[Mini-ITX] A6-3600 (4x2.1Ghz/2.4Ghz) + HD6530D - Printable Version
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[Mini-ITX] A6-3600 (4x2.1Ghz/2.4Ghz) + HD6530D - eskro - 2011-11-19 06:16
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[CPU+iGPU] AMD A6-3600 4x2.1Ghz/2.4Ghz HD6530D FM1 65W ($118 + $5)
[MOBO] ASRock A75M-ITX FM1 CIR USB3.0 SATAIII UEFI mITX ($90 + $0)
[CASE+PSU] Apex MI-008 250W mITX ($50 + $0)
[FAN] SilenX EFX-12-15 120mm 1400RPM 74CFM 15dBA ($12 + $3)
** A6-3600 CPU supports up to DDR3-1866MHz memory sticks **
- bcboncs - 2011-11-19 06:35
Does that mobo's gfx card support other skins and flawless navigation without sketchiness/skipping? I get skipping on my win7 atom/ion htpc
- eskro - 2011-11-19 06:39
you have no idea?
that HTPC will eat win7 + any skins for breakfast!!
your ATOM/iON has a CPU passMARK of around ~700,,,
this A6-3600 CPU has a passMARK of 5247!!!
- bcboncs - 2011-11-19 06:49
eskro Wrote:you have no idea?
That's nearly 9000!!!!
- eskro - 2011-11-19 06:50
thats a ATOM/iON CRUSHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- DejaVu - 2011-11-19 07:00
Sometimes wish places as good as NewEgg or Amazon.com existed over here.
Amazon.co.uk does not quite cut the mustard...!
I want THAT ION Killer for less than $300.
* DejaVu Leaves sulking like a big kid/
- eskro - 2011-11-19 07:06
DejaVu Wrote:Sometimes wish places as good as NewEgg or Amazon.com existed over here.
well you still can crush it!!
Motherboard (£76.61 + Delivered FREE)
Case + Power Supply (£36.94 + Delivered FREE)
Processor + Video (£62.96 + Delivered FREE)
Memory (£21.50 + Delivered FREE)
Windows Drive (£59.98 + Delivered FREE)
TOTAL: £257.99 Delivered!!
- AndyMac - 2011-12-17 05:41
Just discovered this forum today. Been working on a build separately, and glad to see it looks like a lot of what I was thinking works!
But then I saw this build (and the other miniITX builds).
So a couple questions that I just don't see:
I'm considering this build with an OCZ 32Gb SSD, 4Gb (2x2) of RAM, Blu-Ray player, and using it with a remote (since the Mobo supports CIR ... awesome). Planning on loading linux (probably Ubuntu 11.04) with XBMC, streaming from NAS, and watching blu-ray / dvd's on it.
I wonder about heat:
Is this supposed to be just fine with the stock HSF and no other internal fan required?
Also, if someone's made this, how loud /is/ the stock HSF unit? Should it be replaced (and is there room?).
Seems this kind of miniITX build is absolutely perfect for a HTPC build ... I just worry about space in it and heat build-up.
Also, in my experience, linux can be a PITA with some integrated graphics. Anyone built this with linux yet?
Looks like an awesome build. Out the door for around $400 with all the extra features. Just have to find a CIR module, I guess!
- apex82 - 2012-01-11 18:07
Wondering if the stock HSF on amd a8-3850 is loud as well? What would be a good low profile replacement?
- TeKo - 2012-01-11 18:37
Most boxed coolers suck.
I like scythe maybe the Big Shuriken 2.