Cooler Master Elite 110 USB 3.0 Mini-ITX Case @ Ebuyer for £19.98 plus £4.60 postage
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Cooler Master Elite 110 USB 3.0 Mini-ITX Case @ Ebuyer for £19.98 plus £4.60 postage

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Found 5th Jan 2015Made hot 5th Jan 2015
Free postage if spending over £50

- The mini-ITX case with front mesh panel and vents on the top and side panels for better airflow
- One 120mm fan in the front (included) and Two 80mm fan on the side (optional)
- Dual Super Speed USB 3.0
- Supports a 120mm radiator in the front
- Supports standard length ATX PSU up to 180mm
- Supports graphic card length up to 210mm
- Ample storage at up to 3 HDDs / 4 SSDs

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good price. shame its ebuyer or id have snapped it up.

Goldenraven

good price. shame its ebuyer or id have snapped it up.



amazon £24.99
amazon.co.uk/gp/…new

Original Poster

Up to 3 week wait at Amazon and will save £5 here and only pay £19.98 in effect. If you are looking to buy over £50 worth of goods, as delivery will become free. Which doesn't seem hard to do if your looking to build a machine and have other components added to your order

Shame there aren't many (or any) mid to high end GPU's less than 21cm in length :-(

chaywa

Shame there aren't many (or any) mid to high end GPU's less than 21cm in … Shame there aren't many (or any) mid to high end GPU's less than 21cm in length :-(



Gigabyte and Asus have 17cm versions of the GTX 970

Shame there aren't many (or any) mid to high end GPU's less than 21cm in … Shame there aren't many (or any) mid to high end GPU's less than 21cm in length :-(


Try the CoolerMaster 120, similar style but longer, so takes graphic cards to 34cm - currently around £40, sometimes around £25 on HUKD. The CM 120 is popular with case modders so there are plenty of build threads about(_;)

On the CM120, (and I guess on the CM110): there is little room between the bottom of the psu and the cpu, restricting your choice of cpu heatsink/fan to a Prolimatech Samuel and a few others, so an all-in-one water cooler would be a sensible choice.
Edited by: "Hootwo" 5th Jan 2015

Banned

Hootwo

Try the CoolerMaster 120, similar style but longer, so takes graphic … Try the CoolerMaster 120, similar style but longer, so takes graphic cards to 34cm - currently around £40, sometimes around £25 on HUKD. The CM 120 is popular with case modders so there are plenty of build threads about(_;)On the CM120, (and I guess on the CM110): there is little room between the bottom of the psu and the cpu, restricting your choice of cpu heatsink/fan to a Prolimatech Samuel and a few others, so an all-in-one water cooler would be a sensible choice.



Not on the cm120, no watercooling support

Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?
I was thinking of getting maybe a rather cheap G1610T celeron. Anybody is aware of some good mITX motherboard with 1155 socket?

flyeris

Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?I was … Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?I was thinking of getting maybe a rather cheap G1610T celeron. Anybody is aware of some good mITX motherboard with 1155 socket?



AMD's AM1 platform gives you the best bang for buck.

flyeris

Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?I was … Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?I was thinking of getting maybe a rather cheap G1610T celeron. Anybody is aware of some good mITX motherboard with 1155 socket?



AS Rock H97 M-ITX motherboard with a Pentium G3258 would be around £120 but it would be a good combo.

abaxas

AMD's AM1 platform gives you the best bang for buck.


Yeah, an Athlon 5350 is perfect for a HTPC. AM1 ITX motherboards can be had for around £25 too, which is half the price of the cheapest 1150/FM2 ITX boards.

do not go down the itx build I did one with the prodigy and it was a nightmare

Looks like the Anker speaker on Amazon.

flyeris

Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?I was … Can anybody recommend an appropirate Mobo/CPU setup for a HTPC?I was thinking of getting maybe a rather cheap G1610T celeron. Anybody is aware of some good mITX motherboard with 1155 socket?




for htpc, you're as well getting a Linx 7 tablet for £59.99 from ebay. Has everything you need for a very capable htpc. Assuming you have a NAS or at least an external HDD for your wares, that is.

I use one right now, and it's very good. Benchmarks not far off this. Comes with CPU, GPU, RAM, OS & nominal storage.
Edited by: "thekanester" 5th Jan 2015

Aretak

AMD's AM1 platform gives you the best bang for buck.


Yeah, an Athlon 5350 is perfect for a HTPC. AM1 ITX motherboards can be had for around £25 too, which is half the price of the cheapest 1150/FM2 ITX boards.[/quote]

That's quite an interesting CPU.
It seems that I would save on not running a spare GPU (like 6450) as this APU has similar performance to this dedicated card, however, it seems that it is worse at computing in comparison with G1610T, but do have more cores.

Well, I do need a bit more performance, as I want also to run it as a file server (Seafile/owncloud). I currently own a HP Gen8, but I am thinking of custom build so that I have more control of fan speeds etc.

flashjmp

Do not go down the itx build I did one with The Prodigy and it was a … Do not go down the itx build I did one with The Prodigy and it was a nightmare


I wouldn't fancy building a mITX PC off my nut on 'E' with The Prodigy either as you'd probably end up hugging the case packaging all night. Unless you were on Ketamine in which case all bets are off as trying to install the heatsink with Keith Flint screaming in your ear that if you don't get the thermal paste on just right you will be a Fire Starter would do me noggin in.

Banned

flashjmp

do not go down the itx build I did one with the prodigy and it was a … do not go down the itx build I did one with the prodigy and it was a nightmare



I've build about 4 mini itx systems for friends, including that case and I don't see you problem

Banned

smizzlopi

AS Rock H97 M-ITX motherboard with a Pentium G3258 would be around £120 … AS Rock H97 M-ITX motherboard with a Pentium G3258 would be around £120 but it would be a good combo.



That's a bit overkill for a htpc

xela333

That's a bit overkill for a htpc



As Gigabyte proved with their water cooled triple SLI 980s, there's no such thing as overkill. ;-)

Agharta

I wouldn't fancy building a mITX PC off my nut on 'E' with The Prodigy … I wouldn't fancy building a mITX PC off my nut on 'E' with The Prodigy either as you'd probably end up hugging the case packaging all night. Unless you were on Ketamine in which case all bets are off as trying to install the heatsink with Keith Flint screaming in your ear that if you don't get the thermal paste on just right you will be a Fire Starter would do me noggin in.

haha that made me laugh more than it should have 10/10 mate

durzat

haha that made me laugh more than it should have 10/10 mate


Made me laugh toooO


can tell you had a good new years eve


Agharta

I wouldn't fancy building a mITX PC off my nut on 'E' with The Prodigy … I wouldn't fancy building a mITX PC off my nut on 'E' with The Prodigy either as you'd probably end up hugging the case packaging all night. Unless you were on Ketamine in which case all bets are off as trying to install the heatsink with Keith Flint screaming in your ear that if you don't get the thermal paste on just right you will be a Fire Starter would do me noggin in.

smizzlopi

AS Rock H97 M-ITX motherboard with a Pentium G3258 would be around £120 … AS Rock H97 M-ITX motherboard with a Pentium G3258 would be around £120 but it would be a good combo.



I have an ASRock H81M-ITX that's overclocking my G3258 to 4.7Ghz quite happily.

G3258 CPU is great for an HTPC - mine is paired up with an ASRock Z97E-ITX/AC mobo (yes I know a bit overkill, but I needed as many SATA ports as I can get) and the Fractal Design Node 304 case (mainly due to the number of drives it will take). Very happy with it and runs silently. I used to run an HP microserver but wanted more flexibility so built my own.

£19.98 delivered from Amazon due in stock on the 10th - LINK.

Buy it from Amazon because ebuyer are atrocious.

flyeris

Well, I do need a bit more performance, as I want also to run it as a … Well, I do need a bit more performance, as I want also to run it as a file server (Seafile/owncloud). I currently own a HP Gen8, but I am thinking of custom build so that I have more control of fan speeds etc.



I run owncloud on vmware esxi on a 1.3ghz n36l.

I can't see where your problem is other than beleif you need faster.

Got it from amazon for 20quid. this will be my 3rd pc build since october. I think I may have hotukdeal buying issues..

Goldenraven

Got it from amazon for 20quid. this will be my 3rd pc build since … Got it from amazon for 20quid. this will be my 3rd pc build since october. I think I may have hotukdeal buying issues..



living the dream, what are they all for?


got this delivered by ebuyer yesterday after paying £25 for it, gutted!

soRahms

living the dream, what are they all for?got this delivered by ebuyer … living the dream, what are they all for?got this delivered by ebuyer yesterday after paying £25 for it, gutted!


Honestly mate.. No idea, I have 1 setup for gaming, another sat in a box in storage room and another just sat for watching netflix etc.

Will prob build this one for the misses to do some work on her laptop is crap.

What advantage would using an HP Gen8 Microserver have to building an VMware ESXi server (file/storage/HTPC/Test LAB) over building from scratch with this? After upgrading the Gen8 with 16GB and maybe better CPU i'd be looking at £200-300 (- hard drives). With this I could build something more powerful for around the same.

Any advice much appreciated.
Edited by: "Daves_mate" 6th Jan 2015

Just bought from Amazon for £19.98

Hmm i have a 228mm card, people on overclock.net/t/1…620 state they fit a 228mm card... now i just have to decide if i really want this or not lol, will also need a modular PSU.

http://i.imgur.com/C4t4vhQ.png
Free Delivery

Edited by: "Scotta965" 7th Jan 2015

xela333

That's a bit overkill for a htpc


smizzlopi

As Gigabyte proved with their water cooled triple SLI 980s, there's no … As Gigabyte proved with their water cooled triple SLI 980s, there's no such thing as overkill. ;-)



youtube.com/wat…vaI

MadeInBeats

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve47gXwkvaI



Woo! LinusTechTips

Scotta965

Hmm i have a 228mm card, people on … Hmm i have a 228mm card, people on http://www.overclock.net/t/1452338/cooler-master-elite-m-itx-case-owners-club/620 state they fit a 228mm card... now i just have to decide if i really want this or not lol, will also need a modular PSU.Free Delivery



How do you get free delivery? it shows the same for me, however, when I do checkout, it shows prices for shipping options.

This is still available from Amazon as £19.98 on the "from other sellers" on the RHS:

amazon.co.uk/Coo…BU6

Amazon just emailed me.

Previous estimated arrival date: January 20 2015 - January 27 2015
New estimated arrival date: January 12 2015

flyeris

How do you get free delivery? it shows the same for me, however, when I … How do you get free delivery? it shows the same for me, however, when I do checkout, it shows prices for shipping options.



Just from ordering items regularly
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