So what if it is small, this Breadbox can play Crysis

Subject: Systems | January 7, 2016 - 06:09 PM |
Tagged: SFF, gigabyte, GA-Z170N-Gaming 5, i5-6600K, G.Skill Trident Z, GTX 970

The Tech Report has a bit of a soft spot for what they refer to as Breadbox builds, aka SFF systems and recently one of their members built a brand new system.  Hidden in the tiny EVGA Hadron Hydro case is a watercooled i5-6600K, a tiny Gigabyte GTX 970 GV-N970IXOC-4GD, 16GB of DDR4 and two OCZ Vector 180 SSDs all installed on a Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 mini-ITX board.  The installation went well though the EVGA Hadron Hydro has a bit of a personality to it which you can read about in the full article right here.

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"Our Editor-in-Chief has always had a soft spot for Mini-ITX systems with big performance, and Gigabyte, OCZ, EVGA, G.Skill, and Logitech were happy to help him build a Breadbox system with some high-octane parts. Here's how he put it all together."

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January 7, 2016 | 11:30 PM - Posted by Humanitarian

Seems like a pretty slapped together kit (From EVGA, not Jeff)

January 8, 2016 | 08:29 AM - Posted by Bri (not verified)

Interesting case/combo water cooling kit, but the built in 500W PSU is going to severely limit those who want high powered GPUs and overclocking.

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