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Stationary computer in a mini-atx case for games and engineering work (mainly SolidWorks)


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Hey,

 

I dug a bit in Google and YouTube, after a few videos I decided to go for this stap:

 

* Edit: The video card listed below already exists (from a disassembled computer) so I need to adjust the components (I guess mostly a chassis) accordingly.

 

Case: https://www.plonter.co.il/detail.tmpl?sku=SST-SG13

 

Processor: 5 3600, 3.6 GHz

 

Memories: https://www.pccenter.co.il/product/%D7%96%D7%9B%D7%A8%D7%95%D7%9F-%D7%9C%D7%A0%D7%99%D7%99%D7%97-corsair-vengeance-lpx-32gb-16x2-ddr4-3600mhz?aff=Zap&aff_a=1

 

Motherboard: https://www.yahavpc.co.il/product/3320/%D7%9C%D7%95%D7%97-%D7%90%D7%9D-%D7%97%D7%91%D7%A8%D7%AA-asus-%D7%93%D7%92%D7%9D-mini-itx-rog-strix-b450-i-gaming-am4-ddr4-hdmi

 

Graphics Card: https://www.gigabyte.com/il/Graphics-Card/GV-N206SWF2OC-8GD-rev-10-11#kf

 

I have a few questions:

 

1. Is it possible to find a more compact case (and also cheaper would be nice but less critical) without affecting performance and without it being too difficult to put all the components into it?

2. I would love recommendations to provide appropriate power, quiet less important most important reliability

3. / Processor - Is this combination good? Is there a combination in the same price range that will give better performance?
4. Water - last time I installed a system Water was almost a decade ago ... I understand that such sizes of enclosures need with a single fan, is there a difference between the different systems (mainly in terms of connection to the motherboard / processor, less in terms of performance) and should the size fit the motherboard / processor? If so I would love a recommendation for the system Simple and efficient water that will fit in a case / processor / motherboard.

 

In terms of hard disk and operating system already have (Windows 10 and NVME disk or 2.5 inches I have not decided yet, depending on the case in the end).

 

Thanks.

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Hey

 

I'm just a comment 

SolidWorks is a video card Quadro. point.

Decide what you prefer - Lame SolidWorks with 2060

Or lame games with Quadro.....

SolidWorks works great for me with 2060, there is also a Quadro (p1000), the 2060 leaves it with dust ...

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Walla?

Good luck with that .... and in general.  : xyxthumbs:

By and large the Quadro is supposed to be stronger in very large assemblies (a few thousand parts plus), but also the 2060 does a good job and most of the time I have no more than a few hundred parts so it runs beautifully, and in terms of processing power you get the same processing power for less money.

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By and large the Quadro is supposed to be stronger in very large assemblies (a few thousand parts plus), but also the 2060 does a good job and most of the time I have no more than a few hundred parts so it runs beautifully, and in terms of processing power you get the same processing power for less money.

 

He is not supposed to, he is stronger.

But true, with a low number of polygons and some other concessions in the software itself,

You can live with GF.

 

All is well !

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Is it possible to find a more compact case (and also cheaper would be nice but less critical) without affecting performance and without it being too difficult to put all the components into it?

By manufacturer Water in this case comes at the expense of the length of the video card, or in other words The water and video card you have chosen are not going to sit together in this case. Plotter has shorter cards with similar performance:

https://www.plonter.co.il/detail.tmpl?sku=ZT-T20610E-10M

 

From personal experience I do not like itx cases in this style and there are many good designs today the problem is availability and price, if I have time I will try to look a little at what is in stores today. I also do not recommend buying any part from anywhere else, then if there is a problem everyone else will throw the responsibility on each other.

 

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By manufacturer Cooling Water in this case comes at the expense of the length of the video card, or in other words Cooling The water and video card you have chosen are not going to sit together in this case. Plotter has shorter tickets for my husband Performence Similar:

https://www.plonter.co.il/detail.tmpl?sku=ZT-T20610E-10M

 

From personal experience I do not like itx cases in this style and there are many good designs today the problem is availability and price, if I have time I will try to look a little at what is in stores today. I also do not recommend buying any part from anywhere else, then if there is a problem everyone else will throw the responsibility on each other.

 

The card already exists, so it seems we will have to replace the case ...
I would be happy if you could direct me to the most compact case that would fit.

 

Thanks.

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I did not understand what the point of a crowded case .... His Excellency .... As for the memories if you insist on the 3600 expensive there is cheaper in KSP

Crowded office, closets and drawers on the floor, also need space for legs somewhere

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I did not find this size unless ordering something special from abroad (expensive)

 

Cheap has the QBX

https://www.tms.co.il/qbx

Higher quality has the Lian Li TU150

https://www.tms.co.il/PC-TU150

and- Era at a pretty ridiculous price but looks good (there are more colors) and supports a 240 radiator

https://www.tms.co.il/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=103637

 

In addition you can also find the H200i, Fractal Design Nano S and Phanteks Evolv itx but they are itx cases on paper mostly, in practice they are quite large

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