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 Post subject: Stealth American --World's Smallest Watercooled Full PC
PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:04 am 
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The Stealth American is the world's smallest full featured computer while maintaining a full liquid cooling system.

Case -> Silverstone Sugo 05 (Smallest full GPU case on the market)

Challenge -> The purpose of this case mod was the create a PC that had the entire functions of a full tower case. This required both 2.5 and 3.5 hard drives, a full sized GPU with a PSU to power it, adequate cooling for the CPU and GPU, while still maintaining sufficent airflow for the radiators. All the above was to be fitted into the smallest commercially available case with 2 PCI slots. (as of newegg june 2011). At 658.3 cubic inches or .38cubic feet, it is smaller than most stereo speakers, and is about the size of a gallon of milk or a 12-pack soda (or beer, whatever floats your boat).


Parts list is as follows
ASRock Itx Motherboard HT
Intel 2500K
Full GPU (undecided, working with a 560ti)
2x 3.5 hard drives.
up to 4x SSDs
Full ATX Silverstone 600W PSU
HWLabs 120 GTStealth
Swiftech Apogee XT waterblock
Swiftech 355 pump
Swiftech 355x top
Swiftech Microres
either 1x Feser triebwerk or 2x any other 120mm fans in push pull.
intergated 5.25 fan controller
Bitspower of course
I hope I got everything
All while leaving space for a slim dvd/blu drive and a Silverstone OEM card reader.


Full featured means
pump->block->rad->res
Push pull for rad
2SSDs in RAID
at least 1 3.5 for storage.
Disk drive and card reader
Full sized GPU
Worklog Contents (preplanned will add extra things if needed)
Parts parts and more parts. >unpacking
Layout is fun and boring >Various layouts
Kiss my feet >case feet
Fix my face >front panel work
SSD super small drives >SSD placement
This is too cool >radiator testing
To the left! >radiator placement
Can you say 6TB? >hard drive placement
Veni vidi vivox (I came I saw I powered) >powersupply modding and placement
In with the old >controller rewireing with pata cables
Pinnacle, peak, summit, apex, zenith, Apogee! >block instalation
Off with its....wing >space for larger GPU
Pump this up >pump placement and instalation
It doesent hold water! >res installation and problems ;( -no not leaks...of course not
Bling Bling >paint and gloss
finaltouches >cables lights and whatever
the paparazzi flashes > photo time
Only half way done but this is the roadmap.

I could use a better name so suggestions are welcome.

Comparison to 'Mini-me'
To clarify because some people are wondering
and as I said, this is a full computer, in the smallest space possible.
And for the record I think that oliverw92's work is incredible, and I wouldnt have even thought of this if I didnt see Mini-me. I went as far as to copy the entire photos directory after the links broke on his forum posts.

Stealth A. Mini Me
Full size GPU (580) half sized
Full WC loop (pump,res,block,rad) closed block/pump loop
Push pull 2fans 1 fan-external one on magazine.
600W ATX 250W SFX
4 or 2x2.5ssd and 2x3.5hdd 2x2.5 ssd
Card reader metal feet

Link to Mini Me And for those who want to see I've included a zipped version of the pics @ socal-mods.com/modimg/minime.zip


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 Post subject: Re: Stealth American --World's Smallest Watercooled Full PC
PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:20 am 
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* This Worklog post was generated using WorklogCreator - Version: 1.0.1.7


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 Post subject: Re: Stealth American --World's Smallest Watercooled Full PC
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:53 am 
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Looking good! Waiting to see how this goes but looks great so far! :D


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