Quote:Originally Posted by Nuzart I've ordered so far:
Mass amount of MDPC cable sleeve.
I think you mean ST45SSF-G PSU times 2.
Also, that 670 makes m-itx mobo's seem tiny in comparison to 6950/70's....
If your going for push pull, one fan is going to have to be outside of the front of the case.
I recommend you go back through this thread and search for all the posts with SUGO, there are some good builds.
In my sg-05 I have a coolit eco...
Quote:Originally Posted by WiSK That's surprisingly good considering how cramped it is in there. Although, I suppose the fan has less volume of air to move.
Fan moves alot of air at all RPM.
GPU exhausts out rear and top. PSU...
Quote:Originally Posted by WiSK How are your HDD temps?
Playing BF3 right now... SSD - 39, HDD under ssd is reading 40, HDD under psu is reading 38.
Should mention theyre no different to before any changes.
Here's my Sugo SG05 with what I think is the least amount of room left in any of this type of case in the world!
It has had quite a few modifications to it over the past few months. Will end up painting clean once I finish cramming...
Just finished another mod to my Sugo SG05.
Custom HDD caddy allows me to hang another 3.5" + 2 x 2.5" hdd's from under the PSU.
Case now contains
AMD Sapphire 6950/70
Silverstone ST45SF 450W PSU
Quote:Originally Posted by Derek1387 I would move the fan and rad inside. Push/pull makes little difference on that setup
I had the same setup on my Sg05. Looks better flush
There is already a fan inside with the rad. If you move...
Quote:Originally Posted by Ixtli OP, a warning if you're going for the 450W PSU edition: the included PSU makes a squealing noise when the total system load exceeds ~300W.
There's an entire thread about it in the hardforum SFF...