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Originally Posted by Kvjavs;14532810 
Will be updating the list tonight. Just so ya know.

Can i be added to the club? I posted my rig a few days ago

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Hi guys, what a great thread! I'm just about to buy this board to use in my very first build, with the end goal to create a quiet running gaming htpc. I just have a few concerns that I was hoping someone could answer for me. My proposed build is:

Case: Silverstone GD05B
(I love the look of this case and it is the perfect fit on my tv/av stand)

Case fans (with added fan gaskets): Noctua NF-R8 80mm
(Seems highly recommended)

CPU: I5 2500K
(Seems the best balance of performance and cost plus I fancy trying my hand at overclocking)

Heatsink/fan: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
(Seems highly recommended)

Thermal Paste: Gelid GC-Extreme
(Seems highly recommended)

Mobo: Asus Maximus IV GENE-Z Intel Z68 Motherboard
(I need a micro ATX to fit in the case but wanted a fully featured mobo. I went for Z68 as it offers o/clocking and on board graphics, which I will use initially whilst I save up for the graphics card)

PSU: Corsair CMPSU-650HX
(Seems highly recommended and is more than ample wattage)

GPU: Asus 1GB GeForce GTX 560TI
(Reviews indicate good performance for price and runs quiet and cool)

RAM: G-Skill 8GBXL Ripjaws X DDR3 PC12800 1600MHz 8GB
(Low profile ram should fit easier in to build than ram with high heat dispersers)

SSD: Crucial M4 64gb
(To use as boot drive)

HDD: Samsung SpinPoint F3 1TB
(To store games, music, movies etc)

Optical: Samsung SH-B123L/BSBP Blu-ray Player
(Seems highly recommended by Razor and others)

My questions/worries: Will that heatsink and cpu cooler fit in this case with one HDD and one SSD? If not what would you recommend for a similar price? Is it worth changing the stock fans on a heatsink/cooler? Do most heatsinks come with the required mounting bracket or is that a separate purchase?

Am I better using 80mm or 120mm fans for the case? I was going to replace all the fans for the sake of quietness as I've heard stock fans are a bit pants.

Is there anything that I'm missing on this list? I know I sound like a noob (because I am!) but I don't want to kick myself for forgetting something stupid or buying something completely unsuitable for the build.

Many thanks in advance.
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Hello - just joined here so i can post the latest beta bios 0604 download for the gene-z:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GOEVVILZ

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(Waiting for SST-TJ08B-E to be available here in germany)
post #1694 of 7108
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Originally Posted by hellopi;14535082 
Case: Silverstone GD05B
(I love the look of this case and it is the perfect fit on my tv/av stand)

Case fans (with added fan gaskets): Noctua NF-R8 80mm
(Seems highly recommended)

The first thing I glanced at, and confirmed with a quick googling, is that the GD05B has room for two 120mm fans, while those you have chosen are 80mm. For a Noctua 120mm case fan, the NF-S12B FLX seems to be the way to go. It's a low noise, high-airflow case fan (unlike the NF-P12, which is designed for CPU cooling). The beauty of 120mm fans is that they move more air per dB.

To add to this: If you are looking for a truly silent rig, I suggest the Corsair AX series PSU's over the HX series. The AX's fan's don't even spin when the PSU is at 20% or less of its capacity, so its silent when idle! Also, the MSI Twin Frozr video cards are quieter than the ASUS...at least they are once you adjust the fan speed in MSI Afterburner. They idle VERY quiet once you turn the fan idle speed down.

Overall, it certainly looks like you've done your homework on this system. I think you've selected very good quality parts while also looking out for silent products. I'm sure you'll have a blast putting this together!
Edited by RussellG - 8/10/11 at 2:58pm
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Originally Posted by hellopi;14535082 
Hi guys, what a great thread! I'm just about to buy this board to use in my very first build, with the end goal to create a quiet running gaming htpc. I just have a few concerns that I was hoping someone could answer for me. My proposed build is:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Case: Silverstone GD05B
(I love the look of this case and it is the perfect fit on my tv/av stand)

Case fans (with added fan gaskets): Noctua NF-R8 80mm
(Seems highly recommended)

CPU: I5 2500K
(Seems the best balance of performance and cost plus I fancy trying my hand at overclocking)

Heatsink/fan: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
(Seems highly recommended)

Thermal Paste: Gelid GC-Extreme
(Seems highly recommended)

Mobo: Asus Maximus IV GENE-Z Intel Z68 Motherboard
(I need a micro ATX to fit in the case but wanted a fully featured mobo. I went for Z68 as it offers o/clocking and on board graphics, which I will use initially whilst I save up for the graphics card)

PSU: Corsair CMPSU-650HX
(Seems highly recommended and is more than ample wattage)

GPU: Asus 1GB GeForce GTX 560TI
(Reviews indicate good performance for price and runs quiet and cool)

RAM: G-Skill 8GBXL Ripjaws X DDR3 PC12800 1600MHz 8GB
(Low profile ram should fit easier in to build than ram with high heat dispersers)

SSD: Crucial M4 64gb
(To use as boot drive)

HDD: Samsung SpinPoint F3 1TB
(To store games, music, movies etc)

Optical: Samsung SH-B123L/BSBP Blu-ray Player
(Seems highly recommended by Razor and others)

My questions/worries: Will that heatsink and cpu cooler fit in this case with one HDD and one SSD? If not what would you recommend for a similar price? Is it worth changing the stock fans on a heatsink/cooler? Do most heatsinks come with the required mounting bracket or is that a separate purchase?

Am I better using 80mm or 120mm fans for the case? I was going to replace all the fans for the sake of quietness as I've heard stock fans are a bit pants.


Is there anything that I'm missing on this list? I know I sound like a noob (because I am!) but I don't want to kick myself for forgetting something stupid or buying something completely unsuitable for the build.

Many thanks in advance.

Let's just spoiler tag that for the sake of keeping it tidy.
Okay, lets go through these..

Case, excellent choice, I've always wanted to do a build in this case but haven't quite got around to doing it biggrin.gif

Case fans, I don't know why you would want to install more fans, there already is 3x120mm fans on this case headscratch.gif
First get your comp built up, if the fans are too loud for your taste, then replace them, I HIGHLY recommend Gentle Typhoon 1150rpm or 1450rpm if you can control the speed, which you can with this mobo.

CPU, best choice if you don't do massive amounts of photoshop/video editing/equilevant

Noctua NH-U9B is too tall. It is 125mm. Your GD05 limits your cpu cooler size to 70mm WITH optical drive and 120mm WITHOUT optical drive.
Since you will be using an optical drive then I would recommend you getting Scythe Big Shuriken or Shuriken RevB. I think the revB is newer so that would be good choice. OR, you could go with a AIO watercooling solution, since your case has 120mm fan slots right next to your cpu slot.
Not quite sure about the clearance with the bluray drive you're getting. It might fit or it might not.


Thermal paste, I don't have personal experience with this particular paste but everyone has his/her favourite, I like MX-4 from Arctic and NT-H1 from Noctua, some prefer some other paste. Look at the thermal paste reviews to make sure you don't pick up some lousy paste, after that, you can't go wrong with the paste, the difference between the top5 or top10 pastes out there is only "few" degrees celcius so ..

Mobo, Sir, excellent choice clapclapclap

Another excellent choice, HX650 one of the best psu's out there in it's price range and power range.

GPU, if you mean the DirectCuII model then here is another excellent choice.

Good choice on ram, G.skill is good manufacturer.

If your budget allows, I would get bigger SSD, my Win7 installation already takes up 46Gb of space, and that is just 3 days old installation without "many" programs installed, later on it will get a little bit bigger.

HDD, good choice sir, I have one of those F3 drives currently in my computer. DEAD SILENT. Although monday versions can still happen on to you.

Optical, good choice, I have B083L or something like that bluray drive from Samsung, not a single problem with the actual drive itself. I had problems with the media player which came with the drive on a cd/dvd/whatever, so you may want to use some alternative software for bluray movies, I recommend PowerDVD.

Other than those I had special comments, you're good to go thumb.gif

E: OKAY, now that I checked the cpu cooler clearance, your best choice is those scythe coolers I mentioned.
After looking at this picture, I withdraw my recommendation for AIO watercooling solution since it will not fit.
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Credits for picture to SPCR
E2: Now that I stared at the picture for couple more minutes, AIO watercooling solution would actually fit biggrin.gif
It would be a quite tight squeeze though.
You would need to put that 120mm fan OUTSIDE of that case so the radiator would be inside the case but the fan not. It would need to be a slim radiator too so Corsair H70/80 and Antec Kuhler 920 out of the question. Corsair H50/60 or Antec Kuhler 620 might fit there.
Antec 620 and H60 are 27mm thick so they FIT, H50 can't be thicker than those so that would fit wonderfully too.
BEST performance for your case and cpu combination would be one of those AIO watercooling solution. That is my final recommendation for cpu cooling.
Edited by lagittaja - 8/10/11 at 3:03pm
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Originally Posted by IronAge;14535098 
(Waiting for SST-TJ08B-E to be available here in germany)

Hmm, maybe you got the wrong model name?

SST-TJ08B already available...

The SST-TJ08-E will be available at Caseking in October!!

Omg! Don't wait that long time and get another case with similar design instead!!
- Fractal Design Define Mini (Das ist meines! Sehr zu empfehlen!)
- Fractal Design Arc Mini
- Lian Li PC-A04
- Lian Li PC-V354
- Lian Li PC-A05FN (Ok, auch noch zu neu und noch nicht lieferbar anscheinend)
- InWin Dragon Slayer
- Lian Li PC-V600FB (Oha, recht teuer)

Uups, sorry for mixing up german and english... but IronAge is also a Krauteater like me. rolleyes.gif
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@Woschdsubbn
Keep it english please biggrin.gif
Why get a A05FN since it is not that special. All the good features of A05NB were removed.
But, of those cases, I would get the A04, it's the prettiest wubsmiley.gif
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The first thing I glanced at, and confirmed with a quick googling, is that the GD05B has room for two 120mm fans, while those you have chosen are 80mm. For a Noctua 120mm case fan, the NF-S12B FLX seems to be the way to go. It's a low noise, high-airflow case fan (unlike the NF-P12, which is designed for CPU cooling). The beauty of 120mm fans is that they move more air per dB.

To add to this: If you are looking for a truly silent rig, I suggest the Corsair AX series PSU's over the HX series. The AX's fan's don't even spin when the PSU is at 20% or less of its capacity, so its silent when idle! Also, the MSI Twin Frozr video cards are quieter than the ASUS...at least they are once you adjust the fan speed in MSI Afterburner. They idle VERY quiet once you turn the fan idle speed down.

Overall, it certainly looks like you've done your homework on this system. I think you've selected very good quality parts while also looking out for silent products. I'm sure you'll have a blast putting this together!

All of this. I have an AX750 in my build. Before I installed the graphics card, I overclocked to 5.0Ghz on my 2600k. Even during stress testing (even if it was just the cpu) that fan didn't kick in once.
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@Woschdsubbn yeah - you are right - in fact i want TJ08-E. redface.gif

Just ordered another one from Amazon.de - they got ONE in stock.

Already ordered one from a marketplace seller a few days back - supposed to be on stock - but wasn't.rolleyes.gif

I got already got a A04 - A04 is kinda limited when it comes to tower coolers.

TJ08-E ist smaller and got some neat stuff - like internal connector for front USB 3.0 etc.

But most important is i can use the Thermalright Venomous-X with it.

Invasion of the Krautheads. wink.gif

I would love to have a Windy Case too but IMHO no chance getting one in Europe for a reasonable price.
Edited by IronAge - 8/10/11 at 3:22pm
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@Woschdsubbn what wrong with the Fractal Design Define Mini??? seems like a nice micro atx case, should do fine until you can get a TJ08-E.
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