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post #41 of 81
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Originally Posted by armourcore9brker;15428103 
Sorry, I should've stated those were the numbers for an entire system. And an ATX system at that. I look at this sometimes for a rough idea on power. They give values for the entire system. redface.gif

Looks like a decent resource. I get my numbers for card-only power draw from here, which in turn is based on measurements from a multitude of data points (reviews mostly).
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Originally Posted by subtec;15426583 
Or, you know, the EVGA 570. Which you'd know if you'd have bothered reading the thread before replying.

I did read all the thread, stop being and condescending *******. A gtx 570 touches both sides of the case which builds up a huge amount of heat

I returned my gtx 570 because of that exact problem
post #43 of 81
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;15432918 
I did read all the thread, stop being and condescending *******. A gtx 570 touches both sides of the case which builds up a huge amount of heat

I returned my gtx 570 because of that exact problem

You had one of the 9" EVGA GTX 570s? This one? I can see how heat might be a problem with the exhaust at both ends, but it did physically fit without modding, didn't it?

There are a few other 9" GTX 570s - another EVGA, a Zotac, and a Galaxy. Though none are a true full rear exhaust, the Galaxy seems to have the largest rear opening and a more forward fan which should cut down on the amount of in-case heat dump. Maybe.
post #44 of 81
Zotac and Galaxy are a no go. The fact that the plugs are on the back of the card causes them to be longer than the EVGA counterpart.

Actually not sure. They are all like that... Does the rear plug affect it at all?

Could try something like this

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Just putting it out there that MSI's TFIII 1GB 570 will also fit at 9.5" with it's 6-pins facing up(which is ideal)

thought it was notable since it's arguably the best 1GB 570 out there in terms of quality, warranty, cooling, cooling, cooling, overclocking, and cooling...

cant wait for 6xx/7k -
double die-shrink will allow me to build a monster BF3 rig in this little case with the money i'm saving up biggrin.gif
post #46 of 81
Hi guys,
Do you think that it is possible to stick a GTX680 in a SG06 with a STF450? I know that i might cut the front panel (card has 10" length) but i am just uncomfortable about the power requirements of card. Min requirement is 550W with 38A on 12V. Though 550 might not be a problem, the max current STF450 can supply is 36A and that bothers me a little bit!

http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?pn=02G-P4-2682-KR
http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=253&area=en
post #47 of 81
I believe it is possible, but I wouldn't OC at all and definitely not do anything like fold or 48-hour binges of Furmark. As far as I can tell, all 680s use two 6-pin connectors which the PSU has. You also have to make sure that the 680 you buy is one of the shorter ones. The stock card is shorter than the 580 was, but I would not be surprised at all if some of the aftermarket coolers extend the length of the card.
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post #48 of 81
the reference should just fit without any modding since it's shorter than the GTX580 which does fit with a little modding.

The PSU should easily handle it, since people were running more power hungry GTX580's on that same PSU. Just don't go around using Furmark and other torture tests that do nothing but degrade your hardware, should be plenty fine for gaming and general use.

More info here:

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post #49 of 81
An overclocked 680 will likely have a TDP akin to something like a stock 560Ti 448.
source here

570's, 480's and 580's have all been done before with little to no consequence, and with a TDP as tame as the 680's,
I don't think you would really have anything to fear with just going all out with intel in an SG05.

Not even physically possible that you will max out Silverstone's specc'd 450W-500W(max load) with any amount of overclocking on a 2600k and a 680 on an ITX board.
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