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that's going to be one heavy little som' beeitch. are you using an optical drive? I can't recall how much room is up in there. I suppose you might be able to mount 3.5" down by the GPU but I don't know that I would personally.

I'm not using an internal optical drive, but it doesn't look like there is enough height in the optical bay to fit a 3.5" HDD since a slim optical is only 9mm thick and a 3.5" HDD is 26mm thick. There's also no airflow in that part of the case, whereas there is a lot of airflow from the side fans under the GPU.

I guess I could put the 2 additional 3.5" HDDs in an external enclosure, but it would be a more elegant solution to have them inside the case.
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it seemed like you could sneak a drive up there, but it has been a long time since I built my SG10 and I honestly haven't looked at that part of the build in a long time. You're right on the airflow part, but do you think there is more airflow to the back of the board? I suppose with that side intake there likely is.

if you can get them to work under the GPU I say go for it. I don't personally need that much space (I keep my pr0n in the cloud...lol), mine is strictly a game box that I can basically kill at the drop of a hat, so I went all SSD. Let us know what you end up doing, and best of luck!
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it seemed like you could sneak a drive up there, but it has been a long time since I built my SG10 and I honestly haven't looked at that part of the build in a long time. You're right on the airflow part, but do you think there is more airflow to the back of the board? I suppose with that side intake there likely is.

if you can get them to work under the GPU I say go for it. I don't personally need that much space (I keep my pr0n in the cloud...lol), mine is strictly a game box that I can basically kill at the drop of a hat, so I went all SSD. Let us know what you end up doing, and best of luck!

I don't actually have a ton of space right now; besides my main system SSD, I only have a 1TB WD black and a 500GB Velociraptor inside the SG09 right now. I'm planning to add 2x2TB HDDs to get another 4TB of space for photos (RAW files take up a lot of room).

I guess I could just remove the existing 1.5TB of HDDs and mount the 2x2TBs on the back, and save some headache of figuring out where to mount the new HDDs. Hopefully, in a few years, 1-2TB SSDs will be cheap and I can just add more storage in SSD form.
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^That is definitely what I'd do. 4 x 3.5" drives in this SFF seems like overkill to me, unless you were purposely using it for bigger storage/backup (all drives being 2TB drives at a minimum).
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Would I be able to fit GTX 750Ti (Height: 5.70 inches / 145 mm) with 92 x 25mm fans on the side panel?
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I just installed a MSI GTX 1080 gaming X into my SG09.

Had to remove the side 120mm fan (the power connectors from the GPU were touching the fan), but still have 2 92mm fans blowing air on the GPU.

Do you think such power cables for the GPU would help keep the 120 mm fan?

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Yeah, I think those connectors would allow keeping the 120mm fan. But it's running so cool as it is, don't need the extra cooling.
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Hey everyone,
since some weeks I am now an owner of a SG10 and I love it. I am coming from an Jonsbo/Cooltek U3 and had a 970 GTX which died shortly after the warranty expired:thumb: . Then I got an R9 390x 3 months old for 190 Euro biggrin.gif and I took it instead of an RX 480 or 1060GTX.
Build:
CPU: i7-4770K cooled by an Dark Rock Pro 3 (120mm and 140 mm Silentwings)
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z97matx D3H
RAM: 16 GB Kingston Hyper X DDR3-1866 (2x8gb)
SSD: Samsung 256GB + Crucial 256GB
Graphiccard: ASUS STRIX R9 390X DCIII 8GB @ standard clocks
PSU: Silverstone SFX-L 500 Watt Gold (120mm)
Fans: (controlled by Gigabyte Software)
1x NF-F12 PWM @ back (outtake) Noctua
1x NF-F12 PWM @ side (intake) Noctua
2x NF-A9x14 PWM @ side (intake) Noctua
1x UCTB8P @ sinde (intake right) TB Silence plus a dust filter fixed with Noctua Vibration-Compensators
1x 180mm Silverstone (top outake)

Some pictures of my Build made with an S6 :












Best wishes to all of you biggrin.gif
Edited by power02 - 10/4/16 at 9:30am
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Hey everyone,
since some weeks I am now an owner of a SG10 and I love it. I am coming from an Jonsbo/Cooltek U3 and had a 970 GTX which died shortly after the warranty expired:thumb: . Then I got an R9 390x 3 months old for 190 Euro biggrin.gif and I took it instead of an RX 480 or 1060GTX.
Build:
CPU: i7-4770K cooled by an Dark Rock Pro 3 (120mm and 140 mm Silentwings)
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z97matx D3H
RAM: 16 GB Kingston Hyper X DDR3-1866 (2x8gb)
SSD: Samsung 256GB + Crucial 256GB
Graphiccard: ASUS STRIX R9 390X DCIII 8GB @ standard clocks
PSU: Silverstone SFX-L 500 Watt Gold (120mm)
Fans: (controlled by Gigabyte Software)
1x NF-F12 PWM @ back (outtake) Noctua
1x NF-F12 PWM @ side (intake) Noctua
2x NF-A9x14 PWM @ side (intake) Noctua
1x UCTB8P @ sinde (intake right) TB Silence plus a dust filter fixed with Noctua Vibration-Compensators
1x 180mm Silverstone (top outake)

Some pictures of my Build made with an S6 : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)









Best wishes to all of you biggrin.gif

Hey!

Did you fit the graphicscard in the first slot?
It looks really tight!

/Jakob
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