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Recently added several Gelid wings =), oh and an led that is only visible through the psu meshing, which actually creates a really subtle glow on the desk.

Really happy with how it all turned out biggrin.gif



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Should be easy fit since it works with gigantic NH-D14 already

thanks very much!!

i am definitely purchasing the sg09 smile.gif
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dang - I'm running out of time. I'd get an SG09 but I already have an extra V354 that is sitting around that I kind of bought on a whim. I figure no need to spend more on another case at the moment unless the SG10 hits retail in time.

If not at retail by next week I'm afraid I won't have the time. frown.gif c'est la vie
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Ok, so im kind of a noob at overclocking, but i gave it a shot anyway. I have a 3770k @ 4.7ghz and 1.17v with llc set to high (50%). Im maxing out at 80°c on the hottest core using a corsair h60 cooler. Gonna try to set the vcore to 1.16 and see if its stable. I have not changed any other setting, except for the one that allows your cpu to draw more wattage than its listed tdp. so my question is; are those temps acceptable in a sff chassis as the sg09(which im using)?

Edit: 1.16v works fine, also the temps with 1.17v were 85 degrees not 80, but with 1.16v its hovering at around 78-80 degrees. Still in the process of testing though, it has been running for about 8 hours on small fft in prime95.
Edited by akiles333 - 5/16/13 at 1:29am
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In my V354 I rarely top 70C on a 2500k at similar speeds via a Noctua HSF. I'm not using that proc or this case, so just listing some comparative data. Someone with this case and a similar setup should be able to provide better data.
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In my V354 I rarely top 70C on a 2500k at similar speeds via a Noctua HSF. I'm not using that proc or this case, so just listing some comparative data. Someone with this case and a similar setup should be able to provide better data.
I've done some research, and i highly doubt that you could even replicate my results with a h60. People in general, even with high(er) end coolers, hit 80 + degrees at 1.3 +++ vcore. keep in mind that those temps are with "normal" chassis, and probably has way better airflow than the sg09. i've added a stock silverstone fan, so my h60 is in push-pull now, and now i'm hitting 75 degrees at max.
Proof (the guy used a h100): http://rog.asus.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/13-OVERCLOCKED-LOAD-4.7@-1.27v-W.ULTRA-LLC.png
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post #247 of 1566
I agree, if I put my components in that case, or even more so, have your components in that case, I wouldn't expect to perform the same as my current build. I was simply giving comparative data as I hadn't seen any reply from those that might more closely match your setup.

BTW - I usually end up spending more than $100 on better fans for every build I do. Ridiculous, and I hate pulling that trigger, but I always do it. :|
post #248 of 1566
Got AP182 in my rig today. Might as well call this an air conditioner on max RPM...really impressed with the amount of air it can push

Seems fairly silent(not dead silent) on low RPM. So far so good.
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a little birdy told me that these might be shipping by Monday. Keep yer eyes peeled!
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Hello, first post here on the forums, so bear with me wink.gif

Here you can see the cable management, which was a bit of a pain, took me a few hours to get it neatly organized. I also had to resort to using rubberbands instead of zipties as I'm simply too lazy to look for them tongue.gif

Here's how I routed the 8-pin and 3-pin.

Here's where the fun begins, an OC'd HD 7950 and a Core i3 2100. Hmm, just realized that the i3 really doesn't sound as beastly as i originally intended, oh well biggrin.gif

Back view w/o the panel

Front view w/o the panel

Another pic of the cable management

Front view, fully assembled

And the back of it


So there you go, my little, tiny, cute gaming system, feedback is appreciated biggrin.gif
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