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i wonder, will they make an ITX casing with the same design ...

SG09/10 supports mITX mobo and I don't think we can expect a physically smaller case with same expandability and performance
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i wonder, will they make an ITX casing with the same design ...

Well, they CAN make a smaller version of the sg09 for only m-itx mobos, something similar to This, but I don't think they would though, it's kind of redundant really.
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Hermit1007, now that's beastly!!!

3 fans on a NH-D14, in this tiny case, with the exhaust fan in place too.

What's the difference temp wise?

Looking good, keep up the great work.
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Thanks for the Feedback. smile.gif

- So i pick up the 500W Strider Plus Series?
.. I also kinda wanna stick with a Silverstone PSU, because of the PP05 and the front of the case. tongue.gif

- Thanks! WD10EZEX looks really good!

- I picked 16 GB RAM simply because upgrading it later will be much easier this way, silly? biggrin.gif

- Sadly it's more expensive. What is the advantage of the Plexter? Is the Samsung Pro Series worth the money?

Well well I would rather go for 8GB personally esp. when you see that RAM prices aren't low these days. smile.gif

The Plextor is *slightly* better but no big deal. The Samsung Pro is quite a bit faster than the non-Pro but you can't really tell the difference since SSDs are so fast already.

Also, I didn't mention but I would go with an i5 since i7's are just i5 with Hyperthreading and that makes no difference in games.

Do you have the Silverstone 550W (ST55F-G) available? that one's also Gold certified from Silverstone.
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Hermit1007, now that's beastly!!!

3 fans on a NH-D14, in this tiny case, with the exhaust fan in place too.

What's the difference temp wise?

Looking good, keep up the great work.

Thanks! My 3930k @ 4.5 used to hit 89C max during benchmark but after swapping to GPU with blower fan and adding third fan the hottest core stays below 80C no matter what. Very satisfied with result so far. I'm not entirely sure how much the third fan helps though, I just happened to have one extra NF-F12 due to 680 Classified being too huge.
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post #346 of 1569
This case is a win. Most itx cases, even the new ones,are bigger.
post #347 of 1569
Hermit, you da man. and I thought I spent a lot on Noctua fans per case. I need to show these pix to my wife! biggrin.gif

Agreed on 8GB being enough, unless you are running VM's. Personally I've never had noise or heat issues with Velociraptors (I have two in my SG03), but I haven't used that specific WD so couldn't compare.

I like the mock-up ITX Iceandele. Have you looked into getting the parts fabbed?

I still need to get routing pix for you seesee; this being a work machine most of the time I don't always get the opportunity to crack the case open to take nudie pix. I'm not sure with the issues you had encountered with this build that you'd want a smaller one though. tongue.gif

bloodyloot - I could see going with a haswell only to "future proof" with the mobo, but if you don't have any plans to upgrade the specific machine in the next year or two I personally wouldn't bother. Again, read up on Haswells if you haven't. They are good for mobile platforms but you may get one from a batch and not be able to clock past 4.4ghz.
Edited by yahu - 6/9/13 at 11:20am
post #348 of 1569
Finally throwing up some photos of the inside of my build. I spent an hour with some zipties trying to organize my cables as best I could. It's kind of hard, I had custom tailored my AX850 to my 600T for the length of the modular cables. So I had a large amount of cables to try and stuff in there.








As someone who's never worked with a mATX case before, it was a bit of a pain from what I'm normally use to. But having a small case that fits on my desk is much better than the huge hulking case besides it smile.gif
post #349 of 1569
Hi, is anybody currently using 2 graphic cards in sli or crossfire config in either a sg09 or sg10 if so what temps are you getting and what cards are being used? What fan config is being used
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Hi, is anybody currently using 2 graphic cards in sli or crossfire config in either a sg09 or sg10 if so what temps are you getting and what cards are being used? What fan config is being used
I have dual 780's in my sg09, and my top card is maxing out at 85 degrees when gaming and 95 in furmark(this is the point where it starts throttling). I use 3x fractal design silent r2 92mm fans on the sidepanel, but i just ordered 3x noctua nf-b9 92mm fans and hoping to see some improvement in terms of temps.
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