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So really just a front panel change? Duh.
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Yup, very much a SG07 / SG08 move. Though it does look sleeker with the new front panel.
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I just got off the phone with Silverstone's California HQ so for us SG09 owners who were curious as to whether the SG10 front panel will fit on the 09, the answer is neagtive. The mounting points have been changed. mad.gif

For me I guess it remains that the SG09 has a "face that only a mother could love." rolleyes.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Inacoma79 View Post

I just got off the phone with Silverstone's California HQ so for us SG09 owners who were curious as to whether the SG10 front panel will fit on the 09, the answer is neagtive. The mounting points have been changed. mad.gif

For me I guess it remains that the SG09 has a "face that only a mother could love." rolleyes.gif

pff. guess they never heard of a drill and a dremel smile.gif

THIS IS OCN biggrin.gif
post #85 of 1569
Got 7970 Lightning yesterday and it fits into case perfectly fine. Now that we know Lightning and DC2 fit into this masterpiece....it should fit any air-cooled card on the market no problem biggrin.gif

Temps are also amazing. I hesitated from running my card at above 1.2V but holy crap color me impressed. GPU 67C max and VRM 58C max while running benchmarks even when I pushed card to its limit at 1215/1700 @ 1.3V(yes the chip sucks as far as OC goes mad.gif).

I think 3 side fans took a huge part in lowering VRM temp. Never expected to see this good temp with 1.3V.
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post #86 of 1569
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Originally Posted by hermit1007 View Post

So really just a front panel change? Duh.

The SG10 will also be the first SilverStone case to receive an updated AP181 fan. If you look closely at the specification of SG10, you will see the AP181 can now be manually adjusted in three speeds.

SG09 AP181 fan speeds:
L = 700rpm
H = 1200rpm

SG10 AP181 fan speeds:
L = 600rpm
M = 900rpm
H = 1200rpm
post #87 of 1569
good to see the fan improvement, still no front fan grill though frown.gif
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Originally Posted by SilverStone View Post

The SG10 will also be the first SilverStone case to receive an updated AP181 fan. If you look closely at the specification of SG10, you will see the AP181 can now be manually adjusted in three speeds.

SG09 AP181 fan speeds:
L = 700rpm
H = 1200rpm

SG10 AP181 fan speeds:
L = 600rpm
M = 900rpm
H = 1200rpm

sweet biggrin.gif i'll have to adjust my AP181 to see how 600rpm sounds like. any ideas when the NEW AP181's will be available on newegg? or will they simply carry the AP182's?
post #89 of 1569
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Great to know we've got the vendor rep in on this, maybe some of our suggestions would filter through to the company.

Btw, love the case, totally, but surprised that configuring the bottom fans as intakes and the top ones as exhausts = better performance than the way Silverstone set-it up with the top as intake.

I'm actually one of the few who actually likes the SG09 front face, (maybe cause it's in a shelf under my desk and I don't get to see it often smile.gif )

So much win in the case, I can't name them all (dust filters, etc etc etc.)
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post #90 of 1569
It was the SG09 or an SFF Lian Li, but I wished I had waited longer/read around more. I would have def held out for the 10. rolleyes.gif

That being said, why is the power LED so intense? Unless I shutdown / hide the case or throw a towel over it (I do this), that flashing LED is like having your bedroom window next to a traffic light at night. wackosmiley.gif I wonder if there's mod for that? Like a resistor or something you plug between the header pins and the LED power connectors.

Granted this is a the same gripe I have with my 300R, so not a direct knock. But this case for it's size does have one of the brightest LED lights I've seen. tongue.gif
 
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