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post #31 of 53
I love the sg05 but with that said, I decided to go with the sg07. Its just a tad larger.



600W Plus Bronze PSW, In other words you dont need to worry about the power
It can fit a full size Video card - One of the major reasons I chose the sg07 over the sg05
Higher end - You can just tell when you see it
Dust filters n all that jazz,
Enough room for an AIO water cooling without any mods + room for the disk drive.

I'm in the process of building mine.

Mobo: asrock z77 itx
Cpu : i5 3570k - or the i7 3770k --
vid card: 7870 Myst
Ram: Whatever
Slim disk drive + cp10 cable
H60 water cooling
post #32 of 53
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Originally Posted by wha_gwan View Post

I love the sg05 but with that said, I decided to go with the sg07. Its just a tad larger.



600W Plus Bronze PSW, In other words you dont need to worry about the power
It can fit a full size Video card - One of the major reasons I chose the sg07 over the sg05
Higher end - You can just tell when you see it
Dust filters n all that jazz,
Enough room for an AIO water cooling without any mods + room for the disk drive.

I'm in the process of building mine.

Mobo: asrock z77 itx
Cpu : i5 3570k - or the i7 3770k --
vid card: 7870 Myst
Ram: Whatever
Slim disk drive + cp10 cable
H60 water cooling

It's a shame we won't be seeing an SG05 build :<<br /> But good luck, and maybe consider throwing in an mSata ssd under the Z77E-ITX? I want to pictures of it actually installed not an empty port that says you "can" put an ssd here.
post #33 of 53
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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

I use Aramex's Shop&Ship too. Would recommend it thumb.gif

edit: Here's their site: http://www.shopandship.com/default.aspx

Hi there,

where are you located Black?

The only disadvantage that I see is shipping weight. I think they charge per half kg (.500kg <---is this right? hehe ). for the first half a different amount and rest of the half another amount.
post #34 of 53
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Originally Posted by keem View Post

Hi there,

where are you located Black?

The only disadvantage that I see is shipping weight. I think they charge per half kg (.500kg <---is this right? hehe ). for the first half a different amount and rest of the half another amount.
I'm located in Saudi Arabia.
Indeed they charge more for the first half because it acts as a shipping fee, and then they charge less per half (just calculate it by pounds)
For me the First pound is 68SAR, and every pound after that is an additional 37SAR.
post #35 of 53
Sounds just like what dhl had going,so what are the other charges like insurance and what not,because these things tend to pile up. Also,do they wait for the entire order to arrive before sending the whole bunch down or forward as each item arrives to their us address?
post #36 of 53
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Originally Posted by Allanitomwesh View Post

Sounds just like what dhl had going,so what are the other charges like insurance and what not,because these things tend to pile up. Also,do they wait for the entire order to arrive before sending the whole bunch down or forward as each item arrives to their us address?

Well I'm not really sure about insurance :/
But for the shipping they send the item once it arrives without waiting, but maybe you could contact them if you wish otherwise.
I didn't have to contact them because I had my brother -who was temporarily in the US- get all the stuff and then ship them all together to Aramex's address.
post #37 of 53
Thanks,I'll try and confirm the details,though a PC can get very heavy fast,and I'm not sure it'll be convenient or a saving.
post #38 of 53
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Originally Posted by Allanitomwesh View Post

Thanks,I'll try and confirm the details,though a PC can get very heavy fast,and I'm not sure it'll be convenient or a saving.

Yeah, I personally only bought small parts (CPU/GPU/SSD/SFX PSU) a few every once in a time. So I never really had trouble, because I would make enough money to buy and ship other things by the time I want to.
But I can see the problem of buying all the parts at once :/ (for me an average system would be 35 pounds, calculating the rates it's 1215.00 SAR >.>) -anyone who might be wondering 1215SAR is around $320-
post #39 of 53
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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

anyone who might be wondering 1215SAR is around $320-
Sweet Jesus!
That right there is exactly what I'm trying to avoid.
post #40 of 53
Quite pricey indeed
Starck (2013)
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel - i7 3770K MSI - MPower (MS-7751) Z77 EVGA - GeForce GTX 770 w/ ACX (2GB) Corsair - 8GB DDR3 (1600MHz) - Low Profile (White) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung - 840 (128GB) Asus - 24B1ST Corsair - H100i Microsoft - Windows 7 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Dell - 2209WA Apple - Keyboard with Numeric Keypad NZXT - Hale90 V1 (750W) Fractal Design - Define R4 w/ Window (Black) 
MouseMouse PadAudio
Razer - DeathAdder 3.5G (Black Edition) Steelseries - Qck Heavy Sennheiser - PC360 G4ME 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 3820QM Apple Motherboard (2 Thunderbolts / USB 3.0) Nvidia Gefore GTX 650M Apple 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM 
Hard DriveOSOSMonitor
Apple Solid State Drive  OSX Mountain Lion (10.8.3) Windows 7 Home Premium Integrated Display Apple Retina 15.4" (2880x1800) 
Keyboard
Integrated Keyboard with Backlit 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 920 TBGM01 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285  Kingston - 1133 (DDR3) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Hitachi - 1TB (7200RPM) Gateway - Optical Drive Microsoft - Windows 7 Dell - 2209WA 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Apple - Numeric Keyboard Gateway - Powersupply Gateway - FX6801 Razer - Death Adder (Black) / Steelseries - Sen... 
Mouse PadAudio
Steelseries - Qck Heavy / Steelseries - Qck+ Logitech - LS21 / Sennheiser - PC360 / Steelse... 
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Starck (2013)
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel - i7 3770K MSI - MPower (MS-7751) Z77 EVGA - GeForce GTX 770 w/ ACX (2GB) Corsair - 8GB DDR3 (1600MHz) - Low Profile (White) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung - 840 (128GB) Asus - 24B1ST Corsair - H100i Microsoft - Windows 7 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Dell - 2209WA Apple - Keyboard with Numeric Keypad NZXT - Hale90 V1 (750W) Fractal Design - Define R4 w/ Window (Black) 
MouseMouse PadAudio
Razer - DeathAdder 3.5G (Black Edition) Steelseries - Qck Heavy Sennheiser - PC360 G4ME 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 3820QM Apple Motherboard (2 Thunderbolts / USB 3.0) Nvidia Gefore GTX 650M Apple 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM 
Hard DriveOSOSMonitor
Apple Solid State Drive  OSX Mountain Lion (10.8.3) Windows 7 Home Premium Integrated Display Apple Retina 15.4" (2880x1800) 
Keyboard
Integrated Keyboard with Backlit 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 920 TBGM01 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285  Kingston - 1133 (DDR3) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Hitachi - 1TB (7200RPM) Gateway - Optical Drive Microsoft - Windows 7 Dell - 2209WA 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Apple - Numeric Keyboard Gateway - Powersupply Gateway - FX6801 Razer - Death Adder (Black) / Steelseries - Sen... 
Mouse PadAudio
Steelseries - Qck Heavy / Steelseries - Qck+ Logitech - LS21 / Sennheiser - PC360 / Steelse... 
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