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Its been 5 years now,
Time for my upgrade

Iv decided to go for something small.
What do you guys think for Price/ performance/ compatibility . FIT?!

SG05 450w version

i7 3770k

ASRock Z77E-ITX

Video Card??????? 200-300$ range would be nice.

Kingston HyperX Blu Black Series 8GB 2X4GB

Standard HDD and A SSD (own)

Samsung Slim CD Drive (I hear there are some powering issues?)



Opinions?
Nothing is set in stone Except the 7870 and the cubeish form factor. (SMALLER THE BETTER?) IF IT FITS!
Edited by wha_gwan - 5/16/13 at 8:24am
post #2 of 30
hmmmm.....
It should fit, but why get the nuctua NH-L9i? It is rated for 65w CPUs and seeing as you're using a z77 motherboard and a k processor you should get a better cooler. With the Node and Asrock combo you're pretty much only left for AIO coolers which should do well.
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Hi

The Z77E-ITX has got an m-sata port on its backside that could interfere with the NH-L9i, dunno...
Here is a coolers compatibility list, thanx to HuwSharpe.
NH-L9i is not listed, anyway if there is an issue there you can prolly mod the NH-L9i easily or use some plastic washers.

Smaller the better? Switch for a Sugo SG-05 case then! wink.gif
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Unless you have any use for the Hyper-Threading of the 3770K, get a 3570K and use the extra money to get a better GPU. The 700 series from nVidia launches on the 23rd and you should get one of those if budget allows. If not, then get a 7950/7970.

You will get much better performance in games with a combination of 79x0+3570K than with a combination of 7870+3770K. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by BaK2BaK View Post

Hi

The Z77E-ITX has got an m-sata port on its backside that could interfere with the NH-L9i, dunno...
Here is a coolers compatibility list, thanx to HuwSharpe.
NH-L9i is not listed, anyway if there is an issue there you can prolly mod the NH-L9i easily or use some plastic washers.

Smaller the better? Switch for a Sugo SG-05 case then! wink.gif

I love the idea of the m-Sata port, I wish more people included those on their boards.

I'm pretty sure I saw a few people here and other-where(is it even a word?) use nh-l9i with the z77e-itx, some of them need to cut off a piece of it because of the capacitor near the socket and some did something with the fan clip thing on the side.

The problem is not size, it's about getting a CPU intended for overclocking with a cooler intended for low power CPUs.

Also +1 for the Idea of switching to a sugo 5, it has 5 in it so it has to be awesome! :O (and I realy want to see more sugo 5 build tongue.gif)
post #6 of 30
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Im not going to overclock it as of yet so I am wondering if I could get away with the stock cooler?

Im looking into the sugo 5.
this thing is very small..

Im worried about everything fitting in. It comes with a PS correct?
I wonder what video cards would fit.

Not looking to do any mods to the case.

Going with the i7 because I am eligible for a deal.


I'll be off to the store to get the mobo this morning, Just so I dont wimp out on this build.
post #7 of 30
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Originally Posted by wha_gwan View Post

Im not going to overclock it as of yet so I am wondering if I could get away with the stock cooler?

Im looking into the sugo 5.
this thing is very small..

Im worried about everything fitting in. It comes with a PS correct?
I wonder what video cards would fit.

Not looking to do any mods to the case.

Going with the i7 because I am eligible for a deal.


I'll be off to the store to get the mobo this morning, Just so I dont wimp out on this build.

If you're not going to overclock the stock cooler would do just fine.

It does come with a PSU (ST45SF). It's SFX 450w 90+ bronze. I can speak from personal experience when I say this PSU is quiet. I have it in my rig right next to me and i never hear the fan in it, I can however feel warm air coming out of it because it also acts as my exhaust.

You could fit many of the nVidia GPUs in it except really high end ones (680 classified, Titan , 690). But most of the normal 680s fit. Also you could probably forget about most AMD GPUS because they are usually too long :/ (at least high end ones).

If you're getting a good deal on the i7, by all means go for it! thumb.gif

edit: Oh! Also there is a lite version of the sugo 5 at around $50 iirc, which comes without a PSU. If you want to get the 80+ gold ST45SF-G modular PSU without wasting money on an extra PSU.
Edited by Black5Lion - 5/16/13 at 4:51am
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Edited by wha_gwan - 5/16/13 at 8:23am
post #9 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by wha_gwan View Post

Im not going to overclock it as of yet so I am wondering if I could get away with the stock cooler?

Im looking into the sugo 5.
this thing is very small..

Im worried about everything fitting in. It comes with a PS correct?
I wonder what video cards would fit.
SG-05 is around 11 liter.
Very well thinked case thumb.gif

Main problem is the PSU being above the CPU socket, but if you don't o/c, no need for a big cooler (>82mm) and you are ok.

PSU is included, 300W or 450W.

Any 2 slots GPU less than 264mm will fit.
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Originally Posted by BaK2BaK View Post

SG-05 is around 11 liter.
Very well thinked case thumb.gif

Main problem is the PSU being above the CPU socket, but if you don't o/c, no need for a big cooler (>82mm) and you are ok.

PSU is included, 300W or 450W.

Any 2 slots GPU less than 264mm will fit.

The CM Elite 120 is also a very good SFF case too if contemplating the SG05, it's only downfall is no included PSU.
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