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Its settled,

I will going with the sg05. This this thing is awesome. (I wonder if I can rename this thread)

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?)

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Any recommendations On the video card(I was thinking a 660ti or the gtx 660?) Exact Models known to fit?

WOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!! *dances around the house* yessir.gif Another Sugo5 Build!!! biggrin.gif
b2b (Back to Business):

Pretty good parts selection.
Most 660/660ti cards should fit, you want to look for reference/blower designed cards for the sugo. Something like a EVGA 02G-P4-3660-KR GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB should fit perfectly biggrin.gif

Oh you should also look for CP10 for your slim ODD.

Maybe even throw in a Crucial M4 CT256M4SSD3 mSATA 256GB to save space. (or never-mind you already have an SSD tongue.gif)
post #12 of 30
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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

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.
+1
Also seen that, here:
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http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_670_Direct_Cu_Mini/1.html

Since you're struggling with space inside your case, maybe this card is one of the better options out there, size-wise at least. Its a bit pricey for your budget though.
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http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_670_Direct_Cu_Mini/1.html

Since you're struggling with space inside your case
Not really, the EVGA GTX670 fits (HPE1000 config wave2.gif), but you're right the Mini version is awesome!
As said, max length is 264mm.
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post #15 of 30
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Not really, the EVGA GTX670 fits (HPE1000 config wave2.gif), but you're right the Mini version is awesome!
As said, max length is 264mm.
Maybe bigger cards fit, but the bolded part is my point. No one would buy this card for a full-sized build. But the OP has an excuse to buy one, so I thought I'd suggest it.

Since the hardware will all be cramped up inside the case, wouldnt it be better if the card is smaller and allowed for more airflow?
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post #16 of 30
Thread Starter 
YAY!

Im just trying to pick a Video card and we should be under-way.
I may just go with the GTX 660 instead of the 660ti. I cant justify spending the extra 100$ when I cant have my 7870 tahiti le frown.gif
Only down side I see with the sg05

I was thinking the :
http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=559&item_id=052893

Or for another 100$ the TI
http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=559&item_id=057517


Both are very short
Edited by wha_gwan - 5/16/13 at 6:45am
post #17 of 30
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Originally Posted by wha_gwan View Post

YAY!

Im just trying to pick a Video card and we should be under-way.
I may just go with the GTX 660 instead of the 660ti. I cant justify spending the extra 100$ when I cant have my 7870 tahiti le frown.gif
Only down side I see with the sg05

frown.gif

I don't think it's really much of silverstone's fault, it's more of AMD's fault for having such long PCB's >.>
post #18 of 30
Thread Starter 
Did this Just Turn Into a Build Log?
Ohh Yes!, It did!




Wanna learn from my mistakes? I'll keep you guys updated.
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Still thinking about what video card.
All I play now is Counterstrike Go. I will be steam hunting after this build is done tho.

Anyone have the sg05 with an ATI card in it?

I also hope this 450W psu can power the video cards I want.
post #19 of 30
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Originally Posted by wha_gwan View Post

Did this Just Turn Into a Build Log?
Ohh Yes!, It did!




Wanna learn from my mistakes? I'll keep you guys updated.
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Still thinking about what video card.
All I play now is Counterstrike Go. I will be steam hunting after this build is done tho.

Anyone have the sg05 with an ATI card in it?

I also hope this 450W psu can power the video cards I want.

YES!!!! Congratulations!!! biggrin.gif

I think I saw a few people using ATI/AMD cards in the sugo5 around the interwebs, but they are usually more power-hungry and longer.
ATI/AMD is pretty great for Price/Performance under normal circumstances, but in the field of true SFF nVidia mostly wins.

unless you want to mod the case *cut the front panel* you should probably stick with nVidia or low-med ATI/AMD.
post #20 of 30
Thread Starter 
The 7870 I really wanted is

266.65mm x 111.2mm x 38mm (specs on website)

I am just a few mm away.. I wonder if it would be possible to jam in there

what do you guys think?

Its the "PowerColor PCS+ HD 7870 Myst Edition" if anyone owns it can you confirm the length.
Edited by wha_gwan - 5/16/13 at 4:22pm
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