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Hi all!!

After receiving so much help and information on overclock.net, i have completed my build! Took me six months to save up for all the required parts. This SFF gaming build is for use between school and home. A shoutout to WiSK whom have been answering to my torrents of question. I hope you see this!

Part List:
Mobo: Asrock z77e-itx
Cpu: i5-3570k
Cpu Cooler: Corsair H60 2013
Ram: Corsair Vengeance
Hdd: Seagate Barracuda 1tb
Gpu: Powercolor HD7950 PCS+
Psu: Sliverstone 450watts bronze
Case: Sliverstone SG05

Anyway, Here are the pictures!









Sorry about the first picture, was shot with my phone. Been too excited that i have no time to use a proper camera. Thanks for viewing and if you have any feedback on how to improve the cable management etc etc, feel free to comment. tongue.gif
post #2 of 11
Always nice to see more SG05 builds! thumb.gif
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Lovely
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Thanks! Won't be possible without the helpful people of ocn.
post #5 of 11
How hard was the wiring?
Do you think the modular PSU would've been better/easier?
post #6 of 11
Well done! biggrin.gif

I wasn't sure if you wanted to try fit an optical in there as well, easier without. How exactly is that 3.5" drive secured? Is it just zip ties and velcro?
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post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

Well done! biggrin.gif

I wasn't sure if you wanted to try fit an optical in there as well, easier without. How exactly is that 3.5" drive secured? Is it just zip ties and velcro?

OH OH!!!
Would an ODD fit with that 7950?
It looks a bit higher than the bracket (like ASUS DCUII cards), so could you fit the ODD cage if you removed the AIO cooler?
post #8 of 11
Is the graphics card quiet?
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

How hard was the wiring?
Do you think the modular PSU would've been better/easier?
actually to be honest, a modular psu will make thing worst as they will be spread around rather than coming out from one side. I will stick with non-modular!

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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

Well done! biggrin.gif

I wasn't sure if you wanted to try fit an optical in there as well, easier without. How exactly is that 3.5" drive secured? Is it just zip ties and velcro?
Hey WiSK! Never wanted an optical drive. Yup, as of now it's velcro and zip ties till I get my ssd then I'll find a fixed place for them.

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Originally Posted by Black5Lion View Post

OH OH!!!
Would an ODD fit with that 7950?
It looks a bit higher than the bracket (like ASUS DCUII cards), so could you fit the ODD cage if you removed the AIO cooler?
Hmmm. No problem getting the odd cage to fit once you remove the aio watercooler.

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Originally Posted by Allanitomwesh View Post

Is the graphics card quiet?
the graphics card is pretty good in my opinion. At idle, you can barely hear it. At load, you need to put your ears real close to pick up the noise! Idles around 40degree and loads around 65 top.
post #10 of 11
Awesome build thumb.gif, I'm a sucker for SFF gaming rigs.

But oh man, I can't decide if I want the Node 304, or SG05 Lite D:
Edited by Hawxie - 7/11/13 at 2:40pm
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