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Hi guys,

my current setup is an sg05, asus z97i, KFA2 970, 450w strider.

Currently cooled with an h60 and I previously had the brilliant idea of wanting to put a 240 rad in the roof (moving the psu to the front).

So I've been looking for AIO's under 275mm, and the new kraken seems to be a match made in heaven.

However, after a bit of thinking I've been looking at air coolers, notably the noctua dh14. Now, if I move the psu to the front I /think/ it might just fit.

Anyone got any thoughts on the idea? Has anyone ever tried a 240? I'd love to try and wedge one in there biggrin.gif
Edited by psypher5 - 11/9/16 at 9:03am
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post #1212 of 1229
Interesting idea and I don't remember seeing anyone do something like that but I have to ask what you hope to achieve?! What are your current temps and noise like?

A 240 vs 120 will probably be only a few degrees better in terms of temperature. In terms of noise you could maybe just look at other 120mm options with different fans, better pump etc. If your gpu is air cooled I would have thought there would be some reasonable noise from that anyway?

I'm not sure the DH14 would fit... it's 160mm tall and the case is only 176mm. SG05 cooler clearance is 82mm + 63.5mm for an SFX psu + say 10mm extra above (probably less?) gets close but still comes up short. Moreover not sure how good the airflow would be with the psu in front somewhere.

Having said all that would love to see what you come up with!
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The reasoning? Um, well... why not? biggrin.gif I got the sg05 to have a play with really! I came from a Lian li q08 which could probably fit the sg05 inside. If all goes wrong at least I have a backup which I can put a full loop in and make it pretty.


Also, my rig seems to be getting pretty toasty / freezes a bit in bf1 (Yes I know, probably just because battlefield 1 but heyho), the graphics card is pretty quiet and stays relatively cool (the case/exhaust is cool to the hand) and the cooler is prettyyy old, and I don't just want to refresh with the same thing. (120 aio)
I'll do some proper temp checking tonight and see what the score is.

I'm definitely edging towards the 240 more than a big tower cooler, mainly for clearance of the ram really.

I did a few mock tests a little while ago:







I also made a paper 240 rad and it fit, just.

Points of note: Theres a little nub on the base at the front, if I dremel that off I could gain a few mm's making the psu sit better. And the front (possibly back too) will probably need to be cut to slot the rad in.
Oh and I'll probably need a 90 degree kettle plug or an extender of some sort that doesn't impact the space too much.
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Hello guys,

I've fairly recently completed my own SG05 build, which is actually my very first build (barring some finagling with another case along the way... long story) and it's very satisfying!

Now though, I'm looking for an extra shiny graphics card upgrade to the GTX 1070. My friend (who helped me with my build, he's an enthusiast who's already dumped thousands on his own giant tower) suggests that the best cooling option for my GPU would actually be an HSF / blower style cooler as opposed to an airflow one with those big fans. He says that it'd be ideal because it takes air in and blows it directly out of the back of the case, keeping all that air from just getting pulled over, around and past the GPU into the incredibly cramped and compact space within... it's just extra hot air floating around in there I guess, and it's not an ideal airflow setup considering the two 120MM fans on the front radiator (Corsair H75 watercooling) are blowing air towards the back too.

It sounds totally reasonable to me, and I'm sure he knows what he's talking about... but browsing around and through here indicates to me that it *may* not really matter. I've seen all manner of the more prevalent two-fan setups put in this case that fit just fine, but the HSF style GPUs like the Founder's Edition or EVGA GTX 1070 Gaming appear to be longer than these (also, there's no SuperClocked EVGA GTX 1070 with HSF cooling... but there is one for the 1080 which is weird). And as I'm sure you guys are aware, one thing that kind of annoys me on this case is the holes on the GPU side don't expose the entirety of the fans, so even if the stock EVGA 1070 fits, it actually looks like the fan will be blocked, obscured by the wall of the case towards the front.

There's also this thing:

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01JD2OSX0/ref=nav_timeline_asin?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Which looks amazing, but there's not too much info around about how well it cools and how it performs, etc... so, I remain conflicted. Enter you guys.

What do y'all think? I'll also post pictures of my rig later on so you may get a better Idea of what's going on in there.
    
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Would a reference RX 480 fit in the SG06?
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Originally Posted by kz26 View Post

Would a reference RX 480 fit in the SG06?

Yep. That should be a 241mm card and the clearance is about 262mm without cutting the front panel.
I thought consensus was that the reference models weren't the best choice though.
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Yep. That should be a 241mm card and the clearance is about 262mm without cutting the front panel.
I thought consensus was that the reference models weren't the best choice though.

Thanks. Buying one right now biggrin.gif
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I thought consensus was that the reference models weren't the best choice though.

For $178 shipped for the 8GB version, I'm not complaining. https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcsales/comments/5eeixa/visiontekradeonrx480_polaris_jet_stufftriple15/
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For $178 shipped for the 8GB version, I'm not complaining. https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcsales/comments/5eeixa/visiontekradeonrx480_polaris_jet_stufftriple15/

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Nice deal!
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Hi all, its possible yo fix in this case the AIO ARCTIC Liquid Freezer 120??
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