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Hey guys,

What is the best motherboard to use for this case in terms of how easily you can manage cables and good for facilitating airflow? After all, the one I have now has its big 24-pin connector from the PSU situated right in the middle at the "front" of the motherboard (towards the front of the case). This creates this huge, gigantic blockage practically centered right behind the 120mm fan (on the watercooler) and makes the cable situation an absolute mother (much wiggling about and scrunching and squeezing the cables onto the side of the radiator).

I've browsed for motherboards with the 24-pin connector off-center or away from this location, but I'm not really sure what I would get were I to get a new one. Mind, this isn't the ONLY reason I'd want a new one... there's some other stuff too, like getting one with DDR4 RAM compatibility. So... anyone have suggestions? Thanks.
    
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Samsung SSD PM830 Samsung SSD 850 EVO Matshita BD-MLT UJ260AF Corsair H75 
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Originally Posted by rub3z View Post

Hey guys,

What is the best motherboard to use for this case in terms of how easily you can manage cables and good for facilitating airflow? After all, the one I have now has its big 24-pin connector from the PSU situated right in the middle at the "front" of the motherboard (towards the front of the case). This creates this huge, gigantic blockage practically centered right behind the 120mm fan (on the watercooler) and makes the cable situation an absolute mother (much wiggling about and scrunching and squeezing the cables onto the side of the radiator).

I've browsed for motherboards with the 24-pin connector off-center or away from this location, but I'm not really sure what I would get were I to get a new one. Mind, this isn't the ONLY reason I'd want a new one... there's some other stuff too, like getting one with DDR4 RAM compatibility. So... anyone have suggestions? Thanks.

A layout like the Asrock X99 itx board is probably what you want.
post #1223 of 1228
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A layout like the Asrock X99 itx board is probably what you want.
Wow thanks, it looks amazing! Unfortunately, I don't think I'll have enough $$$ anytime soon to drop on it, much less a gigantic weapons-grade Intel X99 chip it's compatible with... thanks anyway though! I'll be on the lookout for similar boards. thumb.gif
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 4690 ASRock H97M-ITX/ac Gigabyte nVidia GeForce GTX 1070 GSkill Trident 2 x 4GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung SSD PM830 Samsung SSD 850 EVO Matshita BD-MLT UJ260AF Corsair H75 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 47" Vizio LED TV Corsair K70 Corsair SF600 
Case
SilverstoneTek Sugo SG05 
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Samsung SSD PM830 Samsung SSD 850 EVO Matshita BD-MLT UJ260AF Corsair H75 
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Windows 10 47" Vizio LED TV Corsair K70 Corsair SF600 
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SilverstoneTek Sugo SG05 
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Hey guys, i bought a sugo sg05 and would like to use it on a mini-itx AM4 motherboard with a 1700 ryzen, good air cooler like noctua NH-L9x65 SE-AM4 or Cryorig C1, Corsair SF600 SFX Power Supply and gtx 1060 or RX480 video card but I'm worried about possible overheating problems especially because, for now, I do not want to make mod to use watercooler on SG05. Can i buy this setup and use it without problems on SG05 with or without a small overclock or should i buy one CPU colder from intel or ADM or another case a bit larger than SG05? By the way, what is the best mini-itx motheboard for AM4? Thanks for any help!
Edited by winicius - 7/23/17 at 8:16am
post #1225 of 1228
As long as you have an intake fan drawing in some air at the front you'll be fine.
post #1226 of 1228
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As long as you have an intake fan drawing in some air at the front you'll be fine.
If possible, can you tell me what is the best intake fan with exactly 120mm to draw some air at the front of my case? I liked the noctua fans because of the silence., but i do not know which model i should buy (for example, i really did not understand the real difference between the Noctua - NF-S12B redux-1200 PWM 59.1 CFM 120mm Fan and Noctua - NF-F12 PWM 55.0 CFM 120mm Fan). I'm outdated because I bought my last good computer in 2008. So now i decided to build a small pc and i don't want worry about upgrading it for a few years. Also, today, what is the best CPU air cooler 82mm or less in height for my case? I am divided between the CRYORIG C1 and the noctua NH-L9x65 SE-AM4, especially if i buy the R7 1700X. However, i can choose the R7 1700 with or without the original cooler without problems because of the lower price and energy consumption, but, if necessary, i do not know if it would be possible to do a good overclock on the future with my SG05 and small air cooler. Thanks a lot!
Edited by winicius - 7/23/17 at 8:16am
post #1227 of 1228
There are lots of different options out there, Reeven Brontes, Thermalright AXP-100R, Noctua NHL9x65, the list goes on. I'm not sure which one is the best, you'd have to read some reviews and comparisons.
post #1228 of 1228
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There are lots of different options out there, Reeven Brontes, Thermalright AXP-100R, Noctua NHL9x65, the list goes on. I'm not sure which one is the best, you'd have to read some reviews and comparisons.
Ok. I'll read some reviews of all these options. Thank you!
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