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Has anyone been able to fit an AIO cpu cooler in the SG05 without modding??
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Has anyone been able to fit an AIO cpu cooler in the SG05 without modding??

Majority of the 120mm AIO kits fit without modification.
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post #143 of 1228
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Originally Posted by MartinLongbow View Post

Has anyone been able to fit an AIO cpu cooler in the SG05 without modding??

Depending on GPU length, most 120mm AIO will fit, but you usually lose the native HDD/SSD/ODD tray putting one in.
post #144 of 1228
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Originally Posted by RyReZar View Post

Thanks for the reply, thats good to hear. Dont mind if its tight as long as it fits with no damage done to cables. I will try the stock cooler first then I think to check noise/temp levels and then can always upgrade if needed.

Is the gold 450w psu fairly quiet? As using as a htpc I dont want to hear it when running ideally. And can you comment on the case build quality, is it solid enough to move around on occasions once filled with components? Thanks.

Yes, it's very solid, I used mine mostly as a LAN rig. It was perfect for that!! Even modding the case to fit a GTX770/GTX780Ti length card didn't negatively affect ruggedness of the case.
post #145 of 1228
Hi guys, so I am planning on running a SG05 with an overclocked 4670k. I would prefer to go with air cooling because I feel weary about airflow if I use an AIO cooler. Can you guys recommend a cpu cooler that I can overclock with? Also I am planning on getting the SG05 with the included 450W PSU, will that be enough power for the overclocked cpu and a gtx 770? Thanks!

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post #146 of 1228
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Yeah, I had the 450W G PSU and it ran very quiet in a HTPC gaming environment. I didn't think that it would, but it actually held it own proving me wrong.

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Yes, it's very solid, I used mine mostly as a LAN rig. It was perfect for that!! Even modding the case to fit a GTX770/GTX780Ti length card didn't negatively affect ruggedness of the case.

Awesome thanks for that! Just need to decide on the sg05 or 06 now. I do like the brush ali panel on the 6....
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Coming from a guy with 3 SG05s, I say get the 06 biggrin.gif.
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post #148 of 1228
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Coming from a guy with 3 SG05s, I say get the 06 biggrin.gif.
Yes Im leaning towards it, but also with the standard 450 st45sf. Not to bothered about having modular cables now since I'll probably use most anyway and in a build this small I don't think will make a lot of difference.

Has anyone used the Noctua NH-L9i in a SG05/6? Wanting a cooler quieter and has lower temps than intel's stock cooler. But may just try the stock cooler first.
Edited by RyReZar - 3/11/14 at 12:51pm
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Has anyone bought aftermarket filters for the case top and side vents?

Specifically want a easy cleanable filter on top vent for when system is off. So was considering a custom Demciflex filter, but cost will be more than the Lite case.

Silverstone show FF123/FF143 being used for right hand side vent. And could use two for graphics card side, but top vents 180mm wide.
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Has anyone bought aftermarket filters for the case top and side vents?

Specifically want a easy cleanable filter on top vent for when system is off. So was considering a custom Demciflex filter, but cost will be more than the Lite case.

Silverstone show FF123/FF143 being used for right hand side vent. And could use two for graphics card side, but top vents 180mm wide.

Yeah I saw one custom filter as well but way too expensive. Haven't' bothered to find anything else after that. I guess you could use any of those magnetic ones.
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