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Thanks for looking into it Jim, but I'm not to fussed. I'll test the performance in windows and if I'm not happy with it, i'll just buy another stick biggrin.gif
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I still want to find those tests though, just for my own sanity, if ya know what I mean.
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Jim, even with hints about X58 and triple channel I'm afraid I can't find any tests. Again lots of forum discussions, but nothing concrete.

One thing that did cross my mind. APUs are bandwidth bound when benchmarking RAM. In a test of graphic capability of an APU then dual channel would shine. Could it be that this is what you've remembered reading about?

About the ST30 vs UT60. I had similar. Started with H60 on CPU with GPU on air. When both were loaded temps were like 55C and 70C respectively. When I did full loop temps went to 45C and 50C resp. Obviously it's not apples to apples, because different pump and rad. But consider that air cooled hotter GPU is increasing case temps also by radiation. Perhaps this can contribute to higher CPU temps?
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Hi guys, thanks for your advice/help in the previous pages. My htpc is complete and is running well, stock intel cpu fan is audible and whines a bit under load so may end up replacing it sometime but pretty quiet apart from that. May put in a 3.5" drive and gpu in the future, depending on how its used really. Thanks for the help with the screws Wisk btw, they fitted perfectly thumb.gif

Might look at a all in one easy to use remote control for it as I built it for the living room and want it to be as family friendly as possible, I'll have it boot into xbmc once I install it and then people can choose films/tv shows to watch at their leisure, but obviously need something to control it. Anyone have any recommendations? Have heard of harmony remotes but dont like their price tag...

Heres a few pics of it all together anyway, nothing special to look at but it does the job! wink.gif Think Ive done the best I can with wire management with that mobo.



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Heres a few pics of it all together anyway, nothing special to look at but it does the job! wink.gif

Congrats on your build smile.gifthumb.gif
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SG05 owner here.

Anyone know of a quieter cooling option for a GTX670 ref board with the blower? It's by far the noisiest component of the system. I have an old fashioned spinning magnetic disk as my HD so I don't think an AIO is an option.
    
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Gelid Icy Vision should work nicely on a 670.
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Hey guys, not a SG05 owner yet, but I wanted to ask a few things in this thread since this seems to be the place to ask about this case.

This is my wish list for my mini-itx build
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So my question is, will this PSU be enough for the 770? I've seen a few builds with the same setup but I read this recommendation from NVIDIA for the 770: "600 watt or greater power supply with a minimum of 42 amps on the +12 volt rail." Where the 450w PSU is rated @ 37A for the 12v rail. Extreme PSU Calculator estimated between 330-380 watts for this whole system and I don't plan on overclocking at all.

My other question is about the Optical drive/HDD drive mount. Are they one piece or are they 2 separate pieces? cuz ideally I would like to have the optical drive mount installed but I think if I can, I will make my own mount for the SSD/HDD or just figure something out that looks nice and isn't as intrusive as the stock mount that comes with the case.

Thanks in advance guys.
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Nvidia themselves only say the draw of the GTX770 is 230W. My i7-3770K draws only 60W at load. There's no way the motherboard and drives pull more than 50W. People are running 780s and Titans on this PSU.
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Nvidia themselves only say the draw of the GTX770 is 230W. My i7-3770K draws only 60W at load. There's no way the motherboard and drives pull more than 50W. People are running 780s and Titans on this PSU.

This ^^^^^. Especially if your not Going to OC.

But, if you do OC, you only have room to OC either the CPU OR GPU, you won't be able to do both really with the 450G.

And the optical/HDD mount is one piece. But, the HDD part is held with it by 4 or 5 rivets, drill out the rivets, and you can separate them.

I left mine in one piece and removed the whole thing. Otherwise it blocks radiators from fitting, and for a mobile system, I dang sure didn't need an optical, I just use an external if I have to.
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Nvidia themselves only say the draw of the GTX770 is 230W. My i7-3770K draws only 60W at load. There's no way the motherboard and drives pull more than 50W. People are running 780s and Titans on this PSU.
Ok cool. Just wanted to be sure biggrin.gif
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And the optical/HDD mount is one piece. But, the HDD part is held with it by 4 or 5 rivets, drill out the rivets, and you can separate them.

I left mine in one piece and removed the whole thing. Otherwise it blocks radiators from fitting, and for a mobile system, I dang sure didn't need an optical, I just use an external if I have to.
Good to know. I'm still not quite sure what type of cooling I want, I was thinking of getting the small Noctua NH-L9i cooler, but idk. I guess if I decide to go water I'll need to rethink the drive mount anyway.
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