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Originally Posted by jinzane View Post

Thanks. Got it from a local store.
was challenging myself to put a standard size psu, thick radiator and 3.5" hdd inside the sg05.


As in the local store sold it to you that way or did you fabricate the vents on the acrylic window? I've seen simliar windows in the same fashion and wondering where you guys are getting these. I'm currently going to fabricate my own, just thought i'd minimize my time with a pre-made one. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by hyp36rmax View Post

As in the local store sold it to you that way or did you fabricate the vents on the acrylic window? I've seen simliar windows in the same fashion and wondering where you guys are getting these. I'm currently going to fabricate my own, just thought i'd minimize my time with a pre-made one. thumb.gif

had it laser cut. i just gave them my design. :-)
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Nice.Lets see some fab pics.
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A question for those that have modded the case to fit a ATX PSU, is there enough clearance underneath for a stock cpu cooler?
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A question for those that have modded the case to fit a ATX PSU, is there enough clearance underneath for a stock cpu cooler?

barely, but yes there should be. I fit a 3.5" HDD on top of the thin H70 pump between the mobo and PSU.
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barely, but yes there should be. I fit a 3.5" HDD on top of the thin H70 pump between the mobo and PSU.

Great, thank you!
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hi, just want to share my sg05 :-)

need to sleeve those wires.
That looks great. I love the detail you put into your mods.

I had a 70mm fan from Gelid like that, but without the fancy bracket, but it died in less than 5 months. I know sleeves do not like to be this way, but this died WAY too fast. The included SilverStone 120mm used on the cpu cooler lasted 2-3 years before it became slightly noisy, this thing was shaking the case it was that bad.

Well, May as well toss in some images.

When I first got the case. The stock Core2 cooler was better for my i5 750(yeah this thing is getting old smile.gif ). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Got a Gemini S cooler and wanted 2 hard drives for more media storage Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Added an SSD for Windows/Programs. THe 2 3.5 inch drives made more noise than I wanted. The seagate was very quiet, but barely made it a year before media recordings started to skip. The data was always intact, it was like the drive had issues sometimes. Seagate replaced it without even getting any errors in software, but I have little trust in the replacement. The Blue was not as quiet but was a rock. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Notebook drive and SSD, *no more noise*. Well this was the hope,but the thing parks the head while playing music and sometimes it makes a ping sound because it parks and unparks instantly. I think it would be not noticeable in many other cases(i am just picky). Forcing off parking with CrystalDiskInfo works, but causes the drive to become super sensitive to vibration and reports tons of g-sense errors from just playing loud music. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Test fitting parts for allow better space use. Back to having a 3.5 inch drive and using the system as network storage for my other systems. Backup has become so much more streamlined with only ONLY place to deal with backups. Figured with this system always on anyway tt was a better option instead of getting a NAS(I know it does not have all the features, but does what it needs to). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Swapped out the cpu fan because the old one was failing. Had to slightly slot the power supply screw holes because it would sit on the fan. The old fan was filed down, but not going to file this fan down. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

So that is my nearly 4 years of SG05 fun(so much more happened because I like to tinker).
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post #229 of 1229
Very nice builds guys.

I had a question for you all: Have any of you seen an SG05 that was cut and shortened?

Thing is, I travel a lot and my old SG09 was too much of a hassle to carry through TSA and onto planes. I know the SG05 is much smaller but I want to make it even smaller. If I use an Asus GTX 670 DirectCU Mini or an MSI 760 ITX, that would give me a couple inches of unused space between the front 120mm and the mobo. I'm thinking i could cut that part out and re-weld the front part in.

Any thoughts?

TL;DR


P.S. - I know that there might be a Gigabyte Brix Pro with a 760 but I want to be able to upgrade my GPU. smile.gif
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Very nice builds guys.

I had a question for you all: Have any of you seen an SG05 that was cut and shortened?

Thing is, I travel a lot and my old SG09 was too much of a hassle to carry through TSA and onto planes. I know the SG05 is much smaller but I want to make it even smaller. If I use an Asus GTX 670 DirectCU Mini or an MSI 760 ITX, that would give me a couple inches of unused space between the front 120mm and the mobo. I'm thinking i could cut that part out and re-weld the front part in.

Any thoughts?

TL;DR


P.S. - I know that there might be a Gigabyte Brix Pro with a 760 but I want to be able to upgrade my GPU. smile.gif

That's interesting! How was your experience with TSA? I'll be travelling with my SG05 also, so i'm very curious how it went with your pc.
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