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post #371 of 7096
Got the flat flexible modular cables model# PP05-E and they do make a difference are far as a cleaner looking case. The Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev B would not work do to the placement of my CPU Socket in went over the PCI-E slot. I did manage to get my temps down from 52c at idle to mid 30's with the new thermal compound which is the Prolimatech PK-1 Nano Aluminum Thermal Compound. Also for now added a Cooler Master JetFlo 120 to the side panel which has helped.

I still firmly believe that the Flat Modular Cables should be the default cables included with the SilverStone 450 Watt Gold Modular SFX PSU.

Also in my last video a viewer made a commit about the MSI GTX 760 itx, and after looking at it, it looks like it could be a great video card for newcomers building a system using this case.


Edited by PikkonMG - 3/8/14 at 2:43pm
post #372 of 7096
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Originally Posted by PikkonMG View Post

Got the flat flexible modular cables model# PP05-E and they do make a difference are far as a cleaner looking case. The Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev B would not work do to the placement of my CPU Socket in went over the PCI-E slot. I did manage to get my temps down from 52c at idle to mid 30's with the new thermal compound which is the Prolimatech PK-1 Nano Aluminum Thermal Compound. Also for now added a Cooler Master JetFlo 120 to the side panel which has helped.

I still firmly believe that the Flat Modular Cables should be the default cables included with the SilverStone 450 Watt Gold Modular SFX PSU.

Also in my last video a viewer made a commit about the MSI GTX 760 itx, and after looking at it, it looks like it could be a great video card for newcomers building a system using this case.


I feel that the PP05-E is a great set to use, I just do not like it in this exact case. Since the wires are physically attached to each other, they are much harder to ziptie tightly out of the way. So I went back to the stock 450G cables, made a huge difference in the cleanliness of the wire bundles for me.
post #373 of 7096
Hmm my silverstone psu just died... I connected dvi cable and heard "bzzz" and from that time I don't get signal to monitor... tried gpu in second pc and its working... pci-e link dead

Damn! And still no raven in czech republic!
post #374 of 7096
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Hmm my silverstone psu just died... I connected dvi cable and heard "bzzz" and from that time I don't get signal to monitor... tried gpu in second pc and its working... pci-e link dead

Damn! And still no raven in czech republic!
Tried a different PSU? Could be the motherboard.......
post #375 of 7096
Tried different motherboard. Rest of psu is ok, cause I can turn on pc with integrated gpu. But when i connect cable to gpu > no signal.

Hope it is still under warranty or I will have to find someone who can fix it. Dont want to buy new for 100€.. :/
post #376 of 7096
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Tried different motherboard. Rest of psu is ok, cause I can turn on pc with integrated gpu. But when i connect cable to gpu > no signal.

Hope it is still under warranty or I will have to find someone who can fix it. Dont want to buy new for 100€.. :/
Sorry bro. What GPU were you using? Could it have been too much power draw overall from your system?
post #377 of 7096
That is not issue.

Was using 560ti 448 (which had crazy power consume); gtx660; hd7850; gtx660ti; hd7850; gtx680 and now gtx 770. Never had problem with it. That psu is great, but that dvi cable did some power fuse..
post #378 of 7096
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That is not issue.

Was using 560ti 448 (which had crazy power consume); gtx660; hd7850; gtx660ti; hd7850; gtx680 and now gtx 770. Never had problem with it. That psu is great, but that dvi cable did some power fuse..

And that's what I think is weird, DVI cables do not have an electrical current running over them, they are strictly a data signal. Have you tried a different cable? Also, have your tied a different power cable to the GPU itself? It could be the power cable itself I guess. It's not a dead psu obviously since the rest of the 12v wires are powering the system and there's only 1-12v rail.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/8/14 at 9:42pm
post #379 of 7096
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since the slim fans can't be heard over the GPU fans in my system when gaming or watching movies, I didn't see a reason to replace them.
Can you hear the slim fans over GPU while idle? Trying to figure out if I should get PWM fans for quieter idle operation. Sorry for all the questions. redface.gif
post #380 of 7096
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Can you hear the slim fans over GPU while idle? Trying to figure out if I should get PWM fans for quieter idle operation. Sorry for all the questions. redface.gif

Never really notice any fan noise, we sit like 10-12 feet from the tv, so no. And honestly, the thing is almost never idle for me, if it's on, I'm gaming (only with friends over, I have a real gaming PC or 5 in my home office), I've got this case and system just for testing purposes, it's not going to be a long term system, I'm gonna see about a custom loop in it, then use for another few months, by the end of summer, I'll have it disassembled and have the gear back into an SG05
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