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Originally Posted by M3r0De4DoR View Post

I want to use this motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Impact. Do you think there will be any problem with socket location or the height of the power board (the vertical one on the top)? I'll use a AIO Corsair H90, so I think there is no problem at all.


There should be no problem, especially since you're going AIO thumb.gif
post #352 of 458
Finally, this will be my setup:

-CPU.: Intel Core i7 6700K

-Cooler.: Corsair Hydro Series H90

-Motherboard.: Asus Maximus VIII Impact

-RAM.: G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 3000 PC4-24000 32GB 2x16GB CL14

-GPU.: AMD Sapphire HD7950 3GB GDDR5 OC Vapor-X

-PSU.: Corsair CS550M

-SSD.: Samsung 840 Evo 250GB

-HDD.: Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 2TB

-Case.: SilverStone SUGO SG08-Lite


I don't know if gpu will fit, but I already own it, so.. I'll test it.
I'm buying it on this or next week smile.gif
post #353 of 458
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Originally Posted by M3r0De4DoR View Post

Finally, this will be my setup:

-CPU.: Intel Core i7 6700K

-Cooler.: Corsair Hydro Series H90

-Motherboard.: Asus Maximus VIII Impact

-RAM.: G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 3000 PC4-24000 32GB 2x16GB CL14

-GPU.: AMD Sapphire HD7950 3GB GDDR5 OC Vapor-X

-PSU.: Corsair CS550M

-SSD.: Samsung 840 Evo 250GB

-HDD.: Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 2TB

-Case.: SilverStone SUGO SG08-Lite


I don't know if gpu will fit, but I already own it, so.. I'll test it.
I'm buying it on this or next week smile.gif

Sweet.

Your Sapphire HD7950 should fit. It's almost the size of a reference card. (If I recall correctly, most of Sapphire GPU are reference sized - well, at least the PCBs are)
post #354 of 458
Hi,

First post here. I'm about to build myself my first mITX system. The Sugo 08 lite seems like a lovely case, I'm hoping to use the lite as 'm hoping to fit a PSU that turns its fan off when not under load so it can act as an HTPC - but I'm struggling to find a slot feed slimline bluray.

Any suggestions about where to get a drive and which model?

Thanks
Edited by gobuddy - 2/23/16 at 6:28am
post #355 of 458
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Originally Posted by ignsvn View Post

Sweet.

Your Sapphire HD7950 should fit. It's almost the size of a reference card. (If I recall correctly, most of Sapphire GPU are reference sized - well, at least the PCBs are)

I'm worried about it's height (2.5 slots), but I have a smaller gpu available if that doesn't fit smile.gif
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Originally Posted by gobuddy View Post

Hi,

First post here. I'm about to build myself my first mITX system. The Sugo 08 lite seems like a lovely case, I'm hoping to use the lite as 'm hoping to fit a PSU that turns its fan off when not under load so it can act as an HTPC - but I'm struggling to find a slot feed slimline bluray.

Any suggestions about where to get a drive and which model?

Thanks

This should be fine, for example: http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-UJ-265-Slim-Blu-ray-Writer/dp/B00CFXZ9VA
post #356 of 458
Can't find anyone selling the UJ 265 in the UK. It seems to be obsolete now. I'm a bit confused though. The SG-08 has just a slot in the front panel with no eject mechanism. I assumed that the drive just goes behind this. But the Panasonic has a fascia and an eject button. Should I be looking for something like this?
post #357 of 458
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Originally Posted by gobuddy View Post

Can't find anyone selling the UJ 265 in the UK. It seems to be obsolete now. I'm a bit confused though. The SG-08 has just a slot in the front panel with no eject mechanism. I assumed that the drive just goes behind this. But the Panasonic has a fascia and an eject button. Should I be looking for something like this?

I think both design are valid, the incompatible ones are the models with extraible tray. I'm looking for a slim slot-in dvd (not bluray) unit too.
post #358 of 458
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Originally Posted by gobuddy View Post

Hi,

First post here. I'm about to build myself my first mITX system. The Sugo 08 lite seems like a lovely case, I'm hoping to use the lite as 'm hoping to fit a PSU that turns its fan off when not under load so it can act as an HTPC - but I'm struggling to find a slot feed slimline bluray.

Any suggestions about where to get a drive and which model?

Thanks

I'm using the SG08 NON lite version (the one with PSU).

I found the PSU very silent that, I sometimes think the fan is broken (but it's working).

FYI I put my case on the desk, so just about 75 cm away from my right ear.
post #359 of 458
I have the Panasonic UJ265 (thats the bluary drive iirc) and it fits perfectly on the SG08-Lite variant of this case, the facia can stay on as it doesn't affect operation of the drive when installed in the case.

Just be aware that the UJ265 doesn't have full size SATA & SATA power connectors so will need an adapter as it is essentially a laptop drive!

Great drive though!
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Edited by VasiliyM6 - 2/26/16 at 5:07am
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