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Poll Results: Are you interested in this new Sugo SG13?

 
  • 93% (236)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
252 Total Votes  
post #1171 of 2668
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Originally Posted by baii View Post

The h60 do have some clearance problem if you have a long PSU due to the stiff tube. Now the tube is actually pushing up my 140mm PSU up a bit.
Pump noise is definitely a pita. I have tried h60 h55 and x31. At 12v , the h60 is best in terms of sound quality and quantity. H55 come in second. Anyways, I can't stand any of them at 12v.
at 5v, the h60 is really good. The 55 is less loud(close up) than x31 but develop a weird cycle of noise, where the x31 is constant. The kraken g10 only take asetek head. And h60 tube is one big challenge if used for GPU.

Thank that's great input.
I've been reading almost half the thread trying to gather some information before posting.

I'm planning to do this build but my main concern at the moment is the cooler.
I've seen that the h80i is a very popular choice among SG13 buyers, but it seems to have been replaced by a GT version which is thicker (~100mm).
Does the new h80i GT fit?
If not what's the next best option, I was considering
  • Cosair h75 or 60
  • Kraken X31
  • Seidon 120M or Nepton 120XL
  • Silverstone TD03-E
What's my best option? Did I forget one?

Thanks in advance for your help
post #1172 of 2668
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Originally Posted by ocmat View Post

Thank that's great input.
I've been reading almost half the thread trying to gather some information before posting.

I'm planning to do this build but my main concern at the moment is the cooler.
I've seen that the h80i is a very popular choice among SG13 buyers, but it seems to have been replaced by a GT version which is thicker (~100mm).
Does the new h80i GT fit?
If not what's the next best option, I was considering
  • Cosair h75 or 60
  • Kraken X31
  • Seidon 120M or Nepton 120XL
  • Silverstone TD03-E
What's my best option? Did I forget one?

Thanks in advance for your help

the GT version will not fit in push pull as you said, it is thicker yeah.
sorry I can't comment on the other coolers and I don't know.

One thing my Silverstone Strider psu is pretty loud, loudest fan in my build and it can be sometimes annoying though it sits less than half a metre from me
Mine is the 600w version, not sure how the 500w compares. But they are good because of the 140mm length and nice cables
Clyde
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Athlon X2 5600+ ASUS M2V Sapphire 5670 2GB Dual Channel 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSPower
WD 500GB Caviar Blue ASUS DVD burner. Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Gigabyte 460w 
Case
The desk, no case. 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon E3-1231v3 Asus Z97I-Plus Mini ITX EVGA GTX970 ACX2.0 PNY XLR8 2x8GB 1866 9-10-9-28 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Corsair h80i Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit Silverstone ST60F-PB 600w 
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Clyde
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Athlon X2 5600+ ASUS M2V Sapphire 5670 2GB Dual Channel 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSPower
WD 500GB Caviar Blue ASUS DVD burner. Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Gigabyte 460w 
Case
The desk, no case. 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon E3-1231v3 Asus Z97I-Plus Mini ITX EVGA GTX970 ACX2.0 PNY XLR8 2x8GB 1866 9-10-9-28 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Corsair h80i Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit Silverstone ST60F-PB 600w 
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post #1173 of 2668
Stick with those flexible tube variant unless you find certain pump appealing. Imo get the cheaper one then get a decent fan. The stock fan usually are not that great.

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post #1174 of 2668
What do you mean by flexible tube variant?
I think at first I'll stick with the stock fan, because otherwise it starts to add up quickly, $80 for the aio wc and then another $20-40 for new fans smile.gif
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Originally Posted by baii View Post

Stick with those flexible tube variant unless you find certain pump appealing. Imo get the cheaper one then get a decent fan. The stock fan usually are not that great.
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Originally Posted by ocmat View Post

  • Cosair h75 or 60
  • Kraken X31
  • Seidon 120M or Nepton 120XL
  • Silverstone TD03-E
What's my best option? Did I forget one?

Thanks in advance for your help

I've been reading some reviews

Looks like the Seidon 120M is slightly larger than 120mm vertically according to this review. This could be a problem, has anyone had any success?

Otherwise in terms of performance vs noise it looks like it is:
H80i, Nepton 120XL > Kraken X31, Seidon 120M, H75, Tundra TD03

I've seen conflicting results between the H75, X31 and Nepton/Seidon

I'm leaning towards the H75 or X31 as I have seen in this thread at least one other person using it.
The Nepton 120XL might be a better performer but it's 88mm thick and I keep on seeing reports that it's vertically large and can have clearance problems in tighter space.
post #1175 of 2668
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Originally Posted by Tiberiusisgame View Post

Just did a super-budget build. I wanted to keep it under $1,000 for 2 systems but I went over a bit. I already had some SSDs laying around from an older build so my total expense was around $1,200 for 2 complete systems, full peripherals and everything. The idea was to be able to run Skyrim with some mods at 1080p full. Worked out pretty well, just in time for my twin brothers' birthdays/christmas.

Painted with Plasti-Dip and swapped case LEDs to match. I originally wanted to paint the black mesh on the front white but I was concerned any paint would clog the vents and leave the thing ugly.

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/hgM8TW

Looks really cool, but maybe paint the plastic behind the mash black, so blends "into" the mash?
post #1176 of 2668
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Originally Posted by psycow View Post

Looks really cool, but maybe paint the plastic behind the mash black, so blends "into" the mash?

I like that the case color is pervasive throughout the build, including behind the mesh. I think it provides dimensionality and context for the mesh. Also, bending those tabs on the mesh back and forth really weakens them so I don't think I'll be deconstructing the front panel again.
post #1177 of 2668
Hi all,

I recently completed my SG13 build. I owe a lot to this thread for helping me out. The details of my build include:

i5 6500 (3.2GHZ)
Noctua NH-L9i cooler
Gigabyte GA-H170N-WIFI
Noctua NF-F12PWM
Silverstone SX500-LG
G.Skill DDR4-2133
Sapphire R380 4gb
Corsair 240gb SSD

I was particularly interested in how cool the build would stay. Playing Wticher 3 at 1440p on high, I haven't seen the the CPU go above 40 degrees celsius. The GPU is louder than I hoped and runs a little warm; when gaming it sits around 75 degrees celsius.

If anyone has any questions, please ask
Edited by Blanka - 10/28/15 at 9:01am
post #1178 of 2668
The x31 pump sound is loud and rattle with usb plug in, but the fan is decent(sound wise.)

I don't think they make much performance difference if they are 120mm.
post #1179 of 2668
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Originally Posted by baii View Post

The x31 pump sound is loud and rattle with usb plug in, but the fan is decent(sound wise.)

I don't think they make much performance difference if they are 120mm.

Ok Corsair H75 it is then. Thank you !
post #1180 of 2668
@Axeia picked up a cm nepton 120xl - rattling pump plus a droning fan rolleyes.gif this is getting ridiculous

@ocmat 120xl does fit but it is a little tight, colormaster give you screws with pretty large heads on them so if your mainboards atx connector is inline with one of the fans mounting holes you might need another set for the bottom half... i also dropped one of the rubber fan mounts for a little extra clearance
Edited by artonink - 10/29/15 at 2:28pm
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