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

 
  • 93% (233)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
249 Total Votes  
post #121 of 2548
WOW - huge thanks!!!!

OK so scrub existing cooling solution and buy again - check

UT60 AOK check - thanks for the pictures!!!

I go look at the swiftech solution suggested

Is the T12 from Fractal design a useful alternative? As Its likely to be cheaper to buy here inside fortress Europe

one question - distilled water or graphene thermal solution?

any thoughts - avoid Or experiment?

As i said huge thanks - for saving me all the time and hassle!

I just wish i could buy all pints to say thanks - if any of you are going to chaos camp - do say!

Best wishes

X

PS Must, must, must go visit HXX and my mates in the Netherlands soon!
post #122 of 2548
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any thoughts - avoid Or experiment?
I wouldn't mess with it. The stuff might dissolve your pump impeller!
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I just wish i could buy all pints to say thanks
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I'm still convinced that a 140 mm radiator actually could fit up front without blocking the GPU. The IO plate on the rear is 158 mm, I think that's a good ballpark as to the usable width up front. That's a conservative number as well, since the case side and GPU are spaced a little off that.

The MCR140-X is 140 mm when mounted upright. In interviews with Swiftech they are adamant about the rad being no wider than a fan for case compatibility. The SG13 is 181 mm tall, so height is fine as well. I guess I'll just have to drill some holes in the case if I want to use a long GPU and 140 mm loop.


Edited by Dyson Poindexter - 2/2/15 at 4:31am
post #123 of 2548
Have these started shipping yet?
post #124 of 2548
I wish they make a model that puts the PSU on the front. I literally gave up on my 2 stacked rad idea... one AIO pump noise is already too much! To the garbage can you go!
post #125 of 2548
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Have these started shipping yet?

Not in the US but they have in Asian countries
post #126 of 2548
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Originally Posted by Dyson Poindexter View Post

I wouldn't mess with it. The stuff might dissolve your pump impeller!
cheers.gif


I'm still convinced that a 140 mm radiator actually could fit up front without blocking the GPU. The IO plate on the rear is 158 mm, I think that's a good ballpark as to the usable width up front. That's a conservative number as well, since the case side and GPU are spaced a little off that.

The MCR140-X is 140 mm when mounted upright. In interviews with Swiftech they are adamant about the rad being no wider than a fan for case compatibility. The SG13 is 181 mm tall, so height is fine as well. I guess I'll just have to drill some holes in the case if I want to use a long GPU and 140 mm loop.


can this be run vertically because it looks like it can only be run horizontal on the roof of the case?

btw I hope your right about the 140mm - what you say seems to make sense!
post #127 of 2548
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can this be run vertically because it looks like it can only be run horizontal on the roof of the case?

http://www.swiftech.com/H140-X.aspx#tab4
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post #128 of 2548
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can this be run vertically because it looks like it can only be run horizontal on the roof of the case?

btw I hope your right about the 140mm - what you say seems to make sense!
Thanks! Swiftech says you can run it in any orientation except upside down.

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post #129 of 2548
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Not in the US but they have in Asian countries

I sent Tony a message on [H] forums where he visits in hopes that he can let us know about when this case will release.
post #130 of 2548
Temptation increasing....

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