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

 
  • 93% (236)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
252 Total Votes  
post #1221 of 2655
was an easy choice for me, i prefer the meshed look, besides the solid version is made out of plastic... that being said it might dampen sound if you are facing the unit when in use otherwise i doubt there would be much difference

my system is barely audible but I do have a GPU that passively cools when on idle and i adjusted the AIO fans from 1500 RPM to 550RPM
post #1222 of 2655
I agree. I'm not sure exactly how much sound would actually be isolated or dampened by a fairly thin piece of plastic. I usually have my case on the side of my desk parallel to it, so I don't think it'll be too big of a benefit. I'll choose the regular one. It'll save me a few dollars and it seems like the better choice.

Would you say an AIO cooler is a must (like a Corsair H75) or would I be fine with a low-profile air cooler like the Noctua NH-L9i or Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev B?

I'll probably use a GTX 970 and an SFX-L PSU with it (though, I know any 140mm psu would work).
post #1223 of 2655
If you will be having your case on the right hand side I wouldn't worry about it. The amount of sound escaping the ventilation holes for the videocard will definitely be a lot more.
Even if you don't, considering the fan has to work harder to get more air the differences are most likely negligible, just go for whichever version you find more attractive.
post #1224 of 2655
I'm about to bite the bullet on this case and hope to draw some wisdom from this thread.

Is it worth getting an intake fan if I'm getting the solid panel version?

What's the consensus on HSFs? I was thinking of getting a Cryorig C7 but I found out the fan pushes into the heatsink and it doesn't look like I can flip it.

There should really be an FAQ on the first page of this thread!

Here's my build so far, with a combination of new and old parts

Case: SG13B-Q
PSU: Corsair AX860i
CPU: i5-6500
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 670 2GB
MB: Gigabyte GA-H170N-WiFi
RAM: Crucial 2x8GB DDR4
SSD: OWC 2.5" 240g / Samsung m.2 500g

Any advice would be appreciated!
post #1225 of 2655
Reposting since my initial post got buried in less than a day... tongue.gif

I (really) need to know if ASUS motherboards with a VRM daughter-board can peacefully coexist in the SG13 with a 120mm AIO CPU cooler (Cooler Master Nepton 120XL), radiator mounted in the front, tubes routed along the same side of the system as the VRM daughterboard.

It looks like the VRM board and the AIO cooler's tubing might interfere with one another, and I'd like to be sure they won't before I make a purchase to replace my dead-ish ASRock Z77E-ITX.

Anyone have one of these sort of ASUS motherboards in an SG13/06/05? Surely someone...
Edited by Kade7596 - 11/5/15 at 3:32pm
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post #1226 of 2655
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Originally Posted by Kade7596 View Post

Reposting since my initial post got buried in less than a day... tongue.gif

I (really) need to know if ASUS motherboards with a VRM duaghter-board can peacefully coexist in the SG13 with a 120mm AIO CPU cooler (Cooler Master Nepton 120XL), radiator mounted in the front, tubes routed along the same side of the system as the VRM daughterboard.

It looks like the VRM board and the AIO cooler's tubing might interfere with one another, and I'd like to be sure they won't before I make a purchase to replace my dead-ish ASRock Z77E-ITX.

Anyone have one of these sort of ASUS motherboards in an SG13/06/05? Surely someone...

Yes, they can peacefully coexist. I would recommend a SFX unit though, as a ATX unit is going to be the tube's biggest routing hazard along that side of the case

I have a H60 with tubes routed alongside the SFX-L unit, and I have a VII Impact
post #1227 of 2655
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Yes, they can peacefully coexist. I would recommend a SFX unit though, as a ATX unit is going to be the tube's biggest routing hazard along that side of the case

I have a H60 with tubes routed alongside the SFX-L unit, and I have a VII Impact

Bleh, you quoted my typo. lol tongue.gif

Anyway, the power supply (already purchased) is one of Silverstone's 140mm depth (ATX) PSUs. Unfortunately it remains just as tall (height) as any other PSU, so you're right about the PSU getting in the way of the tubing -- it currently does, but the top tube comfortably flexes downward enough to get under the PSU. That said, there is less room between the PSU and where the RAM/daughterboard would be. I suppose if the tubing is a problem on the VRM board-side, I can just flip the radiator and have the tubes on the GPU side. I hope.

Thanks for the reply, +rep, etc.

Edit: Another concern I had (just remembered) is the front panel USB 3.0 cable. Kinda worried about stretching it all the way to where the header is on the P8Z77-I, but... eh, I can buy an extension if it turns out I need one.
Edited by Kade7596 - 11/5/15 at 3:49pm
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post #1228 of 2655
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kade7596 View Post

Bleh, you quoted my typo. lol tongue.gif

Anyway, the power supply (already purchased) is one of Silverstone's 140mm depth (ATX) PSUs. Unfortunately it remains just as tall (height) as any other PSU, so you're right about the PSU getting in the way of the tubing -- it currently does, but the top tube comfortably flexes downward enough to get under the PSU. That said, there is less room between the PSU and where the RAM/daughterboard would be. I suppose if the tubing is a problem on the VRM board-side, I can just flip the radiator and have the tubes on the GPU side. I hope.

Thanks for the reply, +rep, etc.

Edit: Another concern I had (just remembered) is the front panel USB 3.0 cable. Kinda worried about stretching it all the way to where the header is on the P8Z77-I, but... eh, I can buy an extension if it turns out I need one.



this is my case, you can see the tubes over the vrm. This is all I can give you at the moment to help judge
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post #1229 of 2655
The stiff tube for definitely is a pita, but most should be no problem with some wiggling. Plan how you twist the tube before final installation.

BTW, any got the replacement for the power button? Silver stone ask for my address and receipt few weeks ago and never heard back since.
Sent from my 306SH
Edited by baii - 11/5/15 at 6:12pm
post #1230 of 2655
Stiff tubing is the reason I exchanged a Corsair H80i GT for a Cooler Master Nepton 120 XL. More flexible tubing (the plasticy/ribbed type; feels a little cheaper/scarier, but it's more manageable) as well as a slightly thinner radiator which allowed for two fans to be used in push/pull.
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