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

 
  • 93% (238)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
254 Total Votes  
post #1241 of 2694
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Originally Posted by Tiberiusisgame View Post


Agreed. No cooling is a very bad idea. In fact, go with a fan capable of high RPMs and as large as possible in car your system is overheating.

As large as possible up to 140mm right?



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post #1242 of 2694
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Originally Posted by jisu View Post

As large as possible up to 140mm right?



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Haha! Correct, but if you can fit that fan and run it at, oh I don't know, 30 RPM, you'd have more noise from the inductors than the fan!

+1 to smart ass, for those who play WL2.
post #1243 of 2694
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Originally Posted by Kade7596 View Post


Edit: ...and as it turns out, I can use neither of the bottom thumbscrews because the head of the lower-right thumbscrew occupies the same physical space as the 8 pin power connector. lol. Going to have to find some flatter, more normal 120mm fan length screws to replace the thumbscrews that came with the Nepton 120 XL... not that it's been a problem to have the bottom half of the fan a little wobbly. Not even any extra noise, actually.

I had a similar problem in my setup but if I rebuilt the system I might be able to squeeze the screws in.
The fans at high rpm rattled so loud it was ridiculous, like extremely loud.
I wedged in some folded thick carboard between the fan and 24pin connector and this has been my permanent solution for 4 months or so haha works perfect
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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 
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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 #1244 of 2694
Welp, I think I am going to give up on my hopes of using this case. I much prefer this case as opposed to the Node 304 but it looks like that is what I am going to go ahead and use. With that case I can keep my NH-D14,PSU, SSD and HDD without running into any huge issues. If I went for the SG13B I would need to buy a new PSU, SSD, GPU, etc. Money isn't a huge issue but I feel like I can get more bang for my buck + cooler temps with the Node 304. I also will not be sacrificing too much size. Thanks for any help that anyone gave me, I believe I repped those who earned it. I will definitely still lurk here however and keep an eye on your builds.biggrin.gif
post #1245 of 2694
Could I fit the XFX XTR 550W PSU, which has a length of 170mm, inside of the SG13 if I don't use the 3.5" tray? As in, I'll only be using an SSD in the build.

What if I use a Corsair H75 AIO cooler while?
post #1246 of 2694
Is there a clear answer to what 980 ti's will fit in this case? I've seen everything from them fitting fine with no cutting to the post on the previous page showing the power connections blocked off. I'm looking at the red MSI gaming edition over the EVGA since they appear to run quieter but supposedly the new one's are longer than 10.5" that they show in the specs page. Who's rolling a 980 ti and what kind? I just want one that stops the fans during desktop use.
post #1247 of 2694
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Originally Posted by MotO View Post

Is there a clear answer to what 980 ti's will fit in this case? I've seen everything from them fitting fine with no cutting to the post on the previous page showing the power connections blocked off. I'm looking at the red MSI gaming edition over the EVGA since they appear to run quieter but supposedly the new one's are longer than 10.5" that they show in the specs page. Who's rolling a 980 ti and what kind? I just want one that stops the fans during desktop use.
The reference model fits, right? It is 10.5 inches. Well, if the Titan X fits, so should the GTX 980 Ti.

The GTX 970 Gaming 4G card that I have in my rig is a very tight fit and it is 269mm long.
The GTX 980 Ti version is 277mm long and I doubt it will fit.

EVGA cards with the ACX 2.0+ cooler should fit easily as they are 266.7mm or same length as reference card.
post #1248 of 2694
The blower style reference cards are better for this case than the after market coolers I believe. People use the reference to blow the hot air out the back of the GPU instead of all over the inside of the case. The airflow for the case is already minimal as it is. No need to dump extra into it when you do not have to. thumb.gif
post #1249 of 2694
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Originally Posted by Hegro View Post

The blower style reference cards are better for this case than the after market coolers I believe. People use the reference to blow the hot air out the back of the GPU instead of all over the inside of the case. The airflow for the case is already minimal as it is. No need to dump extra into it when you do not have to. thumb.gif
Agreed. Especially if the card's TDP is higher than 200W.
post #1250 of 2694
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Originally Posted by MotO View Post

Is there a clear answer to what 980 ti's will fit in this case? I've seen everything from them fitting fine with no cutting to the post on the previous page showing the power connections blocked off. I'm looking at the red MSI gaming edition over the EVGA since they appear to run quieter but supposedly the new one's are longer than 10.5" that they show in the specs page. Who's rolling a 980 ti and what kind? I just want one that stops the fans during desktop use.
It will fit but like what i had mention awhile ago, you will be having clearance issues with its 8 pin connector. Since both msi gaming and armor 2x version pcb are fairly similar. Unless you use the super flat 8pin extensions on what tiberius has suggested
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