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

 
  • 93% (233)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
249 Total Votes  
post #1391 of 2549
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Officially, here are the changes we made for each revisions. Mostly are minor and shouldn't affect the majority of users:

V1.1 - Shorten two of the top cover clips to reduce friction with case's rivet points during installation.
V1.2 - Correct spelling error on retail box.
V1.3 - Update front I/O port design to prevent breakage.
V1.4 - Update top cover to eliminate possible interference with some power supply screw installation.
V1.5 - Increase drive plate mounting point to support new 3.5" enterprise hard drive specification.
V1.6 - Update retail box dimensions.

Hopefully this helps. Please keep in mind we can't provide availability of each version as we do not monitor every reseller/retailer's (there are about 500 of them!) stock status worldwide.

 

Awesome good to know!

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post #1392 of 2549
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Originally Posted by SilverStone View Post

Officially, here are the changes we made for each revisions. Mostly are minor and shouldn't affect the majority of users:

V1.1 - Shorten two of the top cover clips to reduce friction with case's rivet points during installation.
V1.2 - Correct spelling error on retail box.
V1.3 - Update front I/O port design to prevent breakage.
V1.4 - Update top cover to eliminate possible interference with some power supply screw installation.
V1.5 - Increase drive plate mounting point to support new 3.5" enterprise hard drive specification.
V1.6 - Update retail box dimensions.

Hopefully this helps. Please keep in mind we can't provide availability of each version as we do not monitor every reseller/retailer's (there are about 500 of them!) stock status worldwide.

I have 1.0, and I think I have the updated updated I/O port design.

I do hope SilverStone can provide a support bracket for a SFX PSU given a certain converter bracket. Even if the screws can support the weight, it's still sagging a little, and it feels unsafe and wrong to have your SFX/SFX-L just hanging there in the air.
post #1393 of 2549
Hey again all,

Just wondering if anyone could help clear something up for me.. I've found the 500w SFX powersupply i was looking at on amazon but i cant find conformation thats its the L version im looking for

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverStone-30269-SX500-Power-Supply/dp/B00QUH7PLY/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1453400105&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=500w+sfx+psu

Any ideas? Probably just me being stupid.

Thanks

Muxzi
post #1394 of 2549
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Hey again all,

Just wondering if anyone could help clear something up for me.. I've found the 500w SFX powersupply i was looking at on amazon but i cant find conformation thats its the L version im looking for

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverStone-30269-SX500-Power-Supply/dp/B00QUH7PLY/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1453400105&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=500w+sfx+psu

Any ideas? Probably just me being stupid.

Thanks

Muxzi
That is the sfxl version. Sfx ones uses a 92mm fan. smile.gif and i dont think they released a sfx 500w one. smile.gif
post #1395 of 2549
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That is the sfxl version. Sfx ones uses a 92mm fan. smile.gif and i dont think they released a sfx 500w one. smile.gif

Thanks, i thought that was the case but i thought id 100% check before i had to make some returns to amazon..

Muxzi
post #1396 of 2549
Hello,

I'm in the last stages of research for my build and im down to the GPU.. im looking at two cards and looking for some advice/opinions on how both of these will work inside the tight fitting SG13. My Main worry is that i've been told the heat produced from AMD cards can bottleneck performance.

Number 1: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B016EY8JMG?keywords=380x&qid=1453412726&ref_=sr_1_6&sr=8-6

Number 2:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gigabyte-Nvidia-Graphics-Cards-128-Bit/dp/B00UMVCYTM/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1453412873&sr=1-6&keywords=gigabyte+960

Any advice is welcome.

Thanks

Muxzi
Edited by Muxzi - 1/21/16 at 1:59pm
post #1397 of 2549
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Hello,

I'm in the last stages of research for my build and im down to the GPU.. im looking at two cards and looking for some advice/opinions on how both of these will work inside the tight fitting SG13. My Main worry is that i've been told the heat produced from AMD cards can bottleneck performance.

Number 1: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B016EY8JMG?keywords=380x&qid=1453412726&ref_=sr_1_6&sr=8-6

Number 2:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gigabyte-Nvidia-Graphics-Cards-128-Bit/dp/B00UMVCYTM/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1453412873&sr=1-6&keywords=gigabyte+960

Any advice is welcome.

Thanks

Muxzi

At that price difference I would definitely take a 380 over a 960. The heat of the 380 should be manageable, I ran fine with a 270x in an SG05 (very similar case) which I think is 180W TDP vs 190W on the 380. If anything it may just mean you won't be able to push big overclocks without it becoming a bit hot/noisy.
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post #1398 of 2549
hmm, still haven't got around a update for the replace power buttons, since October. Who should I hit up next?

sent another mail to on1/6 to usasupport@silverstonetek.com.
post #1399 of 2549
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Originally Posted by Muxzi View Post

Hello,

I'm in the last stages of research for my build and im down to the GPU.. im looking at two cards and looking for some advice/opinions on how both of these will work inside the tight fitting SG13. My Main worry is that i've been told the heat produced from AMD cards can bottleneck performance.

Number 1: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B016EY8JMG?keywords=380x&qid=1453412726&ref_=sr_1_6&sr=8-6

Number 2:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gigabyte-Nvidia-Graphics-Cards-128-Bit/dp/B00UMVCYTM/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1453412873&sr=1-6&keywords=gigabyte+960

Any advice is welcome.

Thanks

Muxzi

Go get the 380
post #1400 of 2549
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Go get the 380

Hey,

Managed to get my hands on that 380 smile.gif

Now, one thing i didnt anticipate and frankly didnt think about was the front intake fan. The card i went with is 9.3 inches long so i was thinking of going with a 140mm but wasnt sure between AF or SP fan.

Anyone got any reccomendations for the front of a SG13?

Thanks

Muxzi
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