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

 
  • 93% (233)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
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post #1401 of 2552
Has anyone tried to light up their SG13B? Maybe some LEDs for the front side of the chasis biggrin.gif

I got the Coolermaster Seidon 120V Plus cooler which has the CM JetFlo fan series.



I really want to use this, but I already have a pair of 2x Gentle Typhoons 1850 ready to be installed T_T (are also quieter and have better static pressure)


Edit:
CM JetFlo
1600 RPM @ 28 dBA or 1200 RPM (19 dBA)
Static Pressure: 2.72mm H20
Airflow: 95 CFM

Scythe Gentle Typhoon
1850RPM @ 28dBA
Static Pressure: 2.9mm H20
Airflow: 58.3CFM

Numbers seem better for the CM though o.O
Edited by Flamingo - 1/23/16 at 11:30am
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post #1402 of 2552
CM's numbers are superficial, its the "ideal scenario" on a test rig under free-flow (no obstructions).
if you put that fan on a radiator, it'll drop to like 20~30CFM.

Scythe on the other hand is a bit more of a "best case scenario" where typical usage of it is considered (with a grill).
if you put the GT on a radiator, it'll drop to like 30~40CFM.


in practice GT outperforms CM jetflo.
post #1403 of 2552
I've two Jetflo on my Hyper 212X and 5 more Jetflo in my computer case, they moved air like crazy. They are the best performing fans i've ever seen in terms of CFM. But they are also the noisiest fans i've ever experienced. It's like a helicopter taking off.
post #1404 of 2552
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Originally Posted by revanchrist View Post

I've two Jetflo on my Hyper 212X and 5 more Jetflo in my computer case, they moved air like crazy. They are the best performing fans i've ever seen in terms of CFM. But they are also the noisiest fans i've ever experienced. It's like a helicopter taking off.

Dont know what is that so, the numbers supposedly match that of the GT @ rated speeds. Guess like epic1337 said, those numbers arent completely accurate.
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post #1405 of 2552
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Originally Posted by Muxzi View Post

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

Definitely go with a Static Pressure fan. It helps pushing air through the case and getting it out of it. I have an Industrial Noctua 3000pwm fan and love it.
post #1406 of 2552
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Originally Posted by Icanthelplt90 View Post

Definitely go with a Static Pressure fan. It helps pushing air through the case and getting it out of it. I have an Industrial Noctua 3000pwm fan and love it.

Wish i'd seen this sooner. I went with a high airflow fan because there wasn't anything blocking the airs path. I'll be posting pictures in a few days when my graphics card arrives but the build is looking good so far.

I may pick up a Static pressure fan aswell and switch around to do some tests. However i've been doing some cable management today and my word is this case a pain. Love it though

Cheers

Muxzi
post #1407 of 2552
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Originally Posted by Muxzi View Post

Wish i'd seen this sooner. I went with a high airflow fan because there wasn't anything blocking the airs path. I'll be posting pictures in a few days when my graphics card arrives but the build is looking good so far.

I may pick up a Static pressure fan aswell and switch around to do some tests. However i've been doing some cable management today and my word is this case a pain. Love it though

Cheers

Muxzi

My build is a a page or two back. Yeah it is a little bit of a pain, but its worth it when its done. I barely use mine, but its still sitting there looking pretty haha.
post #1408 of 2552
Hi! I just bought this case. Can someone help me decide if I should go AIO or just air cooling? Here are my specs:

CPU: i5-4690k
Motherboard: GA-Z97N-WIFI
RAM: G.Skill TridentX 16GB (2x8GB)
SSD: 850 EVO 120GB 2.5"
GPU: MSI GTX 970 Gaming
PSU: Silverstone ST45SF-G 450W 80+ Gold

I have two choices:
  1. A) NF-F12 + L9i (or anything you guys would like to suggest)
  2. B) H55/H60 (suggestions, please, thanks)

Honestly, I didn't have plans on buying an aftermarket cooler yet until I read here that the stock cooler would be that bad especially on a non-blower style GPU.

PS: I wouldn't be overclocking in this build. If anyone's gonna ask, I was on ATX build and will just re-use my CPU. I replaced my PSU because I had to bring this every weekend to my girlfriend's.
Edited by ultrapan - 1/26/16 at 1:27am
post #1409 of 2552
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Originally Posted by ultrapan View Post

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id say stick to an aio. Butif you really want it lighter, go get a scythe big shuriken or a nitrogon 06 pro. Think it would work better than the l9i
post #1410 of 2552
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Originally Posted by ultrapan View Post

Hi! I just bought this case. Can someone help me decide if I should go AIO or just air cooling? Here are my specs:

CPU: i5-4690k
Motherboard: GA-Z97N-WIFI
RAM: G.Skill TridentX 16GB (2x8GB)
SSD: 850 EVO 120GB 2.5"
GPU: MSI GTX 970 Gaming
PSU: Silverstone ST45SF-G 450W 80+ Gold

I have two choices:
  1. A) NF-F12 + L9i (or anything you guys would like to suggest)
  2. B) H55/H60 (suggestions, please, thanks)

Honestly, I didn't have plans on buying an aftermarket cooler yet until I read here that the stock cooler would be that bad especially on a non-blower style GPU.

PS: I wouldn't be overclocking in this build. If anyone's gonna ask, I was on ATX build and will just re-use my CPU. I replaced my PSU because I had to bring this every weekend to my girlfriend's.

I went with the l9i and the NF-a12 i love it, i have a h80 sitting around but decided the l9i did the job well enough. I may watercool my gpu though.
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