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

 
  • 93% (233)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
249 Total Votes  
post #1421 of 2578
Quote:
Originally Posted by Icanthelplt90 View Post

Nice, But unless its a blower style AMD card, Nvidia performs so much better in this case. I hate how hot my 290x gets, and i know the 3xx series is supposed to be better. But i don't know about using it in such a small case

Why does nvidia perform better? Because they run cooler or a fan-hsf thing? Also blower style cards are so big. Ill guess Ill check up with the Nano + Sugo owner to see how things are going with him.

Another problem with the Nano is the coil whine, I already have one from the PSU/Mobo, with the nano, it could become a whistling party lol.
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post #1422 of 2578
Guys post your spec and peak temps during full load please

Specs:
Case: SG13B-Q
CPU : i5 3450
Cooler : Kraken x31 with push/pull
GPU : GTX 970 w/ HerculeZ X2 cooler
PSU : Seasonic X series 760 (fan facing m/b)

Case cover removed:
CPU : 55C
GPU : 82C

Case cover on:
CPU : 63C
GPU : 86C

ps: aseembling push pull with 150mm+ ATX PSU is a nightmare
Edited by azdesign - 1/29/16 at 4:18am
post #1423 of 2578
Peak temps folding on CPU and GPU:

CPU: 62
GPU: 60

My rad fan does not exceed 1200RPM
post #1424 of 2578
Quote:
Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Peak temps folding on CPU and GPU:

CPU: 62
GPU: 60

My rad fan does not exceed 1200RPM

What is your GPU? Also, do you remove the case cover?
post #1425 of 2578
CPU Temperatures @ stock with case cover.
Idle: 25C
Dota 2 - 55C
Rendering: 78C

CPU 6700k stock
Cooler Seidon 120V + 2x GT 1850 Push/Pull
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post #1426 of 2578
Quote:
Originally Posted by Flamingo View Post

CPU Temperatures @ stock with case cover.
Idle: 25C
Dota 2 - 55C
Rendering: 78C

CPU 6700k stock
Cooler Seidon 120V + 2x GT 1850 Push/Pull
78C CPU, isn't that a bit dangerous? for CPU its should be normal, but isnt the ambient temperature should be around 65-70C? Won't that damage other components?



Cramped, stored inside a closed cabinet with 200mm fan behind it, helps cool ambient temps. Still, until I change the PSU, wont be using case cover for a while. Seasonic X series's fan WONT spin unless the inside of the PSU hot enough
Edited by azdesign - 1/29/16 at 5:22am
post #1427 of 2578
Quote:
Originally Posted by Flamingo View Post

Why does nvidia perform better? Because they run cooler or a fan-hsf thing? Also blower style cards are so big. Ill guess Ill check up with the Nano + Sugo owner to see how things are going with him.

Another problem with the Nano is the coil whine, I already have one from the PSU/Mobo, with the nano, it could become a whistling party lol.

It is because the 9xx series are so much cooler than AMD. I could care less about noise as my sg13 with my 290x is a lan box so it hardly gets used. Its just with such a small case you don't want the card to thermal throttle and Nvidia (compared to equivalent AMD) is a better bet for that if you are wanting high end.
post #1428 of 2578
Quote:
Originally Posted by azdesign View Post

78C CPU, isn't that a bit dangerous? for CPU its should be normal, but isnt the ambient temperature should be around 65-70C? Won't that damage other components?



Motherboard and PCH temperatures seem fine according to hwinfo. But now I have a reason to purchase a laser temp reading gun for this purpose biggrin.gif
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD FX 8350  Asus M5A99X Evo R2.0 Asus 7970 ROG Matrix Platinum Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) 1600Mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 840 Evo 128GB WD Caviar Green 1TB Coolermaster Seidon 120M Windows 7 Ultimate 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse Pad
BenQ XL2411T Coolermaster V550S  Coolermaster Storm Stryker Steelseries Diablo III QcK Mousepad 
Other
Zalman ZM-MFC3 Controller 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 2410M Some Quanta nvida Geforce GT540M Hyundai 6GB DDR3 
OS
Windows 7 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel 6700k Asrock Z170 Gaming-ITX/ac R9 Nano Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingPowerCase
Samsung 850 Evo 250GB M.2 CoolerMaster Seidon 120V Plus Silverstone SX-500 LG Silverstone Sugo SG13B 
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post #1429 of 2578
I recently moved my HTPC into a SilverStone SG13B-Q and I am impressed with it considering it was only $40.

My PSU was a challenge because my Antec Earthwatts was not modular and had a lot of extra cables. I trimmed all the cables I was not using and just kept an extra SATA and molex connector for future use. Then after all that it still looked like crud because it does not come sleeved. Did not want to invest a lot of money and time so I just used black wire conduit (only $1 at Harbor Freight) and came out good.









Temps are what is to be expected for such a tiny case. GPU tops out at 63 and the hottest core on the 2600K at 68. Full specs of the rig is in my sig.
Edited by gtz - 1/29/16 at 1:57pm
post #1430 of 2578
Quote:
Originally Posted by azdesign View Post

What is your GPU? Also, do you remove the case cover?

Gtx 960 Strix
Nope
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