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post #1491 of 2673
what are the recommended CPU cooler options in this case?
post #1492 of 2673
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what are the recommended CPU cooler options in this case?

We should put in the OP something addressing this. But nevermind.
If you go here http://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/official-usff-sff-club/0_20#user_cooler, you will find a list of coolers used by the community. I would go for the Noctua NH-L9i as it offers great performance and it has a reasonable price.

Alternatively, any 120mm AIO cooler, 140mm if your GPU is short / not there.
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post #1493 of 2673
Noise tests for the R9 Nano in the Sugo
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post #1494 of 2673
is the 140 MM magnetic silverstone dust filter + 140 MM noctua 3000 pwm fan worth getting? Can I fit an m.2 SSD, a 3,5'' HDD, and a standard SSD in here reasonably easily?
post #1495 of 2673
what are good choices for Radeon GPUs in here? I have an Asus MG297Q freesync 2560x1440 27'' 4 ms monitor that I want to make use of
post #1496 of 2673
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is the 140 MM magnetic silverstone dust filter + 140 MM noctua 3000 pwm fan worth getting? Can I fit an m.2 SSD, a 3,5'' HDD, and a standard SSD in here reasonably easily?

from Silverstone manual

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

You can install the m2 on your mobo, and either 2x 2.5" or 1x 3.5" drives.
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what are good choices for Radeon GPUs in here? I have an Asus MG297Q freesync 2560x1440 27'' 4 ms monitor that I want to make use of

Budget? The Nano could be a good choice but it throttles. The Fury X fits and works well.

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post #1497 of 2673
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from Silverstone manual

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

You can install the m2 on your mobo, and either 2x 2.5" or 1x 3.5" drives.
Budget? The Nano could be a good choice but it throttles. The Fury X fits and works well.


thank you for the information, on second thought I think I will just go for 2x 2.5 and m.2 the 3.5 looks to run hot and not really meant for this build. For the GPU I don't really need something this intense, I do want to fully power my 2560x1440 144hz 4ms monitor, but the most intensive game I play is CS:GO at low settings. I suppose something like an R9 390 or R9 380 would be overkill but I am concerned about their temperatures.
post #1498 of 2673
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thank you for the information, on second thought I think I will just go for 2x 2.5 and m.2 the 3.5 looks to run hot and not really meant for this build. For the GPU I don't really need something this intense, I do want to fully power my 2560x1440 144hz 4ms monitor, but the most intensive game I play is CS:GO at low settings. I suppose something like an R9 390 or R9 3ould be overkill but I am concerned about their temperatures.

to be honest the best choice at the moment is to wait for a little longer. both GPU vendors are going to present new models very soon. is the new gpu urgent?
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post #1499 of 2673
i'm without a computer and just making the build now, I can go without a gpu for sure.
post #1500 of 2673
skylake's IGP is more than enough for some light gaming sessions, so going without a GPU for a while is actually pretty decent.
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