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

 
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    Yes
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    No
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post #1741 of 2663
You'd need to get the standoff height measurement, and then subtract the bulge of the m.2 slot from it.

You might just be better off buying more thermal pad or copper shim than necessary, and layering them if you fall short. You won't need a huge amount of heat transfer for the drive, unless your day-to-day use is something similar to a fileserver.

Regardless of what you end up doing, just remember that the speed of these m.2 drives is so high than you're gonna need some truly impressive file sizes to perform a throttling sustained write scenario.
Edited by fleetfeather - 6/13/16 at 1:02am
post #1742 of 2663
Hey guys I'm about to put together a SG13 build and I want to know what sort of backpack/small duffle bag this would comfortably and safely sit in. I did see a previous picture of this fitting in a backpack, but specific brands would be appreciated, thanks!
post #1743 of 2663
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Hey guys I'm about to put together a SG13 build and I want to know what sort of backpack/small duffle bag this would comfortably and safely sit in. I did see a previous picture of this fitting in a backpack, but specific brands would be appreciated, thanks!

You could take a look at Silverstone's own duffle bag: pretty sure it's called a Sugo Pack or Sugo Bag.

Even if you can't get your hands on one, the dimensions of the bag should give you a solid idea of the capacity and dimensions needed for a SG13 or similar.

Also, the dimensions of the SG13 should be readily available online
post #1744 of 2663
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Hey guys I'm about to put together a SG13 build and I want to know what sort of backpack/small duffle bag this would comfortably and safely sit in. I did see a previous picture of this fitting in a backpack, but specific brands would be appreciated, thanks!

Medium size - Underarmour and Reebok, both fit.

As for SilverStone bags, they dont make them anymore, couldnt find em anywhere.
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post #1745 of 2663
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You'd need to get the standoff height measurement, and then subtract the bulge of the m.2 slot from it.

You might just be better off buying more thermal pad or copper shim than necessary, and layering them if you fall short. You won't need a huge amount of heat transfer for the drive, unless your day-to-day use is something similar to a fileserver.

Regardless of what you end up doing, just remember that the speed of these m.2 drives is so high than you're gonna need some truly impressive file sizes to perform a throttling sustained write scenario.

Yep, if anyone has the standoff height measurements, please post them smile.gif - unfortunately the manual doesn't specify the exact height. I was thinking if the height was 15mm from case bottom to mobo underside, I might be able to get something like this on the m2 drive: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/24256/alphacool-gpu-heatsinks-15x15mm-black---10-pack/. Somehow I doubt the space will be quite that generous though. I think your suggestion to just buy more shims/padding than necessary is probably optimal if I can't find the exact measurements.

Edit: unfortunately I don't yet have the case so I can't measure the standoff myself.
post #1746 of 2663
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Yep, if anyone has the standoff height measurements, please post them smile.gif - unfortunately the manual doesn't specify the exact height. I was thinking if the height was 15mm from case bottom to mobo underside, I might be able to get something like this on the m2 drive: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/24256/alphacool-gpu-heatsinks-15x15mm-black---10-pack/. Somehow I doubt the space will be quite that generous though. I think your suggestion to just buy more shims/padding than necessary is probably optimal if I can't find the exact measurements.

Edit: unfortunately I don't yet have the case so I can't measure the standoff myself.

Vernier calipers says 10.2 mm exactly. Averaged out on all 4 standoffs would be 10.15mm

Alternatively you could dremel the bottom of the case where the M2 drive is. biggrin.gif
post #1747 of 2663
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Originally Posted by nerdcase View Post

Vernier calipers says 10.2 mm exactly. Averaged out on all 4 standoffs would be 10.15mm

Alternatively you could dremel the bottom of the case where the M2 drive is. biggrin.gif

You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar! Thank you =].
post #1748 of 2663
Would anyone recommend traveling with the GPU installed in the case? If not is there a traveling case for GPUs? Thanks!
post #1749 of 2663
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Would anyone recommend traveling with the GPU installed in the case? If not is there a traveling case for GPUs? Thanks!

I wrapped my GPU in its anti static bag and cushioned it with clothing. Survived the trip smile.gif
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Would anyone recommend traveling with the GPU installed in the case? If not is there a traveling case for GPUs? Thanks!

you would be fine leaving it in the case, i had my case dropped once with all the guts in it while it was still attached with cables and it even landed on the cabled rear first to the ground

everything survived, no damaged ports, nothing out of place. only thing that gave way as the PSU itself with the IEC connected mounting slightly wrapped

mind you with an ATX PSU its pretty snug with the GPU
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