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

 
  • 93% (236)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
252 Total Votes  
post #1761 of 2673
Check your load voltage.

I am using a Thermalright AXP100 with a GT15 @ 1850. I get 80+C as well during load, 90C if the graphics card is dumping plenty of heat in the system. 4790K @ 1.22v auto but I set it to 1.15v. Which still gives very high temps. And It's a delidded chip. mad.gif
Front fan is set to exhaust. Also a GT15
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Originally Posted by Jowersman View Post

Hey guys I'm using the SG13B (obviously) with the Silverstone AR06 air cooler, Silencio FP120 case fan with 4790k processor. During Heavy Load CPU stress test I am approaching CPU temps of almost 90C. This has got me nervous. I have the case fan blowing air into the case. Why are my temps this high? Should I invest in a Corair liquid CPU or something? I figured what I have would keep temps normal :/

I may have applied too much thermal paste but I have no idea if that would make my temps soar.

i7-4790k
16GB ram
1TB SSD
EVGA 980Ti SC+ ACX 2.0
Corair SF600 PSU
post #1762 of 2673
Just built one of these up last night for HTPC duties. I read through this thread a good deal before buying the case so thought I would throw something in for others looking at it.

Running:
6700K under a XSPC Raystorm block
ASUS Z170I Gaming Pro
G.Skill 3866c18 2x4gb
GTX 760 with EK FC670 Block

Alphacool XT45 120mm rad with a rubbish spare case fan I had lying around.
Phobya DC12 220 pump

Silverstone ST60F-PS with normal cable kit.

256GB M.2 and 700GB 2.5" HDD for storage.

I haven't got a finished pic with the PSU in, but was able to reinstall the top SSD/HDD bracket and keep all cabling neat with the watercooling in there.

So far in testing with the 6700K stock it runs 52 degrees in XTU and in forza the GPU maxed out at 44 degrees. Intend to install BF4 and give it a good couple of hours to see where temps settle.

C2kMjgX.jpg

I would rate the watercooling as easy (first non rigid build). Cabling neatly was a pain though. Am going to grab some more 90 degree rotary fittings to tidy things up. All watercooling was done with gear I had lying around.
post #1763 of 2673
look who it is wink.gif looks clean mate. No T-line at this stage?
post #1764 of 2673
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

look who it is wink.gif looks clean mate. No T-line at this stage?

Haha, yeah I am a lurker on here smile.gif Reckon I looked at most of the custom loop builds in the thread.

Didn't go with a tee line due to not having one available. Worked out I could feed the pump from the bottom of the rad so it would take a good deal of water loss before the pump can suck air (well that is the plan).
post #1765 of 2673
So do you feed it before fitting the rad in? And how long did it take to feed properly with no air trap?
post #1766 of 2673
I bled it as per the photo below. Both tubes acted as breathers with the longer one used to fill from. If you look really close you can see the liquid in the standing tube before all the air came out. It took about 350mL all up. A tonne easier than trying to bleed a Fractal Kelvin (which I resorted to using a res to help bleeding in another build).

onUKZYo.jpg

The "top" ports for the rad fit in the side of the case by maybe 1mm. Admittedly they are the big EK allen key ones so the thinner alphacool ones would fit slightly better.

My PSU has just died (making some horrible electrical sounds.....poor old girl....... guess I will be grabbing a SFX or SFXL now (keeping my options open for further ITX builds).
Edited by Paulie AU - 6/25/16 at 6:22am
post #1767 of 2673
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Originally Posted by Paulie AU View Post

I bled it as per the photo below. Both tubes acted as breathers with the longer one used to fill from. If you look really close you can see the liquid in the standing tube before all the air came out. It took about 350mL all up. A tonne easier than trying to bleed a Fractal Kelvin (which I resorted to using a res to help bleeding in another build).
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
onUKZYo.jpg

The "top" ports for the rad fit in the side of the case by maybe 1mm. Admittedly they are the big EK allen key ones so the thinner alphacool ones would fit slightly better.

My PSU has just died (making some horrible electrical sounds.....poor old girl....... guess I will be grabbing a SFX or SFXL now (keeping my options open for further ITX builds).
Very neat! I like the rads that have a fillport on the opposite side of the main ports, perfect for these tiny builds where a reservoir would be a waste of space.
post #1768 of 2673
Evening guys!
Ordeded my SG13 last night just waiting for it to arrive now

Planning on transplanting my current build that is
Thermaltake Core V1 (great case, but something just doesnt make me want a case that size now)
i5 4690
Asrock H97-itxm
16gb of G.Skill Ares Ram
240gb Intel 730 series SSD + 480gb OCZ ARC 100 series SSD
Gigabyte G1 Gaming R9 390 (i know this will be a furnace)

Also changing over my psu to a SX600-G SFX, managed to pick it up at a better price than the 500w SFX-L
And scored a cryorig C7 cooler from a mate that never used it in their build and for good measure throwing a 12cm Noctua A-FLX for some air flow.

Will post photos of the build as i go about it once all the parts arrive.
post #1769 of 2673
Quote:
Originally Posted by MashedPotato1 View Post

Evening guys!
Ordeded my SG13 last night just waiting for it to arrive now

Planning on transplanting my current build that is
Thermaltake Core V1 (great case, but something just doesnt make me want a case that size now)
i5 4690
Asrock H97-itxm
16gb of G.Skill Ares Ram
240gb Intel 730 series SSD + 480gb OCZ ARC 100 series SSD
Gigabyte G1 Gaming R9 390 (i know this will be a furnace)

Also changing over my psu to a SX600-G SFX, managed to pick it up at a better price than the 500w SFX-L
And scored a cryorig C7 cooler from a mate that never used it in their build and for good measure throwing a 12cm Noctua A-FLX for some air flow.

Will post photos of the build as i go about it once all the parts arrive.

Get the RX480 if you can, cooler, same performance and blower style.
8 CAORS
(13 items)
 
Dota 2 Radiator
(5 items)
 
ITX Powerhouse
(8 items)
 
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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8 CAORS
(13 items)
 
Dota 2 Radiator
(5 items)
 
ITX Powerhouse
(8 items)
 
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 #1770 of 2673
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Originally Posted by Flamingo View Post

Get the RX480 if you can, cooler, same performance and blower style.

was going to wait for the results once the card is actually released and read some user feedback before i do that. I was originally after a blower style card prior to buying my 390 but they seem to rare as hens teeth where im at brand new and second hand seem to be beyond their value imo
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