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

 
  • 93% (236)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
252 Total Votes  
post #1791 of 2673
There is enough room for a normal sized 120mm fan on the Big Shuriken. I briefly tried a Noctua Redux on mine and it was much quieter.
post #1792 of 2673
Quote:
Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

There is enough room for a normal sized 120mm fan on the Big Shuriken. I briefly tried a Noctua Redux on mine and it was much quieter.

Awesome! Did the mounting clips from the Scythe fan work okay on the larger 120mm Noctua? Also, am I on the right track by trying out a pull configuration? I've heard conflicting opinions on the direction.
post #1793 of 2673
If I remember correctly, yes I think I used the original clips from the Scythe. I also tried pointing my SX500-LG both up and down. Pointing up was marginally better. For me anyway.
post #1794 of 2673
Looks to me like the fan retaining clips grab the bottom of the fan. Thickness shouldn't matter.

I wish white SG13's were available here in Australia (or at least local to me).
post #1795 of 2673
Hi i'm planning to build one of these and just had a couple of questions, mostly on how to keep the thing cool

I currently have a Thermaltake water 3.0 Pro with a thick Rad like the H80i, would I be OK using that with 1 fan as I assume 2 fans don't fit, or would a H55/H60/H75 with 2 fans be a better cooler?

Also I'm wanting a 1080 in this but was really hoping not to get ripped off by going for a Founders Edition but I'm guessing it's going to be the better choice in this case over the EVGA SC or FTW?

Lastly It looks like the Corsair 600W SFF is better than the Silverstone? It's quite a bit more expensive here than the Silverstone and i need to buy the ATX adapter on top, is it still worth the extra?

Thanks!
post #1796 of 2673
45mm rad with 1 rubbish fan is keeping my 6700k and a 760 cool thus far.

I just grabbed a Corsair SF450 over a Silverstone unit based on reviews and also the 7 year warranty. I have previously owned a Silverstone 450G and it was faultless.

From what I was reading the 450w corsair has a quieter fan profile. I have previously benched a 4770K @50x and a 970SC @1554mhz with the Silverstone 450w psu and it was rock solid and was also running a pump and 7 fans all at full speed. You might not need 600w.
post #1797 of 2673
Thanks Paule i've been doing plenty of research today and looks like I've got my build sorted. Could probably get away with the 450W but considering I plan on overclocking an i7 and GTX 1080 i'm gonna spend the extra and go the 600w to be safe, better than buying twice.

SG13 (obviously)
i7 6700K
ASUS Z170i Pro Gaming
Corsair 16gb 3200C6
Samsung 950 Pro
EVGA 1080 SC ACX
Corsair SF600 (Plus ATX adapter)
NZXT Kraken X31


And reusing a couple of old parts:
Samsung 850 EVO 1TB
2x Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1800rpm

I know most people say "buy a blower card" but plenty of people say they're using a free-air card fine. Plus i think the airflow from dual gentle-typhoons should help get rid of the hot air and got no Physical HDD's to overheat.

I have already bought the GPU as it came up on nowinstock about an hour ago, nothing else is purchased yet so any input would be great
post #1798 of 2673
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Originally Posted by Paulie AU View Post

45mm rad with 1 rubbish fan is keeping my 6700k and a 760 cool thus far.

How cool is cool? And what are the fan and pump speeds at idle and load?
Edited by wywywywy - 7/6/16 at 6:24am
post #1799 of 2673
Guys hello there I'm gonna build a dormitory-rig using these parts (they were dirt cheap):

AMD x4 860k
AsRock A68M-ITX
GSkill Ripjaws (2x4)
Corsair NeutronGTX 256GB
Seagate Momentus 500GB
XFX R9 270x DD Black Ed.
Corsair H70 (only push)

But the issue is, i can either choose Corsair VS450 (non-modular) or Xigmatek Tauro 500w (semi-modular). I know that those are not the best on the market, but there is a reality. I'm a student and therefore I don't have the bucks since i invested a lot on my main rig (which is heavy as hell and currently occupied by my brother).

So my question is, can this beautiful case cope with a non-modular PSU (which will have unused molex and floppy cables, approx. 2-3 cables total) or should i go with that Xig. I've seen posts regarding some rigs with non-modular PSUs, but i want to clarify it for one more time.
post #1800 of 2673
Silverstone SG13-B can fit the latest MSI GTX1070/1080 Gaming X (279mm long) graphic card or not?
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