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

 
  • 93% (238)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
254 Total Votes  
post #1801 of 2701
hi guys

i was planning to buy a noctua l9x65, will it fit ? i'm using a corsair sf600 so there is a little more room for cpu coolers, I think
post #1802 of 2701
Quote:
Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

I have a list for you.

1080
FE
EVGA ref blower
EVGA acx
EVGA ftw
KFA2 ref blower
MSI aero
INNO3D twin x2

1070
FE
EVGA acx
EVGA ftw
KFA2 ref blower
MSI aero

Not a lot of choice. So basically EVGA, preferably FTW because it's taller so the hot air is less likely to get into the CPU compartment. The problem is it has no stock... and you can't buy it!

The absolute best way is to get a reference blower for now, then wait for the EVGA hybrid cooler kit.

Hi guys,

can anyone elaborate further on the above list of cards that will fit our beloved SG13? My current 970 is an MSI gaming OC edition. Wondering if the new MSI GTX 1070 X will fit?

I don't use water cooling - have a Noctual NHL9i

EDIT: Just checked the MSI website and it looks as though the 1080 X is 10.9 inches frown.gif -- seem to recall we only have 10.5" to play with?

EDIT: Looks like the FE version of te 1070/1080 is getting great reviews:

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/nvidia_geforce_gtx_1070_review,30.html

cheers guys
ras
Edited by ras2a - 7/9/16 at 5:35am
post #1803 of 2701
Quote:
Originally Posted by brainst921 View Post

hi guys

i was planning to buy a noctua l9x65, will it fit ? i'm using a corsair sf600 so there is a little more room for cpu coolers, I think

With the PP08 bracket, yes. But I don't recommend it. Mine ran very hot and loud. I have now changed to a cheap AIO and am much happier. If you only want to use air, I recommend something a bit bigger, like the Big Shuriken or AXP-100 etc, depending on motherboard layout.
post #1804 of 2701
Quote:
Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

With the PP08 bracket, yes. But I don't recommend it. Mine ran very hot and loud. I have now changed to a cheap AIO and am much happier. If you only want to use air, I recommend something a bit bigger, like the Big Shuriken or AXP-100 etc, depending on motherboard layout.

Yes. It's best to use an AIO as the air cooler will not be getting cool air from anywhere. if you're using it for light gaming, then an air cooler is fine.

If one insists on air cooling, he can try inverting the PSU as a bottom intake. But the problem is the PSU will get hotter and I'm not sure in the long run it's fine.

AIO's can be pretty cheap these days so it's worth getting one as long as the ITX case fits.
post #1805 of 2701
Nobody know the MSI GTX 1070/1080 GAMING X Graphic card can fit into the SG13 or not?...someone pls reply
post #1806 of 2701
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Originally Posted by bong5329 View Post

Nobody know the MSI GTX 1070/1080 GAMING X Graphic card can fit into the SG13 or not?...someone pls reply

I already asked this, above. Check the MSI website for the specs -- it says that the 1070 'X' card is 279mm long (10.98")

So, no, it won't fit, as the SG13 only allows up to 10.5" cards. The EVGA 1070 FTW edition will fit, however! There is a huge backlog of orders on 1070's & 1080's at the moment so you may have to pre-order for when they come back in stock!

Cheers
ras
post #1807 of 2701
Quote:
Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

I have a list for you.

1080
FE
EVGA ref blower
EVGA acx
EVGA ftw
KFA2 ref blower
MSI aero
INNO3D twin x2

1070
FE
EVGA acx
EVGA ftw
KFA2 ref blower
MSI aero

Not a lot of choice. So basically EVGA, preferably FTW because it's taller so the hot air is less likely to get into the CPU compartment. The problem is it has no stock... and you can't buy it!

The absolute best way is to get a reference blower for now, then wait for the EVGA hybrid cooler kit.

Anyone know MSI GTX 1070/1080 GAMING X (279mm long) Graphic card can fit into the SG13 case or not?


Please help...

I saw someone posting about Gigabyte GTX 770 triple fans version it 282mm long and fit perfectly into the case....
post #1808 of 2701
Quote:
Originally Posted by dudewithafez View Post

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.


can someone help please?
post #1809 of 2701
Quote:
Originally Posted by bong5329 View Post

Anyone know MSI GTX 1070/1080 GAMING X (279mm long) Graphic card can fit into the SG13 case or not?


Please help...

I saw someone posting about Gigabyte GTX 770 triple fans version it 282mm long and fit perfectly into the case....

I already answered this... it will not fit, certainly not without case modification!!

279mm = 10.98 inches. SG13 can only accomodate 10.5 inches

EDIT: I totally stand corrected if the case will fit a 282mm card, but I assumed 10.5 inch was the absolute max?

I'm currently using the following card: KFA2 GeForce GTX 970 OC Silent "Infin8 Black Edition" - however, this is only 260mm long, but fits perfect

I'm going to wait a while on other vendor cards, but may even opt for the Gigabyte GTX 1070 ITX mini - looks like a little beast of a card and perfect form factor for these cases:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5923#kf


cheers
ras
Edited by ras2a - 7/9/16 at 10:21am
post #1810 of 2701
I use a EVGA card which is 267mm long. it still has plenty of room in front to spare before hitting the mesh grill.

I would say yes.. easily... there is more than 10mm left before touching the front grill

*edit*
Typo. it is 267mm, not 277mm
Measured with vernier calipers from edge of GPU's backplate to front of grill.
7mm left.
Hence total length of 277mm + 7mm = 284mm max
Do note the location of the GPU power connectors matter. if they are located on the edge, of a 284mm card, you might have problems plugging it in
Edited by nerdcase - 7/9/16 at 7:18pm
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