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

 
  • 93% (238)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
254 Total Votes  
post #1811 of 2698
So, my new parts arrived and I put the system together...two problems:
  1. The MSI GTX 980 GAMING 4G does not fit very well
    • First off, the two 8-pin PEG connectors are positions so that the wires are squished in the front frame of the case.
    • Secondly, The card is too tall to allow space to properly install the 3.5" drive.
  2. The USB ports gave me huge headaches while trying to install. They would not recognize my KB/M. If you run into this issue, you can use PS/2 port emulation in the BIOS. I had to use this until the USB3.0 drivers were properly installed or the OS would not acknowledge my KB/M

The system is now up and running and I'm very happy with the results:
For overclocking it was easy-peasy....just set the XMP profile, added CPU voltage offset to +100mV and set the multiplier to x45...badda-bing-badda-boom!

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post #1812 of 2698
That's great news if that's the case? I need to check my case out and see what free space I have available, but if you can fit your card then it does sound like the MSI 1070 X will fit (279mm). What specific model of card do you have?

Cheers
Ras
post #1813 of 2698
Quote:
Originally Posted by nerdcase View Post

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

Ah sorry only just saw your edited post. Still, definitely worth checking. We do have a few other options I think, including going for the 1070 ITX mini (when it's released) or the EVGA FTW etc. Still, like you, I'd prefer the MSI X series... Would need to check the power connector position, as nerdcase suggests.
post #1814 of 2698
So all my parts arrived during the week and got the pc build and was quite an easy and casual build
Ended up throwing the following into the case
I5 6500
Asus B150i-Pro
16GB Hyper X Fury 2133 DDR4 Ram
Silverstone SX-600G PSU
Corsair H60 w/ NF-F12 fan in push config
Samsung 850 EVO 500gb M.2
OCZ Arc 100 480gb SSD
and Gigabyte R9 390 G1 Gaming gpu

all inside of the SG13 with front mesh
Temps are quite good, only issue i have is the PSU fan being the loudest part of the whole build once it warms up, so I've ordered a Scythe Slipstream in the slim variant that ill attach to the inside of the case top to keep it cooler and bring some more air into the case.

And the obligatory prebuild photos with a cooler + mobo fitted and gpu fitted for length. We all know how it looks on the outside anyway so if anyone really would like to see, I can get the extra photo. Also im in the process of getting a new monitor and powerboard that ill use to neaten everything under the desk up




Edited by MashedPotato1 - 7/9/16 at 10:39pm
post #1815 of 2698
how loud is that gigabyte 390?
post #1816 of 2698
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Originally Posted by akromatic View Post

how loud is that gigabyte 390?

below is my current fan curve, but i will add the fans dont actually spin up unless about 60 degrees.
It runs at a reasonably quiet volume below 50% fan speed and i never get it about 55% max speed on the fans, the sudden spike in my curve is purely there due it being inside a small case and limited air flow to maintain its temps. I think it comes down to what you find is an acceptable volume for fans. But i dont find it runs to loud for own liking, unless its hitting more than 60-65% fan speed, but then I switch to my headphones


I dont play anything graphically intensive, i tend to play Blizzard titles, Fallout with plenty of mods and as of late Doom (inclusive of the original titles). Occasionally CoH2 does produce some interesting temps.

tl;dr - I find it runs not to loud for my own liking, if gets to loud, headphones go on.
post #1817 of 2698
Quote:
Originally Posted by ras2a View Post

That's great news if that's the case? I need to check my case out and see what free space I have available, but if you can fit your card then it does sound like the MSI 1070 X will fit (279mm). What specific model of card do you have?

Cheers
Ras

Hey Ras...I have the card I linked...also 279mm long and 140mm high. The 1070 should fit as well...but like I said, getting the PEG connections hooked up was challenging and the 3.5" drive does not latch in properly.
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post #1818 of 2698
Quote:
Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

How cool is cool? And what are the fan and pump speeds at idle and load?

After a good long game of BF4, with room temp at 23 degrees C I averaged about 55 degrees on GPU and 62 degrees on CPU. Currently both my fan and pump run at 1200rpm. Playing something like Forza the GPU runs at about 44 degrees and CPU mid 50's.

I currently have the CPU running 42x @ 1.190v.

I am intending to add a EK Vardar 2200rpm fan. I don't expect to use the top end but given it can run at 40% in the specs I am happy with 880rpm as minimum.

Also I guess photo with the PSU is in order

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And size compared to my ol Lian Li thrasher smile.gif

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Edited by Paulie AU - 7/12/16 at 4:07am
post #1819 of 2698
Geez...with the waterblock it opens up quite a bit of space next to the GPU. I wonder if you could fit a 3.5" drive in there? Nice builds...which one is more powerful tongue.gif
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post #1820 of 2698
Quote:
Originally Posted by Paulie AU View Post

After a good long game of BF4, with room temp at 23 degrees C I averaged about 55 degrees on GPU and 62 degrees on CPU. Currently both my fan and pump run at 1200rpm. Playing something like Forza the GPU runs at about 44 degrees and CPU mid 50's.

I currently have the CPU running 42x @ 1.190v.

I am intending to add a EK Vardar 2200rpm fan. I don't expect to use the top end but given it can run at 40% in the specs I am happy with 880rpm as minimum.

Also I guess photo with the PSU is in order

Nice temps!

I've got a second AIO coming in, this time cooling the GPU with an NZXT G10. So I'll be running 2 pumps/rads. I hope my temps and fan speeds are going to be as good as yours.

Quote:
Originally Posted by miahallen View Post

Geez...with the waterblock it opens up quite a bit of space next to the GPU. I wonder if you could fit a 3.5" drive in there? Nice builds...which one is more powerful tongue.gif

Just put it in the thrasher tongue.gif Seriously though, it could also be a nice space for a 120mm exhaust fan.
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