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

 
  • 93% (241)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
257 Total Votes  
post #1861 of 2739
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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

width? you meant height right?
width literally means slot occupation, this case can handle cards that are up to 2.4 slots wide.

I mean width/slot occupation.

Keep in mind, I haven't even opened my box yet to start installing parts (complicated reasons), so I have no idea how much room I'm actually working with here.
post #1862 of 2739
Does a 1080FE fit in here with the blower on it? I saw that the card is 11" but the SG13 is limited to 10.5" for the video card.
post #1863 of 2739
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Originally Posted by dougp View Post

Does a 1080FE fit in here with the blower on it? I saw that the card is 11" but the SG13 is limited to 10.5" for the video card.

What 1080 FE are you buying? All the FE models I've seen are 10.5" long.
post #1864 of 2739
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Originally Posted by miahallen View Post

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.

You're going to have to remind me again which card you had lol - I've slept since wink.gif

EDIT: Ah, saw your post... MSI GTX 980 gaming?

Cheers buddy
ras
Edited by ras2a - 7/19/16 at 11:38am
post #1865 of 2739
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Originally Posted by ras2a View Post

Hi guys, I currently have a Noctua NHL9i cooling my Intel 4670s CPU. I also have a 120mm Noctua fan at the front.

I see lots of talk about AIO cooling and wondered if the consensus was that this was better than air cooling for this case?

If so, is there a preferred AIO if I'm going to be using a GTX 1080 EVGA FTW alongside? Just wondering what would work best in tandem with that type of GFX card? In other words, is there also a consensus on which AIO works best in this case in terms of keeping things cool whilst also not being too loud?

Thanks a lot guys!
ras

Hi guys,

Any consensus on the above and what AOI's work best/are quietest? I will be replacing the Noctua NHL9i

Essentially, I'm a water cooling n00b, so any advice on which AIO / fans etc are preferred by you guys would be much valued smile.gif

Cheers all
ras
post #1866 of 2739
Quote:
Originally Posted by dpunk3 View Post

What 1080 FE are you buying? All the FE models I've seen are 10.5" long.

Because Gigabyte's website is stupid. I went ahead and ordered another SG13, since my previous one was cut into the frame for watercooling.
post #1867 of 2739
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Originally Posted by dougp View Post

Because Gigabyte's website is stupid. I went ahead and ordered another SG13, since my previous one was cut into the frame for watercooling.

All FE models of the 1080 will fit in the SG13 without modification to the frame.
post #1868 of 2739
Yes, I'm aware of that. My previous SG13 was cut for watercooling on a previous build, so I don't want to use it.
post #1869 of 2739
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Originally Posted by azertyasdf View Post

I actually sold the 290x last night.
Reasons:
I got a good price.
Price are on a down trend.
I don't play any games at the moment and the new months to come.
I figure there will be used 480 on the market in a few months. Some might even sell their reference to go with the other designs. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I know the 480 is not an upgrade at all, however I want it because of the lower power consumption and the (most probably going with reference) blower type design.

If I had a brand new and recent card that I know I would keep for years I might water cool it, but certainly not the 290x. And sticking to stock is my preference.
Can you tell me more about what you did to the 390 fans? Strapped them outside?

In which case yeah 480 sounds like a good plan. Good that you can wait and see what the non-ref design turn out like as well, I'm not sure the advantage of a blower type is as much as you get from the improved cooler design, might heat up your cpu a little more but with a non-K cpu you should have headroom there anyway.

My strapped fans were just temporary as the cooler was too big for the case (SG05 but more or less same as SG13 with a different face). It's now watercooled with an external rad, for low noise but also just as I wanted a project wink.gif

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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
1TB 2.5" Toshiba Hybrid Drive 120GB Kingston SSDNow V300 Teac BDrom XSPC Raystorm 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK FC GPU block Alphacool DC-LT Pump/top/res combo Alphacool ST30 360mm Rad 3* Enermax Twister Pressure 
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post #1870 of 2739
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Originally Posted by ras2a View Post

Hi guys,

Any consensus on the above and what AOI's work best/are quietest? I will be replacing the Noctua NHL9i

Essentially, I'm a water cooling n00b, so any advice on which AIO / fans etc are preferred by you guys would be much valued smile.gif

Cheers all
ras

I am the same, being a water cooling noob, I decided to buy a H60 SE, was the cheapest unit i could find and changed the stock fan out for a Noctua NF-F12 and my cpu barely breaks 45-50 degrees. That being said, my psu fan is the loudest part in my system unless i crack up my graphics card.

I would think any water cooler for the cpu you have (assuming it is the 4690S like you have said earlier) would work fine even with the stock fan.
In the end, whatever cooler you can find with any static pressure focused fan would be fine imo.
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