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

 
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    Yes
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    No
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post #1881 of 2673
Does anyone know where can I get a mesh sheet that matches the front mesh of the SG13? (Don't need the indents)

It feels like it's made of steel, because it's cold (unlike plastic) and hard (unlike aluminium) to touch.

I thought it was wire mesh, but looking closely I think it's actually fine perforated sheet.

It's hard to measure but I think they are 1mm holes with 1mm pitch?

I have seen it used a lot in cases' ventilation, but have never been able to find a source to buy a sheet of it.

It's for a case mod project.

Thanks.
post #1882 of 2673
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Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

Does anyone know where can I get a mesh sheet that matches the front mesh of the SG13? (Don't need the indents)

It feels like it's made of steel, because it's cold (unlike plastic) and hard (unlike aluminium) to touch.

I thought it was wire mesh, but looking closely I think it's actually fine perforated sheet.

It's hard to measure but I think they are 1mm holes with 1mm pitch?

I have seen it used a lot in cases' ventilation, but have never been able to find a source to buy a sheet of it.

It's for a case mod project.

Thanks.

If you're cutting it to size yourself you can just go to any hardware store and buy some metal mesh. Some stores will even cut it to size for you.
post #1883 of 2673
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Originally Posted by bchan009 View Post

If you're cutting it to size yourself you can just go to any hardware store and buy some metal mesh. Some stores will even cut it to size for you.

Unfortunately I can't find anything as fine and as dense as the one on the SG13, and that's the problem frown.gif

They only sell wire mesh, or non-dense perforated sheets.
post #1884 of 2673
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Originally Posted by wywywywy View Post

Unfortunately I can't find anything as fine and as dense as the one on the SG13, and that's the problem frown.gif

They only sell wire mesh, or non-dense perforated sheets.

Time to get creative then. How about you try using mosquito screens, like the kind found on windows and screen doors? Because it's not sturdy enough on its own you can attach it to a backing made of a stiffer mesh/grating.

So basically:

case frame --> grating with big holes --> mosquito netting/fine mesh sheet

Don't ask me how to affix it though. I'm not brave enough to do surgery on my two precious SG13 rigs. =[
post #1885 of 2673
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Originally Posted by bchan009 View Post

Time to get creative then. How about you try using mosquito screens, like the kind found on windows and screen doors? Because it's not sturdy enough on its own you can attach it to a backing made of a stiffer mesh/grating.

So basically:

case frame --> grating with big holes --> mosquito netting/fine mesh sheet

Don't ask me how to affix it though. I'm not brave enough to do surgery on my two precious SG13 rigs. =[
pantyhose, you basically stretch the pantyhose over the entire case and thats it.
but on his case however, you place it between the front-panel and the case.

whats the purpose of this though? air filter or just a fancy replacement for the front panel?
Edited by epic1337 - 7/23/16 at 8:13am
post #1886 of 2673
Thanks for the replies.
Quote:
Originally Posted by bchan009 View Post

Time to get creative then. How about you try using mosquito screens, like the kind found on windows and screen doors? Because it's not sturdy enough on its own you can attach it to a backing made of a stiffer mesh/grating.

So basically:

case frame --> grating with big holes --> mosquito netting/fine mesh sheet

Don't ask me how to affix it though. I'm not brave enough to do surgery on my two precious SG13 rigs. =[

Unfortunately they are wire mesh not perforated sheets, so they don't look anywhere near as good frown.gif

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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

pantyhose, you basically stretch the pantyhose over the entire case and thats it.
but on his case however, you place it between the front-panel and the case.

whats the purpose of this though? air filter or just a fancy replacement for the front panel?

For a case mod project, and the new case will be placed right next to my SG13s so I want the style to be close.

I also want to ask about the SG13 Pantone colour code but I doubt anyone here can answer that tongue.gif
post #1887 of 2673
Hi guys,

I've actually got the SG-13B (solid front panel, NOT mesh). Is it still possible to install AIO with this case due to the radiator? I would assume there is nowhere for the hot air to vent out of without the holes in the mesh panel?

Forgive my total lack of understanding for the AIO water coolers smile.gif

EDIT: Should also ask that if I do need the Mesh front for installing AIO, then I'm guessing it's wishful thinking that I could potentially buy the mesh front on it's own?

Cheers guys
ras
Edited by ras2a - 7/24/16 at 12:04am
post #1888 of 2673
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Originally Posted by gavrook View Post

Just thought i'd update on the above, finally got all my parts and assembled tonight. couldn't have been easier!

Both CPU and GPU are overclocked, CPU at 4.64Ghz and +100Mhz boost on the 1080, haven't pushed that any harder yet, it was the first setting i tried and it's fine so far.
Even benchmarking or stressing my CPU doesn't get over 63 and GPU doesn't get over 75!

There is quite a bit of room with the EVGA GTX 1080 Superclocked that i'm pretty sure the FTW would fit perfectly fine and am slightly regretting not getting it and taking a risk, don't quote me on that though.

Overall couldn't be happier!

Hi Gavrook,

Would you mind sharing a couple of pics of your build?

I'm also upgrading my system with water cooling and like the look of the NZXT kraken 31

thanks a lot
ras
post #1889 of 2673
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Originally Posted by ras2a View Post

Hi guys,

I've actually got the SG-13B (solid front panel, NOT mesh). Is it still possible to install AIO with this case due to the radiator? I would assume there is nowhere for the hot air to vent out of without the holes in the mesh panel?

Forgive my total lack of understanding for the AIO water coolers smile.gif

EDIT: Should also ask that if I do need the Mesh front for installing AIO, then I'm guessing it's wishful thinking that I could potentially buy the mesh front on it's own?

Cheers guys
ras

You can still install an aio water cooler.

Sg13 has two vents on the sides of the front panel. Obviously the mesh version has more ventilation than the solid, but the solid DOES have some holes for intake.
post #1890 of 2673
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Originally Posted by bchan009 View Post

You can still install an aio water cooler.

Sg13 has two vents on the sides of the front panel. Obviously the mesh version has more ventilation than the solid, but the solid DOES have some holes for intake.

So it's perfectly fine to install AIO in my version of the case? Perfect - thank you for that!

Do you use an AIO and if so, which model?

I've really no idea which to go for, the Kraken or one of the Corsair units. I want to ensure the end result is as neat as possible

thanks mate
ras
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