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

 
  • 93% (242)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
258 Total Votes  
post #2081 of 2742
Hello!
I am here again, I put a photo of mine smile.gif
Hi, I'm new here and thought I'd leave my last PC, I'm waiting for the equipment to customize wired PSU as red, when it finished I put photos.


Sugo SG13
Asus z170 Gaming
Intel I5 6600k to 4.4
DDR4 to 3200
3x ssd samsung 850 evo 256GB
1x 500gb 5400 RPM
Corsair H75
Corsair AX860
Gigabyte G1 1070 GTX








post #2082 of 2742
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Originally Posted by SinLord View Post

yea i though of the H80i but:

didn't find a new H80i nor a used for sale...and i found some1 saying it wasn't 100% compatible, http://www.overclock.net/t/1563658/build-log-slippy-x99-itx-5820k-msi-980-ti-6g-sugo-sg13#post_24157046

Oh, that's pretty lame then. Definitely would have thought they would put more effort into ensure the bracket was usable...
post #2083 of 2742
Does anyone know of some good, small duffel bags that I can use to carry this case on an airplane? thumb.gif
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post #2084 of 2742
Hey guys, so I'm planning on building a small PC with the SG13 and I was wondering if y'all could take a look at my specs and tell me everything will work ok and fit.

CPU: Intel Core i5-6500
CPU Cooler: Stock cooler probably. Heard it's OK.
Motherboard: MSI H170I Pro AC
Memory: Kingston HyperX DDR4-2133 (2x4GB)
Storage: 1 Crucial 240GB SSD, 1 PNY 120 GB SSD
Video Card: MSI R9 380 4GB
Case: Silverstone SG13 (With the mesh front for better airflow)
PSU EVGA 750w G2

The case doesn't officially support both the PSU and the GPU, but I have read that it is possible. If I remove the top storage bracket I should be able to fit the PSU without to much trouble, is this true? And then I could mount one SSD on the bottom mount and stack the second one on top with velcro? I'm not sure how that would work, but I think I've seen someone do it.

As for the GPU, I've seen some videos where they have been able to fit a MSI GTX 970 which is supposedly 10.59" and my 380 is 10.55" so I think that shouldn't be a problem.
post #2085 of 2742
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Originally Posted by Chuck38 View Post

Hey guys, so I'm planning on building a small PC with the SG13 and I was wondering if y'all could take a look at my specs and tell me everything will work ok and fit.

CPU: Intel Core i5-6500
CPU Cooler: Stock cooler probably. Heard it's OK.
Motherboard: MSI H170I Pro AC
Memory: Kingston HyperX DDR4-2133 (2x4GB)
Storage: 1 Crucial 240GB SSD, 1 PNY 120 GB SSD
Video Card: MSI R9 380 4GB
Case: Silverstone SG13 (With the mesh front for better airflow)
PSU EVGA 750w G2

The case doesn't officially support both the PSU and the GPU, but I have read that it is possible. If I remove the top storage bracket I should be able to fit the PSU without to much trouble, is this true? And then I could mount one SSD on the bottom mount and stack the second one on top with velcro? I'm not sure how that would work, but I think I've seen someone do it.

As for the GPU, I've seen some videos where they have been able to fit a MSI GTX 970 which is supposedly 10.59" and my 380 is 10.55" so I think that shouldn't be a problem.

Why don't you go for a Corsair SF600? It should be more than enough for your system and is really tiny, giving you much more CPU clearance and space for the SSDs. I have the SF450 and love it!

Stock fan can be loud! Go for the Noctua L9x65 (made possible by the SF650 PSU)

The GPU should fit if you use a 120mm fan at the front.
post #2086 of 2742
I don't think I mentioned this, but I already have the PSU running in my current system and I'd really like to reuse it instead of buying a new one.

Will it fit?
post #2087 of 2742
Linus managed to fit a Titan X with 266,7mm in the case and there is a very small amount of space left. So the MSI R9 380 with 268mm length should just about fit... no guarantees though.

I personally do not think the PSU will fit. Look at this video. They are using a 160mm length PSU and yours is 180mm. I think that will be way too crammed for an SFX system.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjDJNwAANwA

Personally, I'd go for a Corsair SF600 with an Nvidia GTX 1060 and a quiet CPU cooler. The GTX 1060 has better results than the R9 380 and you can get a shorter version.

Also, I am using the i5 6600K and happily have it overclocked to 4,5Ghz. Maybe worth the extra 30€...
post #2088 of 2742
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Originally Posted by Chuck38 View Post

Hey guys, so I'm planning on building a small PC with the SG13 and I was wondering if y'all could take a look at my specs and tell me everything will work ok and fit.

CPU: Intel Core i5-6500
CPU Cooler: Stock cooler probably. Heard it's OK.
Motherboard: MSI H170I Pro AC
Memory: Kingston HyperX DDR4-2133 (2x4GB)
Storage: 1 Crucial 240GB SSD, 1 PNY 120 GB SSD
Video Card: MSI R9 380 4GB
Case: Silverstone SG13 (With the mesh front for better airflow)
PSU EVGA 750w G2

The case doesn't officially support both the PSU and the GPU, but I have read that it is possible. If I remove the top storage bracket I should be able to fit the PSU without to much trouble, is this true? And then I could mount one SSD on the bottom mount and stack the second one on top with velcro? I'm not sure how that would work, but I think I've seen someone do it.

As for the GPU, I've seen some videos where they have been able to fit a MSI GTX 970 which is supposedly 10.59" and my 380 is 10.55" so I think that shouldn't be a problem.

Think that 480 card is 1mm longer than my 390 so I think should be okay as seems SG13 has a little more space behind front panel than my SG05. Worst case may need to sand/dremel back of front panel a little.

Would recommend an sfx psu as it's already pretty tight getting everything in. My Silverstone ST45SF has been fine so might be a cheaper option if you don't need the latest and greatest.
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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 
KeyboardPowerCaseAudio
Rapoo e6700 Bluetooth with touchpad Silverstone SX550 Silverstone RVZ02 ATC Speaker and Amp ;) 
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post #2089 of 2742
Thanks for the suggestions and info.

I think if I'm gonna have to get a new PSU, then I might as well get a Silverstone RVZ02, which I much prefer over the SG13.

Again, thanks for all the posts. I might have actually gone and bought everything without you guys, that would have been a nightmare!
post #2090 of 2742
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Originally Posted by Chuck38 View Post

Thanks for the suggestions and info.

I think if I'm gonna have to get a new PSU, then I might as well get a Silverstone RVZ02, which I much prefer over the SG13.

Again, thanks for all the posts. I might have actually gone and bought everything without you guys, that would have been a nightmare!

No problem!
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