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

 
  • 93% (236)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
252 Total Votes  
post #2101 of 2655
Got the EVGA FTW edition, it's huge but I managed to squeeze it in although it did scratch up my samsung ssd on the bottom.

On the plus note, I found out there was plastic covering one of the heatsinks on my asus motherboard as well as my 3.5" hdd being the cause of a lot of noise.

PC is so quiet now.

POOR SSD THOUGH
post #2102 of 2655
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Originally Posted by lurkingdevil View Post

I eventually bought a Silverstone SFX-L 500W PSU which I believe is 130mm. I was able to then install the HDD. However... the HDD ended up being the loudest thing in my PC and after a day I just took it out. I'm not sure I understand how the top metal braces against the front?



Sorry, guess it was kind of a vague comment. I meant that with a 140mm PSU, the top bracket sits flush against the front of the PSU, to the point where you have to really push against the PSU to get the screws for the bracket in. Between this and the brace on the right side of the case (which I added a strip of foam to) my PSU is well secured.
Edited by xpeterson - 10/5/16 at 1:11pm
post #2103 of 2655
Has anyone had success finding a good padded carry case for the SG13? I know that there used to be the Sugo pack but it is both discontinued and too large for the SG13.

I'm thinking something like this (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009GYIJPY/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER) but large enough to snugly fit the SG13.
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post #2104 of 2655
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Hey guys, I want to overclock my 6600k to 4.2-4.4. What air cooler do you guys recommend for this? I'm going to swap my AXP100 as it touches a wifi I/o port. I was thinking of the big shuriken b2 or silverstone AR06. Also to note, I have my CPU fan flipped so that it pulls air up into the PSU. So, I need a cooler that can have its fan flipped. Thanks!

I'd go for a NT06 Pro http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=368
Also, I think it would be best for this config to use a good 120mm intake at the front, to bring in fresh air.
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post #2105 of 2655
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What air cooler do you guys recommend for this?

One of the big air towers that doesn't fit in this case
post #2106 of 2655
Sorry for the double post here, but I think people really overestimate the air cooling potential of this case.

For fun, I put a 35W CPU in the SG13 yesterday, and paired it with a 65W cooler. Despite being paired with an adequate cooler (designed to handle nearly double the TDP of the CPU being used), the CPU still hits 80C under XTU stress. For reference, that same CPU and cooler combination on an open air test bench won't even hit 50C under XTU stress. During both scenarios, the ambient was 22C.

Pairing an 88W or 65W i7 with an air cooler in the SG13 is not a smart choice - regardless of the thermal disapation capabilities of the air cooler you use - because the case design is not well suited to the task. This case was designed for AIO cooling, which it excels at.
post #2107 of 2655
Any idea if I can fit a Noctua NF-A15 in the front of the case if using a short GPU?
post #2108 of 2655
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Sorry for the double post here, but I think people really overestimate the air cooling potential of this case.

For fun, I put a 35W CPU in the SG13 yesterday, and paired it with a 65W cooler. Despite being paired with an adequate cooler (designed to handle nearly double the TDP of the CPU being used), the CPU still hits 80C under XTU stress. For reference, that same CPU and cooler combination on an open air test bench won't even hit 50C under XTU stress. During both scenarios, the ambient was 22C.

Pairing an 88W or 65W i7 with an air cooler in the SG13 is not a smart choice - regardless of the thermal disapation capabilities of the air cooler you use - because the case design is not well suited to the task. This case was designed for AIO cooling, which it excels at.

What fan were you using in the front of the case during your test? Because your result shows that there isn't enough fresh air in comparison to the open bench test I guess.

Which way was the PSU intake facing ad well?

And what CPU cooler just out of curiosity?
Edited by anak85 - 10/8/16 at 10:29am
post #2109 of 2655
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Sorry for the double post here, but I think people really overestimate the air cooling potential of this case.

For fun, I put a 35W CPU in the SG13 yesterday, and paired it with a 65W cooler. Despite being paired with an adequate cooler (designed to handle nearly double the TDP of the CPU being used), the CPU still hits 80C under XTU stress. For reference, that same CPU and cooler combination on an open air test bench won't even hit 50C under XTU stress. During both scenarios, the ambient was 22C.

Pairing an 88W or 65W i7 with an air cooler in the SG13 is not a smart choice - regardless of the thermal disapation capabilities of the air cooler you use - because the case design is not well suited to the task. This case was designed for AIO cooling, which it excels at.

For fun, I ran XTU on my i5-6500 with a AXP-100R doesn't get over 53C. So sorry, but I don't agree with you.
post #2110 of 2655
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Sorry for the double post here, but I think people really overestimate the air cooling potential of this case.

For fun, I put a 35W CPU in the SG13 yesterday, and paired it with a 65W cooler. Despite being paired with an adequate cooler (designed to handle nearly double the TDP of the CPU being used), the CPU still hits 80C under XTU stress. For reference, that same CPU and cooler combination on an open air test bench won't even hit 50C under XTU stress. During both scenarios, the ambient was 22C.

Pairing an 88W or 65W i7 with an air cooler in the SG13 is not a smart choice - regardless of the thermal disapation capabilities of the air cooler you use - because the case design is not well suited to the task. This case was designed for AIO cooling, which it excels at.

I'm using an AXP-100 with a 6600k OC'd to 4.3 GHz and my average temperatures during the x264 OCN stress test were around 68 degrees (I tested this overnight). I have a Noctua 120 mm fan as intake at the front. During gaming, I usually see high 50's to low 60's. I have the CPU fan configured so that it pulls air up into the PSU and exhausts out the back. I've had this configuration for a while and never ran into heating problems. I also use a 1070 FE to prevent any excess build up of heat inside the case.
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