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

 
  • 93% (229)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
245 Total Votes  
post #2441 of 2483
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Originally Posted by Zorgon View Post

Correct, at one point I even had one Silverstone fan grille on each fan, but that was a bit of a squeeze. One or no fan grille is pretty easy.

Thanks i guess i can put a 7700k in there with two fans on the h75 then

I was looking for an aio for a while
post #2442 of 2483
Yep that's what I have as well. I highly recommend delidding to lower your temps. thumb.gif
post #2443 of 2483
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Originally Posted by Zorgon View Post

Yep that's what I have as well. I highly recommend delidding to lower your temps. thumb.gif

Do you have the front panel usb and audio cables removed?

What are temps with that aio without delidding?
post #2444 of 2483
Currently have the side(?) panel, front panel, connectors etc. all removed. So I'm basically running it as an openish air test bench. I have Noctua F12 3000RPM fans, and with a super low fan profile (sub 1000 rpm) my 7700K is like mid 70s under regular load. During stress testing that can increase to low to mid-80s (4.9GHz @1.35V-1.4V).

Unrelated note, I'm thinking about getting a Fractal Design Nano S or an In Win 901 to show off my components better. With the Nano S, I'd be able to upgrade to a much larger rad, but I love the tempered glass on the 901. I wish more manufacturers would release ITX cases with tempered glass.
post #2445 of 2483
Hi guys,

I've had a look about the internet but it seems quite hard to find a conclusive answer.

I'm currently considering moving my PC into this case but I'm not sure how well my i74790k would fare in such a small box.

I mainly use my PC for work and some light gaming. Unfortunately I do engage in fairly heavy editing tasks from time to time (a hundred tracks, ten minutes takes four hours)

Along with my GTX 970 (MSI Gaming OC) would I be able to realistically cool this with a 120mm AIO?

Thanks for the help!
post #2446 of 2483
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nosuchthing View Post

Hi guys,

I've had a look about the internet but it seems quite hard to find a conclusive answer.

I'm currently considering moving my PC into this case but I'm not sure how well my i74790k would fare in such a small box.

I mainly use my PC for work and some light gaming. Unfortunately I do engage in fairly heavy editing tasks from time to time (a hundred tracks, ten minutes takes four hours)

Along with my GTX 970 (MSI Gaming OC) would I be able to realistically cool this with a 120mm AIO?

Thanks for the help!
Thermally that should be no problem. I have a 7700k and 1080 in there, which has a similar TDP to your system, and both stay under the thermal limit.

However your MSI GTX 970 will only barely fit in there. It's technically over the 10.5 inch limit, but I have seen several people squeeze it in.
post #2447 of 2483
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zorgon View Post

Currently have the side(?) panel, front panel, connectors etc. all removed. So I'm basically running it as an openish air test bench. I have Noctua F12 3000RPM fans, and with a super low fan profile (sub 1000 rpm) my 7700K is like mid 70s under regular load. During stress testing that can increase to low to mid-80s (4.9GHz @1.35V-1.4V).

Unrelated note, I'm thinking about getting a Fractal Design Nano S or an In Win 901 to show off my components better. With the Nano S, I'd be able to upgrade to a much larger rad, but I love the tempered glass on the 901. I wish more manufacturers would release ITX cases with tempered glass.

Well i have already bought cablemod cables that would be to short for those cases...

Has anyone fit the bequiet shadow rock lp in there yet?
Is there any lp aircooler that can cool an i7 7700k in that case
post #2448 of 2483
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Originally Posted by riesenklotz View Post

Has anyone fit the bequiet shadow rock lp in there yet?

I have Shadow Rock Lp. Clearance with SFX PSU and Silverstone PP08 adapter is around 1cm.

I'm running it with:
-Asus Z170i Pro Gaming
-i5 6600k
-Open-Air GTX 1060 6GB
-Corsair SF450
-2x8GB G.Skill RipJaws

I haven't had time to test different cooler orientations or OC capability in depth, but here is some thoughts:

With this combo of parts you can only fit cooler fins against airflow coming from front of the case. So without ghettomodding sidepanel of the case or leaving GPU out you can have Shadow Rock Lp installed either heatpipes towards back of the case (whole cooler gets closer to back) or heatpipes towards front of the case. I tried both with fans pushing air down and here is some pros and cons:

Heatpipes towards front of case:
+Most of the cooler is not cowered by PSU, so airflow to fan is better
+There is more space in back, so hot air has better way out. I have one extra NF-A9x14 fan zip tied to side of case to help with this
-Fits only low profile ram Ended up removing heatsinks from my rams

Heatpipes towards back of case:
+Ram clearance
-Airflow to fan is bit more restricted by PSU
-I felt that MB is getting bit hotter because air has no way out from back

Currently I have cooler installed heatpipes towards front, and I'm not planning on changing it. In future I will try overclocking, but it probably won't handle a lot. I'm also interested in trying to move PSU to front of case and using higher cooler, but that's not going to happen soon.
post #2449 of 2483
Quote:
Originally Posted by wooble View Post

I have Shadow Rock Lp. Clearance with SFX PSU and Silverstone PP08 adapter is around 1cm.

I'm running it with:
-Asus Z170i Pro Gaming
-i5 6600k
-Open-Air GTX 1060 6GB
-Corsair SF450
-2x8GB G.Skill RipJaws

I haven't had time to test different cooler orientations or OC capability in depth, but here is some thoughts:

With this combo of parts you can only fit cooler fins against airflow coming from front of the case. So without ghettomodding sidepanel of the case or leaving GPU out you can have Shadow Rock Lp installed either heatpipes towards back of the case (whole cooler gets closer to back) or heatpipes towards front of the case. I tried both with fans pushing air down and here is some pros and cons:

Heatpipes towards front of case:
+Most of the cooler is not cowered by PSU, so airflow to fan is better
+There is more space in back, so hot air has better way out. I have one extra NF-A9x14 fan zip tied to side of case to help with this
-Fits only low profile ram Ended up removing heatsinks from my rams

Heatpipes towards back of case:
+Ram clearance
-Airflow to fan is bit more restricted by PSU
-I felt that MB is getting bit hotter because air has no way out from back

Currently I have cooler installed heatpipes towards front, and I'm not planning on changing it. In future I will try overclocking, but it probably won't handle a lot. I'm also interested in trying to move PSU to front of case and using higher cooler, but that's not going to happen soon.

Damn thats complicated .. i think just a h75 would be smartest with push pull and no clearance issues
post #2450 of 2483
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Originally Posted by riesenklotz View Post

Damn thats complicated .. i think just a h75 would be smartest with push pull and no clearance issues

Well, not super complicated but I also would have gone with water if I wasn't flying with this one.
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