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

 
  • 92% (203)
    Yes
  • 7% (16)
    No
219 Total Votes  
post #431 of 2080
Thanks +1

Also how is the 3.5 hdd installed looking to install it with a water cooler. want to make sure I'm good

also is the led able to be changed?
Edited by TMatzelle60 - 3/26/15 at 4:58pm
post #432 of 2080
Hello,
Since SG-05 is basically a slighly shorter sg-13, might as well share my ongoing mod for those wanting a 3 piece cover solution

@CaptainZombie @dougp especially.


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I used a door sweeper part for rails. something like this--->http://www.amazon.com/Frost-King-B59-36H-36-Inches/dp/B0000CBIJQ
My psu is 450 sfx gold with pp-05 set.

I re-used parts from the case itself.Other parts are cnc'ed acrylics, front assembly which added 2cm for long graphics card, and the side and top covers.
Main design alteration though is the handle /cover front .

cable management though.LOL
Edited by Mang Keon - 3/27/15 at 5:32am
post #433 of 2080
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Originally Posted by TMatzelle60 View Post

Thanks +1

Also how is the 3.5 hdd installed looking to install it with a water cooler. want to make sure I'm good

also is the led able to be changed?

According to page 12 of the manual it takes up the whole bottom part of the top panel.

http://www.silverstonetek.com/downloads/Manual/case/Multi-SG13-Manual.pdf

I don't know about changing the LEDs.

PS: I don't own this case, just pulling this info from online.
post #434 of 2080
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Originally Posted by CaptainZombie View Post

It seems like a hard mesh to me, not sure where the cardboard is coming from. I did have an issue with the power/reset PCB with the power wires coming loose. I did receive a new one yesterday from Silverstone which Joel added extra glue to the wires.
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Originally Posted by SilverStone View Post

We believe he has a SG13B-Q, which uses a plastic front panel that resembles brushed aluminum finish. For this particular model, the case is shipped from the factory with a thin protective film applied over the front panel to prevent damage during shipping or assembly. It indeed scratches easily because you are supposed to remove this film after installation, maybe we should have noted this in the manual?

Thanks for the answers, guys - the review was actually listed as being for the SG13B, not the other way around, so I don't know how homeboy could punch his finger "through" a solid piece of plastic? Then again, the review as a whole was weird, so whatever. Again, appreciate the clarification... thumb.gif
post #435 of 2080
IDK what i want to do either a Air 240 Z97 Gryphon build or a SG13 ASRock Z97 itx build

Im only using 1 graphic card and 8 gb of ram

But i will be using a 3.5 4tb will that fit with water cooling
post #436 of 2080
So I followed the guide on YouTube by Lutroo for crimping and it was much easier than I thought. Not pretty but I halved the length of the PP05-E cables so less cable clutter in my system and then just cabled tied them to keep it neater.

post #437 of 2080
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Originally Posted by venturizhou View Post

So I followed the guide on YouTube by Lutroo for crimping and it was much easier than I thought. Not pretty but I halved the length of the PP05-E cables so less cable clutter in my system and then just cabled tied them to keep it neater.


You didn't have to separate them the whole way. I need to get around to working on my spare PP05-E cable set, I'll probably sleeve them. Shorten cables + hard-line the watercooling.

Yummy.
post #438 of 2080
Any owners of the SG13 can you tell me if you can change the red and blue led? are they just glued in 3mm or 5mm bulbs?
post #439 of 2080
Hello I just subscribed to the forum to ask about this case I would like to build an i7 4790k evga gtx 980 sc acx 2.0 into it with the silverstone sfx sx500lg psu but i am worried about the temps due to the small space inside i cant spend on custom water loop i dont plan to overclock anything but im not sure what aio water cooler to use thought about corsair h series,silverstone tundra, nzxt kraken,cooler master seidon but then i saw good benchmarks on the zalman lq310. Can any owner of an aio cooler post temps under load with room temps too please? My room can get hot in summer live in desert climate. Thank you in advance
post #440 of 2080
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Originally Posted by alexelemental View Post

Hello I just subscribed to the forum to ask about this case I would like to build an i7 4790k evga gtx 980 sc acx 2.0 into it with the silverstone sfx sx500lg psu but i am worried about the temps due to the small space inside i cant spend on custom water loop i dont plan to overclock anything but im not sure what aio water cooler to use thought about corsair h series,silverstone tundra, nzxt kraken,cooler master seidon but then i saw good benchmarks on the zalman lq310. Can any owner of an aio cooler post temps under load with room temps too please? My room can get hot in summer live in desert climate. Thank you in advance

Just to give you a rough estimate, I ran Prime95 blend test for a little over an hour and I topped out at 78-83C between the four cores. I currently run a Core i7-4790K 4.7 @ 1.235 volts cooled by a H75 and my ambient is 13.3C
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