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

 
  • 92% (203)
    Yes
  • 7% (16)
    No
219 Total Votes  
post #441 of 2073
I see. Thank you very much for your reply so it does get pretty hotter than i was expecting
post #442 of 2073
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Originally Posted by alexelemental View Post

I see. Thank you very much for your reply so it does get pretty hotter than i was expecting

Given his specs, I'd say that's actually impressive for a 120mm cooler on prime95.
post #443 of 2073
You are right about that since he overclocked it to 4.7ghz so with the stock setting how much lower would the temps get it would only turbo up to 4.4 right?
post #444 of 2073
Hi,

Could somebody measure the actual distance between the front case edge and the edge of the itx board? The manual says only 90mm for an AIO liquid cooler, but I'm hoping to sneak one of these in (93mm!):

http://www.enermax.co.uk/liqtech/

(A quick calculation suggests there should be 94mm space if the m-itx is right up against the back edge of the case)
Edited by tornado99 - 3/29/15 at 1:15am
post #445 of 2073
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Originally Posted by alexelemental View Post

You are right about that since he overclocked it to 4.7ghz so with the stock setting how much lower would the temps get it would only turbo up to 4.4 right?

It's more about voltage than speed of CPU. I would get up to 70C in Prime95 on my 3770k at stock with a H80i cooler.
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Originally Posted by tornado99 View Post

Hi,

Could somebody measure the actual distance between the front case edge and the edge of the itx board? The manual says only 90mm for an AIO liquid cooler, but I'm hoping to sneak one of these in (93mm!):

http://www.enermax.co.uk/liqtech/

(A quick calculation suggests there should be 94mm space if the m-itx is right up against the back edge of the case)

I had a H80i in push/pull and had issues plugging the 24pin into my Z77E-ITX. I had barely enough clearance for a 38mm rad, this would be pushing it. You'd probably be fine in either push or pull, though (in terms of performance.)
post #446 of 2073
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Originally Posted by dougp View Post

It's more about voltage than speed of CPU. I would get up to 70C in Prime95 on my 3770k at stock with a H80i cooler.
I had a H80i in push/pull and had issues plugging the 24pin into my Z77E-ITX. I had barely enough clearance for a 38mm rad, this would be pushing it. You'd probably be fine in either push or pull, though (in terms of performance.)

Thanks. I actually noticed they have another model with a 27mm radiator, so total thickness of 77mm is slightly shorter than the H80i. There's also this new one from Silverstone which is recommended, but has few reviews: http://silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=547
post #447 of 2073
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Originally Posted by tornado99 View Post

Thanks. I actually noticed they have another model with a 27mm radiator, so total thickness of 77mm is slightly shorter than the H80i. There's also this new one from Silverstone which is recommended, but has few reviews: http://silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=547

I'd rather have one of these as it's expandable - http://www.fractal-design.com/home/t12
post #448 of 2073
Is the Sugo SG13 for sale in the US? I haven't found a place to buy one.
post #449 of 2073
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Originally Posted by Tempest2000 View Post

Is the Sugo SG13 for sale in the US? I haven't found a place to buy one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811163274&cm_re=sg13b-_-11-163-274-_-Product
post #450 of 2073

Awesome, thanks. NE was the first place I looked and didn't find it. I guess their product search only does full token searches tongue.gif
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