Originally Posted by Furious Pcs
Awesome 2 new sponsors since i posted this is going to start too get very good ! not like it wasn't already
I know! I'm stoked! I'd love to find a sponsor for some RAM and then that'd be it! I'd have all the parts I need for this build. I've contacted KLEVV and Corsair, nothing from either of them yet. Maybe I'll have a response from one of them tomorrow morning when I wake up
it took SilverStone about a week to respond to my email so there is still hope!
Speaking of SilverStone, lets get on to the update! Apologies, this should have been posted earlier but the good ol' NFL got in the way.
Update 4 - Big Things Come in Small Packages
The updated banner looking quite nice with those sponsors on there! Featured in today's update is the PSU I received from SilverStone, the SX600-G! Let's get on to the pictures!
The box looks very similar to the 450w version (the PSU in Schwarz Nickel, my Compact Splash build).
The different connectors.
Contents of the box. From right to left: PSU, manuals, SFX to ATX plate, mounting screws, AC power cable, and individual cables.
I've had it with these snakes on this plane! Oh wait, those aren't snakes, they're cables.
Nice flat black cables as well! SilverStone has revised the cables since I purchased my 450w version. That version has the thick bundle of rainbow wires.
The unit itself!
Hmmm... that looks small, but how small?
OH! Very small!
Hopefully SilverStone doesn't mind I use a CoolerMaster power supply to compare
If you guys are used to the huge full size power supplies, you will be shocked when you receive this unit from SilverStone. I'm still amazed that they can cram 600w of power into such a small footprint.
And now... what you guys have been lusting for! Some pictures of stuff INSIDE the case! Woooo! Not much, just the front and top radiator/fans, the pump, and some tubing has been installed.
I'm digging these runs so far, very organic and smooth. I love soft tubing compared to hard tubing. I love the natural, organic look it has to it. Just wish a company could come out with a flexible tubing that stays as clear as acrylic.
No sag on the pump mount
my suggestion when you get your case, *IF* your pump does sag, try flipping the bracket 180° to fix the issue. That worked for me.
Connection to the top radiator.
Just a random detail shot of my board.
PSU installed. Good size
Nice SilverStone logo on the back!
And that's it for today's update! Hope you enjoyed the few pictures of the case