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I would make replacing the fan on that shuriken my first priority. I have one in my server machine (unlocked sempron 140) so it runs 100% and the best thing I ever did was replace the fan on it. so much quieter and I assume it's cooler too since this fan moves more air.
ya i will probably do that, saw someone with a 92mm GT on theres, and i will be putting in the 1450rpm GT up front and remove inside grill for more airflow.

suprisingly though the cpu fan has not been above ~1500rpm and it is damn quiet, quieter than my gpu fan which i have stuck at 25% has not been above 72c in black ops (note i play black ops on main rig was just seeing how the temps would be).

glad yall like

-doober
post #1402 of 13149
if anyone is interested i have a lga1156 zotac mITX board for sale. getting out of the desktop pc market so i will no longer have a beastly setup =[
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ya i will probably do that, saw someone with a 92mm GT on theres, and i will be putting in the 1450rpm GT up front and remove inside grill for more airflow.

suprisingly though the cpu fan has not been above ~1500rpm and it is damn quiet, quieter than my gpu fan which i have stuck at 25% has not been above 72c in black ops (note i play black ops on main rig was just seeing how the temps would be).

glad yall like

-doober
I got 2 92mm GT's on my Noctua, it dropped about 6c off my temps from the stock noctua fans. Worth the money IMO.
 
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Howdy!
I started a wee bit of planning a while back, in order to reduce the amount of noise in my primary computer. After a flout with a SG02, P180mini, HAF932, and finally a SG05, I've finished my pathfinding and have decided to go mITX - all in

Without ado, and without any skills whatsoever, I'm going to make WaterCooling and mITX in a desperate chase for silence It'll be my first watercooling attempt (unless if a failed GPU loop - never worked due to bad pump - and a dying H50 counts ). I have one quirk - I love stock. So on the outside... everything better appear stock or I will likely lose it. The intent? Watercool the CPU and GPU. The HD5770 I have chosen for this task has an okay fan, but it does ramp up under load. The Intel stock cooler... say no more . Especially the even shorter i3 stock cooler. The 45nm C2D Alumi cooler was bad enough, IMO...

As such, I chose the SG06s - aluminum is really beautiful, pictures poorly taken can hardly do it justice. But I bear and try,
Parts?
XSPC Rasa 450 120mm kit
Gigabyte H55N-USB3
i3 530
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Micron awesomesause RAM DDR3

Some pics (please forgive me, I'll tidy up in a bit):




An IandH silver killcoil, AS5 TIM, anti-kink coils, DDR3, MCW80, and a HD5770 didn't make the picture taking rounds

Some test fitting. The supplied washers help the XSPC RASA backplate from hitting any backside components. It still is above one, but it doesn't press on it

I like how the barbs are individually wrapped
Additional fit testing:


I've decided on leaving the radiator like that, for now. Since it's seemingly okay. There is enough clearance so I can orient it every way except nozzles near the bottom. Nozzles near the GPU will give some space clearance issues, too, maybe if I used some angled fittings (barbs? I don't know the terminilogy) it could work?
I think I'm going to need a few 90* G1/4 barbs... any place to find them at? I had a hard enough time finding a XSPC Rasa 450 setup...
Oh, and yes... yes, I am indeed intent on sleeving At least the more visible parts

A case window *might* be fitted into the works, but that would be 4+ new things for me to learn on the way, and I know what happens to me and my projects once they get too ambitious. So if it's gonna happen, it will likely be near the end of my project



Thank you Jen, for inspiring me to try and beleive in mITX.... and for letting me purchase your mobo + CPU .

Thanks to cjwalker ([H]) and scook9 (NBR) for helping me in other ways to make this possible

Dunno if my including their names in this is the right thing, or even a good thing for their reputations
Thank you! I will be updating this as my builds progress, my goal is to finish this by next weekend
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post #1405 of 13149
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As such, I chose the SG06s - aluminum is really beautiful, pictures poorly taken can hardly do it justice. But I bear and try,
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Gigabyte H55N-USB3
i3 530
SG06S
GT AP15
MCW80 GPU block
HD5770
Micron awesomesause RAM DDR3
Big Congrants! I can't wait to see when your Sg06 is completely built.

Good Luck!
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Big Congrants! I can't wait to see when your Sg06 is completely built.

Good Luck!
Thank you The SG06 is all alumi, lol. Except for a few plastic backup framing parts to lend more strength (well.. the front bezel clips, for instance).



I just found out I have the most posts in this thread, lol. I'll try to condense posts instead of double posting
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dam nice carnt wait to see it all in their :]

stock psu i guess? :]
    
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dam nice carnt wait to see it all in their :]

stock psu i guess? :]
Yep Gonna be the loudest thing in this case, from my experience with the SG05, lol. And I am watercooling the CPU & GPU
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Isn't the stock PSU FSP not Seasonic?

On my SG05 it was FSP made, but it is possible that they have changed it since i owned mine.
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post #1410 of 13149
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Isn't the stock PSU FSP not Seasonic?

On my SG05 it was FSP made, but it is possible that they have changed it since i owned mine.
Silverstone sources from a lot of groups, including FSP and SevenTeam, among others. Yes, it's FSP built
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