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jamesman32:
Nice looking build - any plans for the same finish on the PSU?
As for the 5850 - the 4870 is exactly the same size - i have a dead one that i used as a template for mine (before i killed the mobo and went back to my HUGE Lian Li)

Something i would sujjest - is you have the H50 the right way, add a strip of tape or something non-conductive to the side of the H50 rad - as with the 5850/4870 in there there is ~1mm to the back side of the card.

http://www.overclock.net/small-form-...ck-pocket.html

Thats a link to my worklog on my sg05.
I ran a i7 860 - but other than that our setups are almost the same (i also managed to fit in 2 3.5" HDDs), and i modding in a full ATX PSU

Hope if gives you some good ideas.
I may or may not finish the PSU. I kinda like it as is, but we'll see what happens

As for the H50, I thought about that issue while I was doing the mockup with the 4870 and applied a little black electrical tape to the side.

Thanks for the advice though man!
post #922 of 13149
I always wondered how the Ultra X4 would fit in the Sugo 05. Glad to see that it's workable. I modded my last Sugo 05 case to fit a 120mm intake fan on the top next to the PSU and a side intake by the CPU vent (100mm Scythe Slim). I love cutting up that little guy.

Here's a taste of what I'm working on now.

You can't use an h50 on that Gigabyte board! Or can you? I cut up the backside of the mount. It looks wider than it is, the part that actually touches the motherboard is not that wide, so it has no issues clearing the critical components.

I'm testing a few GT 240s before I toss my 5770 in there. Using a single AP-14 fan in a pull config (yes, I said pull) I'm staying under 60C prime on the i7 860 stock (turbo/ht enabled) with 25C (warm ) ambient. I'm going to replace it with an AP-15. I may use another one for push-pull, as I have a splitter, but I won't be OCing it. This PC is shaping up to be a beast

Gentle Typhoons produce such a strong pulling force that it's not terrible to mount it in a pull config. They can suck the barnacles off a hull.
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400mm x 320mm x 150mm, specs in the sig.

Running in Phase 1 (when it had a full ATX mobo):


Part-way through Phase 2 (now with uATX mobo):
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nice case.... ur sig says u have 2 x 256gb ssds and 8 x 128gb :S how theeeeeeeeee .... whyyy
    
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400mm x 320mm x 150mm, specs in the sig.

Running in Phase 1 (when it had a full ATX mobo):


Part-way through Phase 2 (now with uATX mobo):

Nice setup


What thickness of acrylic did you use?

Do you have a build log for this?
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Nothing fancy and the pics where taken with my phone so not the greatest. Both rigs are AMD 1055T's made from parts i had laying around in the shops.









Will have better pic's when i get some lighting. I have one more just like the white one but lime green. Thanks for looking!!!
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Nothing fancy and the pics where taken with my phone so not the greatest. Both rigs are AMD 1055T's made from parts i had laying around in the shops.



Will have better pic's when i get some lighting. I have one more just like the white one but lime green. Thanks for looking!!!
another vulcan user what heatsync are you using in it?
post #928 of 13149
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nice case.... ur sig says u have 2 x 256gb ssds and 8 x 128gb :S how theeeeeeeeee .... whyyy
Yeah I work for an OEM SSD manufacturer..

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Nice setup

What thickness of acrylic did you use?

Do you have a build log for this?
I used 1/4" acrylic all around.
In retrospect, I think I should have gone for 3/8" in the front and back panels, because the frame gets a bit narrow/thin, but oh well.

I have a build log over at XS.. it was for an ASUS competition.
No build log on here, maybe I'll post the whole thing after I'm done with stage 2..
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There are some great builds in here. Keep up the good work guys!
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post #930 of 13149
more badass now?

added 5770. Should bring me up to about a 8.5/10 badass points.
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