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This case deserves a owners club I think. tongue.gif

I didn't want a second desktop. After seeing this case, dam, I had to buy one, sigh. I just ordered it and I'll have pics up soon.

Looking to go with a Sapphire 6950, and a 2500k.

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Shouldnt this be in SFF systems?
 
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I tried to open a specific SilverStone case club last year sometime. A Mod shut it down immediately because there is already a "SilverStone Case Owners Club".

There is no bias on this site whatsoever and Moderators never err in judgement in any way. The new platform is perfect and is a complete success.

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Shouldnt this be in SFF systems?

well, technically speaking, so does all of the mATX cases... and if you want to segregate even further some of the mATX cases would belong on the HTPC system. and at what point do you draw the line of segregating the air cooled and liquid cooled cases? or what is a case and what is a server case? they all have their own sub divisions and it's really just easier to have everything in computer cases so people have a more centralized location to look at different cases to see what they like.
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I tried to open a specific SilverStone case club last year sometime. A Mod shut it down immediately because there is already a "SilverStone Case Owners Club".
There is no bias on this site whatsoever and Moderators never err in judgement in any way. The new platform is perfect and is a complete success.
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yah i wonder how well a "coolermaster's owners club" would work in this forum? instead of every damn flavor of HAF having their own thread:D or lets consolidate all of the corsair and fractal design cases instead of having like 12 different owners club:D
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I know this thread is a few months old, but I have a question for SG07/08 owners...

I want to OC, and I'm getting an SG08, but I DON'T want to spend the $$$ on water cooling. What have your results been like with OCing and aircooling only?
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I know this thread is a few months old, but I have a question for SG07/08 owners...
I want to OC, and I'm getting an SG08, but I DON'T want to spend the $$$ on water cooling. What have your results been like with OCing and aircooling only?

are you using AXP-140? on what chip? how far are you trying to push it? etc... more info would be a good thing in this scenario... our mind reading DLL's are still in the debugging phase and not ready for alpha test yet.
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are you using AXP-140? on what chip? how far are you trying to push it? etc... more info would be a good thing in this scenario... our mind reading DLL's are still in the debugging phase and not ready for alpha test yet.

Sorry, should have posted at least a link to my thread here on the build:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1262530/sg08-mini-itx-3570k-gtx670-asrock

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Mini-ITX build:
---Newegg---
ASRock Z77E-ITX LGA 1155 Intel Z77 - ..........................$149.99 (+$7.56 shipping, subtotal $157.55)
---Amazon--- (Free shipping on everything)
Crucial M4 CT128M4SSD2CCA 2.5" 128GB SSD - .............$123.36
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz - .........................$227.99
SAMSUNG MV-3V4G3 DDR3 1600 - ..................................$47.98
EVGA 02G-P4-2678-KR 2GB GeForce GTX 670 - ...............$419.99
Silverstone SG-08B - .......................................................$199.99 but comes with a 600w PSU
Subtotal for SSD, CPU, Memory, Video Card, Case - .........$1019.31
Total for Newegg + Amazon order - ...............................$1176.86
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