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post #1 of 20
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Anyone tried fitting the big shuriken in this?

Chassis: Silverstone sugo sg05 http://www.silverstonetek.com/products/p_spec.php?pno=SG05&area=usa
Motherboard: DFI LANPARTY MI P55-T36 http://www.dfi.com.tw/portal/CM/cmproduct/XX_cmproddetail/XX_WbProdsWindow?action=e&windowstate=normal&mode=view
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Does DFI still make motherboards? Pretty sure I saw a picture of that mobo with a Big Shuriken installed. It's pretty much the only LGA-1156 motherboard that can fit a fairly wide heatsink without blocking the PCIe slot.
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I don't think dfi makes motherboards anymore but i wouldnt trade this for anything, even the gigabyte mini itx should be great too


Are you sure about this the big shuriken fitting?
post #4 of 20
I can confirm that a Thermalright AXP-140 will fit on the DFI in the SG05 with everything installed, but you'll need either that really thin Scythe fan or a 20mm thick 120mm Yate Loon.
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any other suggestions? Thermalright AXP-140 is not available in my country frown.gif
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I would be concerned that the Big Shuriken being 120mm may interfere with the ram especially if they have high heatsinks. A safer solution is to get the Shuriken 100mm unless you can get somebody to confirm that the 120mm would work.
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post #7 of 20
Interesting, this 1156 itx isn't plagued with the same issue as all of the other ones where a heatsink will block the PCI-E slot. Instead you may block the RAM like the LGA775 style.

In any case, I have the Gigabyte H55N-USB3. I've done some of the heatsink research. In order for me to not block the PCI-E slots the only 2 heatsink I could uses were:

Thermalright AXP-140
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1035876635&postcount=1
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Prolimatech Samuel 17
http://www.prolimatech.com/en/products/detail.asp?id=157&page=1
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-6D8i5e1Ss[/ame] (check out the clearance)

The AXP-140 will give you the best temps out of all the choices. Great clearance for tall ram heatsinks (my G. Skill Sniper & Ripjaws fit under it just fine, but you have to install the ram first). But it is also the biggest and you have to use a thin fan in order to fit the Sugo SG05.

The Samuel 17 has a really good height clearance and you can mount a full 120mm fan and get some airflow to the rest of the motherboard. Also it will have clearance for ram if you use low profile heat sinks. Downfall is that it doesn't perform that well in something with high heat output like an i7. It cools a little better than stock and it's quieter because you can pick a better fan. It's also expensive for something that doesn't perform that well.

http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1036290331&postcount=174
Also if you look at the link above, they used a Big Shuriken on the same Gigabyte H55N-USB3. It does have clearance for RAM as long as the heat sinks are not too tall. So you should still be able to fit a full GPU on the board.

Looks like your limiting factor is the heat sinks on the RAM. Just make sure you have low profile ones and you should be just fine with all of these heatsinks. Good luck! smile.gif
Edited by RagingInferno - 4/7/11 at 12:09pm
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The Noctua NH-C12 and NH-C14 are high performance low profile heatsinks.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Epitope;13038540 
The Noctua NH-C12 and NH-C14 are high performance low profile heatsinks.

The height of the heat sinks are around 100mm without the fan. The AXP-140 without the fan is 70mm and it barley fits with the thinner scythe fans. There is not enough clearance for the Noctua heatsinks inside of the SG05 unless you remove the power supply. Which isn't really an option...
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post #10 of 20
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I think ill go for the samuel 17 biggrin.gif thanks alot raginginferno
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