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post #81 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-03-2013, 11:40 AM
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I added Longroadtrip's Wesena ITX2 to the uSFF list.

omsin - Sorry to hear about your damaged board. Did you get a new one yet?

Anyone got tips on on cases other than the SG05? I've built 3 systems using that case.

Yes, I have now a MSI z77IA-E53.

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Well I agree that smaller is better. I honestly loathe the Bitfenix Prodigy because it is a Mini-ITX case the size of a large mATX case. It is laid out well for working on it but wastes a lot of space when it comes to compactness. I would post a pic of my case, but it's anout 33 L. I want to find a more compact case and go Mini ITX.

When it comes to definitions... It's subjective but I'd consider anything under 20L to be SFF and uSFF to be 10L.

While I like Bitfenix in general, I agree with you. Apparently you can fit a mATX board in it with some modifications, though I believe if it's big enough for a mATX board then they should have designed it that way in the first place out of the box. I can only hope they make a ITX case for us small form factor enthusiasts. Now that I would buy. thumb.gif
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I added Longroadtrip's Wesena ITX2 to the uSFF list.

omsin - Sorry to hear about your damaged board. Did you get a new one yet?

Anyone got tips on on cases other than the SG05? I've built 3 systems using that case.

Thanks NFSxperts! thumb.gif

If you are looking for something different from the SG05...what about an Abee? I've been wanting to do one for a while now...
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Yes, I have now a MSI z77IA-E53.
Nice, does it overclock well and do the vrms get hot?
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Well I agree that smaller is better. I honestly loathe the Bitfenix Prodigy because it is a Mini-ITX case the size of a large mATX case. It is laid out well for working on it but wastes a lot of space when it comes to compactness. I would post a pic of my case, but it's anout 33 L. I want to find a more compact case and go Mini ITX.

When it comes to definitions... It's subjective but I'd consider anything under 20L to be SFF and uSFF to be 10L.

I wouldn't say I hate it, but I think its a tad too big as well. Its actually a good looking, sturdy case, but if they shrunk it down, it wouldn't look as good. I think its actually the perfect size for that shape, but they should have made it matx instead. I thought the point of mitx was to be as small as possible. If they made a board the same size as the Intel NUC with interchangeable CPUs, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

This club's definition of uSFF and SFF pretty much sticks to the ones defined by Intel developer specs.
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Thanks NFSxperts! thumb.gif

If you are looking for something different from the SG05...what about an Abee? I've been wanting to do one for a while now...
Oh no, I meant tips about other cases for the FAQ section. I only have the SG05 so I can only give tips on this case. If the club members can provide tips as well, that'd be great.
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That's a nice looking case, but I would've kept the mesh a darker color or even black.
Added you to the uSFF section.

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That's a nice looking case, but I would've kept the mesh a darker color or even black.
Added you to the uSFF section.

The case got quite hot with that blue filtercore mesh and the second aluminum mesh layer, so I have since removed them -- the front is now black and temps are in the agreeable realm smile.gif
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The case got quite hot with that blue filtercore mesh and the second aluminum mesh layer, so I have since removed them -- the front is now black and temps are in the agreeable realm smile.gif

Got any new pics?

It looks like Silverstone will be releasing a Lite version of the Sugo SG05 case without the PSU so now you can buy the base case and then the modular 450w ST45SF-G SFX PSU
http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=413&area=en

I added a new question in the FAQ and edited the correct length of the SG05/06 to 262mm. If you disagree with any of my questions or answers, feel free to PM me.

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sweet that means i can get a sg05 and pair it with the modular SFX PSU rather then using the stock, now if only they release a similar version for the SG06 and the rest of the SG line up or atlest offer modular for the SG07/08

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Do you guys know if there are a SG05 thread or Silverstone Mini-ITX case thread? Thanks

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