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post #1231 of 1237 (permalink) Old 12-22-2017, 10:30 AM
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Alright so I just picked up an SG05 used, if I can sell the included PSU then the case will pretty much be free.
Build is going to be R7 1700 with an Aero ITX 1070, M.2, and 2x9mm SSD.
Has anyone ever modded one of these to make it shorter? I have access to quite a bit of tools, so I was thinking of removing the front panel (obviously), and then drill out the rivets, and chop off a few CMs from the front of the case, then reassemble and installing the front panel/grill/io.

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post #1232 of 1237 (permalink) Old 01-07-2018, 09:30 PM
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Anybody using RGB fan in their case?
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post #1233 of 1237 (permalink) Old 01-10-2018, 03:05 PM
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Been lurking here for awhile. I was always fiddling around with trying to get into smaller form factors and have an SG13. Got my hands on an SG05 and decided to mod it down from 10.8L to 7.5L.

Here is my build here:

https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/silverstone-sg05-10-8l-7-5l-case-mod-completed.6294/

I really liked how it turned out.
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post #1234 of 1237 (permalink) Old 09-18-2018, 09:53 AM
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Would this I/O fit into SG05?

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post #1235 of 1237 (permalink) Old 09-21-2018, 03:45 PM
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Would this I/O fit into SG05?

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It appears the ports are too close to each other.

Picture incoming(will edit it in soon).

EDIT.
Images uploaded. I used the 3.5mm to 3.5mm and USB port spacing.
It is more easy to see when going edge to edge then center to center. The spacing does not match.

Silverstone sells these things(or at least they did in the past). This one is for my FT03. It fits the SG05 as far as i know(it does look different than the one in my case, but it is USB 3.0 vs the 2.0 on my case.).
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post #1236 of 1237 (permalink) Old 09-25-2018, 11:23 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Nukemaster View Post
It appears the ports are too close to each other.

Picture incoming(will edit it in soon).

EDIT.
Images uploaded. I used the 3.5mm to 3.5mm and USB port spacing.
It is more easy to see when going edge to edge then center to center. The spacing does not match.

Silverstone sells these things(or at least they did in the past). This one is for my FT03. It fits the SG05 as far as i know(it does look different than the one in my case, but it is USB 3.0 vs the 2.0 on my case.).
Thank you so much.
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post #1237 of 1237 (permalink) Old 01-08-2019, 03:13 PM
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My Ryzen SG05

Firstly apologies as I posted under the SFF section instead of here in SG05 owners. I have previously posted my initial build there too (Oct 2018), but have today made the following changes:

1) Replaced the stock intake fan with a static pressure fan from Noctua (NH-F12). The reason for this is that I figured more direct forced airflow into the case was the way to go.
2) Removed the HDD tray together with the top bracket which is meant for optical drives etc. I found this opens the case up nicely for decent airflow.
3) Modified the top side pillar (forced it a bit wider to accommodate the HDD thickness) to be able to push my 4TB HDD into it sideways. That together with a cable tie and all of a sudden the there it was a nice open front end to the SG05.
4) Changed to a BeQuiet Shadow Rock LP cooler.
5) Removed the IO shield to allow for warm air to escape out the back of the case.
6) Managed the original Corsair short cables the best I could by cutting a few and cable ties on the rest. The Noctua intake has a completely clear path onto the CPU cooler.
7) Removed the original intake fan filter and modified the front grill with a fine filter on the inside. I also managed to make it clip in rather than having to take the whole front off if you want to clean it.

I will soon be doing some real testing on the rig and let you know what the results are. The way I see it is that with these changes I have managed to channel more direct airflow onto a bigger CPU cooler. With the IO shield removed it allows for better ventilation of warm air inside the case. A quick result playing games seems to indicate CPU peaking at around 50C where before it was at 80C on the same title! My M.2 also seems cooler by 15C! I was tempted by an AIO solution for this build, but as an old timer I refuse ;-).

Please let know if you see anything I could have done different or better. Also if you see anything that may be worrying. Thank you for having a look and keep well. I will post test results in the next few days.
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