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post #11 of 1237 (permalink) Old 12-03-2013, 07:38 AM
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post #12 of 1237 (permalink) Old 12-06-2013, 05:24 PM
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Hi all smile.gif.

How well would a non reference GPU fare in terms of cooling, in the SG05?
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Just fine. The side panel is perforated along the whole length so the GPU has direct access to fresh air.


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Just fine. The side panel is perforated along the whole length so the GPU has direct access to fresh air.
So if I were to take my 760 gaming and cool my CPU with a H70, the SG05 wouldnt turn into an oven for my components?

( My CPU never goes above 60 with 2x 500rpm fans, even at 100% )
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You might find the H70 and both fans is a struggle to fit in the case. How deep is the radiator? It will also depend which motherboard, the ATX connector might be right up against the second fan.


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You might find the H70 and both fans is a struggle to fit in the case. How deep is the radiator? It will also depend which motherboard, the ATX connector might be right up against the second fan.
Well the plan was to use the P8Z77i Deluxe, H70 w/ 1 or 2 NF-F12's, GTX 760 Gaming, ST45SF-G and a 840 EVO.

Even with a single NF-F12, it only reaches 63c on the hottest core with 550rpm, I'm currently using 2 stock fans from an unknown maker just for testing, they perform ~3c better from time to time.
So I was only thinking on putting on another fan, for the sake of bringing colder air into the case, so I won't heat stuff like the VRM's up.
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Don't worry about heating up the VRMs, all you need is airflow over them, and there will be enough. Remember it's a 11liter case, one fan can push more percentage of the total volume than 5 fans can in your Define R4. The SG05 is designed so the front intake, plus GPU fans, plus PSU as exhaust are constantly moving air throughout the whole case.

If I were you I would change to the H60 with two fans, rather than H70 with one fan. But I have no hard evidence to base that on smile.gif


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I don't think p/p on an h70 will fit in an SG05. Possibly if the tubes are running out the top of the rad, but it would be really close. I ran a galaxy 560ti in the red SG05 above with an h70 and a 2000 rpm CM fan on the rad, and stayed in the 70's when gaming. When stress testing the cpu (i5 3550S) never broke 85 and the gpu 83, but never stressed them at the same time since that's an unrealistic load. That case was packed with a 3.5" HDD and an ATX PSU as well though, so an SFX PSU and SSD should allow much more airflow.
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I don't think p/p on an h70 will fit in an SG05. Possibly if the tubes are running out the top of the rad, but it would be really close. I ran a galaxy 560ti in the red SG05 above with an h70 and a 2000 rpm CM fan on the rad, and stayed in the 70's when gaming. When stress testing the cpu (i5 3550S) never broke 85 and the gpu 83, but never stressed them at the same time since that's an unrealistic load. That case was packed with a 3.5" HDD and an ATX PSU as well though, so an SFX PSU and SSD should allow much more airflow.

Do I read that right? You got an i5-S to 85C with an H70 and fan running at 2000rpm? Is that stressing with Prime95 with AVX2 enabled?


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I don't think p/p on an h70 will fit in an SG05. Possibly if the tubes are running out the top of the rad, but it would be really close. I ran a galaxy 560ti in the red SG05 above with an h70 and a 2000 rpm CM fan on the rad, and stayed in the 70's when gaming. When stress testing the cpu (i5 3550S) never broke 85 and the gpu 83, but never stressed them at the same time since that's an unrealistic load. That case was packed with a 3.5" HDD and an ATX PSU as well though, so an SFX PSU and SSD should allow much more airflow.
Maybe I should invest in a 5k RPM fan then, and use the Fan Xpert to control the speed, so it wont be deafening all the time tongue.gif.

I wonder if such a fan would kill my mobo from drawing too much voltage.
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