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post #11 of 2975 (permalink) Old 06-11-2014, 08:03 PM
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Silverstone makes a converter: SDP08
This is just one example.

As for the mounting locations, it looks like it mounts the 3.5" on the floor or on the wall close to the front. And it looks like the 2.5 is mounted in front of the mesh? There is a rectangle bracket sitting there.

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Looks like another solid case release.

.5cm taller and 1cm longer than an SG05

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This is awesome, will be using this case for my next build I think. Maybe it can support a bigger rad than the sg05 somehow/where. Great to see it supports atx psu and longer gpus!
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Anyone know if a 290 will fit in it?

Why do we mount round fans on square radiators?


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Anyone know if a 290 will fit in it?
Doubt it, the case is 285 mm and the card is 278mm.

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This is awesome, will be using this case for my next build I think. Maybe it can support a bigger rad than the sg05 somehow/where. Great to see it supports atx psu and longer gpus!

We can at least fit a 140mm radiator now smile.gif
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Doubt it, the case is 285 mm and the card is 278mm.

I feel it's possible to fit an R9 290 (X), however it maybe very snug. Using a 290 (X) air coolers in the SG05 requires cutting a hole in the front face plate as it can only accommodate up to 10.75 inches (273 mm) with the face plate on. Compared to the SG13 that gives us a little more room in the front that we were missing in the SG05. It's possible with a little dremel action to the front frame we can fit an R9 290 (X). thumb.gif

Here are a few measurements:

Reference AMD R9 290 (X): 11 inches (278 mm)
Asus R9290X-DC2OC-4GD5 R9 290X DirectCU II OC: 11.3 inches (288 mm)
Sapphire Tri-X OC R9 290X: 12 inches (305 mm)
Gigabyte GV-R929XOC-4GD R9 290X Windforce OC: 11.1 inches (282 mm)
HIS R9 290X IceQ X² Turbo: 11.69 inches (297 mm)
MSI R9 290X Gaming 4G: 10.9 inches (279 mm)

Reference Nvidia GTX 780Ti: 10.5 inches (266 mm)

Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...0x,3728-3.html

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so they took the SG05 and did what modders have been doing by cutting out the PSU hole to take in an ATX PSU and made it slightly longer and taller.

cant say i like the front though, its fugly like the SG09

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Silverstone's been really on point with their space efficiency.

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If the target price is really $30, it will be a popular budget case.

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If the target price is really $30, it will be a popular budget case.

Confirmed: Target MSRP is $30 USD


Source: FutureLooks: http://www.futurelooks.com/episode-3-computex-2014-coverage-featuring-quiet-msi-noctua-silverstone-zotac-video/

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