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post #2951 of 2957 (permalink) Old 06-16-2019, 06:49 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by clannagh View Post
Diagram attached showing dimensions of Big Shuriken 3. It looks feasible with shorter ram and a SFX to mount this one backwards meaning the fan would be more exposed (less of the fan under the PSU). Looking at the diagram it might even be possible to cram on a 140 mm fan with 120 mm mounts such as the Noctua NFA-15, NF P14R or Thermaltake TY-147A/B, TY-143 (130 cfm but apparently gets loud) or even the 140mmx13mm TY-14013BW.
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Mounting the Big Shuriken 3 so the heatsink overhangs the ram works fine and results in a much larger proportion of the fan being in the "open air", cooling is good . I was using Ballistic RGB ram and had to remove the light diffuser bar for the heatsink to clear the ram.

I tried a TY-14013BW and it fitted fine with the heatsink in the "standard" position (overhanging the rear ports) and gave more clearance between the HSF and PSU - however it unfortunately interfered with the RHS case by 5 mm when the heatsink was rotated to overhang the ram.

I will post photos at some point when I have more time.
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post #2952 of 2957 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 02:04 AM
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Hey there, for those wondering if a thick radiator like the h80i will fit with 2 fans on the SG13, yesterday I’️ve been working with and cleaning my build and I’️ve mounted an arctic liquid freezer 120 with an A25 and A15 in push pull. Space is so tight I can’️t lock the 24pin cable but everything works perfectly. Even with 2 fans, the airflow of this case it's not good for this kind of high TDP CPUs. Unfortunately there isn't a single case that can fit a D15 that i find attractive. They are all ugly or they are too big to be called itx.

Currently, I'm using the A25 at 800rpm and the A15 at 700rpm. I will do some stress tests with real bench and with some other tool w/o AVX to check temps.

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intel 8086k @ 5Ghz 1.25v llc1
asrock z390 itx phantom gaming
teamgroup 16Gb Xtreem 8pack 4133 cl18
evga rtx 2060 xc ultra
seasonic focus sgx 600w
samsung evo 960 250gb
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post #2953 of 2957 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019, 10:03 PM
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That is a very cosy fit, so one fan is 15mm and the other 25mm ?

Meanwhile, as promised, here are some photos of a Big Shuriken 3 installed in an sg13 (Asus H370i, SF450 PSU, HSF mounted to hang over the ram).
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post #2954 of 2957 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 02:17 AM
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My apologies for the poor terminology there. I think we are on the same page but just to make sure I was meaning using the PSU as an exhaust.

Yeah it is definitely a tight fit, seen some nice /r/perfectfit material when doing research on push pulls in the build.
No use SF450/SF600 as intake. Then use 92mm noctua side fan as exhaust.
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post #2955 of 2957 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 04:13 AM
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2080 Ti in a SG-13

Hello all, I was wondering if anyone had done a 2080 Ti in an unmodded SG-13 case. I'm truthfully going to be using a 2080 Super when they drop, but I figure temps will be closely inline with a 2080 TI. ANYWAY, if anyone has a 2080 Ti in one of these cases, I'd love to hear what your temps are while leaving the card air cooled.

Building a rig for my father that he will use in an RV and I'm trying to make it small-ish for him. I want the GPU and CPU facing in a manner that when there's bouncing up and down on the road it won't be pulling on either the CPU socket or the PCI-E connector (motherboard laying flat essentially). If you have another case you'd recommend for such a beefy GPU let me know. I've spent hours trying to figure out what to do case wise as this will be my first SFF build. Thanks!
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2080 Ti in a SG-13

Hello all! I'm trying to build my first SFF PC for my father who drives around the country in an RV. I'd like to know what temps you have if you have a 2080 Ti in one of these cases. I'll actually be using a 2080 Super if it can stay cool enough, but temps should line up close-ish to a 2080 Ti.

Furthermore, if you have a different case you'd recommend where the motherboard lays flat in the case (I don't want the bouncing on the road to pull on the CPU socket or the PCI-E connector) by all means let me know. Specifically I'm concerned with the GPU temps.

Anyway, thanks for your time!
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Are you talking about an air cooled CPU as well ?
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