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post #3041 of 3048 (permalink) Old 04-27-2020, 01:28 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by clannagh View Post
Choose an SFX or SFX-L . Using an ATX supply will just cause a lot of grief later on with cable routing. If possible go for a unit with modular leads for the same reason.
Thanks, SFX supply was my first choice, unfortunately I couldn't find a SFX -> ATX adapter in proper time, so I went with a Seasonic Focus GX 550W, fully modular and hoping that I will manage with the wire management

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post #3042 of 3048 (permalink) Old 05-13-2020, 03:56 AM
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Thank you for inspiration and guidelines, I've finished my build, running rock solid and quiet !

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Looks very tidy, good build.
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post #3044 of 3048 (permalink) Old 05-22-2020, 11:09 AM
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I bought an SG13 as a test rig for another project but ended up using it to build a stealth mode cafe workstation for fun.

I modded a Swiss rucksack by removing the cloth panel that separates the two main compartments to make one big compartment for the SG13. I also cut out the bottom panel and, with the help of the seamstress in the local market, replaced it with fabric mesh for airflow and a strip of webbing to support the SG13 when carrying.

I made the screen from an iPad retina panel, a driver board, some aluminum strip, an acrylic frame from Muji and a projector tripod.

The SG13 build has a 120 AIO with push pull fans, an X99 ITX with 32GB and an i7 6950x (2nd hand). The screen is powered from the SF600 PSU via a DC socket I added above the IO panel. CPU and AIO block are lapped very carefully to a mirror finish.

Photo shows idle temps running inside the rucksack with fans on silent mode.

Posting to show the rucksack mod mainly but I think the little screen is quite cool too.
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Hi all!
Planning to build a low power 1080p gaming rig in SG13WB-Q (with solid front panel) and need a cpu cooler advice.
MoBo is asus z170i, 35-65w cpu (not chosen yet), nvidia 1060 (or 1660) GPU and a SFX psu.

Cooler suggestion is Thermalright AXP-100H and ID-Cooling IS-60. Both with fan swap (25mm thick).
TR has a way better build quality and a backplate. Cons - 30% more expensive, 92х92 mm fan
ID is cheaper, 120x120 mm fan, better cooling capabilities, but i need to find a compatible backplate and possible RAM clearence issues.

TR on same MB in attachment, ID on itx amd mobo too.

Need advice!
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post #3046 of 3048 (permalink) Old 05-27-2020, 06:43 PM
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Two better options might be the Noctua NH12S (photo from earlier post by jayrock, I believe he inverted the PSU and HSF fan so the airflow goes upwards and exits through the PSU)



and the Scythe Big Shuriken 3 (the one in the photo below is reversed to get better airflow and hangs over the ram and almost hits the RHS case) :




NOTE: The case is designed for an AIO and when watercooled the recommended airflow intakes through the radiator at the front and exits out through the RHS and also through the PSU if its inverted.

For aircooling that airflow (inverted PSU exhausting case air) would only work if you reversed the fan on the HSF which is not optimal for many HSF though the NH-12S probably does not care. I personally have found it better to intake though a fan on the RHS of the case and exhaust out the front when using aircooling.

With aircooling a SFX PSU is a must. Be careful about going to a 25cm fan on the HSF as you need a fair bit of clearance (probably as much clearance as the thickness of the fan) between the fan and the PSU for optimal airflow.

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Quote: Originally Posted by heb1001 View Post
I bought an SG13 as a test rig for another project but ended up using it to build a stealth mode cafe workstation for fun.

I modded a Swiss rucksack by removing the cloth panel that separates the two main compartments to make one big compartment for the SG13. I also cut out the bottom panel and, with the help of the seamstress in the local market, replaced it with fabric mesh for airflow and a strip of webbing to support the SG13 when carrying.

I made the screen from an iPad retina panel, a driver board, some aluminum strip, an acrylic frame from Muji and a projector tripod.

The SG13 build has a 120 AIO with push pull fans, an X99 ITX with 32GB and an i7 6950x (2nd hand). The screen is powered from the SF600 PSU via a DC socket I added above the IO panel. CPU and AIO block are lapped very carefully to a mirror finish.

Photo shows idle temps running inside the rucksack with fans on silent mode.

Posting to show the rucksack mod mainly but I think the little screen is quite cool too.
Interesting PSU location inverted and closer to the MB.

Of course you may not get it onto an aircraft with an AIO in it.
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post #3048 of 3048 (permalink) Old 05-28-2020, 08:29 AM
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Interesting PSU location inverted and closer to the MB.

Of course you may not get it onto an aircraft with an AIO in it.
I put the PSU there to see how much space there would be left on top afterwards.

There’s enough space for a 2nd HDD but it would be near the heat from the GPU.

The little screen I made also fits into that space and it’s possible to put the shell back on afterwards. I thought I could pack it in there for protection but you have to remove the case from the rucksack to do that so it’s less stealthy.

I was also thinking of moving the PSU up and putting a second 120 radiator under it exhausting through the PSU. Or maybe I could turn the PSU over and put one on top.

I’m aware of the issue with AIOs and carry on luggage.

Actually, I spent some time recently working out how to get an air-cooled dual CPU SSI-EEB workstation motherboard with 3 GPUs into an aluminium carry on suitcase.

It’s hard to see what’s going on from the CAD screenshot but I used two SFX PSUs to get enough power. They are top left and top centre of the plan view, on either side of the space occupied by one of the tubes for the suitcase handle. The CPU air coolers are two Noctua coolers. The blue curves show that the back of the suitcase can still open but the front would get stuck on the third GPU. So you’d have to open the back first and lift it out vertically. There are two fans at one end: a 140 and a 120 and two HDDs. I had some SSDs in there too but the CAD solver couldn’t cope.

I probably won’t make that design. I think it would be pretty noisy.
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