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post #1 of 120 (permalink) Old 08-14-2014, 09:03 PM - Thread Starter
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It looks like it's time for my #beastMODE hyp36r Version I to move onto a different case. I had a lot fun working with my Silverstone SG05 and it looks as if i'll be rebuilding into a Cooler Master Elite 130. It is indeed much larger then the SG05, however i'll be able to pack a larger radiator, reservoir and finally put a block onto my Nvidia GTX 780Ti. I recently had an opportunity to work alongside the Cooler Master team and I figured it would be one hell of a rite of passage to move my build into a CM case.

I know a few have made comments that I inspired some of you to build in a Silverstone's SG05, and fear not I will be keeping the case for another build within the next year, so definitely stay tuned for that!

I look forward to inspire even more people to continue building Mini ITX builds thumb.gif

You can visit my original build log here: https://www.overclock.net/t/1394314/build-log-watercooled-sg05-haswell-omgbbq/0_50

Here's a few shots of how she was:









Now here is the CM Elite 130 X Silverstone SG05:





Parts List:
[✓] Case: Cooler Master Elite 130
[✓] Motherboard: Asus ROG Maximus VI Impact
[✓] CPU: Haswell i7 4770K
[✓] Ram: 8GB
[✓] GPU: GTX 780ti
[✓] SSD: Crucial 120gb M.2 NGFF
[✓] HDD: Western Digital Black 750gb 2.5" 7200rpm
[_] HDD: 1TB HDD 2.5" 7200rpm
[✓] Pump: Swiftech Apogee Drive II
[✓] Radiator: Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 120 Radiator
[✓] Fans: 2x Scythe AP29 GT
[✓] Reservoir: Bitspower 5.25 Bay Reservoir
[_] PSU: Silverstone SX600-G 600W SFX

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3DMark Firestrike
3D Mark: Firestrike (Click to show)

Score: 9957
CPU Core: 3.9Ghz (Stock)
GPU Core: 1046 mhz (Overclocked)

CPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 39C / 43C
GPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 36C / 44C

Link: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4196284

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HWINFO 64 Intel i7 4770K


HWINFO 64 Nvidia GTX 780Ti

Battlefield 4 Multiplayer
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CPU Core: 3.9Ghz (Stock)
GPU Core: 1046 mhz (Overclocked)

CPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 34C / 45C
GPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 31C / 47C

Battlefield 4








HWINFO 64 Intel i7 4770K


HWINFO 64 Nvidia GTX 780Ti

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Score: 1485
FPS: 58.9
Min FPS: 8.5
Max FPS: 122.3
CPU Core: 3.9Ghz (Stock)
GPU Core: 1046 mhz (Overclocked)

CPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 33C / 40C
GPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 30C / 43C

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HWINFO 64 Intel i7 4770K



HWINFO 64 Nvidia GTX 780Ti


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CPU Core: 3.9Ghz (Stock)
GPU Core: 1046 mhz (Overclocked)

Ambient temperature: 23C
CPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 36C / 43C
GPU temperature (Min) / (Max): 34C / 45C

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HWINFO 64 Nvidia GTX 780Ti



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There's nothing sexier then a sleeved system thumb.gif





Notice I removed the 5.25" drive bay for easier modding access. I had to drill out four rivets in the front, while it is held on by two screws in the end of that 5.25" drive bay.

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Nice, looking forward to this. (And of course your new sg05 build)
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Mmmm, it seems someone else has the same build in mind as me tongue.gif

I'll wait to see your results first I guess. Keen to see the viability of overclocking using the single monsta 120 smile.gif

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Subbed! smile.gif you were doing an awesome job with the SG05 and sparked some inspiration in me. So I'll be keeping a close eye on this build. Keep up the great work.
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