Let's be realistic guys, for the $30 target price, it's not budgeted to be any where near premium.Originally Posted by akromatic
indeed but unfortunately fuglyness as well
i loved silverstone cases of the past, it has a premium feel to it but now its fugly plastic
Ah, I would love this as a budget case. If you really want a premium case, you should get a CaseLabs case.Originally Posted by akromatic
that $30 is insignificant, i be happy to pay triple for a premium case.
i dont mind silverstone offering this case for cheaps for the cheap peeps but at the same time there are people who wants premium and be happy to pay for me.
then again my comment on silverstone is in general most of their new case line up are butt fugly and its been pretty down hill for quite a few years
Thanks for posting up the photos, +rep.
Very interesting news. How much did it cost for you to buy it directly from them?Originally Posted by X-mass
Apparently the SG13 has been launched in Europe today by Silverstone
And they very, very kindly offered to let me buy one direct and are shipping it to me today,
As I have written elsewhere, Scan are saying it wont be in stock till mid April!
So here's hoping
Thanks for the quick reply. Hoping it stays closer to the $30~40 range.Originally Posted by X-mass
No idea if they do this as standard, or just because i been a pain in the butt the last month about wanting it urgently and it hasn't arrived yet - but list price plus shipping I think - £50 $75
hope that helps
Great news, thanks for the update!Originally Posted by bloodysharpie
I asked them about when to expect Amazon and Newegg to have it and they told me about 2 weeks.
They would go out the vents passively due to a lower heat pressure outside of the case.Originally Posted by thesandman2236
I have mine facing down to take in the hot air from the H55 rad, if it weren't for the PSU there would be no where for that hot air internally to go.
Well done on getting everything to fit. +rep for the photosOriginally Posted by dougp
OK - AFAIK, this is the first full-loop in a SG13. Took me most of the weekend and almost resorted to throwing everything into an Elite 130 - but I'm happy with the results. I took out the Noctua fan, that thing was a jet engine, and put my Swiftech fan in. Running Intel Burn Test on Standard, nothing went over 50C. Running 3DMark Fire Strike, CPU hit 51C and GPU hit 45C at max. This is a delidded 3770k and a 980.
What components are you using?Originally Posted by Jenna573
So I got my SG13 in the mail and set up my desktop, and am instantly regretting not going with a modular PSU. I will likely RMA the pay I do have because it makes a very high pitched whine that several other people in my house are incapable of hearing, and there are waaay more cables than I thought that there would be. Does anybody have any suggestions on a good modular PSU that fits this case, is 700W+, and isn't *too* expensive? I am hoping I can stay under $75.