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silverstone sg13 build - help/suggestions

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Posted · Original PosterOP

hello, i want small compact gaming rig around 6500sek (swedish crown) 700€ or 750$

i want complete deskstop (all components) just without GPU.

i was looking for something like

mb: asus maximus vi impact

cpu: i5 4690k

psu: silverstone 500w modular sfx-L (its 80+ gold if i saw well)

ram: hyperx fury (2x4gb) 1866MHz ddr3 non-ecc cl10

storage: any ssd (250gb-no more) + i already have one HDD 1tb

cpu cooler: ??? (i was looking for noctua nh-L9i is it ok?)

pls comment and help me if you have any changes or suggestions

thanks !

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I myself have a cooler master elite 110 AMD build. and seeing how that cpu is 88w, you NEED a luiqid cooler. my 65w A6-7400k was at a toasty 55C.
I'd maybe gone for an AMD build considering your budget. and what GPU do you have?
 

I myself have the FM2+ platform. which works for quite a most games and is cheaper. otherwise it looks good.

do you want me to give you a complete list of specific parts within your budget?

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looks fine. You can fit 1 HDD in the roof and one SSD in the floor. L9i will fit fine, though don't expect a big overclock. The case suits 1 fan AIOs, so that's the usual way to go if you want to OC. With no GPU you can get a 140mm size one. I think the PSU you suggest is the SFX-L, which is larger than an SFX. However, full ATXs can (just!) fit, so that's fine


If you make a post contradicting mine that doesn't directly address my claims, or cites 'facts' without evidence, I'm probably not going to bother responding to it, because you probably didn't bother reading my post properly, and because life is too short. It doesn't mean I don't have an answer for you. It means I'm not dignifying you with a response. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I myself have a cooler master elite 110 AMD build. and seeing how that cpu is 88w, you NEED a luiqid cooler. my 65w A6-7400k was at a toasty 55C.

I'd maybe gone for an AMD build considering your budget. and what GPU do you have?

 

I myself have the FM2+ platform. which works for quite a most games and is cheaper. otherwise it looks good.

do you want me to give you a complete list of specific parts within your budget?

noctua can cool it for sure, its very low space for liquid cooling but its possible to put it in.

i rly dont prefere AMDs

gpu: r9 280x turboduo by powercolor (it can still run around 7-8 months and i will replace it too)

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looks fine. You can fit 1 HDD in the roof and one SSD in the floor. L9i will fit fine, though don't expect a big overclock. The case suits 1 fan AIOs, so that's the usual way to go if you want to OC. With no GPU you can get a 140mm size one. I think the PSU you suggest is the SFX-L, which is larger than an SFX. However, full ATXs can (just!) fit, so that's fine

yes you right, i was thinking on SFX-L, my bad.

thanks for help mate (Y)

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noctua can cool it for sure, its very low space for liquid cooling but its possible to put it in.

i rly dont prefere AMDs

gpu: r9 280x turboduo by powercolor (it can still run around 7-8 months and i will replace it too)

I'm still not sold on the noctua.

why not?

 

hopefully that GPU will fit.

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I'm still not sold on the noctua.

why not?

 

hopefully that GPU will fit.

you still not sold on noctua?

whats that mean? xD

i still maintain that the intel>amd

i had a intel in my first pc and didnt ever change it for amd and i will not in future too.

in sg13 can fit any gpu (maybe not any but 99%)

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you still not sold on noctua?

whats that mean? xD

i still maintain that the intel>amd

i had a intel in my first pc and didnt ever change it for amd and i will not in future too.

in sg13 can fit any gpu (maybe not any but 99%)

It means I don't think it will work. quite a common expression.

 

Well, you're allowed your preference, your build after all.

 

266mm will fit a lot of gpu's that's true, but not 99%

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It means I don't think it will work. quite a common expression.

 

Well, you're allowed your preference, your build after all.

 

266mm will fit a lot of gpu's that's true, but not 99%

yes thats my fail but i just looking at titan x and its fits in ^^

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Guys im using a full atx and 1x 3.5hdd and 1x2.5ssd in the case, with an aio cooler for the cpu. 
Anyone has tips about the gpu? Price doesnt really matter, but im trying to fit non refrence style cards if possible. I have seen even 277mm long gpus fitting in, with bit of mod for the power cable.

Cutting and modding is also no problem :)
Any help is welcomed. 
Thanks..

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Guys im using a full atx and 1x 3.5hdd and 1x2.5ssd in the case, with an aio cooler for the cpu. 

Anyone has tips about the gpu? Price doesnt really matter, but im trying to fit non refrence style cards if possible. I have seen even 277mm long gpus fitting in, with bit of mod for the power cable.

Cutting and modding is also no problem :)

Any help is welcomed. 

Thanks..

a full atx PSU or mobo?

and what GPU?

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a full atx PSU or mobo?

and what GPU?

oh snap forgot to update here.

Yeah i managed to stuff in a Seasonic 860 platinum and an MSI gaming 8g 390x in side it.

Tho i had to cut alot of the front side of the frame to accomodate the thickness of that gpu.

Managed to stuff in a 4tb hdd inside as well, just above the seidon 120v. 

So all in all. Amazingly engineered case. hdd is bit hot, but everything works.

There is literally no gap between the radiator and gpu and hdd.

Brought it along for a few road trips, it held up fine.

Sorry for the necro, just thought i would update here in case its usefull.

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