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Old July 7, 2011, 05:01 PM
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Old July 7, 2011, 05:28 PM
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I like how the PSU box is the same size as your case
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Old July 11, 2011, 10:25 AM
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I wanted to post these sooner, but I've been busy lol.




Inside the Silverstone Sugo SG01 Evo




Adding some flare with 3 x 80mm UV orange white LED Xigmatek Fans



Asus P8P68-M Pro Rev 3.0 Board, This small board packs a big punch


My Scythe Big Shuriken Low Profile Cooler modded with a Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm ultra quiet fan


Re-using my MSI Fermi 460. It barely fit, but it made it in!


OCZ Vertex 3 SATA3 SSD, really excited (and nervous) to see how this thing performs


Corsair Professional series 750W Modular Powersupply. Yes.. The box itself is the size of my Case lol!


Corsair does it right with a bag for the modular power cables and even a little felt baggie for the Power Supply. Luxury!


Managed to fit everything in! (minus the 4 gigs of Gskill RAM, the heatspreaders were too big :/ )I didn't take a picture of the other side because cable management is non existent!


Finished Product! Even managed to fit my NZXT fan controller




Nice White/orange glow in the dark.


7's all around :)

All in all it was a good solid build. This was my first SFF case and I'm happy with the quality of Silverstone's product. This is a very difficult job if you have big hands lol.. I hope you guys enjoy the pics I know it isn't as elaborate as some of the projects posted in this category, but I'm happy with my results and it should fit perfectly inside my 465 square foot box of an apartment in Toronto once I move up for my new job.

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Old July 12, 2011, 01:28 PM
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amazing all that fits in the little silverstone case, LoL...Very tidy too, even harder to imagine...lookin' good...
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Damn what can't we fit in HTPC case now XD good job dude!
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very nice. now gives us some temps readings at full cpu+gpu load!
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Old July 12, 2011, 08:04 PM
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Small things come in HOTpackages...



Maybe something should be done in the near future....

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very nice. now gives us some temps readings at full cpu+gpu load!
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I like how the PSU box is the same size as your case
I laughed about that as well.

Wow, amazing that it fits in there. Other than the RAM you mentioned.
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97 degrees... ouch.
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