SilverStone Technology Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX Small Form Factor Computer Case SG13WB Black/White
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- Supports standard-length expansion cards (10.5 inches)
- Mini-DTX / Mini-ITX motherboard & ATX PSU compatible
- Supports 120mm or 140mm single fan All-in-One Liquid Cooler
- Supports 2.5" and 3.5" hard drives
- Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components
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Description for Silverstone Tek Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX Small Form Factor Computer Case with Mesh Front
After bringing Mini-ITX into mainstream DIY (do it yourself) market in 2009 with the Sugo SG05, Silverstone is looking to define the category again with SG13, a newly evolved design that aims to satisfy every type of computer users. At only 11.5 liters in size, it has suitably small statue for easily integrating into numerous computing environments and will comfortably fit many standard components for general purpose or office builds. For enthusiasts and in keeping with Sugo series' famed tradition, the SG13's ability to fit 10.5" long expansion card, standard ATX power supply, and all-in-one liquid cooler in 120mm or 140mm size will help produce amazingly small and powerful systems.
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The case itself is not necessarily a steal at ~$45, but is certainly worth every penny. I got the mesh front and can honestly say that the waffle pattern seen in the picture is not nearly as prominent in person. The metal (the sides and top are one piece) is not very thick but does feel sturdy enough to hold up. It does tend to bulge out slightly, but that's a minor nuisance. When it comes to building, I felt that it was very easy to work with. I won't list my full build, but just what mattered for this case. The motherboard, CPU, ram, and storage are nothing more than preference, though if you can get away with a single 2.5" drive (I used a 250GB SSD), I'd recommend it to negate the need for the upper drive bay.
Graphics: EVGA GTX 980 SC ACX 2.0 EVGA GTX 980 SC ACX 2.0 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card 04G-P4-2983-KR
This is absolutely the longest Graphics Card that will fit without modification to the front. There is not a single millimeter to spare. Choose wisely.
Cooling: Corsair H55 AIO Water Cooler Corsair Hydro Series H55 Quiet Edition Liquid CPU Cooler (CW-9060010-WW)
I recommend water cooling regardless of processor or OC to keep CPU temps low. If air cooling, definitely use a blower-style graphics card.
Power Supply: Corsair 600W Modular Corsair CX Series 600 Watt ATX/EPS Modular 80 PLUS Bronze ATX12V/EPS12V 552 Power Supply CX600M
ATX is fine but I recommend modular design to keep cable clutter down. If water cooling, I recommend having fan facing out so it gets cool air.
Mount the 2.5" drive first, then mount the already fully assembled motherboard. Keep cables managed along the way. Graphics card should be last. Long graphics cards (like mine) will either need to be mounted through the front or at least have that side of the front popped loose so there is room to back it in first. The case is awesome, and I highly recommend it, just be conscious of its limitations. By following good steps and stuffing spare wire above the radiator, the actual center of my case is open space. No wires, just good airflow. As others have stated, a 140mm cooler will be problematic for the graphics card and drive bay if you end up using. Happy building.
I had ordered all my parts and was about halfway through assembling it before I realized that there was a problem. It doesn't say anywhere in the specs or marketing literature that a 140mm cooler limits what other components you can install. The only mention I found of it was on page 24 of the instruction manual, and by the time I saw that, it was a little late. I had to stop what I was doing, order a new cooler, and wait for it to arrive before finishing assembly. Now I've got to return the first cooler and eat the return shipping cost because of a compatibility problem that Silverstone knew about but failed to make clear up front. On a more minor note, three of the four tabs for the screws that hold on the front panel were already broken when it arrived because the screws had been overtorqued at the factory. The front panel is still staying on okay, but I'm worried that it might not in the future.
But aside from that, it's a great little case. Cable management is an issue, as with all tiny cases, but everything runs cool and quiet. I highly recommend a modular PSU, because it will help cut down on cable clutter, and you may even want to consider an SFX PSU with an adapter bracket to give yourself a little more room to work with. SFX units generally have shorter cables, so they should be more manageable.
Careful when removing the front panel. The power and reset switch wires in mine were barely attached and broke off with a very light touch.
Make sure your PSU is no longer than 150cm.
For air cooling your only options will be stock cooler or an extremely low profile aftermarket cooler as the PSU is directly above the CPU.