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Silverstone Sugo G3258

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Jetster, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. Jetster

    Jetster

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    Just a small project for an HTPC

    Parts list:
    Silverstone Sugo Series SG05BB-lite
    Intel Pentium G3258
    ASRock Z97M-ITX/AC
    Patriot Gamer Series 4G 2x2 DDR3
    Corsair Hydro Series H50 Quiet Edition Liquid Cooler
    Silverstone SFX ST30SF 300w PSU

    Its 8.5"Wide, 7"Tall, 11" long



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    Didn't like it. It will fit a GPU but I'm trying no to use one. 24 pin to cramped. Lets swap it.

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    Load testing the PSU. Fan is not spinning at all.

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    Where to put the SSD? There is something in the way

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    I think i found a spot for the SSD

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    gonna get a aio watercooler or a Noctua NH-L9i to do some small oc while keeping that small Pentium beast cold?
     
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    I'm hoping the H50 I had laying around fits it okay. Its pretty small
     
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    that i will be waiting to see, u gonna oc or undervolt it? :cool:
     
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    Both, we'll have to see what the board can do first. Then Ill decide later.
     
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    i will be following here to see how it all turns out, and good choice of hw, not too expensive ^^
     
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    looks pretty nice and yeah 5 sata ports on mini itx board
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    H50 should be fine, I have my G3258 at 4.2GHz on the stock cooler and it's only warm to the touch.
     
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    Here is 4.4 Ghz with the voltage set to auto for the burn in

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    Hot damn, the simplest builds are the best in my eyes.
     
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    Multiplier 46 1.26 V put fan at full appears to be stable

    I got it to boot to windows at 48 1.35v but it was not stable BSOD when I started Prime.

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    Slap a titan in there and give us some benchmarks.
     
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    Maybe Ill throw my GTX780 in it and see what the Firestrike score is. I think it will actually fit in the case

    This is from guru3d with a 780ti
    My 4790K w/ GTX 780 scores a 9300

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    why stop there? :p borrow a AMD 295X2
     
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    Added some pictures. Plus I need idea for the SSD. I have no Idea what that mount is for should I cut it off?

    Load testing the PSU. Fan is not spinning at all. It says its simi fan less but its under full load
     
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    Nice work! What did this build cost?
     
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    Lets add it up

    $55....G3258 used from Gunslinger
    $107..ASRock Z97M-ITX/AC
    $35.....Silverstone Sugo Series SG05BB
    $55.....PSU Silverstone SFX ST30SF
    $40.....H50 (I had this from another build but bought on sale)
    $100...Samsung EVO120

    So $392 Some of the parts I had. It will stream movies from my PC downstairs with XBMC UPnP server
     
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    After 20 min on OCCT PSU stress test the fan finally started spinning. For about 30 sec

    No noise

     
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    Added a bunch of photos to the first and second post.

    Done for now
     
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    Sounds like you got a better G3258 than I did with that clocking potential and voltages. Very nice work!
     
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    i got the gold version of this psu SS SFX psu it's really awesome and small :cool:
     
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    I'm actually looking at what other cases take the SFX PSUs. They are cool. It even came with a bracket that allows you to bolt it into a standard case

    I actually saved some money by buying the PSU and Case separate. The case with 400w PSU is $120
     
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