This is the latest iteration of my SG13 to coincide with the new RTX GPUs.
I added the SFX power supply to create more space and the H80i to allow better cooling for the CPU.
The SX700-LPT requires the PP08 adaptor purchased separately and needed to be mounted fan up as it made a ticking sound when inverted. The flat cables gave a few nice options for routing the GPU and the sata power leads along the chassis rails, and the short 24 pin MB connector stays out of the way of the radiator.
The H80i fits OK, but only with a single fan. I used the Noctua 120 static pressure fan which is inaudible at idle, but still sounds smooth at max RPM. However the tubes of the H80i are quite thick and seem to create hot spots on the motherboard especially near the VRMs. I put a Noctua 40mm fan attached to the AIO tube directing some air there which helped quite a lot. The radiator blocks 2 sata ports on the MB, but there the bottom two were clear, and there is still 2 spare elsewhere if needed.
The SG13 case only uses the USB 3 header for the front IO, so the USB 2 header was free for the Corsair Link cable from the AIO pump which is very useful. It also frees up one of the fan headers on the MB as the H80i pump provides 2 PWM headers for the 120m fans on the rad. (so there is one free when using one fan)
I fitted the 2.5" 2TB drive using the mounting holes on the bottom of the case floor, the 4tb 3.5 " drive on the top mount plate and the 512Gb using the M.2 slot on the motherboard.
The RTX 2080 gets nice and toasty when playing new games and tends to dump a lot of the heat in the case. It's temperatures are fine with the fresh air from the side vents, but I think I might need a way to extract the heat better, perhaps with a 60mm fan on the top vent next to the PSU. I tried using a fan to extract hot air on the RHS of the case, but it seemed to draw the hot air over the MB. Using the RHS as an intake was better in that regard.