My first SFF build in the Sliger SM570


Caliper Novice
Original poster
Jul 19, 2019

So I wanted to upgrade from my old rig which ran an i5 6600k and a Fury X.
These are the components I picked for this beauty.
  • Sliger SM570
  • Ryzen 3700x
  • Gigabyte Aorus X570 ITX motherboard
  • Corsair Vengeange RGB Pro 32gb (2x 16GB) running at 3600 mhz
  • Corsair SF600 Platinum
  • EVGA RTX 2080 TI
  • 4x Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM fans
  • DeepCool Fan Hub
  • Alphacool Eisbear LT & Alphacool NexXxoS V2 240mm radiator
  • 2x Intel 660P 2TB SSD with EKWB m.2 NVMe Heatsink
  • Custom PSLATE cable

Overall I am very satisfied with both the case and my choice of parts. It was such a challenge to build, especially getting the CPU loop looking clean. So far it runs everything I throw at it and I have not had any problems yet.
In terms of configuration, I ran all 4 fans as exhaust to have the GPU work as an intake for fresh air. CPU idle temps are ~40C, while GPU idle are ~36C.


What's an ITX?
Nov 5, 2019
Sweet build! I too am building in an SM570 (AIO though, I'm lazy on a budget), was wondering if you'd be willing to share your insight on what cable lengths to do on your custom PSU cables. Also curious why you didn't hide the RGB controller behind the front panel. Mine looks like a wire mess ATM, but hoping when it's completed it cleans up nicely.

Also, curious if anybody else had issues with their PSU I/O switch hitting the frame? I had to shave my down with a dremel to fit.