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Why not use one of the tall cases like the Jonsbo/Rosewill U2 and then put an SFX PSU using the ATX bracket to get more CPU cooler clearance?
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Waiting to see if the RVZ01 would fit an ATX PSU if remove metal support for SFX PSU. Looks like some room between the existing support and front of case, but not sure if can free up 25mm extra width.

Only interested in ATX PSU option for quietness rather than extra wattage.
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Waiting to see if the RVZ01 would fit an ATX PSU if remove metal support for SFX PSU. Looks like some room between the existing support and front of case, but not sure if can free up 25mm extra width.

Only interested in ATX PSU option for quietness rather than extra wattage.

I will measure my case when I get home tonight and see if I can provide you some numbers.......... thumb.gif
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Thanks for the add.
When I picked it up from Silverstone in CA, Joel let me break open the first pallet to get mine, so I think I'm the first US person to acquire a retail boxed RVZ01 biggrin.gif wish they had serial numbers!

Could you also add me to the SG05 list? That's my SG next to the RVZ in the pic.

And please, tell me that it's the photograph that's making your A88 board look really curved/bowed.

Done. It is a bit curved as there is no backplate and no motherboard standoffs to hold it down.
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Why not use one of the tall cases like the Jonsbo/Rosewill U2 and then put an SFX PSU using the ATX bracket to get more CPU cooler clearance?

15L is too big and I already have a sg05 for that.
I was hoping for something like this:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1744487
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Originally Posted by Anthe View Post

Waiting to see if the RVZ01 would fit an ATX PSU if remove metal support for SFX PSU. Looks like some room between the existing support and front of case, but not sure if can free up 25mm extra width.

Only interested in ATX PSU option for quietness rather than extra wattage.

Not endorsing this, but here is an user in Hong Kong that managed to fit an ATX PSU in his RVZ01:

http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=2049244
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I was hoping for something like this:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1744487
There's the smaller Jonsbo U1/V2 that have no gpu support,but you can't get them as rosewill.
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Not endorsing this, but here is an user in Hong Kong that managed to fit an ATX PSU in his RVZ01:

http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=2049244

Thanks for the link. Good to know its possible, especially as I would be using a shorter PSU.

Still wish the PSU ventilation holes were more generous or matched filtered CPU side.
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So there's a 400W gold bequiet sfx? Only knew about the 300w one
http://www.techpowerup.com/mobile/197771/be-quiet-introduces-the-sfx-power-2-and-tfx-power-2-psus.html

Only the TFX is gold rated, the SFX 400W is bronze rated. Looks to be made by FSP, so it's a brother of the ST45SF.
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you are right sir. probably the same,underrated to keep the fan slower?
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