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Originally Posted by sandystoneΒ View Post

i saw this so.... tongue.giftongue.gif ..which actually means that its not impossible with ML07 ... they have worked a way out with micro ATX and ATX PSU

Did you not read "weird matx like asrock h61m-vs3 that close to itx with additional 1 expension slot" ? I can't even find the actual dimension of that board. Mini -tx is 170mm x 170mm. Your motherboard is 24.4cm x 20.6cm. ATX PSU is 150 Γ— 86 Γ— 140 mm. Your MB is definitely standard micro ATX. Just compare the picture side by side and you will notice that h61m-vs3 is way smaller than micro-ATX specification.
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The asrock H61 mobo is mDTX size, not mATX or mITX
    
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5775C (4.4 @ 1.36v) VII Impact 1080Ti Ballistix LP 2x8GB (2133 9-10-9-24 T1) 
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XP941 256GB Ultra II 960GB D15 10 
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X34 Poker 2 (Clears) 460w fanless FD Nano S 
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G303 Artisan Hayate Audioengine D1 + AT A700X 
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XP941 256GB Ultra II 960GB D15 10 
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X34 Poker 2 (Clears) 460w fanless FD Nano S 
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G303 Artisan Hayate Audioengine D1 + AT A700X 
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Hi All

Wanted to share some ideas which not all of you are going to agree with me
I love the concept of Raven rvz01, however sfx psu was always my issue
Si I ended up with this πŸ˜€
Now before anyone ask for more I have very limited budget and the build is not going to be completed until maybe another month but plz take a look and slep me wink.gif

Who can guess the PSU?
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Originally Posted by AmaterΒ View Post

Hi All

Wanted to share some ideas which not all of you are going to agree with me
I love the concept of Raven rvz01, however sfx psu was always my issue
Si I ended up with this πŸ˜€
Now before anyone ask for more I have very limited budget and the build is not going to be completed until maybe another month but plz take a look and slep me wink.gif

Who can guess the PSU?

EVGA Supernova 850? How did you manage to get it under the front panel USB 3.0 header card?

EDIT: the adapter cable for the two case fans is kind of strange. One of the heads goes [ x x x x ] where "x" is a pin, and the other goes [ x 0 x x ] where the "0" is a place with no pin, even though there is a slot for where a pin would be able to go. Is my adapter broken?
Edited by frigidanchors - 1/10/15 at 10:12pm
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Hello,

I recently buy a rvz01 ! Damn, he's pretty nice, but i have a problem.
First of all, my configuration :


1 x Core i5-4690K - 3,5 GHz
1 x 840 EVO 250 Go
1 x Ventirad pour processeur RAIJINTEK Pallas
1 x Desktop SSHD 2 To + 8 Go NAND
1 x GA-H97N-WIFI
2 x Barrette mΓ©moire CRUCIAL DDR3 PC3-12800 - 4Go - 1600 MHz - CAS 9 - Ballistix Sport
1 x sfx gigabyte 450w.

My problem come from my pallas with my motherboard. When i put the pallas on the motherboard, i can't put graphic card, pallas is too big. redface.gif

So what can i do ?

Keep the orignal ventilator of intel ?
Cut the pallasto make him less longer ?

If i keep the orignal ventilator, can i overclock with it ?

Regards
post #2906 of 7066
I've finished the rough draft of my build! Only have to buy some more zip ties to square away some cables to ensure they don't get snagged in fans.

But get this...

Full ATX PSU.
3.5" HDD.

It's ugly. It's nasty. But it's working! Temps in the vertical position are looking healthy as well!

I'll be posting to /r/buildapc in the coming days.
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resolved
Edited by nazim777 - 1/11/15 at 2:09pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Amater View Post

Hi All

Wanted to share some ideas which not all of you are going to agree with me
I love the concept of Raven rvz01, however sfx psu was always my issue
Si I ended up with this πŸ˜€
Now before anyone ask for more I have very limited budget and the build is not going to be completed until maybe another month but plz take a look and slep me wink.gif

Who can guess the PSU?

EVGA Supernova 850? How did you manage to get it under the front panel USB 3.0 header card?

EDIT: the adapter cable for the two case fans is kind of strange. One of the heads goes [ x x x x ] where "x" is a pin, and the other goes [ x 0 x x ] where the "0" is a place with no pin, even though there is a slot for where a pin would be able to go. Is my adapter broken?
Edited by frigidanchors - Yesterday at 10:12 pm


Morning All

Lets make things simple all u need to do in 2 steps

My Rig so far

  • Raven RVZ01
  • EVGA Supernova G2 850W




All u will need :

Cutter

Hacksaw

Metal Rasps

*Any other brand or make tools can be used*

Step 1
Need to remove the screw supporting mounts for the SFX PSU, NOT THE MOTHERBOARD ONE (don't know what they are called), use a Hacksaw blade(also uninstall all the cabling from the case front panel, fans not to cut anything)
Use the rasps to remove any sharp edges left from the process

*JUST BE EXACT*




Step 2
Place the PSU with the "L" shape power plug attached in to the case. Take a close look where the plug is located; cut out a side panel exactly in the same position(Picture explains it better), i have realized that much more can be cuted out then just this tiny bit
Again make sure no sharp edges will be let behinde


The reason for this step is that the PSU is 180MM long; the "L" shape power cord is adding another 14mm to the PSU
So the result is this :


FAQ:
Why do i need to cut the case ?
Otherwise The PSU will not fit under the front panel cabling

Can a still use the plastic side panel after the cut out and the PSU is in position?
YES the plastic side panel fits back nicely
*Once The side panel is going to be placed back to the case you will need to remove the PSU to be able to detach the side panel in the future which isn't an easy process smile.gif*

What about PSU Cable management, Motherboard installation GPU and the Heatsink
I am ot that far smile.gif
But some tips:
The PSU installed it can be moved around aprox 2-3 mm so i am sure (cant confirm) that the MB will fit in
Cable Management well it is a Full Modular PSU the there is a plenty cables to chose from;cables are flexible not too long
Heatsink cant advice at this stage the PSU is mounted that it will be an exhoust which in eco mode is inactive up to 45C

So the final result of installing the PSU in to the case





Also great tips picture and advice's from Patrick on hes web site please visit as well
Thank you All please share your ideas


PS.: Is the 850 not a overkill ? It is smile.gif
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OK revised spec:

Case: RVZ01 or FTZ01
PSU: 450W+ (Will go for the FTZ01 and SFX-L PSU if it's quieter)
CPU: i5 4590 (Fastest CPU I can get for Β£150(ish))
MBD: Gigabyte H97-NWIFI (seems to have all round good reviews and I'm not fussed about M2)
HSF: Noctua NH-L12 (Can move the CPU case fan to the GFX card area and use the Noctua as the cpu intake as it'd be the closest to my ears)
RAM: 8 or 16GB Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (basically the best of what I can get at Scan.co.uk)
GFX: MSI Geforce 970 Gaming 4 (based on proof it fits from another poster and being reviews as one of the quietest)
SSD: Crucial 256GB MX100 (will be fast and big enough for Win7 and Steam Core)
HDD: WD 2TB

Questions:
- I realised that in these cases, the HDD cooling is limited, but which of the HDD locations are generally the cooler? I would guess the 2.5" drive on the GPU bracket.
- If I went to the effort of doing complete custom power cables; would this likely improve the airflow usefully or am I better off just getting a 3rd party cable kit?

Finally, I've more of a sonic query.... My current Lian-Li ATX case (under my desk), makes an acceptable drone, but as it's aluminium (yes I did spell that right tongue.gif), meaning the front and side panels vibrate a bit. So half the time I have to sit at the desk with my foot/leg just touching it to quieten it and plus, it's a lump to move anyway. That's why I went past uATX and looking at the RVZ01/FTZ01s. smile.gif

So, I know it's a subjective thing and there's variability depending on which components you choose, but how would people describe the sound signature of the RVZ01 when it's put vertically on the desk and loaded with a mid-level gaming rig? smile.gif
Edited by locksbury - 1/11/15 at 8:05am
post #2910 of 7066
If you're ok with using used parts, check out CEX. They don't do all components, they do RAM, CPUs, Graphics cards, HDD, SDD, a few other bits. But they're all used. They do come with a 1 year replacement warranty and all are fully tested. 8GB crucial ram is Β£28, i5-4690K is Β£155.00. Got my 60GB system SDD - only for windows - for Β£25. Can't fault this shop.

Scan.co.uk do silverstone's modular flat cable kit for Β£16 ish plus shipping, apparently really really makes things easier, and half the price of the crimps. the 600w comes with this kit included. Also a good place to get an extra magnetic fan filter to cover the PSU inlet.
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