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post #2921 of 7096
Woah. Didn't realise the RVZ02 had dropped the fans. Its a confident move. What do we think? Does this lend towards the people that are putting Water Coolers in, or can someone like myself with a stock build still run a reasonbly temperatured system.

For my next upgrade I'l like to see something closer to the steam machine prototype 7litres. Come to think of it, did the Steam Machine have case fans?
post #2922 of 7096

And this?

post #2923 of 7096
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Originally Posted by Hayakku99 View Post

L12 is too big

Take off the top fan and it fits fine. Keeps my i5 below 45C.
post #2924 of 7096
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Originally Posted by Ephelant View Post

Take off the top fan and it fits fine. Keeps my i5 below 45C.

Oh thanks, for case ventilation two Noctua NF-S12A PWM?
post #2925 of 7096
@ Hayakku99

When I researched this thread, there was someone who bought a whole lot of coolers to see how they fitted, of which he took some good photos. Also, there's plenty of useful into about the coolers that fit in the case. So that's how I know it'll fit. wink.gif

I'm likely to have the case sat vertically on the desk and too my left, so my intention is to move the big Noctua fan off the cooler to occupy the vent above the CPU and then move the existing silverstone case fan (which would be above the cpu) to the GPU area. If the GPU case fans are too noisy, I can always get more Noctuas in the future. smile.gif

HTH.
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Originally Posted by locksbury View Post

@ Hayakku99

When I researched this thread, there was someone who bought a whole lot of coolers to see how they fitted, of which he took some good photos. Also, there's plenty of useful into about the coolers that fit in the case. So that's how I know it'll fit. wink.gif

I'm likely to have the case sat vertically on the desk and too my left, so my intention is to move the big Noctua fan off the cooler to occupy the vent above the CPU and then move the existing silverstone case fan (which would be above the cpu) to the GPU area. If the GPU case fans are too noisy, I can always get more Noctuas in the future. smile.gif

HTH.

For $50-70 is good overclock with a L12? How far I can overclock my i5 4690k?
post #2927 of 7096
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Originally Posted by Hayakku99 View Post

Oh thanks, for case ventilation two Noctua NF-S12A PWM?

I went with 2 x Silverstone FW121 PWM slim fans for the GPU intake. Left the stock fan that came with the Raven case on the CPU intake. It's quiet enough for me.
post #2928 of 7096
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Originally Posted by Ephelant View Post

I went with 2 x Silverstone FW121 PWM slim fans for the GPU intake. Left the stock fan that came with the Raven case on the CPU intake. It's quiet enough for me.

Why do you have got a Z97 mobo if you don't OC?
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Originally Posted by Hayakku99 View Post

Why do you have got a Z97 mobo if you don't OC?

To future-proof and have the option to OC if/when I decide to upgrade my CPU.
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Come to think of it, did the Steam Machine have case fans?
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