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http://www.techspot.com/review/1062-silverstone-raven-rvz02/
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Excellent review! My only question is will the windowless version perform nearly the same thermally. Can't wait to get mine! biggrin.gif
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I see that there are mounting holes behind the graphics card in the ML08/RVZ02. Anyone think there is enough room to put a SSD and it be fine?
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I see that there are mounting holes behind the graphics card in the ML08/RVZ02. Anyone think there is enough room to put a SSD and it be fine?

not sure what you're asking...?
Do you mean, in the 2.5" drive mounts on the back of the GPU mounting bracket, shown at the top right of this picture?

A 2.5" SSD will fit pretty much perfectly into these slots.
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not sure what you're asking...?
Do you mean, in the 2.5" drive mounts on the back of the GPU mounting bracket, shown at the top right of this picture?

A 2.5" SSD will fit pretty much perfectly into these slots.



I mean but a SSD in these ^ spots and still fit a regular GPU
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I mean but a SSD in these ^ spots and still fit a regular GPU

I think the answer to the question I think you're asking is in the manual - page 17.

http://www.silverstonetek.com/downloads/Manual/case/Multi-RVZ02-Manual.pdf
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If the card used is shorter than 7.8” (200mm), then an additional 3.5” or 2.5” drive can be installed next to it. Please refer to diagram for this installation, you will need to do this before installing optical drive

your other option is to install the 2.5" / 3.5" drive instead of a slim optical drive. But I suspect you win't be able to do a 3.5" drive on both sides unless you come up with a way to fasten at least one of the drives without using screws
Edited by DdTt - 9/21/15 at 10:40pm
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Ok folks. Just received the RVZ02 and finally completed my build. Ended up ordering from Aerocooler because Newegg and Amazon still don't seem to have it stocked yet.

My RVZ02 summary: An excellent case and well worth the long wait. Lives up to everything I hoped it would be. A few minor design issues such as the orientation of the PSU extension cable (upside down and had to "squish" it a bit to work with SilverStone's own SFX-500L) and the length of some the front panel wires (a bit too long in my opinion). Honestly these are not a huge deal and these are pretty much the only flaws I could find. In summary, the RVZ02 succeeds in meeting my goal which is a slim, quiet and powerful build capable of 1080p/1200p gaming at a solid 60fps. Temps are actually very decent and good enough for me anyway.

Build specs:
Intel Core i5-4460 running stock Intel boxed cooler
ASRock H97M-ITX
Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB memory (2x8GB)
Samsung EVO 850 512GB SSD
Zotac GTX 970 AMP Omega Core Edition
SilverStone SFX-500L

And below are some non-scientific temp readings taken from CPUID HWMonitor. *RVZ02 in vertical orientation (have not tried horizontal).

Test Rig (Open Air) IDLE
Ambient 27 C
CPU Core Temp 38 C
CPU Fan RPM 1745 RPM
SSD Temp 33 C
GPU Temp 36 C
GPU Fan RPM (%) 1387 RPM (33%)
GPU Core Clock 135 Mhz
GPU Mem Clock 324 Mhz

Test Rig (Open Air) Gaming 1080P MGS:V TPP
Ambient 27 C
CPU Core Temp 45 C (56 C peak in game)
CPU Fan RPM 1625 RPM
SSD Temp 34 C
GPU Temp 65 C (69 C peak in game)
GPU Fan RPM (%) 1575 RPM (39%)
CPU Core Clock 1354 MHz
CPU Mem Clock 3506 MHz

RVZ02 IDLE
Ambient 28 C
CPU Core Temp 42 C
CPU Fan RPM 1906 RPM
SSD Temp 37 C
GPU Temp 36 C
GPU Fan RPM (%) 1404 RPM (33%)
CPU Core Clock 135 MHz
CPU Mem Clock 324 MHz

RVZ02 Gaming 1080P MGS:V TPP
Ambient 28 C
CPU Core Temp 55C (60 C peak in game)
CPU Fan RPM 2284 RPM
SSD Temp 47 C
GPU Temp 70 C (74 C peak in game)
GPU Fan RPM (%) 3347 RPM (43%)
CPU Core Clock 1367 MHz
CPU Mem Clock 3506 MHz
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I wonder if the filtered RVZ02 would suffer from higher temps especially since you can no longer mount fans directly to the side panels.
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I have the very same question in my mind. Filtered version can handle a sapphire fury tri-x? Non filtered surely will do. So Im buying anyway. In UK, Overclockers will sell them from October.

Edit: Does anyone know a r9 390 with lower width than 4.78" ? Because I cant find any. This means the rvz02 wont support any r9 390/x card. frown.gif That was my initial plan.

Edit2: Yes it does support. Just without the card holder/tighter.
Edited by Picigabor - 9/22/15 at 5:18am
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Has anyone mounted Thermalright AXP-200 in RVZ01? Does it go well? It is little larger than Rajintek pallas but could fit well if intake fan acts as cpu cooler fan as well.
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