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post #4521 of 7129
My Thing is moving stuff off the SSD to a hdd in the RVZ02 like user folder which i won't be able to since they only support short gpu

Also What noctua cooler would be good for skylake i5 and fit this case?
post #4522 of 7129
You can always use an external HDD. And you are limited to 58mm in height so this one would fit -

http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=50&lng=en
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post #4523 of 7129
Hi Guys,
dose someone have an 980 ti in such a case?
when yes, have u chosen a 500 or 600watt PSU
I want to Build a realy quiet case and im worried about the 80mm fan in the 600watt sfx psu
post #4524 of 7129
For the rvz02 i would recommend getting a reference card since they exhaust the air out from the case not into it.
post #4525 of 7129
why didnt you get a slot loading drive, would it not have looked better?
post #4526 of 7129
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Originally Posted by sallekmo View Post

why didnt you get a slot loading drive, would it not have looked better?

I had a slot loading in my previous FT03 build. They both look clean imo and wiith this case the tray type will keep unessesary dust out of the unit.
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post #4527 of 7129
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Hi Guys,
dose someone have an 980 ti in such a case?
when yes, have u chosen a 500 or 600watt PSU
I want to Build a realy quiet case and im worried about the 80mm fan in the 600watt sfx psu

980 ti owner using a 600 watt psu. It is no louder than anything else in my system.
Edited by loader963 - 10/21/15 at 3:56am
post #4528 of 7129
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980 ti owner using a 600 watt psu.

Thanks,
im Trying what this guy has done !
http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=2049244

If Someone is interestet in how i dot let me know and i will do some fotos during the mod.

I gona see if i can fit a :
Corsair CS650M (150 x 86 x 140 mm)
Cryorig C1
Asrock Z170 itx/ac
16gb LPX
i5 6770k
980ti sc acx
1 ssd (so far)

in this case
post #4529 of 7129
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Originally Posted by jodasanchezz View Post

Hi Guys,
dose someone have an 980 ti in such a case?
when yes, have u chosen a 500 or 600watt PSU
I want to Build a realy quiet case and im worried about the 80mm fan in the 600watt sfx psu

Yeah sure, using silverstone sfx 600w psu.

The power is not stable if my gigabyte 980ti(8pin*2, which recommand 600w psu) uses ONLY one 8pin pcie port as the power source.
So I get a 6pin-8pin convertor as the second power source.
    
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post #4530 of 7129
I personnaly use a 500W PSU with an EVGA GTX 980 Ti SC+ and so far so good.

The rest of the Rig :
Case : Silverstone FTZ01
PSU : Silverstone SX500 LG
CPU : Intel I5 6600K Skylake
CPU cooler : Cryorig C1 + Cryorig XF140 (installed on the case fan grill)
Mobo : ASrock Z170 Gaming Itx
Ram : Kingston Hyper X Fury 2666 Mhz Cas 15 2x8go
GPU : EVGA Geforce GTX 980 ti SC+
Storage : SSD Sandisk Extreme Pro 480 go
Blu Ray burner : Panasonic UJ 265
Fans : Scythe Slip Stream PWM as case fan on the GPU side
Edited by SHwoKing - 10/21/15 at 4:20am
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