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It does as good a job that such a small case can do. I wouldn't run a highly overclocked CPU in the RVZ02. I have a Thermolab/Cooltek LP53 on order for my 4690k, since I'm currently using the stock HSF due to size limitations.

My 390 nitro under stock fan profile, while running Unigen Valley for 10 minutes using the Extreme HD profile peaks at 76C. VRMs are at 84C and 89C respectively. These temps are all safe and acceptable, especially given the space constraints such a powerful and high wattage card.

I had a reference 970 with an EVGA 980 Hybrid water cooler before, in a different case. Sold the 970 since I really liked the look of the 390 Nitro, and since the 390 slightly outperforms the 970. The Async compute performance on the AMD cards has shown to be superior so far for DX12, which was another factor. The 970 and 390 are basically sidegrades to another, but I wanted the Nitro. A 970 would have better temps in the RVZ02, but neither will be in unsafe territory.

An RVZ01 has far superior cooling options,such as the aforementioned fan mounts to help cool the GPU, and suppose for an AIO CPU cooler. But, the RBZ02 is sleeker, smaller, and in my opinion there's no contest which one looks better - the RVZ02.

Edit - Additonally, If you want to build in the RVZ02, you really should think out and plan your build around it. I went from,an NCASE M1, so I already had nearly everything I needed that would fit. If you're going to run a 390/390X with a K-sku Haswell/Devil's Canyon CPU, you'll want to be safe and run the Silverstone SX600-G. You could ok,with their 500-L SFX PSU if you went with an Nvidia card, or a 390/390X with a locked i5/i7 from either Haswell or Skylake.

I'm very pleased with my build, although I do plan to sell my 4690K and Maximus VII Impact as to go with a locked i5 Skylake CPU, for even lower thermals. Just plan ahead, ask as many questions as you want, and know it's a VERY easy case to build in. Cable management will not be an issue.

I'm curious. I want to dabble with various refresh rate tech, but gsync is just so expensive and my current Gigabyte GTX 970 Mini-ITX is quite loud at load with it's single fan. My previous card was a Sapphire 7870xt, which I absolutely loved, it was quiet and cooled very well. I am thinking of going back to AMD and trying freesync on a 1440p monitor.

My 970 gets very hot (around 80c) and loud and the top of the ML08 gets hot as well, which heats up the drives on the backside (about 50c). With the 3 fans on the Nitro, does it stay relatively cool, which in turn keeps the top of the case cooler as well?
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I'm curious. I want to dabble with various refresh rate tech, but gsync is just so expensive and my current Gigabyte GTX 970 Mini-ITX is quite loud at load with it's single fan. My previous card was a Sapphire 7870xt, which I absolutely loved, it was quiet and cooled very well. I am thinking of going back to AMD and trying freesync on a 1440p monitor.

My 970 gets very hot (around 80c) and loud and the top of the ML08 gets hot as well, which heats up the drives on the backside (about 50c). With the 3 fans on the Nitro, does it stay relatively cool, which in turn keeps the top of the case cooler as well?

If I go for the 390x, I'll probably get the XG270HU. It is a great price for a 144hz 1440p monitor.
I am still wondering about cooling the 390x on a rvz02.
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A few more things arrived today but i do have one issue. The Intel 750 ssd is not your standard 2.5" drive and i guess Silverstone didn't account for drives like this in the market place. Its decently thicker with a heat-sink on the back of the ssd so its not an option to mount it in the stock brackets. I will have to remove the bracket and use double sided Velcro.








Edited by nyk20z3 - 10/21/15 at 12:34pm
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A few more things arrived today but i do have one issue. The Intel 750 ssd is not your standard 2.5" drive and i guess Silverstone didn't account for drives like this in the market place. Its decently thicker with a heat-sink on the back of the ssd so its not an option to mount it in the stock brackets. I will have to remove the bracket and use double sided Velcro.








Shouldnt the fan on the psu be on the vented panel side? Or does it make a difference?
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Its all preference imo as psu ventilation is overrated. The manual shows this orientation as far as connecting the power cable as well. If i flip the psu i would have to completely twist the power cable in the opposite direction. When i crack the case back open i will re consider your advice though and see if i can live with it.
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Hey i like it better your way honestly. I didnt know any better but i just figured it would go other way. It definately helps cable management like you said.
Edited by loader963 - 10/21/15 at 1:47pm
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Hey i like it better your way honestly. I didnt know any better but i just figured it would go other way. It definately helps cable management like you said.

Exactly i wanted to keep as little pressure off the connector as possible. I am satisfied so far with the build except for the Intel 750 not fitting but i should have known mad.gif

I emailed silverstone about this issue so I will keep you guys posted. Yes there is an option of mounting it along side the gpu but my 980 matrix is way to long. They can't expect every one to have reference or mini gpu's in this case that would allow for said option. Let's see what there response is =]
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Can that AR06 even cool a i5 Skylake K processor? At Stock
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A few more things arrived today but i do have one issue. The Intel 750 ssd is not your standard 2.5" drive and i guess Silverstone didn't account for drives like this in the market place. Its decently thicker with a heat-sink on the back of the ssd so its not an option to mount it in the stock brackets. I will have to remove the bracket and use double sided Velcro.

please let us know how you go with fitting the Intel 750, i have seen someone got some 3.5"in so it should be possible.

would it be possible to put tiny fans above the gpu blowing air out tge top of the case?

depending on ease and roon the other thing i was thinking of was putting a layer of something not thermally conductive between the gpu and plate with the ssds on the other side of it. aby thoughts?
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I doubt you will have any issues unless you plan on pushing it to 4.5 or higher increasing the voltage. I dont plan on OC my 6700K much so i am not worried as well. Like some have mentioned here its good for stock and mild OC but in a case with limited airflow an aggresive OC may cause temps to spike.

I chose it based on fitment and asthetics.
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