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The nt06 pro on the rvz01 doesn't allow for the intake case fan to be mounted on the cpu side, correct?
So with this cooler, the only fan would be the cooler one, bellow the heatsink.
Would it be better to have the fan pulling air from the outside, over the heatsink and against the board, or have the fan push air over the heatsink to the outside?
post #4552 of 7142
personally I have always prefered positive pressure using all intakes and that is really what these cases are designed for. Although tbh it may be very effective if you run the GPU Side fans as Intakes and the CPU Cooler as an exhaust.

You may then be able to get flow through the case which would still be positive as it would be 2 case fans vs 1 CPU Cooler Fan
post #4553 of 7142
Hi
just wana share my first Picture about my FTZ01 build with full ATX 650W PSU
post #4554 of 7142
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Originally Posted by SHwoKing View Post

Other choices are Thermalright AXP100, Scythe Big Shuriken 2 rev. B, Cooltek LP53, Zalmann CNPS 8900 Quiet.

AR06 and NH-L9i are a little weak. More suited for a TDP of 65W.

I would go for the AXP100R personally.

I am switching to ML-08 after Silverstone releases their SFX-L 700w. I have one spare Cooler Master Gemin II M4. Will this cooler fit this case?

EDIT: Also wondering if my Sapphire Tri-X r9 290 will fit aswell smile.gif.
Edited by Mossim - 10/23/15 at 1:09am
post #4555 of 7142
So, I've been lurking on french retailers' websites and amazon for a while but can't seem to find a properly priced RVZ02 with meshed panel. Prices are really too high for the product. The ML08 is the only model that's under 100€, so I'm considering it over the RVZ02, but I still have a minor concern: is the handle easily removable on this model ?
post #4556 of 7142
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So, I've been lurking on french retailers' websites and amazon for a while but can't seem to find a properly priced RVZ02 with meshed panel. Prices are really too high for the product. The ML08 is the only model that's under 100€, so I'm considering it over the RVZ02, but I still have a minor concern: is the handle easily removable on this model ?

The ML08 is a great case, I prefer it over the RVZ02 for looks on the front panel. Yes, the handle is easy to put on or take off. When you get the case, it isn't attached. It uses 4 of the same screws as what you use to hold in the motherboard, but they are a bit longer. The top of the case with the gpu is the only part with those 4 holes to attach the handle, which means you have to remove the handle anytime you need to get to the GPU and take that panel off.
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post #4557 of 7142
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The ML08 is a great case, I prefer it over the RVZ02 for looks on the front panel. Yes, the handle is easy to put on or take off. When you get the case, it isn't attached. It uses 4 of the same screws as what you use to hold in the motherboard, but they are a bit longer. The top of the case with the gpu is the only part with those 4 holes to attach the handle, which means you have to remove the handle anytime you need to get to the GPU and take that panel off.

Glad to know the handle is really an option they give you and not a staple ! I might give it a go then, if I really can't find a meshed RVZ02 (I slightly prefer the look of it). Thanks for the input =)
post #4558 of 7142
Hi all, I have a few questions regarding air flow in the upper GPU chamber for the ML08 model with filters and handle. I would like to moderately overclock a 980 ti. I am concerned with balancing heat within the GPU and the dives mounted on the back of the GPU chamber.

Do you think a reference or an aftermarket cooling style GPU will perform better?

I am guessing that neither will perform all that well with the filtered model. If that is true, I was planning on mounting intake fans for the GPU chamber externally to give some positive pressure for the GPU chamber. Which leads to my second set of questions, where would the heated GPU air flow? Would the air exhaust out the back end of the gpu, the top vents near the drives, or would the air propagate to the cpu chamber?

With external intakes, again, do you think a reference or aftermarket cooling style GPU would be better.

I appreciate any insight you can provide and am curious on your thoughts! Thanks!
post #4559 of 7142
Man this thing is small -



I will post up better pics tommorow after install.
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Look mate, i have the impact vii, I tried the shuriken big 2, ar06 and the zalman quiet, the shuriken and the zalman quiet were extremly difficult to install and once i did the cooling performance was not that great, also with th zalman and shuriken big one of my ram slots were kindof pushed down on, ar06 installed perfectly however cooling performance was horrible, i got about 75 degrees and my 4690k wasnt even overclocked, so then i did a bit more research and bought the Thermalright AXP-100r, It was perfect looked good, very easy to install and had enough ram clearance for my corsair lp ram. The cooling performance was perfect and i reached 4.2ghz overclock with my 4690k and only reached 76 degrees. I would greatly recommend the axp 100r for the asus maximus vii, perfect for the rvz02 since its only 58mm


I can't fit axp-100 on my impact vii, It just touches the top of extra PCB(or RAM)...
Could you share some photos please?
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