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Originally Posted by xianglol View Post

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?
what ram do you have and do you have the axp100 or axp100r?
post #4562 of 7141
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Originally Posted by sallekmo View Post

what ram do you have and do you have the axp100 or axp100r?

axp100r and Kingston hyperx fury
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it was still a little tight fit with my fury, so the cooler was pushing the left ram a little to the right, make sure you install the ram first, i changed my ram to the corsair lp because of this, but it still worked with it, i cant take a picture at the moment as i opened my build again and returned my axp100r since i dropped it pretty badly ill be getting another one soon ill let you know.
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Originally Posted by sallekmo View Post

what ram do you have and do you have the axp100 or axp100r?

Quote:
Originally Posted by sallekmo View Post

it was still a little tight fit with my fury, so the cooler was pushing the left ram a little to the right, make sure you install the ram first, i changed my ram to the corsair lp because of this, but it still worked with it, i cant take a picture at the moment as i opened my build again and returned my axp100r since i dropped it pretty badly ill be getting another one soon ill let you know.

Thanks a lot,
I'm just want to fit it same like these photos(google pic)...
But it always touches the top of extra PCB
I don't know how could they fits it...




Edited by xianglol - 10/24/15 at 7:32am
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I'm looking at changing my rvz01 for a 02 and upgrading to a 970 at the same time. Does the rvz02 favour a reference style blower or a custom fan solution?
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Has anyone tried Akasas Nero LX or LX2? It should fit with height of 57mm.
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Already running in to problems with the impact viii. The AR06 only fits one way because the heatpipes hit the sound card so i rotated it. Now the shorter heat pipes push in to the ram in the first slot. I think the only solution is to pick up some corsair lpx low profile and hope it fits. Unless i can run a single stick in slot 2?
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I'm looking at changing my rvz01 for a 02 and upgrading to a 970 at the same time. Does the rvz02 favour a reference style blower or a custom fan solution?

Read on hardop that Silverstone did extensive testing and came to the conclusion that open air coolers perform the best on the rvz02 because there are more fans to help intake air on an open air cooler and that since the cooler sits close to the mesh, it can pull cold air and not just recirculate hot air.
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Read on hardop that Silverstone did extensive testing and came to the conclusion that open air coolers perform the best on the rvz02 because there are more fans to help intake air on an open air cooler and that since the cooler sits close to the mesh, it can pull cold air and not just recirculate hot air.

I've seen that too, and wholeheartedly agree, BUT, you need a way for the hit air to escape from within the case. I switched my 1440p monitor with my brother for a bit to see how 144hz looks. It has changed what I expect out of my games, however my gpu is at full tilt to try to keep up 144fps, therefore getting hot, about 80c. I removed the filter and temps dropped to 72cc and you can feel a lot of heat resonating from the front part of the vent.

I really wish Silverstone greatly increased the venting on the top panel under the handle. Might have to do a little something myself...

One thing that will help in this case for an axial fan gpu is making sure the fins on the heatsink run perpendicular to the board lengthwise so heat gets pushed out the sides instead of the front and out the io plate in back.
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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

How did you get on putting an ATX PSU in there? Did it just go in or did you have to the case at all?
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