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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...



have you trued installing it differently, rotate the axp100r and sit it at different angles, also try installing your ram first before doing anything, and try holding it down while screwing to tighten it. Can you send some pictures if youre still struggling.
post #4572 of 7130
Just ordered a Thermalight AXP-100R so hopefully i will have better luck over the AR06, i didn't want to get rid of this sexy ram so lets hope i have the clearance i need now. From the pics i seen it clears the daughter board,sound card and ram better then the AR06 does.
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Has anyone found benchmarks (or know where i can get benchmarks) for air coolers that are compatible with the RVZ02/ML08, specifically the ones listed on the front page:
Silverstone NT06-Pro
Noctua NH-L12
Cooler Master GeminII M4
Thermalright AXP-100 or AXP-100 Muscle
Zalman CNPS 8900
I want to know which one is the best in terms of temperature, I want to add extra dust filters but I'm worried about overheating.
post #4574 of 7130
Pretty sure, the Cooler Master Gemini one is absolute trash
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1278-page6.html
post #4575 of 7130
Any tips on cable management inside the RVZ02/ML08? Even with an SFX psu, the cables are a mess in there. I basically just try to shove everything into the spots in front of the PSU and basically just forced the case panels on, in a way. Tried a SFX-L PSU at first and thought an SFX one would help. Didn't really that much lol.
post #4576 of 7130
Best cooler for RVZ02/ML08 should be cooler that can draw fresh air from outside. This means little gap between the fan and the panel.

So Scythe Big Shuriken 2 rev.B, Thermalright AXP 100, Zalmann CNPS 8900 Quiet and Cooltek LP53 should be the best performers.

NT06 Pro and NH-L12 are too tall.

I only saw poor reviews of the Gemini cooler.
post #4577 of 7130
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Has anyone found benchmarks (or know where i can get benchmarks) for air coolers that are compatible with the RVZ02/ML08, specifically the ones listed on the front page:
Silverstone NT06-Pro
Noctua NH-L12
Cooler Master GeminII M4
Thermalright AXP-100 or AXP-100 Muscle
Zalman CNPS 8900
I want to know which one is the best in terms of temperature, I want to add extra dust filters but I'm worried about overheating.

The Deepcool Gabriel is also 60mm high with a 120 mm fan (like the Zalman CNPS 8900) plus with its unique off center design you could mount it on itx motherboards that have the CPU socket too close to the PCIe graphics card and memory slots without the heatsink covering them. I plan to use this cooler on the non-windowed version of the rvz02. I am just on the gathering the parts stage though...







In fact the actual heatsink height is lower on the Gabriel just so they can accommodate its thicker fan, 20 mm high fan on the Gabriel vs 15 mm on the Scythe Big Shuriken.
Edited by jeff1101 - 10/25/15 at 2:11am
post #4578 of 7130
Hi,

I am about to purchase either RVZ02 or ML08B. Are these two cases identical except for the front design? Is there any potential difference other than it?

So far, my plan is to work with components below. Please advise me if you have any opinion.

CPU : I5-6600
MB : AsRock H170M ITX/ac
RAM : DDR3-2133 8GB x 2
GPU : Gigabyte Windforce GTX 970
SSD: EVO 850 250GB
PSU : SX500-LG

Thank you
post #4579 of 7130
Okay I pulled the trigger. Got an rvz02 (dustfiltered) with i7 6700 and the Sapphire r9 390 Nitro.
Using the Scythe Big Shuriken 2 CPU coller works like a charm. Idle around 20C-24C. Can remember on load. Around 40C No biggies. My big problemo is the 390. JESUS that card can go loud at heavier loads. Played a little Dragon Age Inqusition. Gone up to 80C and become a vaccum cleaner. 80C is fine in my book. But the loudnes my man. Ivgot the OC version wich is tweaked to 1040mhz If I put it back to 1015 will it help? If so how can i? Or any solution for noise? I live in a triple room, so late night gaming session can be annoying for them biggrin.gif

Also my other question wich is not related to the case but I fell like a computer noob and you guys a demigods. So, Can I ask how partition a drive in a way that only used for windows and and never be touched? No program setting it up defoulft for it that drive. Basicly setting up a different default drive.

Edit: If you choose to use the Gigabyte GA-Z170N Wi-Fi Motherboard with the Scythe Big Shuriken 2 cooler with the RVZ02. Try to plug the case front usb cable first somehow. After you install the cooler its inpossible. I dont know if its even possible to install it with this cooler in my opinion. Didnt tried...
Edited by Picigabor - 10/25/15 at 3:02am
post #4580 of 7130
Nope. They are the same thing. Choose wichever you fancy.
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