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Thanks for the list. Any idea what the differences between the AXP-100, AXP-100 Muscle, and AXP-100R are?

AXP-100 Muscle is a cheaper version of the AXP 100. As Thermalright stated, it is a little less efficient by a couple of degrees.
AXP-100R is the same as the AXP-100 except that the fan is black and red as it is a ROG edition (thus the added R at the end).
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If got an 980ti acx in the Ftz01...
my temps rais in 30 min gta 5 to 88c 2 intake fans (eloop)
tryed 1 intake 1 exaust...nearly the same...

Someone can recomend me a method to lower the temps?

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If got an 980ti acx in the Ftz01...
my temps rais in 30 min gta 5 to 88c 2 intake fans (eloop)
tryed 1 intake 1 exaust...nearly the same...

Someone can recomend me a method to lower the temps?

(

I'm using an EVGA GTX 980 Ti SC+ and I play GTA V as well. My temps are around 70°C at max with case fans (Scythe slip stream PWM) running at 800 RPM with filters. System is barely audible and standing vertical. External temp is around 20°C in my house right now. What is your external temp ?
Do you run it at stock clock ?
Also, did you measured the ASIC of your GPU using GPU-Z ? Might explain why yours is hotter. Mine has a 72,9 ASIC.
Edited by SHwoKing - 10/25/15 at 12:15pm
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Well as soon as i joined the club i have left the club.

I am returning the RVZ02 an i already bought a Lian Li PC-05SX which was my first choice anyway. I didnt like the clearence issues i was having mounting air coolers in this case at all + i had issues mounting my Intel 750 ssd. I will be running a Coolermaster Nepton 240m in the Lian Li to cool the 6700k.

Cheers guys and i will continue to follow builds here.
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Hey,

So I also joined a RVZ01/FTZ01 club! My config:

Usual stuff:
-FTZ01
-i7 4790 (non K)
-Silverstone SX500-LG
-Samsung 850 EVO
-EVGA 980 SC ACX 2.0
-Be Quiet silent wings 120mm PWM
-CORSAIR Vengeance LP 16 GB

Unpopular choices:
-MSI z97i AC
-Be Quiet Shadow Rock LP
-Fractal Venturi 140mm PWM


A little bit of planning:
I planned to get the CPU cooler with 120mm fan instead of 140mm (like Raijintek Pallas that does that comes with mediocre 140mm fan). It turned out that I have to choose right motherboard to align heat sink fan with intake vent hole in case. Quick mockup looked like that:

And it turned out that the best choice is MSI h97i/z97i. because of its unusual layout.

Building
Initial mess looked as usual:

Also, my initial calculations said that I should have about 2mm clearance between the heat sink and RAM. It turned out that it was actually less than 1mm!

Overall, the choice of motherboard with unusual layout was a good one, as cable management was rather easy.

And after putting on the front panel:

Algin is quite good! But it turned out that the bundled fans with the case are very loud, so I ordered replacement (Be Quiet silent wings 120mm PWM) and moved 120mm from CPU to GPU intake. Fractal Venturi 140mm PWM was the replacement for the CPU fan:


But after running some tests I found out that CPU have better temps when fan is mounted on the heat-sink, but then there is about 11mm gap between intake and the fan. The solution was to build simple wall with duct tape and some plastic pieces from packaging:


Impressions
I am quite happy with the results. On idle the fan of the PSU is turned off, and the CPU is idling with 30-35 °C at 400 fan RPM.

And on full load (exporting RAW files) it gets to 75-80 °C at 900 fan RPM. Without the CPU "wind tunnel" wall the SYS temperature could hit 60 °C at load, and now is around 54 °C. The only loud thing in the case are GPU fans, so I will probably go with RAIJINTEK MORPHEUS later on (GPU is hitting 80 °C after longer load). I maybe even delid CPU and replace TIM to get additional few °C. But so far so good and nothing burning.

The only problem I have right now is CPU fan that it supposed to be dead silent with FDB, but I can hear some clicking coming from the rotor at all RPMs so I don't know if this is right... Also SX500-LG fan is clicking too but that was expected as this is known problem.
Edited by misak - 10/30/15 at 12:34am
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im going to build a RVZ02 soon , and i have some questions :

i was reading that the clearance for a CPU cooler is 58mm , but some pages ago , some were able to put above those specs . so , here is my question

What would be the best CPU cooler for the RVZ02 ?

oh and im also planing to put a MSI 980Ti , i asume it would fit because its no longer than what the specs says

thanks in advance smile.gif ill be putting pics as soon as ill finish the mods (going to paint it tongue.gif )
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I'm using an EVGA GTX 980 Ti SC+ and I play GTA V as well. My temps are around 70°C at max with case fans (Scythe slip stream PWM) running at 800 RPM with filters. System is barely audible and standing vertical. External temp is around 20°C in my house right now. What is your external temp ?
Do you run it at stock clock ?
Also, did you measured the ASIC of your GPU using GPU-Z ? Might explain why yours is hotter. Mine has a 72,9 ASIC.

Hi Thanks for the answer,
Wow 70 would be fine for me !
im runing the card with +0mv +145mhz gpu
i got fan filtern on.

Would u Recomend more Airflow fans or high static presure?
In my obinion the HSP fans should be better becouse of the resistenc to the air to exaust (only the smal meshed areas)

Im thinking of:
gentle typhoon 1850
or
Nocuta NF-F12t

EDIT:
Asic is ~70 (look up later)
Edited by jodasanchezz - 10/26/15 at 12:29am
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If got an 980ti acx in the Ftz01...
my temps rais in 30 min gta 5 to 88c 2 intake fans (eloop)
tryed 1 intake 1 exaust...nearly the same...

Someone can recomend me a method to lower the temps?

(

That's rather bad. Play several hours of GTA5 with my 980ti and temps never go higher than 75C. Temps get lower without filters.

Make sure the case stands vertical and graphic card is on top of it. You can feel the heat going outside from the top of case.
    
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That's rather bad. Play several hours of GTA5 with my 980ti and temps never go higher than 75C. Temps get lower without filters.

Make sure the case stands vertical and graphic card is on top of it. You can feel the heat going outside from the top of case.

This was my First config with reached 88C


If ordert now new fand because the eloops have not enough power.

Habve u guys installed the fans inside?
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Have u guys installed the fans inside?

Mine are inside yes.
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