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post #471 of 7141
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Yes, it handles the 770, 780, 780Ti, and Titan just fine, but you will be limited in the amount you can overclock the GPU.
just like i was thinking but i gonna OC anyway if my calculations are correct i have 50w despare to do whatever i want so a light OC won't hurt
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post #472 of 7141
I finally got all the parts and put them together.

I've been following this thread since the beginning, great thanks to those who shared their experiences in this thread!

Here are the main parts:
CPU: Intel i5-4670K
MB: Gigabyte GA-H87N-WiFi
PS: Silverstone SFX Series 450W
Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120M
RAM: Kingston 8GB
HD: ADATA SX900 128GB
DVD: Silverstone Slim DVD-RW
Video: MSI GeForce GTX 760 ITX

I tried to install the radiator on top of the CPU, but the fit is just too tight and the tubes are bending way too much, so I decided to put it in the space under video card.
The case fan underneath the video card had to be removed, and the radiator is also a tight fit, but the tubes are not bending at all. From my initial testing the temperature is actually pretty good, and I think the current temp is lower than on top of CPU setup.

Pictures:
Overview of the case interior:


Close-up of the motherboard:


Close-up of some cable routing, I wish I had PP05E kit, but they are always out of stock here:



Close-up of the 120M radiator and GTX 760 ITX (red) (they are so close!):



120M radiator and GTX 760 ITX from case exterior:


The temperature of the RVZ01 is pretty good, I did a quick 5 minutes AIDA64 stability test, both the radiator fan and case fan didn't spin up much, so its pretty quiet:
post #473 of 7141
Interesting idea, tonic. Are you doing intake or exhaust on the rad? Also, how are the GPU temps?
post #474 of 7141
I have the 120M stock fan on exhaust.

I just did a 5 minutes GPU stress test, the GTX 760's fan was spin at around 3000RPM, max temperature of 81*C.

post #475 of 7141
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Originally Posted by djanice1980 View Post

No - I tried. That is what I wanted to do was have push pull. That's why I bought them in the first place. Because if the bracket holding the GPU - I cant fit the two additional on top. Even still - I think there would only be a few mm of air space before the GPU. Too tight. I could also have mounted to fans outside the case and two inside - that would have worked.

I bought another rad for above the motherboard but it gets in the way of the USB cable I mounted to hook up the OC panel.

So yea - its gonna be in the 70C-80C range when I'm playing games I think but most of the time its going to be about 33C-35C.

Do you think that if I used a Black Ice GT Stealth 240 Radiator
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/4083/ex-rad-84/Black_Ice_GT_Stealth_240_Radiator_-_Black.html
which is 5 mm thinner than the swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator that you are using (29.6mm), with the Yate Loon 120mm x 20mm Slim Fans
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/7558/fan-454/Yate_Loon_120mm_x_20mm_Slim_Fan_-_Medium_Speed_D12SM-12C.html?tl=g36c15s771
equaling 50mm together would help with temps; the Raven manual says that a standard 14.5mm single slot GPU (PCB with water block may be smaller i don't know im just assuming) allows for 53mm leaving just about 3-5mm if the water block is smaller than 14.5mm.

One more thing, is there any way you could move or extend the usb cable so its not in the way of the 120mm radiator that can be placed on the side panel above the motherboard, and use 90 degree fittings instead of 45 degree to make just a hair more room wile having both radiators in a pull config. pushing air out of the case.

would any of this work, kinda new to water cooling but I want to build my second system with this case using H2O
post #476 of 7141
So I received case today. I had just few minutes before leaving home to check it.

It is quite dirty, location under motherboard is dirty as hell. And color under screws is scratched away.

I was quite disappointed. But yeey, it looks good! smile.gif Now I have to sell my Corsair H80, buy H100i and cut it with dremel smile.gif
post #477 of 7141
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Originally Posted by Jealousy View Post

Thank you so much for the help! Can't make out the defined measurement from the pictures for the motherboard/ cooler.

Yes, the NT06-Pro will work with the B85M-ITX, but you will NEED low profile memory for sure. There is enough lateral movement available in the way the cooler mounts to clear the psu by about 3-4mm.

Sorry for the delay, my workday went a little longer than planned!
post #478 of 7141
I finally got my build all put together
Specs:
i5 3570K
Asus DCU2OC R9 290
8GB Corsair LP RAM
1 TB WD Black HDD
128GB Samsung 830 SSD
Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe Mobo
Zalman CNPS8900 Quiet CPU Cooler

The only problem I had was that my 290 was a bit wide despite it being within the 5.99 inch width restriction for the case, and the power cord inside the case was interfering with it right inside of where it screws into the case, so I had to unscrew the cord and pull it out a few inches to give the GPU enough room and it worked fine.

Then the most horrendous thing ever happened.

My roommate knocked it off my coffee table and it cracked the top part of my case... After that I started having crashing issues where my I would black screen and my GPU fans would spin way up. I think it had to do with the fall but then again my system might have been pulling too much power from the small 450W. What do you guys think?

I'm going to have to change cards anyways since it's too wide to fit. I have another case and power supply shipping to me as replacements and now I just need to trade my 290 for a slimmer one like the Tri X or maybe even a 780 for less power consumption to possibly fix the crashes if it's a power issue.

Any news on the 600W release date?
Edited by Gravytrain - 3/18/14 at 11:36pm
post #479 of 7141
O yea here are my build log pics smile.gif
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Will set them in order when i have time for it
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post #480 of 7141
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Originally Posted by RDilux View Post

O yea here are my build log pics smile.gif

Will set them in order when i have time for it

Nice stuff. I also chose the Z87i motherboard. Looks awesome in its black color. I don't think I have seen a better looking motherboard so far.

Nice stuff you got there thumb.gif
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