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post #511 of 7096
Sorry to hear you have problems, especially with new system.


Have you tried the 770 withouth the adapter that comes with the case? Just stick it straight to the mobos pcie slot, so you know that the fault is not with the adapters ( the L- piece and the extender). If this is not the cause, I would check the motherboard first. Check bios- version, try different.

I presume you have tried to run with the integrated GPU with the 4670k? If not, you can test if it gives erros with drivers installed. Remove the 770 while you test that.

If the problem is only with the dedicated GPU and you have tried 2 or 3 different cards, the problem has to be with the windows, motherboard ( maybe faulty pcie slot? I have had a motherboard with kind a similar problem that was caused by faulty pcie slot.) or bios.


EDIT: Don't know if it matters, but have you checked the pcie- power cable?
Edited by Jealousy - 3/22/14 at 9:16am
post #512 of 7096
@Jealousy,

Thank you for your support. thumb.gif

I will try the things you have mentioned tonight.

When I know more I will let you know.
post #513 of 7096
@Jealousy,


Just disassembled the hardware from the Raven RVZ01 and tested them outside of the case.
And you are right about the PCI-E adapter and PC-E riser.
Without them the graphics card/system is working fine!

I think it is the small PCI-E adapter that is not functioning properly.

Tomorrow I will do further tests.


Thanks thumb.gif


Edited by tdelfin - 3/22/14 at 1:28pm
post #514 of 7096
Glad to hear you got the system working smile.gif

Do you have black or green pcb on the adapters?
post #515 of 7096
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

You won't need to downclock it.

And the testbed they used has a 3770k@4.5ghz, granted, they don't tell us what it is set at for voltage. I know that with a Z77E-ITX running a 3770k@4.4ghz@1.29v and a 780Ti SC reference cooler card running with the factory settings, my total system draw was 405w running P95 small fft and looping valley 1.0. So I'm pretty sure you will be just fine.
Forgot to mention, I planned a 3.5" HDD. Will that be ok? Looks like the 3TB WD Red NAS is good.
post #516 of 7096
@Jealousy,

Both PCB's are black.

PCI-Express adapter is REV:1.0 and PC-riser card V1.1 I think.

Looked closely at both of them. I could not see anything wrong.

post #517 of 7096
I would like to build a PC for the living room. Important: small and quiet, but as powerful as possible.

A few questions regarding the build below:
1. Which kind of cooler would you recommend? I won´t overclock the machine at the beginning, but want to have the option to do that later on. Is the included cooler of the i5-4670K good enough to get a silent system?
2. Do you know other cases with similar dimensions as the Silverstone RVZ01B? This case is not yet available (at least in Germany)
3. Instead of the Silverstone 450W Power Supply I only have a 400 W power supply available at my shop. Is 400W enough for that system?
3. Is anything important missing? Does that system fit in the case? Any other suggestions for changes / improvements?

Thanks!

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($234.97 @ OutletPC)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard ($136.97 @ Newegg)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($76.98 @ Adorama)
Storage: Samsung 840 EVO 250GB 2.5" Solid State Disk ($139.99 @ Amazon)
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($64.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 2GB Video Card ($249.99 @ NCIX US)
Case: Silverstone RVZ01B Mini ITX Desktop Case ($84.99 @ Amazon)
Power Supply: Silverstone 450W 80+ Bronze Certified SFX Power Supply ($69.36 @ Amazon)
Optical Drive: LG BT30N Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer ($89.99 @ Mwave)
Total: $1128.23
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-03-24 07:57 EDT-0400)
post #518 of 7096
Well as a new member who's been reading through all 52 pages of this thread, the cooler to get is the question of the day. I myself am opting for the Silverstone Nt06 pro as its what Silverstone recoments, but it depends on your motherboard really. Depending on the location of the Socket for the CPU can really dictate which cooler you can use. Im also considering a Noctura cooler, although the consensus is that its ugly lol...that doesnt bother me though, the case is closed. Budget will also dictate what you want. I wouldn't rely on a stock cooler to over clock as Im sure you know this already, and while it does the job it can get loud under load from what Ive heard. Liquid cooling is an option as well, but getting the right one to fit with the rad and also one that uses the more plastic rigid tubers vs the softer rubberized ones. (think its the corsair Hydro 50, but dont quote me maybe some of the vets here can chime in.

For your power supply question, you need a special SFX power supply to "properly" fit in this case, and right now its only limited to 450W. Apparently, somewhere in this thread someone posted a pic of a person putting a full sized PSU in, but not sure how it worked out...think its safe to say that most people in here stuck with the Silverstone SFX made specifically for this case.

Well this what this noob has learned thus far biggrin.gif
post #519 of 7096
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by whoanelly View Post

Well as a new member who's been reading through all 52 pages of this thread, the cooler to get is the question of the day. I myself am opting for the Silverstone Nt06 pro as its what Silverstone recoments, but it depends on your motherboard really. Depending on the location of the Socket for the CPU can really dictate which cooler you can use. Im also considering a Noctura cooler, although the consensus is that its ugly lol...that doesnt bother me though, the case is closed. Budget will also dictate what you want. I wouldn't rely on a stock cooler to over clock as Im sure you know this already, and while it does the job it can get loud under load from what Ive heard. Liquid cooling is an option as well, but getting the right one to fit with the rad and also one that uses the more plastic rigid tubers vs the softer rubberized ones. (think its the corsair Hydro 50, but dont quote me maybe some of the vets here can chime in.

For your power supply question, you need a special SFX power supply to "properly" fit in this case, and right now its only limited to 450W. Apparently, somewhere in this thread someone posted a pic of a person putting a full sized PSU in, but not sure how it worked out...think its safe to say that most people in here stuck with the Silverstone SFX made specifically for this case.

Well this what this noob has learned thus far biggrin.gif

I had posted that full size PSU within the first few pages. I wonder how well a Silverstone 140mm PSU would fit in here. I think the one that the person had stuffed in this case was 160 or 180mm.
post #520 of 7096
Quote:
Originally Posted by whoanelly View Post

Well as a new member who's been reading through all 52 pages of this thread, the cooler to get is the question of the day. I myself am opting for the Silverstone Nt06 pro as its what Silverstone recoments, but it depends on your motherboard really. Depending on the location of the Socket for the CPU can really dictate which cooler you can use. Im also considering a Noctura cooler, although the consensus is that its ugly lol...that doesnt bother me though, the case is closed. Budget will also dictate what you want. I wouldn't rely on a stock cooler to over clock as Im sure you know this already, and while it does the job it can get loud under load from what Ive heard. Liquid cooling is an option as well, but getting the right one to fit with the rad and also one that uses the more plastic rigid tubers vs the softer rubberized ones. (think its the corsair Hydro 50, but dont quote me maybe some of the vets here can chime in.

For your power supply question, you need a special SFX power supply to "properly" fit in this case, and right now its only limited to 450W. Apparently, somewhere in this thread someone posted a pic of a person putting a full sized PSU in, but not sure how it worked out...think its safe to say that most people in here stuck with the Silverstone SFX made specifically for this case.

Well this what this noob has learned thus far biggrin.gif

I've been searching for a suitable heatsink on this case as well. Asked in the air cooling section, and I got a recommendarion for the Thermalright AXP-100. Check it out if you like, I'm gonna get it soon so I will post impressions on how it works on the case tongue.gif
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