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post #5231 of 7068
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Is that normal in this case?
Do you have any ideas?

thanks for help!

I will just say: yes^^
But there are a few thing you can do!

1. the Case has to stand upright with the GPU at the top. This is the best position for the hot air to get out.

2. The 290x is a pretty hot card, even in a big case. The 4790k is also a little heatmonster. You will have to ramp up the fancurve. I bet the BeQuiet! cooler has pretty low rpm (stock).
3. try to undervolt the cpu.
I have my 4790k @4.4 with 1.1v
Temps dropped almost 10°C.

4. did you use high quality thermal paste? Removing the gpu-cooler and applying higher quality thermal paste, really changed a lot on my old gtx 770!! Arctic MX-4 is one of the best.

5. Think about installing 1-2 80mm fans in the top to suck the hot air out, this brought my gpu temps down by 3-5°C.

I think with standard components this case is good, but most definitly not quiet. If you want quiet, go water or something like raijintek morpheus and bigger cpu cooler.
Edited by MelvinGimp - 1/23/16 at 1:49pm
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post #5232 of 7068
God, Im so torn between which motherboard to get Z170

frown.gif

Looking for something reliable and very good.
post #5233 of 7068
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Hey guys!

When the PC is in Idle: CPU (avg): 38C
GPU (avg): 48C
When I play Rocket League: CPU (avg): 51C
GPU (avg): 71C
BF4: CPU (avg): 71
GPU (avg): 81C

ambient temperature: 21C

In Star Wars BF it is even higher (CPU: 80C, GPU 85C)

My system:

ASRock Z97M-ITX/ac
i7-4790K (no oc)
bequiet Shadow Rock LP CPU Cooler
Sapphire R9 390 Nitro
Silverstone SFX 600W PSU
500GB Samsung 850 Evo SSD
2TB WD Blue


Is that normal in this case?
Do you have any ideas?

thanks for help!

Yep, just like MelvinGimp said, normal temps for your hardware and undervolting will help loads.

Took my Sapphire R9 290 down 9% on the power and dropped 6c off the temps at the same fps

Also took the cpu (i7 4790k) down to 1.05v @4Ghz (took boost off, totally useless, max 1 fps difference with it on but loads more heat) and took 10c off that

And yes for some reason star wars battlefront is around 10c higher than any other game I have frown.gif
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And yes for some reason star wars battlefront is around 10c higher than any other game I have frown.gif

Lol try playing Witcher 2/3 and star citizen alpha. These two are melting my card XD

Aldo important is the orientation of the cpu cooler. the fins should be horizontal, not vertical.
This way the hot air gets out to the back and not so much up to your gpu.
The bend of the heatpipes should face down ,the ends up: this ways they transport heat better then the other way around.
Edited by MelvinGimp - 1/23/16 at 3:09pm
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post #5235 of 7068
Alrighty Here is my Build.

RVZ02
Intel I7 6700 (Non K)
Gigabyte Z170N- Gaming 5
Gigabyte Extreme GTX 970 (The open air cooler)
Corsair Vengeance LPX Red
Corsair SFF PSU
2 SSD


Would a open air cooler be bad to have?
post #5236 of 7068
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Alrighty Here is my Build.

RVZ02
Intel I7 6700 (Non K)
Gigabyte Z170N- Gaming 5
Gigabyte Extreme GTX 970 (The open air cooler)
Corsair Vengeance LPX Red
Corsair SFF PSU
2 SSD


Would a open air cooler be bad to have?
So when do you want to order and build this pc? I dont know when the corsair sfx psu will release...
Since the 970's TDP is not so high, an open air cooler is yoir best choice for quiet operation. Also all the blower style cooler for the gtx 970 seem to be pretty terrible...
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post #5237 of 7068
SFF Corsair end of Feb per johnnyguru in the corsair forums

But would the open cooler cause to much heat?

Thats what i want to get

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5729#kf





Also i am wondering are Gigabyte Z170 motherboards reliable and well made looking to the Z170n gaming 5 and want to make sure
Edited by TMatzelle60 - 1/23/16 at 4:35pm
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SFF Corsair end of Feb per johnnyguru in the corsair forums

But would the open cooler cause to much heat?

Thats what i want to get

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5729#kf
In my opinion you will be totally fine.
The gtx 970 (if overclocked) may have a TDP of160-170w!?! (145w stock says nvidia)
Thats not so much and I am shure you will get good temps.
Case orientation still matters!
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my case will be vertical.

Now i just need to know if my motherboard if i get the gigabyte one is good.
post #5240 of 7068
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I really recommend you to use the raijintek morpheus as gpu cooler with some quiet 120mm fans like the Bequiet Pure Wings 2 PWM!!

here my build log:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1466816/silverstone-raven-rvz01-rvz02-ml07-ml08-ftz01-owners-club/3690

see my other posts for my ohter mods to this build and case!

Hi MelvinGimp, how did the Raijintek Morpheus fit in the rvz01? did you use slim fans or fans on the outside? think it's going to be about 2 inches / 5cm thick on my 290 so not much room inside for fans, maybe scythe 12mm thick 2000rpm ones will fit smile.gif
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