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post #5261 of 7066
Hello

I just got the ML-08B-H (nice case!) biggrin.gif
I installed silverstones SFX-L 500w PSU however it makes some odd click click click sound once the fan starts spinning? Has anyone else noticed this?

I looked on the web and many people have this issue. frown.gif
post #5262 of 7066
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Originally Posted by puriya View Post

Hello

I just got the ML-08B-H (nice case!) biggrin.gif
I installed silverstones SFX-L 500w PSU however it makes some odd click click click sound once the fan starts spinning? Has anyone else noticed this?

I looked on the web and many people have this issue. frown.gif
I had the same issue, when the fan was starting or spinning at slow rpm.
I replaced it. Now its fine.
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Good to know. Can you tell me which version of the powersuply you have? I have the V1.1. It says it on the box or the side of the PSU. smile.gif
I will call and try to replace it then.
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Originally Posted by MelvinGimp View Post

From what i read, the windowed versions has better ventilation.
If you look at the pictures, the windowed version clearly has more wholes.

If you have a good looking gpu, the windowed version may looks good too^^

A very big problem with both panels is, that there are no vents directly above the gpu, which will result in hot air trapped in the top!!!!

Part of me wants to go with the clear version and get custom filters for it. But I feel like if I do that I should go with the all black version. You could still take off that filter. but you still can see the GPU as good as the clear, I'm gonna pull the trigger and drop a NVIDIA 980ti reference in.
post #5265 of 7066
Eels_no1 over at PCPartpicker has a really great build using the all black version using some cool lighting. You can see it a the link below.

http://pcpartpicker.com/b/H7xYcf

You can see the card with some great lighting. But again with can't see the card like

Like http://pcpartpicker.com/b/yxwV3C

or this http://pcpartpicker.com/b/yxwV3C

Again the first link is really good an impressive for the lighting is used. But again so is this one.

http://pcpartpicker.com/b/NXwV3C
post #5266 of 7066
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Originally Posted by sallekmo View Post

I have the 600w and im sensitive about noise, I cant here anything

Same here! I've had my Silverstone SFX 600W PSU since the initial build back in June and never hear the fan or any kind of coil whine. Thus far, am very happy with it, though I do understand others have received defective units. I will most likely upgrade to the Silverstone SFX-L 700W power supply once it is available for purchase:

http://www.techpowerup.com/212925/silverstone-ready-with-a-700-watt-sfx-l-power-supply.html
post #5267 of 7066
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Originally Posted by DrAwesome95 View Post

I have the Gigabyte Z170N-WIFI
Its working flawlessly, I only updated the BIOS as soon as I got the PC running, but thats what I do with all my PCs.
I cant comment on long term reliability yet, its only been 3 weeks
It also looks really nice as it is completely blacked out and the PCB feels alot stiffer too.
It does not have USB 3.1 but it has a 3.0 type-C connector, dual Intel LAN ports and an ultra M.2 slot

If you want usb 3.1 you'll have to look at the more expensive G1 Gaming board

I had an ASRock Z97 and they tend to use cheaper components, such as a Qualcomm Atheros LAN port and a very low end wifi card.
They are slightly cheaper though and it worked fine for 2 years

I also hear good things about ASUS but they're always the most expensive

The Gigabyte Z170N Gaming 5 does have a USB 3.1 connector (Type C). It's the red USB port on the back. So, if you want an economical solution and really must have a USB 3.1 port, the Z170N Gaming 5 board may be the answer.
Edited by Ninjawithagun - 1/26/16 at 7:20am
post #5268 of 7066
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Originally Posted by puriya View Post

Good to know. Can you tell me which version of the powersuply you have? I have the V1.1. It says it on the box or the side of the PSU. smile.gif
I will call and try to replace it then.

No you understood me wrong... I replaced the fan.
I have the v1.1 too.
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post #5269 of 7066
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Originally Posted by MelvinGimp View Post

No you understood me wrong... I replaced the fan.
I have the v1.1 too.

Ah okay so you opened up the psu and changed the fan? Which fan have you changed it too and can you tell me how you did it? smile.gif
I'm glad to hear that it fixed the problem though, I ham considering changing the psu to the chieftec sfx-l psu. Changing the fan might be better though.
Doesn't opening up the psu void warranty? Not that I care much if it fixes my problem.
Edited by puriya - 1/26/16 at 8:41am
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