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post #5281 of 7087
for the psu i used Noctua NF-A9x14 PWM 92mm.

there is no sound coming from the pc while Heavy gaming or anything! i sett the fans to running at lowest speed all the time.

temp on the cpu is at 52c on Heavy gaming like GTA 5 in 4K all max. 63c prime 95. GPU is max 62c on GTA5. and Far cry 4 in 4K With max settings max 71c



A lot of Power in a smal case thumb.gif
Edited by max883 - 1/26/16 at 2:15pm
post #5282 of 7087
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RVZ02B users, what's your storage setup?

I saw the double 3.5 HDD + 1 SSD in one of the old posts.
Just curious what the others are sporting.

2 simple 2,5" smile.gif

1 SSD 250 Gb
1 HDD 1,75 Tb
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post #5283 of 7087
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Originally Posted by lonftw View Post

RVZ02B users, what's your storage setup?

I saw the double 3.5 HDD + 1 SSD in one of the old posts.
Just curious what the others are sporting.

My parts haven't arrived yet, but I am running one small SSD for my operating system and basic applications inside of the ML08. Then, I have a two-slot removable hard drive dock by Thermaltake BlacX, which will store tons and tons and tons and tons of music, media, video, you name it. I thought that this was the most flexible way of going about storage because:

1) Hard drives create heat, and they also contain moving parts. Combine this with a mini-ITX build as small as the ML08? Heat is stuffed into the case, and moving the case around from place to place is potentially dangerous due to the chance of hard drives' internal parts scratching each other. SSDs have neither of these problems.

2) The hard drives are hot-swappable, making for a wonderful file-backup system. Plug my source drive into one port, plug my backup drive into the other, and copy away.
post #5284 of 7087
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Originally Posted by lonftw View Post

RVZ02B users, what's your storage setup?

I saw the double 3.5 HDD + 1 SSD in one of the old posts.
Just curious what the others are sporting.

I have the ML-08 (Identical interior) And I am running a 120gb SSD for OS and a 1TB 2.5" Hitachi 7200 rpm drive.

Not sure I think that the double 3.5" HDD is a good idea temps on my two smaller drives already hit 50C when gaming due to the GPU sitting right behind them on the other side heating it up. The HDD/SSD do not have any airflow in these cases.
post #5285 of 7087
I can't fit my 2.5 HDD on any of the SSD caddies.
Are you guys using the optical drive space for the 2.5 HDD?
post #5286 of 7087
It is hard to squeeze it in very hard. But possible on the Ml-08. I had to use force. (same applies for the rvz02)

The two plastic protrusions on the bottom of the bays are hindering the drive from going all the way in. They need to be squeezed downwards whilst pushing the drive.
Edited by puriya - 1/26/16 at 4:56pm
post #5287 of 7087
MY one takes bout 15 mins to turn on and when it starts to try turn on, it has a little coil whine, but only while trying to make it spin the fan, once it starts spiining coil whines gone
post #5288 of 7087
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MY one takes bout 15 mins to turn on and when it starts to try turn on, it has a little coil whine, but only while trying to make it spin the fan, once it starts spiining coil whines gone
u mean the PSU fan needs 15min to spin?
What PSU do you have?
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post #5289 of 7087
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i replased the psu fan With a noctua fann. and using 3X AEROCOOL DS Red 120 With 7v kable. I sett the rad fan on the H55 to blow hot air out the case smile.gif delided the i7 4790K With CLU. Did the same With the MSI GTX 980 Ti 6G.

You apply CLU to MSI GTX 980 Ti, is that what you mean? if its that the case, is not really recommend to use CLU in cooper, I have the same card, but I don't remember if stock heatsink has cooper on it.
post #5290 of 7087
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Originally Posted by max883 View Post

i replased the psu fan With a noctua fann. and using 3X AEROCOOL DS Red 120 With 7v kable. I sett the rad fan on the H55 to blow hot air out the case smile.gif delided the i7 4790K With CLU. Did the same With the MSI GTX 980 Ti 6G.


You apply CLU to your MSI GTX980 ti Gaming as well, is that what you mean? I think is not a good idea, CLU is not recommended for cooper , because is corrosive. I own that card too, but I don't remember if stock heatsink has cooper on it.
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