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post #5311 of 7096
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Originally Posted by brawleyman View Post

OMG, that is perfect!thumb.gif I sure wish @SilverStone had done this in the first place. I would love to get a panel with that kind of cooling on top. Too bad it wasn't painted black to match the rest though.

Can easily paint it, am just lazy ahahahaha!

Also like I said, if theres enough interest I can do some orders for people
Although I think you're gonna have to cut the window in the panel yourself cause shipping will be expensive and take long and stuff
post #5312 of 7096
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Originally Posted by puriya View Post

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.
The plastic protrusions would leave a rather deep dent on the soft 2.5" hdd case if you attempt to force it in. You might want to take out your drive and inspect it on the side that faces in.
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post #5313 of 7096
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The plastic protrusions would leave a rather deep dent on the soft 2.5" hdd case if you attempt to force it in. You might want to take out your drive and inspect it on the side that faces in.

Put them in upside down (shiny side down).
The metal casing should provide a little better surface.
I have mine in similarly and it all works.
post #5314 of 7096
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Put them in upside down (shiny side down).
The metal casing should provide a little better surface.
I have mine in similarly and it all works.
Yea, it's the side with the label that gets deformed. The hdd works fine but the sight of the dents makes me bigeyedsmiley.png. You should take yours out for a look.
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Hello everyone,
Which card would be more sutiable for the ML07:
Gigabyte GTX970 4GB WindForce3 OC
GeForce Gigabyte GTX970 G1 Gaming
GeForce Gigabyte GTX970 EXTREME
Nvidia GeForce MSI GTX970 4GB
post #5316 of 7096
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Hello everyone,
Which card would be more sutiable for the ML07:
Gigabyte GTX970 4GB WindForce3 OC
GeForce Gigabyte GTX970 G1 Gaming
GeForce Gigabyte GTX970 EXTREME
Nvidia GeForce MSI GTX970 4GB
The card u like most...
You dont see the card so looks dont matter... Msi is pretty quiet, but gigabyte also good...it really is not much of a difference...
Edited by MelvinGimp - 2/1/16 at 11:39am
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post #5317 of 7096
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Thanks, also interested in the Scythe big shuriken 2 rev b now that I hear the Noctua isn't that good. But the Shuriken is really thin, can it really cool a 2500k at say 4Ghz?

Anyone else have any suggestions?
The Asrock looks great but that price... Seems very hard to find a lga1155 mini itx board. :/

Btw, is the SilverStone SST-SX500-LG PSU a good choice to go with a ML08? System might have a gtx970 in the future. Heard the 600 had some problems.

My big shuriken 2 rev b came today and I obviously installed it instantly.

The result: Its SOOOOOOOOO much better than the noctua.

I mean its actually kinda unfair since the shuriken is quite alot bigger, but they both are in the low profile fan department, so its okay to compare.

The shuriken isnt louder than my noctua so far, and my temperatures went down for like 20°C in stress testing.

What is even better is the fact, that the big shuriken was actually cheaper than the noctua.

Hands down, there is no point buying the noctua imo. At least for the rvz 02



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post #5318 of 7096
Hi, I forgot to post my 2 week-old build.

Parts: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/h4PHdC
Pictures: http://imgur.com/a/oorIz

Xeon is 38C idle, 79C peak.
390x is 44C idle, 85C peak.
All good, considering I'm using the stock coolers.
However, I am concerned with the noise.
The cpu stock cooler is just so loud.
Thinking of replacing it with shuriken based on the post above me. Any advice?
post #5319 of 7096
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Hi, I forgot to post my 2 week-old build.

Parts: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/h4PHdC
Pictures: http://imgur.com/a/oorIz

Xeon is 38C idle, 79C peak.
390x is 44C idle, 85C peak.
All good, considering I'm using the stock coolers.
However, I am concerned with the noise.
The cpu stock cooler is just so loud.
Thinking of replacing it with shuriken based on the post above me. Any advice?

yeah, just go for the shuriken.
Gpu is very hot too, but in this case there is not much you can do, except a little mod with fans in the top.
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Should I think about getting the Shuriken or the Thermolab lp53... That's really my only debate.
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