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Hey guys, I have a question about GPUs. I actually have a Sapphire Radeon R9 280 (non-X) and my max temp bench marking using Kombustor is 68°c (but never reach those temps gaming - Max gaming 45-50°c), but with that card I can't get my games running at good fps on High, Very High or even close to Ultra settings (Assassin's Creed Syndicate, The Witcher 3, etc). So:

Which GPU do you recommend me that fit my case (RVZ01), don't get to hot and, improve my fps and (most important) don't lead me to bankrupt (something between 300-350 dlls).

If you stick with AMD temps will go up, you would be looking at a R9 390 but you will hit maybe 80c with that card (was getting that with my R9 290)
I'm getting 74c in games with my R9 Fury Nano.

Nvidia 980 may be a better bet to up you FPS but lower temps, or the 970 if you game at 1080
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How loud is the SFX-L 500 watt. Is it loud i read the reviews and its hit or miss

and the 600 sfx g

Got the same PSU and it's silent, only noise I hear is when the fan it trying to start when it hits the right temp/power draw and it ticks a few times before starting (but it is only around 2 feet away from me so can hear it)
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Hey how much leeway is there between the cooler and the RAM? I'm looking to use G.Skill Ripjaw RAM with this MB and cooler. Does it seem like it would fit?

Edit : Nevermind, answered : http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/low-profile-heat-sink-mini-itx,3639-7.html
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Edited by Energy Nation - 2/6/16 at 1:57am
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I took the heat spreaders off my ram and there was loads of room, with the trident x as long as the red fins are removed it will fit
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256116

This PSU
Some ppl have issues with the passive mode on the silverstone PSU's. The fan makes noises on very low rpm und when trying to ramp up or start spinning. I had this problem with my sfx-l 500, where I would get klicking noises. Once the fan spins, it is very quiet. Also not many ppl have these problems..
The sfx-l is the quieter option in my opinion.
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Hi, i want buy a RVZ01 case for my next build.
I want know how the airflow should go.
Is this a positive pressure case? Every fans are supposed to be intake?
Thaks:thumb:
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Youve got a faulty one mate, my one is completly quiet and im sensitve to noise. lol
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Originally Posted by Polso8 View Post

Hi, i want buy a RVZ01 case for my next build.
I want know how the airflow should go.
Is this a positive pressure case? Every fans are supposed to be intake?
Thaks:thumb:

Yep all fans are intake, I went from a large ATX case with 7 fans to the RVZ01 with 3 and my hardware was cooler in the RVZ01
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I've been lurking around this board for about a year and its finally time to start my build. Here's what I got.

FTZ01B
Asrock Fatal1ty z170
i56600k
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB)
Noctua Nh l12
Prolimatech usv14
EVGA Gtx 970 ftw +
500w SFX-L
4TB WD SSHD
250GB Samsung Evo 950 M.2 SSD
Edited by hansB - 2/6/16 at 8:43am
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One question though: how do i tell the airflow direction of the Prolimatech usv14? I'll be using it as intake above the CPU.
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