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Ok i have to think about this!
And for the GPU water cooling we can say the same thing? Is there enough space?

People have done a full cpu + gpu water cooling rig in the RVZ01 but with a lot of case modding and more than likely a lot of cost.

the Morpheus is a great aftermarket gpu cooler and it fits with 2x 120mm fans (just) but again it's £55 in the UK + cost of fans if you don't have any.
It will take the temps down a lot, my R9 290 went from 80c with the tri-x cooler to 52c with the Morpheus + 2x Noctua fans, and it was silent (that was in my old big case before I went full watercooling, which didn't last long)

MelvinGimp on here has that gpu cooler setup so he would be able to tell you more
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Can anyone confirm if an ASUS 980ti STRIX fits to the RVZ02? Thanks fellas!
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Can anyone confirm if an ASUS 980ti STRIX fits to the RVZ02? Thanks fellas!

I've seen other people putting in a strix fury so I guess it should fit. The only problem was it was a little tall, so you might have to remove 1 plastic part.

Another thing is the open air design, it seems to be better to use a reference design(blower style) so the heat doesnt build up in the GPU chamber.
There is a Superclocked version of a 980Ti that would fit ur taste.

Alternatively you could build some case fans in there like a poster few pages ago and use a open air design card.

cheers
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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

Go with the 600w psu. It comes with the shortened, flat cables. Makes life much easier!
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I've seen other people putting in a strix fury so I guess it should fit. The only problem was it was a little tall, so you might have to remove 1 plastic part.

Another thing is the open air design, it seems to be better to use a reference design(blower style) so the heat doesnt build up in the GPU chamber.
There is a Superclocked version of a 980Ti that would fit ur taste.

Alternatively you could build some case fans in there like a poster few pages ago and use a open air design card.

cheers

Thanks mate, ill probably bring my case to my fave pc shop to make sure things fits where its supposed to without breaking things apart. ZOTAC 980ti is my 2nd choice though not sure if ill ever go back to reference cards ill check out that superclock vesion as well
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the 600 watt is loud i heard. if you can wait for the Corsair version i would.
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Go with the 600w psu. It comes with the shortened, flat cables. Makes life much easier!
Missleading Information here! The silverstone and sharkoon sfx-l psu's also come with short flat cables!!
Also they are like 40€ cheaper and qieter thankd to the 120mm fan. 500w still plenty for any single gpu config!!
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the 600 watt is loud i heard. if you can wait for the Corsair version i would.
just go sfx-l? Do you need the extra 3cm space? In some cases with 120mm fan whiles the sfx psu looks really bad -.-
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Time for some exciting things!!

Just finished my project for the RVZ02 cooling mod
So basically I isolated the problem not with enough airflow, but all the hot air in the GPU compartment had nowhere to go!

Silverstone suffered a massive rush of **** to the brain and put the exhaust vents on the wrong side of the top panel, so I went ahead and made myself a new one.
Luckily I have access to a laser cutter and could do this fairly neatly.

If there is enough interest I could maybe do some orders.

Bought 3 server grade fans and they work like a charm, GPU temps down max. 25 degrees when I'm gaming!!

@Dr. Awesome95: That looks fantastic! I would love to order one but i'm in europe so shipping might be a problem.

What kind of tools did you use to cut out the hole in the case? Those fans seem to fit perfectly. Is that 80 mm fans?
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@Dr. Awesome95: That looks fantastic! I would love to order one but i'm in europe so shipping might be a problem.

What kind of tools did you use to cut out the hole in the case? Those fans seem to fit perfectly. Is that 80 mm fans?

Yes, the fans fit almost too perfectly, its uncanny. I have access to a laser cutter where I work, so with permission and scrap metal I am able to make these by myself.
I've already done the modelling and CAD for my own one, so it wont be as expensive from now on.
I dunno how much it'd cost to post to Europe but like I think it can fit in a prepaid envelope.
As for cutting the window in the top panel, its easily done with a dremel and some elbow grease!
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