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I would like to put a GTX 980 Ti into my RVZ01. Which cards will fit and which will not?
E.g. the EVGA cards are slim, but the ASUS Strix is extremly wide.
Currently having an eye on the Palit Jetstream.

Concerns are the RVZ01 power cable and the PCIe plugs. Any recomendations for a very quiet GTX 980 Ti that fits?
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Originally Posted by Dschijn View Post

I would like to put a GTX 980 Ti into my RVZ01. Which cards will fit and which will not?
E.g. the EVGA cards are slim, but the ASUS Strix is extremly wide.
Currently having an eye on the Palit Jetstream.

Concerns are the RVZ01 power cable and the PCIe plugs. Any recomendations for a very quiet GTX 980 Ti that fits?
allmost all cards fit in RVZ01! Just get what you like most!
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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

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After a bit of testing, my 500w sfx-l psu started making a horrible tapping/clicking sound. I've seen this described before on here. Anyone who has had the same issue:how did you handle it?

Everything is now up and running very well. The psu stopped making the clicking noises when the case is oriented vertically. It's silent now. After 4 hours of playing GTA 5 the GPU max temp was 75°C and the CPU max was 40°C. Very pleased with this setup and may try some mild overclocking in the near future.
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How you liking the asrock board is the antenna bent would you recommend it
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How you liking the asrock board is the antenna bent would you recommend it

The ASrock Fatal1ty board is great. The placement of power connectors, front panel connectors, even the HD audio port (if you run the cable underneath and behind the standoffs) is perfect. The bios is a little confusing at first I'm a first time builder so it was probably due to lack of experience ) but it has plenty of options for fan curves. It also has 3 4-pin fan headers which can be hard to find in the itx form. The Antenna is a plastic diamond that has two wires that screw in to the two coaxel-type ports on the back (not sure how it could be bent). Bluetooth works great but not sure about the wifi. It also is a great fit for the Nh l12 cooler. I have mine pointing towards the pci-e slot with plenty of room and can even access all connected wires. I can definitely recommend it.
post #5396 of 7129
What's the total height of the RVZ02 case (vertical orientation), stands included?

The site lists 380mm, but does that include the stands?
post #5397 of 7129
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Originally Posted by hansB View Post

The ASrock Fatal1ty board is great. The placement of power connectors, front panel connectors, even the HD audio port (if you run the cable underneath and behind the standoffs) is perfect. The bios is a little confusing at first I'm a first time builder so it was probably due to lack of experience ) but it has plenty of options for fan curves. It also has 3 4-pin fan headers which can be hard to find in the itx form. The Antenna is a plastic diamond that has two wires that screw in to the two coaxel-type ports on the back (not sure how it could be bent). Bluetooth works great but not sure about the wifi. It also is a great fit for the Nh l12 cooler. I have mine pointing towards the pci-e slot with plenty of room and can even access all connected wires. I can definitely recommend it.

The Noctua CPU cooler you listed shows a height > 90 mm with both fans - did you pull the top fan off to make it clear the case? I'm interested in why you chose that cooler over the big shuriken I see talked about here quite a bit... I am planning a build with the same mobo and case but the non-K cpu and an EVGA GTX 960 to lower the thermal and financial loads a bit :-).
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The Noctua CPU cooler you listed shows a height > 90 mm with both fans - did you pull the top fan off to make it clear the case? I'm interested in why you chose that cooler over the big shuriken I see talked about here quite a bit... I am planning a build with the same mobo and case but the non-K cpu and an EVGA GTX 960 to lower the thermal and financial loads a bit :-).

I took the top fan off the cooler and used the Prolimatech usv14 as an intake fan in the window above: it's slim, quiet and 140mm but mounts in 120mm screw holes. I moved the silverstone fan to the gpu compartment. I chose the nhl 12 because of it's performance with a 2 fan setup and how easy it was to install.
post #5399 of 7129
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Originally Posted by ancienthackist View Post

The Noctua CPU cooler you listed shows a height > 90 mm with both fans - did you pull the top fan off to make it clear the case? I'm interested in why you chose that cooler over the big shuriken I see talked about here quite a bit... I am planning a build with the same mobo and case but the non-K cpu and an EVGA GTX 960 to lower the thermal and financial loads a bit :-).

No argument from me... I went through the same pains of making the CPU cooler decision. I noticed you are planing on building in a FTZ01... I used a ML07 which is exactly the same internal layout (as is the RVZ01.) Anyway... after reading every single post in this forum... and based on recorded temperatures I went with the Cryorig C1. Another member here Shwoking did a lot of testing with various coolers and finally settled on the C1. Both shwoking and I selected the Asrock Fatal1ty z170 due to its features and how well it works in these cases.The C1 and Asrock Fatal1ty z170 is a match made in heaven as well as providing awesome cooling.

Note: Be aware the C1 comes with a 15mm fan. The work around, as developed by Shwoking... was to swap it out with a Cryorig XF140, 25mm x 140mm fan with 120mm mounting holes) and attaching it to the case cover grill rather than to the Cryorig C1 heatsink. It worked for him so I went the same route. Works great. Not saying its the only solution... just something to consider.

Here's a pic posted by shwoking. It shows the C1 cooler mounted on a Asrock Fatal1ty z170 and the 25mm fan mounted on the case cover. I have 24 photos of my build loaded in the gallery but none of them showing the C1 set up like this pic from Shwoking.

   
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SAMSUNG 950 PRO M.2 256GB PCI-Express 3.0 x4  SystemX 1TB SATA 6Gbps 7200RPM 2.5" HDD (pending) CRYORIG C1 ITX Top Flow Cooler 
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Windows 10 Professional BenQ XL2730Z 27" Black-Red MOdel 1ms SILVERSTONE SX500-LG 500W SFX-L 80 PLUS GOLD SilverStone Milo ML07B (Black) 
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Cryorig XF140mm x 25.4mm (CPU / Case fan) Noctua NF-P12 120 mm Nine Blade SSO Bearing Fan... Noctua NF-P12 120 mm Nine Blade SSO Bearing Fan...  Penn F1686/25 4pc large rubber speaker cabinet... 
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Originally Posted by Elton Noway View Post

No argument from me... I went through the same pains of making the CPU cooler decision. I noticed you are planing on building in a FTZ01... I used a ML07 which is exactly the same internal layout (as is the RVZ01.) Anyway... after reading every single post in this forum... and based on recorded temperatures I went with the Cryorig C1. Another member here Shwoking did a lot of testing with various coolers and finally settled on the C1. Both shwoking and I selected the Asrock Fatal1ty z170 due to its features and how well it works in these cases.The C1 and Asrock Fatal1ty z170 is a match made in heaven as well as providing awesome cooling.

Note: Be aware the C1 comes with a 15mm fan. The work around, as developed by Shwoking... was to swap it out with a Cryorig XF140, 25mm x 140mm fan with 120mm mounting holes) and attaching it to the case cover grill rather than to the Cryorig C1 heatsink. It worked for him so I went the same route. Works great. Not saying its the only solution... just something to consider.

So many cases, so little difference between them except for the $$$, it's market segmentation heaven! :-). Thanks for your ideas; it will give me more to ruminate over until enough funds arrive to make the dream a reality.
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