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Not using this case, but for the same reason (besides leak free environment) I've decided to get the NT06 PRO; it should be quieter and I'm not scared it will one day leak. But my H60 has been perfect for almost 4 years, is just time for a preventive upgrade. biggrin.gif

Fully understandable. Every time I hear any kind of noise from my machine, I am always paranoid it could be the water cooling unit... biggrin.gif As it is, the eternal fan that came with the radiator makes a clicking noise at low RPM and I think it's starting to get louder, so now I'm starting to research a different fan for it.
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That is what they are telling everyone at the moment. biggrin.gif ahem

Jim, you wanna share the Ahem?! Since I am building, should I Ahem wait a few months, Ahem... Or build now and Ahem upgrade in a 4 months Ahem?!
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post #553 of 7096
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Jim, you wanna share the Ahem?! Since I am building, should I Ahem wait a few months, Ahem... Or build now and Ahem upgrade in a 4 months Ahem?!

I don't know if Jim read from the same forum site I did about the Silverstone 600watt SFX power supply , but there is a possibility of it being released sooner. The official information though is that it will be semi-fanless and use the PP05-E flat cable set as standard: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1707073&page=31
post #554 of 7096
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Jim, you wanna share the Ahem?! Since I am building, should I Ahem wait a few months, Ahem... Or build now and Ahem upgrade in a 4 months Ahem?!
Hmmmm!
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Originally Posted by bloodroses75 View Post

I don't know if Jim read from the same forum site I did about the Silverstone 600watt SFX power supply , but there is a possibility of it being released sooner. The official information though is that it will be semi-fanless and use the PP05-E flat cable set as standard: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1707073&page=31

This part I can confirm in full. It WILL be semi-fanless, and it will come with wires based on the PP05-E style. But it is NOT the full PP05-E set. It is basically the exact same wire setup as the 450 in the layout of the wires etc., but in the black Flat Flexible wiring.

Edit: I don't do much review reading, as I'm a dealer for silverstone and I'm based in SoCal, I get my info straight from them, and if it's something I can legally share without violating any contracts with them, I will share. But some things are bound by NDA.........
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/26/14 at 1:33pm
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Originally Posted by tdelfin View Post

@Jealousy,

Both PCB's are black.

PCI-Express adapter is REV:1.0 and PC-riser card V1.1 I think.

Looked closely at both of them. I could not see anything wrong.



Sorry for not answering, I didn't receive any update- mail even though I'm subscriped.

Did you get your system up and running?
Edited by Jealousy - 3/26/14 at 1:28pm
post #556 of 7096
So i'm just putting together a build i will most likely do this summer( have to save up some money). And i just wanted to share it with you guys. Let me know if there is anything i should change before i decide to buy.

Cpu:i5 4670k
Cpu cooler:Seidon 120v aio
Gpu:Gtx 760(reference design)
Ram:8GB corsair vengeance lp
Hdd:1TB wd blue
Ssd:250GB 840 evo
Motherboard:Msi z87i mini itx
Psu:Silverstone 450 sfx gold
Case:Of course rvz01
post #557 of 7096
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Originally Posted by NinjaPenguin16 View Post

So i'm just putting together a build i will most likely do this summer( have to save up some money). And i just wanted to share it with you guys. Let me know if there is anything i should change before i decide to buy.

Cpu:i5 4670k
Cpu cooler:Seidon 120v aio
Gpu:Gtx 760(reference design)
Ram:8GB corsair vengeance lp
Hdd:1TB wd blue
Ssd:250GB 840 evo
Motherboard:Msi z87i mini itx
Psu:Silverstone 450 sfx gold
Case:Of course rvz01

I'm not sure if the Seidon 120V fits because of the tubing style. I know the 120M does, but I'm not sure of the V. They went cheap on the V's pump and tubing to help bring it down in cost hence the V=value model. Otherwise, it looks good, you might also look at the WD Red drives instead of the blue. Better drives, and longer warranty. Also good heat tolerance on the Red.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/26/14 at 2:51pm
post #558 of 7096
Anyone know if it's exactly 83 mm (heatsink space) from MB to side panel? Just wondering if I could use an AXP-200 (60 mm) with 25mm fan.

The thing that bugs me about the NT06, is you have to run a bottom fan, and probably direct air upwards, out the side panel, but that isn't positive air.
post #559 of 7096
I've been wondering the same thing as I've been tossing up between the AXP-200 and the NT06 but would like to pair the AXP-200 with a better fan. I've been looking at the Prolimatech Sleek Vortex 140mm as an alternative if a full size fan doesn't fit. I'm not entirely sold on the NT06 with the bottom mounted fan either. I'm guessing the clearance is a little more than 83mm and Silverstone are being slightly conservative, but probably unlikely that it's a full 2mm more. The photos and details provided by Jimhans1 suggested it might be a fraction more than 83mm.

Is anyone able to do an accurate measurement?
post #560 of 7096
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Originally Posted by OCPG View Post

Anyone know if it's exactly 83 mm (heatsink space) from MB to side panel? Just wondering if I could use an AXP-200 (60 mm) with 25mm fan.

The thing that bugs me about the NT06, is you have to run a bottom fan, and probably direct air upwards, out the side panel, but that isn't positive air.

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Originally Posted by stormie View Post

I've been wondering the same thing as I've been tossing up between the AXP-200 and the NT06 but would like to pair the AXP-200 with a better fan. I've been looking at the Prolimatech Sleek Vortex 140mm as an alternative if a full size fan doesn't fit. I'm not entirely sold on the NT06 with the bottom mounted fan either. I'm guessing the clearance is a little more than 83mm and Silverstone are being slightly conservative, but probably unlikely that it's a full 2mm more. The photos and details provided by Jimhans1 suggested it might be a fraction more than 83mm.

Is anyone able to do an accurate measurement?

Check out the case guide. The 83mm clearance is without counting the case fan.

AXP-200 would not fit with a 25mm fan, plus if I recall correctly 60mm is without the fan mounted, so a 15mm fan will also have a hard time.

Temperature differences between the AXP-100 and the AXP-200 are not so much, so it's better to have one AXP-100 and one case fan, there will be more cool air entering the case.

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Edited by Mariolillo - 3/26/14 at 7:05pm
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