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Yo, anyone knows how often you should "clean" for Dust in the RVZ02.
Mine is running like a month already, cant see any dust inside yet. Might gonna open the windows tomorrow.

Any other experiences?

Mine got a 120mm circle of dust around the CPU fan. I have only cleaned it once. It took a few weeks to get the circle. It was only really noticeable when I removed the dust filter. I'm using the ID-Cooling IS-50 cooler. The PSU fan didn't seem to create any dust.
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A bit off topic, but I want to clear up some stuff about Nvidia's Pascal GPUs.

If anyone's familiar with Nvidia's marketing strategy, they always release the lowest and the over the top cards for their new generation ages before
the rest of the lineup. The Ti cards, which are often the best value cards come last.

For Maxwell, it was the 750Ti was launched about half a year before the Titan X, which was launched a few months before the main 900 series lineup, then the 980Ti came and wiped
the floor.

Similar things should happen with Pascal, but it will be even more drawn out because of HBM. HBM2 is being mass produced, so there shouldn't have supply problems but there will
be some cards that will have GDDR5X (basically the same as current GDDR5 with twice the memory bandwidth)

So there is potential for the Pascal launch to be real complicated. I wouldn't count on Pascal being 'right around the corner', at least not for the full lineup.
At the same time I could be wrong and Nvidia could have another marketing strategy. But this is my honest opinion


I fully agree with your post but in my case, the reason why delaying is an "easier" decision, is that I already have a gaming laptop that can play every single game I throw at it and granted, a crappy android box that allows me to watch tv shows and movies on my TV. So delaying isn't affecting me really.

As for Pascal, I am potentially ready to buy the Titan-equivalent card that should be unveiled first as you mentioned it in your post... I only hope that behemoth will fit in a small case like the Silverstone, and most importantly that it won't start a fire in my living room in case it needs better cooling than what these cases can provide...
Do you guys know anyone who is actually using a Titan X in a Silverstone case??
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are there any differences in temperatures with real world performance between the RVZ01, RVZ02, ML08 models?
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are there any differences in temperatures with real world performance between the RVZ01, RVZ02, ML08 models?

The ML08 and RVZ02 are identical internally, so their temps would be too. The filtered versions have very tiny increases in temps, of a few degrees with the filter on, although the filter can easily be removed to match the windowed version. The RVZ01 is much larger, and has room for a radiator and more fans, so obviously has more cooling options.
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Hi

I am downsizing my rig and i am looking at the RVZ02 to replace my Corsair 450D, i do have a couple of questions though.

1. Will my Gigabyte GTX 980 G1 Gaming fit? - I searched the thread and it seems like it will fit, but better to be safe and ask smile.gif

2. Which CPU cooler do you recommend for this case? It will be cooling a i7 3770k at stock speed, i will not overclock. I looked at the first post under the "recommended components" but maybe something new has come up, that is better smile.gif
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Hi

I am downsizing my rig and i am looking at the RVZ02 to replace my Corsair 450D, i do have a couple of questions though.

1. Will my Gigabyte GTX 980 G1 Gaming fit? - I searched the thread and it seems like it will fit, but better to be safe and ask smile.gif

2. Which CPU cooler do you recommend for this case? It will be cooling a i7 3770k at stock speed, i will not overclock. I looked at the first post under the "recommended components" but maybe something new has come up, that is better smile.gif
I just wanted to comment because this is a pretty new post, I don't own these cases and I am not positive, but I believe if you do not plan on overclocking an Argon Ar06 would be sufficient, one of the few coolers which does fit. The scythe big shuriken b2 I believe it is called was rated highly, I think this was it, worth looking into. These are not available here so I did not pay too much attention, I hope this was at least of some help.
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The ML08 and RVZ02 are identical internally, so their temps would be too. The filtered versions have very tiny increases in temps, of a few degrees with the filter on, although the filter can easily be removed to match the windowed version. The RVZ01 is much larger, and has room for a radiator and more fans, so obviously has more cooling options.
Thanks! Is the RVZ01 considered the better case? I am having a very hard time choosing between cases and knowing this will help. I like the cooling options on this but I hear it is hard to work in. Is there any RVZ01 or RVZ02 owner who wishes they had chosen differently, or anyone who has tried both and could comment?
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Thanks! Is the RVZ01 considered the better case? I am having a very hard time choosing between cases and knowing this will help. I like the cooling options on this but I hear it is hard to work in. Is there any RVZ01 or RVZ02 owner who wishes they had chosen differently, or anyone who has tried both and could comment?

I chose the RVZ02 because I liked the way it looked, much more so than the concave shape of the RVZ01, but aesthetics are entirely subjective. As for working in the case, yes, the RVZ01 requires a little more effort, but it's not so difficult that it is impossible to work in. The graphics card riser for example is part of the drive caddy, so all that must be removed to install it.

As for cooling options, they are limited by size. I went with the ID-Cooling IS-50 because it was the cheapest one I could get that didn't look like cheap Chinese junk. Temperatures on my i7 2600 are 30-40C at idle and 60-70C stress tested. It also has a 120mm fan, which means it can shift air at lower RPM, and so quieter, than a smaller fan. It also happens to be slightly less complicated to install than the Shuriken, and half the price for me. Obviously regional differences, exchange rates, and sales will change prices. Search for low profile CPU cooler and you'll find many different models.
Edited by Ausf - 2/28/16 at 10:59am
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I just wanted to comment because this is a pretty new post, I don't own these cases and I am not positive, but I believe if you do not plan on overclocking an Argon Ar06 would be sufficient, one of the few coolers which does fit. The scythe big shuriken b2 I believe it is called was rated highly, I think this was it, worth looking into. These are not available here so I did not pay too much attention, I hope this was at least of some help.
Thanks! Is the RVZ01 considered the better case? I am having a very hard time choosing between cases and knowing this will help. I like the cooling options on this but I hear it is hard to work in. Is there any RVZ01 or RVZ02 owner who wishes they had chosen differently, or anyone who has tried both and could comment?

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I chose the RVZ02 because I liked the way it looked, much more so than the concave shape of the RVZ01, but aesthetics are entirely subjective. As for working in the case, yes, the RVZ01 requires a little more effort, but it's not so difficult that it is impossible to work in. The graphics card riser for example is part of the drive caddy, so all that must be removed to install it.

As for cooling options, they are limited by size. I went with the ID-Cooling IS-50 because it was the cheapest one I could get that didn't look like cheap Chinese junk. Temperatures on my i7 2600 are 30-40C at idle and 60-70C stress tested. It also has a 120mm fan, which means it can shift air at lower RPM, and so quieter, than a smaller fan. It also happens to be slightly less complicated to install than the Shuriken, and half the price for me. Obviously regional differences, exchange rates, and sales will change prices. Search for low profile CPU cooler and you'll find many different models.

Thank you both for your replys.

I now have some more to work with, the next step is finding a mini-itx motherboard for my i7 3770k, hopefully i can find one used in or around Denmark where i live.
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I can't get ahold of the cryorig or scythe, nor noctua l9i coolers where I am. What are good alternatives for the RVZ02 which can support overclocking an i7 6700k ? Is the corsair h60 going to fit, or do I need to stick with the argon ar06?
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I can't get ahold of the cryorig or scythe, nor noctua l9i coolers where I am. What are good alternatives for the RVZ02 which can support overclocking an i7 6700k ? Is the corsair h60 going to fit, or do I need to stick with the argon ar06?

Ive seen people with the Zalman’s CNPS8900 Quiet and with the Xigmatek Janus, never read about any complains so far.
You might wanna give the the Silverstone cooles a try aswell.
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