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Originally Posted by Autoimmunity View Post

The MSI Gaming X 1080 has a huge PCB though, over 5.5 inches tall. I'm not sure it would even fit in the RVZ02.


I didnt install it in mine, but it looked like it would fit. Dont excpect to stick a hdd next to it tho.

Heres how tall it is

post #6132 of 7133
Hi guys,

Just bought a ftz01 and a corsair sf600.

Excited as I was I decided to mock fit the PSU into the case, which fits fine being an SFX PSU. Though the issue I have is that the 90 degree AC adapter that plugs into the back of the PSU is orientated opposite to the PSU AC port :/

Any ideas where I can buy the correct orientation 90 degree AC adaptor?

Thanks
post #6133 of 7133
Damn i just ordered one as well and didnt realize the plug is oriented the wrong way. Could you not take off the power supply bracket and the 2.5 bracket to free up the power cord and route it out the other side towards the motherboard, then run it up the middle of the case? I looked at my RVZ01 and it looks possible, I'll know for sure tomorrow when i get my sf450.
post #6134 of 7133
So I have my ML08 build for a couple months now, and I can smell plastic/hardware sometimes which then disappears after a minute. Which part of the build could be giving that smell? Obviously nothing is broken otherwise I'd have known it by now. This is my first build with a case this small so not sure if it's normal or not.

Anyone else had this issue before?

cpu is 6700k, cooler is scythe big shuriken 2 rev b, full gtx 600 series card
psu is 500w Silverstone SFX
post #6135 of 7133
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Originally Posted by BlueJahash View Post

Hi guys,

Just bought a ftz01 and a corsair sf600.

Excited as I was I decided to mock fit the PSU into the case, which fits fine being an SFX PSU. Though the issue I have is that the 90 degree AC adapter that plugs into the back of the PSU is orientated opposite to the PSU AC port :/

Any ideas where I can buy the correct orientation 90 degree AC adaptor?

Thanks

Glad I wasn't the only one with this issue.

For the time being I am routing the power cable between power supply and mobo. makes me a little nervous having AC power near so many power and high speed data lines, but I don't see an alternative. The power cable is not designed to be replaceable, a left angle extension would be at least 2 ft long, and the only elbows I could find bend the wrong way.
post #6136 of 7133
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Originally Posted by aburgesser View Post

Glad I wasn't the only one with this issue.

For the time being I am routing the power cable between power supply and mobo. makes me a little nervous having AC power near so many power and high speed data lines, but I don't see an alternative. The power cable is not designed to be replaceable, a left angle extension would be at least 2 ft long, and the only elbows I could find bend the wrong way.

Yeah, quite annoying to be honest.

Though, I did some research online about the particular socket IEC 320 c13 (female) and c14 (male) and I think I found a solution.

http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/262101218318

I've ordered the above, so I'll have to wait for it come in to be 100% it'll work.
post #6137 of 7133
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Originally Posted by kossiewossie View Post

I used the NH-L12 for about a day and had terrible experience with it, I don't recall the numbers for the temp on the CPU I just remember them being to high for any overclocking at all, so I managed to fit a H55 with a SP120 fan and temps are pretty amazing for such a compact environment,

Ambient temp in the room is 22-23c
CPU temp idle is 32-35c and max load using Intel burn test is 70-76c (arrange based on each core) current overclock is 4.5ghz with offset of 0.065v
I was using a Corsair vengeance low profile ram but by switching to the H55 I noticed I could change to the Corsair Platinum kit but it required modding the ram, Removing the top part of the heat sink

I don't have any new photos of the corsair platinum kits installed, Installing the H55 is a very tight fit but its doable!



I've switched from the Noctua NH-L9i to the Corsair H55 with a 25mm Thermaltake Riing LED fan and it works great. For some reason my idle temps are at 41 degrees Celsius average but full load (rendering, media encoding, etc.) tops out at 51~54 Max and my Noctua NH-L9i idles at 38~39 but maxes out in full load at 61~63 degrees celsius. I've set the fan to pull air to the through the rad fins.

it's definitely much quieter than my Noctua NH-L9i under full load, which is why I made the switch.
Anyone know why my temps are so different compared to the results shared within the forum? (newbie in this forum btw)

Should I switch the fan around and have it push air out from the bottom?
post #6138 of 7133
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Originally Posted by Hammerdin View Post

I figured out how to mount a h55 and a full thickness fan into the RVZ01, thought I'd share as I've only seen it done with slim fans. You just have to mount the pump diagonally in the case so the fittings face towards the top left (or bottom right) bracket screw. This allows the hoses to lay down flat on both sides of the pump, no kinks and the side panel closes no problem. There is even enough space left between the pump and the fan that it may be possible to do push pull with slim fans.

crappy phone pics







What temps are you getting?
I'm using a similar set up but with a thermaltake riing 12 in a pull setup.
Idle temps at 42 Celsius and max load at 56~57 (rendering, media encoding, etc).
Temps from my Noctua NH-L9i were 38 celsius idleand 63~65 full load. (weird)

any clue on why that is? :/
post #6139 of 7133
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Originally Posted by BlueJahash View Post

Yeah, quite annoying to be honest.

Though, I did some research online about the particular socket IEC 320 c13 (female) and c14 (male) and I think I found a solution.

http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/262101218318

I've ordered the above, so I'll have to wait for it come in to be 100% it'll work.

Your research spurred my research and I found a place that can supply 1 ft C14 to C13-right cables. They even have appropriate regulatory certifications. Only sticking point is a $50 minimum purchase order. However they also sell colored power cables and red PC/NAS cables have been a long standing todo on my cable management plan.

My new dilemma is I have my choice of 14 or 18 gauge. Obviously the lower gauge is better, but I would prefer to match gauge of the current cable in case. Does anyone know the gauge of the FTZ01 extension cable?

Edit: how quaint! the cable is actually labeled as 18 AWG.
Edited by aburgesser - 6/22/16 at 10:01pm
post #6140 of 7133
If you live in the us you can use mono price they have most types of cables
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