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is it possilbe to carry RVZ02 in a backpack

im not sure it fits or not
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is it possilbe to carry RVZ02 in a backpack

im not sure it fits or not

You'd have to have 1 heck of a big backpack... unlikely I'd guess. my ML07 wouldn't fit my Titleist backpack...
post #6143 of 7129
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You'd have to have 1 heck of a big backpack... unlikely I'd guess. my ML07 wouldn't fit my Titleist backpack...

yeah this is more of a "hold it like a briefcase" or "fit it inside your carryon luggage" kind of portable. Not a "fit it in your backpack" sort of portable. I don't think any mini-itx + fullsize GPU solution is going to do that for you. The base hardware is too bulky for that.
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

You'd have to have 1 heck of a big backpack... unlikely I'd guess. my ML07 wouldn't fit my Titleist backpack...

yeah this is more of a "hold it like a briefcase" or "fit it inside your carryon luggage" kind of portable. Not a "fit it in your backpack" sort of portable. I don't think any mini-itx + fullsize GPU solution is going to do that for you. The base hardware is too bulky for that.


ah ah ah...don't be so quick to judge...there's plenty of cases coming out these days that could easily fit in a backpack... DuneCase... There's another sub <10l case too that's coming out but stupid expensive...

With the ever lowering TDP of CPU's with Intel Skylake and hopefully AMD Zen, new chips from Nvidia Pascal and AMD Polaris I'd imagine we'll definitely see a shrink in the size of computers we need. For a longgg time we've seen the need for large PC's for adequate cooling. Not so much anymore. Delided skylake works great on a good small air cooler and AMD Polaris is supposed to have some TINY cooler for it since it'd TDP is sooo incredibly low. I myself am going to be looking into an even smaller build in the future...
post #6145 of 7129
I assume you're talking about this?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/33753221/dan-cases-a4-sfx-the-worlds-smallest-gaming-tower

I imagine that's about as small as you can go with a fullsize gpu. Smaller or no GPU? Heck yeah there's more options that can totally fit in a pack.

Is there other stuff out there? I'd love to know what it is!
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ah ah ah...don't be so quick to judge...there's plenty of cases coming out these days that could easily fit in a backpack... DuneCase... There's another sub <10l case too that's coming out but stupid expensive...

With the ever lowering TDP of CPU's with Intel Skylake and hopefully AMD Zen, new chips from Nvidia Pascal and AMD Polaris I'd imagine we'll definitely see a shrink in the size of computers we need. For a longgg time we've seen the need for large PC's for adequate cooling. Not so much anymore. Delided skylake works great on a good small air cooler and AMD Polaris is supposed to have some TINY cooler for it since it'd TDP is sooo incredibly low. I myself am going to be looking into an even smaller build in the future...
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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? :/

my 4670k at stock idles around 32C and loaded with prime 95 hits about 56C, ambient temp is about 70F. So looks about normal to me but you could try to reseat it and try a different thermal paste application. After watching this LTT video ive been aplying a bit more than i used to, a little bigger than a pea, with good results.
post #6147 of 7129
Hey guys, just wondering if anyone here has the ML08 and has tried to add any extra cooling options to take down the temps of the GPU? I have a reasonable CPU cooler but it looks like I'll need to work something out for the card from the way reviews go so I was thinking a couple of 60mm fans above the card to remove hot air faster?
 
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post #6148 of 7129
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my 4670k at stock idles around 32C and loaded with prime 95 hits about 56C, ambient temp is about 70F. So looks about normal to me but you could try to reseat it and try a different thermal paste application. After watching this LTT video ive been aplying a bit more than i used to, a little bigger than a pea, with good results.

I've been playing around with the different thermal paste applications, temps haven't really changed that much, maybe about 1~2 °C. I'll even try switching the orientation of the fan to a push config, see if that helps. Will post results soon.
post #6149 of 7129
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Hey guys, just wondering if anyone here has the ML08 and has tried to add any extra cooling options to take down the temps of the GPU? I have a reasonable CPU cooler but it looks like I'll need to work something out for the card from the way reviews go so I was thinking a couple of 60mm fans above the card to remove hot air faster?

60mm's might work more efficiently, but the more common mod is to use slim 80s.
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I've been playing around with the different thermal paste applications, temps haven't really changed that much, maybe about 1~2 °C. I'll even try switching the orientation of the fan to a push config, see if that helps. Will post results soon.

Also be sure your pump is running at full rpm if connected to a pwm or motherboard header.
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