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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.

Ah thanks, I wasn't sure if they would fit or not.
 
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I was hoping to find some thumbscrews/knurled screws for the ML08 carrying handle, but I don't think they make 6-32 screws like that. So, 1.5 inch screws with 5 to 8 nuts on them each seems an acceptable substitute. Might solider the top nut heat shrink them for a better look.
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As much as I didn't need a processor upgrade I've really been wanting to dump my Fractal Design XLR2 case. I've recently moved into a new apartment and my PC is now in the living room. The case feels like its the centerpiece of the whole room lol. Just placed an order on Amazon for the following:

i7 6700K
Thermalright AXP-100 MUSCLE CPU Heatsink
Corsair SF600 High Performance SFX Power Supply
Asrock FATAL1TY Z170 Gaming Motherboard
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz
Silverstone RVZ02B SFF Case

Cant wait!
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As much as I didn't need a processor upgrade I've really been wanting to dump my Fractal Design XLR2 case. I've recently moved into a new apartment and my PC is now in the living room. The case feels like its the centerpiece of the whole room lol. Just placed an order on Amazon for the following:

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Thermalright AXP-100 MUSCLE CPU Heatsink
Corsair SF600 High Performance SFX Power Supply
Asrock FATAL1TY Z170 Gaming Motherboard
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz
Silverstone RVZ02B SFF Case

Cant wait!

Not sure if i'm correct but there are post a few pages back saying there is a problem with the corsair PSU and the RVZ02 case, the power connection is the wrong way around???? The cable won't twist around to get the plug in I think, will have a look and edit if i'm wrong.
Page 614, 2nd post down. He has the FTZ01 with the corsair and it has the cable problem. Finger crossed it won't affect the RVZ02
Edited by ZodiacG66 - 6/26/16 at 2:04am
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Not sure if i'm correct but there are post a few pages back saying there is a problem with the corsair PSU and the RVZ02 case, the power connection is the wrong way around???? The cable won't twist around to get the plug in I think, will have a look and edit if i'm wrong.
Page 614, 2nd post down. He has the FTZ01 with the corsair and it has the cable problem. Finger crossed it won't affect the RVZ02

From what I can see should not be an issue. The RVZ02 extension cable has plenty of slack and is routed differently.
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Hopefully it won't be an issue, I've always been a fan of Corsair Power Supplies - never failed me.

I did decide to switch to an Asus motherboard after sleeping on this. Looks like the Asrock board has problems with quality control. From what I've read the WiFi connector is coming in bent for a lot of people and if you bend it back there's a chance of the board dying within a few weeks. Switched to the Asus Z170I Pro Gaming. I've always used Asus boards in my builds and have never been dissapointed. Cant wait!


Edited by Pandora's Box - 6/26/16 at 3:28am
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Not sure if i'm correct but there are post a few pages back saying there is a problem with the corsair PSU and the RVZ02 case, the power connection is the wrong way around???? The cable won't twist around to get the plug in I think, will have a look and edit if i'm wrong.
Page 614, 2nd post down. He has the FTZ01 with the corsair and it has the cable problem. Finger crossed it won't affect the RVZ02

Found a user in the Corsair SF600 power supply owners thread that is using it with his RVZ02 case. No problems reported. thumb.gif
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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.

Nice, hope that works out for you.

I purchased a right angle cord which was the right orientation (pictured below on the left side) and made some modifications to it, like an extension to the cord provided in the case with no luck, as the right angle c14 plug is too high profile compared to the supplied right angle plug.



So, back to the drawing board, and I come up with the extension above on the right.







Not the most ideal or elegant solution, but it was the best I can come up with as I didn't want to mess around with the supplied cord too much.
Edited by BlueJahash - 6/26/16 at 4:40am
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Guys Guys Guys

Need a professional "silent freaks" advise who still owns 1st version of the case RVZ01(with small PSU fan cutouts)...
I do have this case coupled with Silverstone sfx 450W gold PSU which is noisy for me due to its fan....mad.gif
Now i have opportunity to order another PSU...can I have a piece of advise on this issue ?
- Corsair SFX450 of 600W PSU. POssible issue
Cons: wrong cutout and different AC angle connector....
Pros: semi-passive fan 92 mm

- Chieftec SFX500GD-C PSU POssible issues - not able to fit inside ? PSU is SFX-L and Not SFX one...
Cons: SFX-L PSU. No passive mode
Pros: 120mm Fan runs quieter + even if cutout is wrong 120mm fan will cover\create more air to exit the existing cutout...

pls let me have your opinion on the matter

Thanks
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What i can tell you about the Corsair SF 450 is that if you want the fan facing the vent holes then like you said the plug is the wrong orientation, but its easily fixed by routing the power cable as shown in the image below. The red line is the stock config, and the blue is how i did it.



If you want to see the real thing i can take a picture later.
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