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Hi, I have the Samuel 17 is my girlfriends PC and have tried it in the RVZ01 and it's not very good, I'm using the same setup as you, CPU, Cooler and fans and my CPU Temps are usually around 49-50c when gaming and it's quiet. Mind you I have under volted my CPU from 1.25v to 1.075v and taken boost off. Maybe take the cooler off and redo the heat paste and make sure the cooler is sitting correctly. How have you got the BIOS setup? Both fans are PWM are you using the splitter that came with the cooler? are they plugged in to the same fan header? That's the way may fans are set up and they are set to normal for the fan profile (gigabyte board)

Yeah I have it undervolted to 1.065v with boost off, at 4.3ghz, and I hit 80c in prime95, I was just wondering if there's a cooler that would allow me to over clock further. If anyone's used the cryorig C1 that looks promising, as it looks like I could fit a full height 140mm fan in on top of it.
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Yeah I have it undervolted to 1.065v with boost off, at 4.3ghz, and I hit 80c in prime95, I was just wondering if there's a cooler that would allow me to over clock further. If anyone's used the cryorig C1 that looks promising, as it looks like I could fit a full height 140mm fan in on top of it.
80c in Prime95 is ok, it's a stress test, under normal use (gaming, encoding, whatever) you should be under 60c which is very good for an overclocked CPU in a small case
Everyone used Prime95 then panics when they see a BIG number but Prime95 is pushing the CPU way, way more than you would doing anything else. Download HWMonitor and play a game at your max res for an hour then look at them temps. My prime 95 temps are 77c my gaming temps are 49-51c (that's without a overclock so your temps will be a bit higher)
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Yeah I know 80c is alright, I was just looking for something with a little more headroom than that even, but turns out the C1 doesn't play nice with the asus Z97i and this case, so I guess I'll be happy with what I have haha.
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How are the temps on that 1080 STRIX?

Pretty good. 73c when running Fire Strike Ultra. Tested at 23c ambient, case filters on, default fan curve.
post #6195 of 7130
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Hey all, just finished up my build in the RVZ01, and I'm overall really impressed with the case, however I'm not the most impressed with my thermals and noise levels with a noctua nh-l12, with a prolimatech slim 140mm fan on top and a 4790k. Does anyone know if the samuel 17 offers significantly better cooling performance or if there are any other coolers out there that do much better?

thanks

You should check out Raizen's low profile cooler overview earlier in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1466816/silverstone-raven-rvz01-rvz02-ml07-ml08-ftz01-owners-club/5940#post_25142475

I had not read that before I picked my cooler, and I went with the Samuel 17 on the basis that it is the heaviest heatsink that will fit this case. Dunno if it was the right call but i'm satisfied with my temps. Prime stress test 73c with CPU cooler on default fan curve (fairly quiet), dust filters on. More details in my PCPP build log: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/bYnnTW
Edited by jashsu - 7/4/16 at 3:38pm
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Hmm that's pretty helpful. I'm definitely open to experimentation, so I think before ordering one of those I'm gonna go ahead and pickup a corsair H55 from my microcenter just to give it a try. And to chime in on the 1080 discussion, I have an evga sc 1080 in mine, with two nf-12s blowing on it at 600rpm, and with the fan curve set to silent and a mild overclock, it doesn't go above 80. I'm sure you could make it a good bit cooler at the cost of more noise though.
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Oh you're in a RVZ01. Hm. Idk what the best option is then. Raizen's cooler overview is for RVZ02 height. You could pbb fit an AIO yeah, or a really beefy air cooler.
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Yeah I've seen people cram in H55s on this thread, so I think that might be the best option.
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Sorry if this was discussed, I tried searching to no avail.

Does the H5 SF fit the RZV01 ?

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/hydro-series-h5-sf-low-profile-liquid-cpu-cooler
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Sorry if this was discussed, I tried searching to no avail.

Does the H5 SF fit the RZV01 ?

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/hydro-series-h5-sf-low-profile-liquid-cpu-cooler
Nope wont fit, and from most reviews it loud and not that good at cooling. The H55 fits, with a slim fan fitted not the one that comes with it
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