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post #6231 of 7129
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

Awesome build man! But gosh...that USB 3.0 header hookup is in the absolute worst place on that motherboard. ew. CPU delid or no?
Yes it's in a terrible place, but at least it still fits with the cooler in place. whoever designed the USB 20pin hook-up? It's so big!
The motherboard isn't great as doesn't have sufficient heatsinks for proper overclocking, the CPU hasn't been delidid, but it is running 4.1ghz at 1.15v.
Im very surprised by this little case and the skylake i5, my main pc is a 4770k custom water loop, sli7806gb, all overclocked to the max in a monster corsair obsidian 900d.
post #6232 of 7129
First post first build 😓

Replacing ps4 and work/gaming computer for a dedicated gaming/under the tv entertainment system. 1080, occasionally 1440, and 4k next year. Also dig my 3d games and movies (don't judge 😜).

PCPartPicker part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/mBg3bj

GPU place holder till end of August, then see what's what. Need a 3D Blu-ray player suggestion.
Going for quite, cool and future proof. Probably missing a fan and some cables? Any suggestions welcome.
Edit: living in Japan, but visiting the US, so hopefully I can choose best prices from either country.
Edited by michaelsammler - 7/11/16 at 5:17pm
post #6233 of 7129
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Originally Posted by Fischer707 View Post

So any news on where one can buy the ML08b handle separately?
Anyone?

Also where can I get the filters or something similar? Got a good deal on a used ML08b but didn't come with handle or filters (everything else included tho).
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Originally Posted by michaelsammler View Post

First post first build 😓

Replacing ps4 and work/gaming computer for a dedicated gaming/under the tv entertainment system. 1080, occasionally 1440, and 4k next year. Also dig my 3d games and movies (don't judge 😜).

PCPartPicker part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/mBg3bj

GPU place holder till end of August, then see what's what. Need a 3D Blu-ray player suggestion.
Going for quite, cool and future proof. Probably missing a fan and some cables? Any suggestions welcome.
Edit: living in Japan, but visiting the US, so hopefully I can choose best prices from either country.

Damn thats beastly. I was using old copy of PowerDVD (as the player) and AnyDVD (decryption to read them) to play mine; PowerDVD which I got with an old laptop Blu-Ray kept asking to upgrade and not playing so got AnyDVD and now works pretty good, also can now rip them if I choose.
post #6234 of 7129
How's the fitting for gtx1070s for the rvz01 or ftz01? Will there be any heating issues if using non ref cards?
post #6235 of 7129
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Originally Posted by Fischer707 View Post

I was using old copy of PowerDVD (as the player) and AnyDVD (decryption to read them) to play mine; PowerDVD which I got with an old laptop Blu-Ray kept asking to upgrade and not playing so got AnyDVD and now works pretty good, also can now rip them if I choose.

I have powerDVD 15 I use for playing 3D movies I have ripped (friend rips them for me cause my computer has not disk drive). Will it play 3D discs as well? With whatever blu ray player?
I couldn't find the panasonic UJ-265 on amazon.co.jp but found a similar one labeld as 3D. Not sure the difference.

I was going to wait to post till I understood everything a bit better, but the amazon prime sale is now and I thought I might get lucky with an ssd or something.
Power DVD 16 is on sale in Japan for $30 off.
post #6236 of 7129
Hello everyone, I've got a Raven build I want some feedback on:

Primary Components
Case: RVZ01B-E Black
CPU: i7-6700 (65W TDP)
RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2666
MOBO: ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact
PS: Silverstone Strider Titanium 600W
Cooling: Silverstone TD03-Slim / Corsair H60
Fans: 3x - NF-F12 iPPC-3000
SSD: PNY CS2211 240GB (OS)
HDD: Seagate ST2000LM007 2TB (Storage)
GC: GTX 1080 (model pending, current candidates EVGA 08G-P4-6286-KR 8GB/ASUS ROG Strix OC)

Other Items
SATA Cables: 2x Silverstone CP11 (very small/easy to route)
Fan Gaskets: 4x Phobya Radiator Gaskets 120mm
Arctic Silver: already on-hand (may need to order if can't find)
Fan Grill: Apevia G-120 (Don't want fan scraping radiator hoses.)

Overall Idea:
Over-engineering, simple as that. Not going too crazy on most components, with a particular focus on low power usage (where possible), and longevity. This setup is intended to use notably less power than my previous build, while running cooler, being significantly smaller, blowing its performance out of the water, and operating for years on end.

For reference, the system I'm replacing is a full tower system, built upon a Sabertooth 990FX AM3+ (the original, not the r2), running a Phenom II X4 (125W TDP), 8gb G.SKILL Ripjaws X DDR3, housed in an Antec DF-85, powered by a Fatal1ty 750W bronze PS, running 2 EVGA GTX480's in SLI. A huge build that has just had parts swapped and moved into different cases over the last 6 years.

Set Components
The processor is nearly top end, while being only 65W TDP. It does sacrifice OC capabilities vs its "K" sibling, but that wouldn't fit the longevity, cool, or low power draw conditions anyways. Cooling it with an AIO should be the final nail in the coffin for any CPU heat issues with this setup. The Motherboard is a bit of splurging for features. The primary reasons are the quality components ASUS put in its high-end boards (remember - longevity), & included software. It includes utilities for fan scaling to utilize those overwhelmingly powerful fans when needed, and keep their noise in check when they're not needed (made easier with the separate fan board). The other main utility included is their RAM Cache program, to utilize the otherwise excessive RAM capacity to speed load times in games. The power supply was a simple choice, and one of the main reasons for using the "E" version of this case. The Titanium certified PS is in there specifically for 2 reasons, besides the modular flat cables. It turns less power into heat (always a good thing), and has a larger/quieter fan than any of the SFX power supplies (and most SFX-L). The choice in case fans is largely just for overhead, able to ramp up pretty high, though at the cost of sound. While I have no intention of ever ramping up to their 3k RPM max (except maybe for the humor of it), I will likely have the fan curve progressing above the 2K limit of their smaller siblings if temps get out of control. On the topic of fans, I have included fan/radiator gaskets in this build. While this is a minor touch, it is there to ensure that the fans are always drawing air through the filters & radiator, and not the gap between the fan and the case/radiator (especially when the filters are dirty and providing more resistance than normal). I know this may seem like an unnecessary/extraneous step, but on my last build, I noticed dust buildup at the edges where the push/pull fans met the radiator. This indicated that some air was being blown past the radiator on the push side, and sucked from around it on the pull side, making it cool less effectively.

Concerns/Questions to you all:
The RAM version itself is one of the main areas of contention, though after my research this seems to be the best fit/performance in a 2 stick 32Gb kit at 1.2V, especially since it is also the lowest height. Another point of debate is the AIO cooler. Right now both the Corsair and Silverstone coolers should theoretically fit. However, with the MOBO having that large protrusion near the CPU, it makes me worry about height interference. The last item up for finalization is the Graphics Card. Aside from availability problems, any recommendations here on solid performing, cool running 1080’s?
Performance ITX
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700K ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact GTX 1080 Strix Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666 32GB (2x16GB) 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
2TB Seagate 2.5" 7mm 240GB PNY SSD Water 3.0 Performer Win 10 Home 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
32" Vizio TV Razer blackwidow Silverstone Strider 600w Titanium Silverstone RVZ01-E 
MouseMouse PadOther
Razer Naga Razer Goliath Razer Tartarus 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700K ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact GTX 1080 Strix Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666 32GB (2x16GB) 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
2TB Seagate 2.5" 7mm 240GB PNY SSD Water 3.0 Performer Win 10 Home 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
32" Vizio TV Razer blackwidow Silverstone Strider 600w Titanium Silverstone RVZ01-E 
MouseMouse PadOther
Razer Naga Razer Goliath Razer Tartarus 
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post #6237 of 7129
Hi everyone, i want to share with you my raven rvz01 build.

Spec:

Case: RVZ01B
MB: Asus z170i pro gaming
CPU: Intel i5 6600K (overclocked to 4.5GHz)
CPU cooler: scythe big shuriken 2 rev b
GPU: Gigabyte gtx 980ti G1 gaming (overclocked to 1450MHz core clock, 8000MHz memory)
PSU: corsair sf600w
RAM:16gb g-skill
Drive: silverstone dvd slim optical drive
HD: samsung 120gb M.2 ssd (os), samsung 850EVO 500gb (gaming), western digital Blue 1TB (storage)

I was able to overclock my 6600k to 4.5ghz replacing the big shuriken stock fan with a noctua nf-f12 and installing the shuriken fan on the top of the noctua to intake air. With the filter on my max temp playing crysis 3 maxed out were 65°C for each core after 2 hours with ambient temp near 21-22°C. When running benchmarks i'm near 72-73°C. Really happy and suprised about that. The shuriken fan is locked via bios at 550rpm.

On the gpu side i have installed 2 noctua nf-s12 to intake air, and set via bios the rpm at 800. Withe the gpu overclocked my max temp was 76°C. That's really great. I love this case and i'm really surprised about the cooling performance. Using noctua fans at low rpm my sistem is dead silent.

What do you think about that?? biggrin.gif








post #6238 of 7129
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Originally Posted by skeaono View Post

Just put together this baby with some spare parts laying around.biggrin.gif:D





CPU: Xeon E3-1230 v2 with Noctua L9i
MB: GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP 2x8GB
GPU: RX480 8GB
PSU: Corsair SF600
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 2x128GB Raid 0

Nice build.

What GPU temps do you get?
post #6239 of 7129
Had to switch a bunch of parts around but I finally think I've got my ftz01 gtx1080 watercooled setup complete.

My first attempt leaked like a sieve from the rotating joints of the alphacool 90degree bend rotating fittings I had originally purchased. So I went back to the drawing board and got some new parts, rearranged a few things, and cut some plastic.

Very very tight fit but it seems to be working biggrin.gif

Build
Cpu - i5 6600k
Gpu - msi aero gtx1080
Motherboard - asrock fatality z170 itx/ac
Ram - 2x4gb generic
Ssd - crucial mx100 512gb
Psu - corsair sf600
IR receiver (in dvd slot) - flirc USB board

Water cooling parts
Pump/cpu block - swiftech apogee drive II
Radiator - hardwarelabs black ice 240gts
Fans - 2x120mm prolimatech usv
Reservoir - aquacomputer aqualis Eco 100
Gpu block - ek gtx1080 copper block
Fittings - bitspower stubby fittings, alphacool 90deg connector fittings
Tubing - primoflex lrt tubing




post #6240 of 7129
That's outstanding Daxelth. I like the build, seems pretty solid. Your pictures actually answered one of my curiosities, as to whether or not the fans would be very visible through the filters on the sides. I'm glad I plan on putting in the black Noctuas. One of your components I had a curiosity about, the power supply. How is its fan noise when the system is under full load? I've heard mixed reviews on those. Also, do you have a picture of the other side when closed? I'm curious about the alignment of the intake fan grille over the CPU.

On the other hand, nice job jdoo! I really want to do a build like that sometime, and was actually pricing out a build doing a similar combination of components in an NCase or Sugo13, but I wanted something more designed for build it and forget it next to the PS4. However, that build looks outstanding, and I bet running those tubes was "fun".

1 question for anyone. Is the spacing of the 2.5" drive mounts able to comfortably fit 9.5mm thick drives too, or is it pretty much restricted to 7mm?
Edited by Jaraii - 7/12/16 at 9:36pm
Performance ITX
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700K ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact GTX 1080 Strix Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666 32GB (2x16GB) 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
2TB Seagate 2.5" 7mm 240GB PNY SSD Water 3.0 Performer Win 10 Home 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
32" Vizio TV Razer blackwidow Silverstone Strider 600w Titanium Silverstone RVZ01-E 
MouseMouse PadOther
Razer Naga Razer Goliath Razer Tartarus 
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Performance ITX
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700K ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact GTX 1080 Strix Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666 32GB (2x16GB) 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
2TB Seagate 2.5" 7mm 240GB PNY SSD Water 3.0 Performer Win 10 Home 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
32" Vizio TV Razer blackwidow Silverstone Strider 600w Titanium Silverstone RVZ01-E 
MouseMouse PadOther
Razer Naga Razer Goliath Razer Tartarus 
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