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I am impresed With how quiet this GPU is! The fan speed never goes over 40%. It gets cooled by the Noctua fanns that puls cooled air from aoutside the case smile.gif

What's the specs? Also, nice touch with the XBox logo.
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MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
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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 
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post #6302 of 7142
I7 4790K With H55
Evga gtx 1080 acx 3.0
16.gb mem
Asus Z97
Silverstone 650W
2X noctua 120mm NF-S12A fans. very silent! and moves alot of air!

Tryed to make it look like the Xbox one smile.gif
post #6303 of 7142
Good Day guys,

I have been reading through the thread but have not found a conclusive answer to my question.

The question being; How does an open-air cool GPU performs in the RVZ02B/RVZ02B-W? Is the temperature really bad that only blower styled gpu is recommended?

I have found this youtube video interesting as an open air cooler is used(msi gtx 970 gaming 4g) and his temperature are well below 70C which isn't that bad. However, his ambient is not mentioned.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru6-EYHC2Rw

Hence, I have come to the helpful community of the owners club for some answers! I will like to know what gpu are you running on the RVZ02B-W and non windowed version. And how are the temperatures!

Many thanks!

Regards,
WZ
post #6304 of 7142
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Originally Posted by WeiZhong View Post

Good Day guys,

I have been reading through the thread but have not found a conclusive answer to my question.

The question being; How does an open-air cool GPU performs in the RVZ02B/RVZ02B-W? Is the temperature really bad that only blower styled gpu is recommended?

I have found this youtube video interesting as an open air cooler is used(msi gtx 970 gaming 4g) and his temperature are well below 70C which isn't that bad. However, his ambient is not mentioned.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru6-EYHC2Rw

Hence, I have come to the helpful community of the owners club for some answers! I will like to know what gpu are you running on the RVZ02B-W and non windowed version. And how are the temperatures!

Many thanks!

Regards,
WZ


We've tested RVZ02 extensively during its development and found open air coolers to be better than blower style coolers in this case.

We've even recommended this officially in RVZ02's user manual (page 21):
http://www.silverstonetek.com/downloads/Manual/case/Multi-RVZ02-Manual.pdf
post #6305 of 7142
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Originally Posted by SilverStone View Post

We've tested RVZ02 extensively during its development and found open air coolers to be better than blower style coolers in this case.

We've even recommended this officially in RVZ02's user manual (page 21):
http://www.silverstonetek.com/downloads/Manual/case/Multi-RVZ02-Manual.pdf

Ahh, should have just looked there. Anyway, It great to know this information. Especially when it comes from a vendor reps.

Now my options are only limited to my wallet! Hahaha. Many thanks!
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hi

i just received my hardware today for "SilverStone Mini-ITX ML08B-H" and the specs are :

i7 6700k
Z170I PRO GAMING
Corsair SF600 sfx
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 3200
Samsung 950 PRO 512GB PCIe NVMe
SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7970 (old one wil upgrade later)

wrongly i got Noctua NH-L9I which isnt rated for this CPU and after stressing my CPU with prime95 for about 15 min the temps were too high

image.png

any advice for the better air cooler that work with my specs and if possible capable of mild OC also silent is preferred

some coolers in mind :

Silverstone Argon AR06
or this cooler (see the reviews) :
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LSRXVA0/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=21G4LLB5K6GFJ&coliid=I27VLXXP063LUB
Edited by oldnick101 - 8/9/16 at 7:53pm
post #6307 of 7142
Hi
I consider buying ML08/RVZ02
Is it possible to put a 7mm or a 9.5mm 2.5" HDD in the GPU chamber when the GPU is long (behind the GPU)?
Edited by hoover91125 - 8/9/16 at 11:36pm
post #6308 of 7142
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Originally Posted by oldnick101 View Post

hi

i just received my hardware today for "SilverStone Mini-ITX ML08B-H" and the specs are :

i7 6700k
Z170I PRO GAMING
Corsair SF600 sfx
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 3200
Samsung 950 PRO 512GB PCIe NVMe
SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7970 (old one wil upgrade later)

wrongly i got Noctua NH-L9I which isnt rated for this CPU and after stressing my CPU with prime95 for about 15 min the temps were too high

image.png

any advice for the better air cooler that work with my specs and if possible capable of mild OC also silent is preferred

some coolers in mind :

Silverstone Argon AR06
or this cooler (see the reviews) :
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LSRXVA0/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=21G4LLB5K6GFJ&coliid=I27VLXXP063LUB

If you're familiar with lapping a cooler surface I'd go ahead and do that with 1200 then 2000gritt sandpaper on a glass surface, then you rule out an uneven surface... 2nd if the cooler base is copper and you're comfortable with it, switch your paste to CLU or CLP..preferably CLU.... that should give you a nice temp drop! Dang those temps are high!!! I'm hoping my nt06-pro can handle the 6700k but I'm also planning on deliding mine and using CLU...
post #6309 of 7142
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

If you're familiar with lapping a cooler surface I'd go ahead and do that with 1200 then 2000gritt sandpaper on a glass surface, then you rule out an uneven surface... 2nd if the cooler base is copper and you're comfortable with it, switch your paste to CLU or CLP..preferably CLU.... that should give you a nice temp drop! Dang those temps are high!!! I'm hoping my nt06-pro can handle the 6700k but I'm also planning on deliding mine and using CLU...

i dont believe i will do that

a lot of work and voiding the warranty

i will stick with commercial cooler but cant find i fit one yet

need some help from people how have both i7 6700k and ML08 case
post #6310 of 7142
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

If you're familiar with lapping a cooler surface I'd go ahead and do that with 1200 then 2000gritt sandpaper on a glass surface, then you rule out an uneven surface... 2nd if the cooler base is copper and you're comfortable with it, switch your paste to CLU or CLP..preferably CLU.... that should give you a nice temp drop! Dang those temps are high!!! I'm hoping my nt06-pro can handle the 6700k but I'm also planning on deliding mine and using CLU...

i dont believe i will do that

a lot of work and voiding the warranty

i will stick with commercial cooler but cant find i fit one yet

need some help from people how have both i7 6700k and ML08 case


Lapping the cooler won't void the warranty of the cooler. Lapping the CPU does IIRC and so does deliding it...but people have seen a 20C drop in temps from deliding...so yea... pick your poison...cheers.gif
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