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Originally Posted by madboyv1 View Post

with the standard profile heat spreaders you should not actually have to remove them, let alone bend them. It's pretty tight with my Scythe Big Shuriken 2, but everything fits without any arguments or cursing.

how is yours Big Shuriken 2 perform and the temps? i am planning to get one for my i7 6700k after wrongly put Noctua NH-L9I which cant cool the cpu properly
post #6322 of 7068
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Originally Posted by puriya View Post

Does this also apply on the ML08-B model? I do not know if I should go for a 1060 with a blowerstyle or open cooler solution. I have an MSI afterburner 760 dual fanned open GPU in it currently and it runs throttling hot.

Thanks.
The RVZ02 and ML08 both have venting/window panels in the same location, so yes. Incidentally in my build thread has a link to the ML08's manual and page reference where it has the same recommendation. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by oldnick101 View Post

how is yours Big Shuriken 2 perform and the temps? i am planning to get one for my i7 6700k after wrongly put Noctua NH-L9I which cant cool the cpu properly
Honestly, I'm still on the fence with my experience with the Big Shuriken 2. On one hand it still gets pretty toasty at load in my build at stock (I intend to try undervolting in the future to help a little bit), getting easily into the 80s or low 90s (ambient is a bit higher than usual due to the weather), but when I get off of the load, it quite quickly drops back down to >10c above idle, and then slowly drops to idle from there. My fan settings may have something to do with that as well.

My Arctic Silver 5 is well into a decade old so I'm not sure if that is having an affect, plus I think I may have short the paste a little as well during initial installation. I've got some Kryonaut on the way which I'll apply when I'm installing my GTX 1080.
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Inspired by @DrAwesome95 , but lacking access to any sort of laser cutting at a price that made sense, I had a fan panel 3D printed to go on top of my RVZ02. I added 3 slim 80mm fans from Coolermaster, 3 wire fan grills (because they make the least noise), a Zalman Fanmate2 rheostat to keep the fan speed and noise down, and I run the fan setup off of the fan header located on my Asus Strix 1070 so that they only spin when the GPU is over 60 degrees.

The results are a triumph. Before the mod, the GPU would hit 80 degrees and throttle after 3 minutes of Unengine Valley. Now I have it overclocked and volted, and it never goes over 72, and it's still barely audible.

The only issue I had was that the 3D printer had a length limit of 316mm, so the panel couldn't reach the front screw holes.


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Originally Posted by lesue View Post

Inspired by @DrAwesome95 , but lacking access to any sort of laser cutting at a price that made sense, I had a fan panel 3D printed to go on top of my RVZ02. I added 3 slim 80mm fans from Coolermaster, 3 wire fan grills (because they make the least noise), a Zalman Fanmate2 rheostat to keep the fan speed and noise down, and I run the fan setup off of the fan header located on my Asus Strix 1070 so that they only spin when the GPU is over 60 degrees.

The results are a triumph. Before the mod, the GPU would hit 80 degrees and throttle after 3 minutes of Unengine Valley. Now I have it overclocked and volted, and it never goes over 72, and it's still barely audible.

The only issue I had was that the 3D printer had a length limit of 316mm, so the panel couldn't reach the front screw holes.

http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2852130/width/500/height/1000
http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2852131/width/500/height/1000
Very creative way to go about doing it, too bad about the 3D printer length limit though ha ha.
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Hello everyone,

I wondered has anyone successfully used 'off the shelf All-In-One liquid cpu cooling' in a RVZ01, I am using a ASROCK X99E-ITX/ac as my motherboard, which also limits my options due to its 2011-3 ILM heatsink.

I have purchased a CM Seidon 120 v2, but the pipes look to crushed...

All comments / suggestion appreciated

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Originally Posted by THX Jedi View Post

Hello everyone,

I wondered has anyone successfully used 'off the shelf All-In-One liquid cpu cooling' in a RVZ01, I am using a ASROCK X99E-ITX/ac as my motherboard, which also limits my options due to its 2011-3 ILM heatsink.

I have purchased a CM Seidon 120 v2, but the pipes look to crushed...

All comments / suggestion appreciated


Can't you just rotate the rad? It should fit if you turn it 90 degrees or heck 180 twisted the other way... This is my biggest concern with an aio cooler right now for my rig. The gpu has way more possibilities at this point over the cpu being water-cooled. At least IMHO and from what I've seen its a bit easier if you have a short gpu for it.
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Hey If any one is interested. I am selling the following items...

1 RVZ-02 Black-$56.99
2. AS ROCK Z170 mini Itx $160.00
3.SilverStone Technology 600W SFX Form Factor 80 PLUS GOLD Full Modular Power Supply with +12V single rail- $100

All the together for the low price of $318.97. Everything is brand new and has never been used. The MOBO has a year protection on it from Newegg. I actually got all these parts Early this year. Someone gifted me two GTX 1080 so I think I am going to go with a Atx build for time being.

If anyone is interested please feel freee to message me. Or if you know any outlets where I can unload this quick that would be super. Just trying get new parts. Also.

I have a build that I am considering for my GTX 1070. does anyone know how the temperatures hold in the RVZ-02?
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I don't suppose there's any way to internally CPU & GPU water cool a RVZ02B? At least without sorcery.
post #6329 of 7068
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Originally Posted by mprime View Post

If anyone is interested please feel freee to message me. Or if you know any outlets where I can unload this quick that would be super. Just trying get new parts. Also

Man, I just bought a new RVZ02B otherwise I'd consider it. Try reddit.com/r/hardwareswap for easy sales.
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Originally Posted by mprime View Post

I have a build that I am considering for my GTX 1070. does anyone know how the temperatures hold in the RVZ-02?

I just completed a build with a RVZ02B (isn't this the case you're selling?) and ASUS STRIX OC GTX 1070.

At stock during load it can reach up to 75c @ 60% fan profile. Any higher fan and it's too loud for my liking, since I'm going for a quiet build. I'm not going to OC it because it'll run too hot and throttle. I originally bought a EVGA GTX 1070 ACX 3.0, that I would have preferred since its fan noise was quieter, but it had really bad coil whine.
post #6330 of 7068
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Originally Posted by velocd View Post

Man, I just bought a new RVZ02B otherwise I'd consider it. Try reddit.com/r/hardwareswap for easy sales.
I just completed a build with a RVZ02B (isn't this the case you're selling?) and ASUS STRIX OC GTX 1070.

At stock during load it can reach up to 75c @ 60% fan profile. Any higher fan and it's too loud for my liking, since I'm going for a quiet build. I'm not going to OC it because it'll run too hot and throttle. I originally bought a EVGA GTX 1070 ACX 3.0, that I would have preferred since its fan noise was quieter, but it had really bad coil whine.


No worries I appreciate the link. Also I have another RVZ02 That I am thinking about swapping case or getting an RVZ01. I know it's a separate compartment for both the CPU and GPU areas But the small spaces still somewhat concern me. Currently right now I've Corsair 250D with a water cooler. And the GTX 1070. Believe it or no the only game I have that has made the GPU jump above 70 C is freaking abzu lol.

I'm debate what to new. I got 2 rigs the parts that I am selling are to justify the parts I just bought for this ATX build. If I can't off load them I may have to wait and just give them or sell them to a buddy of mine. or I guess I'll have 3-4 rigs in the house for the time being.
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