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Which cart did u get? I got the Msi gaming X and put it in my other pc cos it looks a bit too big for my rvz02
I got the gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1080. I've got a couple pictures of it installed in my build log.
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Wondering if the MSI RX480 Gaming X would fit into an RVZ01 / FTZ01 ? The cards dimensions are 276 x 140 x 42mm.

Since the graphics card holder of the RVZ01/FTZ01 only holds cards up to 330mm x 131.6mm x 38mm I would not be able to use it. Would this card fit into the case without the holder? And are there any disadvantages by not using the holder?

I would not recommend installing a GPU with a card height greater than 4.5 inches (~115 mm). Personal experience with the RVZ01 has shown me the issue is the position of the internal plug. I recently purchased an XFX RX 480 with a reported board height of 4.88" which will not fit, and i see the MSI has a board height of 5.51". The card I have installed now has a card height of 4.38" and fits just fine.
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Build progress got my ram, installed Windows.


Not sure if I wanna redo the cables with new color and add decals later

No gpu as of now but I can always swap the Msi 1080 from my atx case
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This has probably been asked already... RVZ01 case


Is it possible to install both the gigabyte ITX card GTX 1070 (170mm long) and the corsair H55 in the GPU compartment? I know the other option is installing the H55 over the motherboard but I would prefer not to.

thanks!
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Hi!

I'm very new to the Raven club (just got my Raven RVZ02B-W in the mail last Friday, woot woot!). The only two components that I need are GPU and CPU. The parts I currently have are:

Cosair SF600 PSU
GIGABYTE GA-Z170N Gaming 5 Mobo
Kingston HyperX Fury 1x8 GB (to expand later)
Noctua NH-L9i cooler
Raven RVZ02B-W.... Said that already XD

I plan to buy
Intel Core i5 6600K
MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X

Finally, my issue!
What I want to know is this (and I know from earlier posts it isn't recommended) I reeeaaallly like the Gaming X model of the 1080, and I've searched it up before but could find no definite answer. My question is, with its height and width, CAN it fit? If so, what do I need to do to get it to fit?
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What I want to know is this (and I know from earlier posts it isn't recommended) I reeeaaallly like the Gaming X model of the 1080, and I've searched it up before but could find no definite answer. My question is, with its height and width, CAN it fit? If so, what do I need to do to get it to fit?
Well... page 18 of the manual does say up to 6.15" without the GPU bracket, but you do have to take into consideration the PCIe power cable. Your preferred card, which apparently is about 5.51 tall", will fit with about an inch to spare, but you'll have to make sure you have the 6+8 pin connectors bent/folded over as much as you are comfortable with, as the connector itself will probably take the majority of that spare inch.

I personally have the Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1080 which has reference card like dimensions and I like it very much.

Congrats and welcome to the club. smile.gif
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I got the gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1080. I've got a couple pictures of it installed in my build log.

How are your Temperatures with that card? Did you have to modify the case coolers ?
I am considering the 1070 G1 but not sure if a FE card would work better in the FTZ01...
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How are your Temperatures with that card? Did you have to modify the case coolers ?
I am considering the 1070 G1 but not sure if a FE card would work better in the FTZ01...
My house is not the coolest, but I idle at 38-40C, and under load (for me that is dual monitor with gaming full screen on one screen) I don't seem to get above 80C. This is much better than my old GTX 570 which was 10C hotter in both idle and under load (with only one screen; two screens got even more toasty). I do have the 80mm fan mod with my ML08 which I'm sure helps.

I can't say for certain how an FE card would work in the FTZ01, but in general the consensus is that open blower coolers seem to do better in this cases (and in general).
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My house is not the coolest, but I idle at 38-40C, and under load (for me that is dual monitor with gaming full screen on one screen) I don't seem to get above 80C. This is much better than my old GTX 570 which was 10C hotter in both idle and under load (with only one screen; two screens got even more toasty). I do have the 80mm fan mod with my ML08 which I'm sure helps.

I can't say for certain how an FE card would work in the FTZ01, but in general the consensus is that open blower coolers seem to do better in this cases (and in general).

Ok Thank you. I think I just might get an Evga GTX 1060 SC instead of an 1070 FE or RX480. The Evga is small and has a top blower cooler. According to Reviews the card runs silent and cool. Seems to be the perfect card for this case, as long one can live with just the power of an 1060.
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Originally Posted by madboyv1 View Post

Well... page 18 of the manual does say up to 6.15" without the GPU bracket, but you do have to take into consideration the PCIe power cable. Your preferred card, which apparently is about 5.51 tall", will fit with about an inch to spare, but you'll have to make sure you have the 6+8 pin connectors bent/folded over as much as you are comfortable with, as the connector itself will probably take the majority of that spare inch.

I personally have the Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1080 which has reference card like dimensions and I like it very much.

Congrats and welcome to the club. smile.gif

Thanks for your reply! Yeah, I seem rather stubborn for getting MSI's GX 1080 in my case, but I really love the design and have read how cool the temperatures are and how easy and stable overclocking is for it (I plan to overclock in the future before getting an upgrade to my card). And in case I decide to update my case and Silverstone or another SFF case is made later on, I could still have that awesome card. Plus it's beautiful biggrin.gif

Anyway, thanks again for the answer, I'll try to find quality flat cables to contour around the card, if my already flat looking Cosair pin connectors don't work. I'll probably come back to let you guys know my temps with the card and/or if I run into any issues.

By the way, I tried to test my system by hooking up my motherboard and HDD to the power supply, but nothing happened. Is it normal?
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