Monday, December 9th 2013

SilverStone Raven RVZ01 Pictured Some More

Ahead of its launch, SilverStone posted pictures of the new Raven RVZ01 mini-ITX gaming case. Built in the flat-bed design, the RVZ01 makes use of PCIe risers to orient the graphics card along the plane of its base. There's enough room for a sub-15 cm dual-slot graphics card, such as ASUS GTX 760 DirectCU Mini or the MSI GTX 760 Gaming-ITX it inspired; a standard ATX power supply; a slot-in slimline optical drive; and a number of 2.5/3.5-inch drives. SilverStone didn't reveal availability information, but we're still hopeful of a 2013 launch.
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7 Comments on SilverStone Raven RVZ01 Pictured Some More

#1
Debat0r
This kinda stuff is exactly my kind of fetish, probably gonna be the house for my build :)
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#2
Sihastru
There's enough room for a sub-15 cm dual-slot graphics card, such as ASUS GTX 760 DirectCU Mini or the MSI GTX 760 Gaming-ITX it inspired; a standard ATX power supply;[...]
There is enough room for a 780Ti or a Titan. There's nothing under the slot loading ODD to obstruct longer graphics cards. And the wall behind the video card is perforated, there might be room for one or two fans (probably slim ones). Also it uses a SFX power supply, not an ATX. The ST45SF-G is pictured.
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#3
rpsgc
Sihastru said:
Also it uses a SFX power supply, not an ATX. The ST45SF-G is pictured.
Just because the pictures show a SFX power supply doesn't mean it doesn't support ATX.
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#4
EpicShweetness
rpsgc said:
Just because the pictures show a SFX power supply doesn't mean it doesn't support ATX.
I'm pretty sure it can't bro their is like no room between the Power Supply and the Mobo. ATX would be wider (and taller, maybe longer) so you would need a bigger case or some modding.

Debat0r said:
This kinda stuff is exactly my kind of fetish, probably gonna be the house for my build :)
Precisely, This is the sort of case I want to downsize to. Their is hardly ANY wasted space!
I'm just curious on the CPU cooling, any way I can stuff a AIO unit in this?
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#5
lZKoce
EpicShweetness said:
I'm pretty sure it can't bro their is like no room between the Power Supply and the Mobo. ATX would be wider (and taller, maybe longer) so you would need a bigger case or some modding.



Precisely, This is the sort of case I want to downsize to. Their is hardly ANY wasted space!
I'm just curious on the CPU cooling, any way I can stuff a AIO unit in this?
May be you could, if its something like Falcon Northwest Tiki: http://www.digitaltrends.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/falcon-northwest-tiki-review-computer-inside-components.jpg

They run the hoses around the unit and used a slim 120mm x 12mm Scythe fan and it fit. So it might just be :)
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#6
dom99
This is so frustrating, been waiting for this case to come on the market since June, what is taking so long!

Does anyone know if using a PCI riser restricts the bandwidth at all?
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#7
Andymaxwell
dom99 said:
This is so frustrating, been waiting for this case to come on the market since June, what is taking so long!

Does anyone know if using a PCI riser restricts the bandwidth at all?
Well here's the news we've been waiting for......

This is a reply to my email to Silverstone on the 29th December.
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Hi Andy,

We look forward to receive the goods in Europe end of Feb. 2014.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best Regards

Dana Linde
SilverStone Technology GmbH
Brandstücken 43
22549 Hamburg
Germany
E-Mail: dl@silverstonetek.de
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WOOOOHOO!
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