Mini ITX Desktop
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
- Mini DTX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
330 mm / 12.992"
External 5.25" Slim Slot Load Bays
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 28 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build My first of Many "RVZ01"
The best looking case to replace my gaming consoles!
- 17 points
- 56 months ago
from completed build Darth Raven (EP 2015)
If you know what your getting into with this board then I absolutely recommend this ITX case. My only grips are: I wish is came with slightly better case fans (but they'll do); The instructions are horrible, it has 1 sentence for every part of the case & I can't tell what each screw is based off of the instructions (so previous experience required); Must figure out the PSU bracket trick. Despite these grips i'm still very happy with my choice and if you want a Xbox One sized computer this is your man.
- 17 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build The Mini Blue
I love it! looks good , feels nice.
Very frustrating to build in!
Buy Better PSU cables and you will definitely find it easier. Friend with small hands. Take your time to think about where cables will need to go. magnetic screwdriver and tweezers help.
I had read on other reviews it didn't come with a manual however it does and it was sufficient.
- 14 points
- 52 months ago
from completed build Mobile PC Mark 1
Pros: Very small formfactor, great aesthetics, intelligent design. Unique power supply setup, allowing for a 3.5in HDD to be mounted. Interesting mounting method for the graphics card, mounting it with a 90 degree angle brace, which also acts as a mount for two 2.5in drives.
Neutral: Includes three magnetic dust filters, and every screw in the universe.
Cons: LITERALLY ZERO labels in manual or on the bag that every screw comes in. Literally every screw is mixed together, and not even the manual labels what type need to go where. Painful to work in, especially around the HDD/PSU bracket's left side, where the cables for the front panel connectors interfere with screw holes. VERY little space for error with cable management, very difficult to keep cables out of fans as well. Case gets -HOT- with the default fan setup. Recommend the GPU fan to be left as is, and the CPU area fan to be reversed to pull air out of the case. Case comes without any exhaust fans whatsoever. Manual is very barebones, leaving me with plenty of questions. YOUR FINGERS WILL BE SORE AFTER BUILDING IN THIS, WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES SINCE IT HAS PLENTY OF SHARP CORNERS THAT YOU WILL CUT YOURSELF ON, EVEN IF YOU'RE CAREFUL.
- 14 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Razer: Silverstone Raven RVZ01 Custom Build
Size is decent and small. But something very difficult to build on it. But, it have nice air flow for what I used for.
- 12 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Raven To Go Build
At first I wasnt really happy with the space I had in it, I was too excited to build my own PC and rushed it a little. About a month later I decided rebuilding it completely and starting off of the hardest part which is PSU and HDD part. You really have to start from here just because if you dont, later on it is really hard to get to those screws if mobo is already installed. When you start off of PSU you hide front panel cables behind it starting to work with your cable management already. Then I actually took out the little metal part in front of PSU just for more room for cable management and it actally worked really well! After rebuilding in this case and working on my cable management, CPU idle temp went dont about 6-7°C! Now it stands at 20°C chillin :)
- 8 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build Raven Portable
I originally went with the RVZ02, but ended up returning it. I just didn't like the angular design. I like this one a lot better. I was surprised that I've been able to cram as much stuff in it as I have!
- 8 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Portable Gaming RVZ01
A bit difficult to get the motherboard in with the PSU in, and all around a bit tricky to do cable management, but that should be expected in a small case. It's compact, has decent airflow options with magnetic dust filters and I couldn't be happier with the final product. I'm not a big fan of RGB and I wanted something subtle, so lack of windows was preferred for this build.
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