Originally Posted by tokomi
Now i start to understand what you mean.Isn't a better way to improved? Here is my photos attached.
Partly the reason why i look into coolermaster latest model cosmos ii.Because it can be install additional 6 fans on the case.2 fans on the side panel,1 fan on the hdd and 3 fans on the top bay.Which is like kinda balance to me.
ahh i see your primary problem
you are using directCU2 coolers on your GPU. generally speaking, the asus directCU2 is one of the best if not the best aftermarket coolers. UNFORTUNATELY, this is not true for FT02.
FT02 works best when you have GPU cooler with fin's that are perpendicular to the AP181 fans. the directCU2 cooling fins are parallel to the AP181's. what makes the problem worse is the directCU2 heatpipes are vertical which means the cooling liquid inside all drain to the bottom of the pipe and makes the fundamental physics of heat heatpipe cooling useless.
taken into consideration of the GPU you are using, you'll be better off with a more conventional case where the gpu sits flat rather then vertical like the FT02... it's a matter of buying the wrong GPU for the FT02. they are simply not compatible
neither component is at fault, both are top of the line in performance, they just don't work well together
if you had gone with a MSI twin frozer or HIS iceQ or sapphire X2 type card, then it'll work perfectly. but, directCU/accelero xtreme plus ii type cooler simply doesn't work in the FT02/RV02/FT03/RV03/TJ11 or any "stack cooling effect" type cases