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post #1471 of 1578
Couple of pics:





Very nice case to work in, I'm a little annoyed with the messy wiring behind the end of the GFX card, but not sure what the solution to that is! The rest of the case's cable management is sweet... smile.gif
post #1472 of 1578
^I went down and under the mobo on whatever I could there. overall looks nice.
post #1473 of 1578
Thanks, the problem is that in order to be able to take the side fans off you need quite a bit of cable! I might have another look at it, but it is purely cosmetic so it can wait!
post #1474 of 1578
Anyone know if a Strix 980 TI would fit in there?

The Strix is a bit wider than the normal TI, here are the specs for the Strix:

12 " x 6 " x 1.57 " Inch
30.5 x 15.22 x3.98 Centimeter
post #1475 of 1578
Hello, how are you?
I'd like to know how is this case in regard to GPU temps with non reference cards.
Namely a 980 G1 by gigabyte.
Does the case cool the GPU nicely?
I ask because it has a non conventional air flow design with no front intakes, just a top one.
Also, does a noctua u14s fit the case? Is it a good cooler for the sg10?

Thanks.
Cheers!
post #1476 of 1578
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

Hello, how are you?
I'd like to know how is this case in regard to GPU temps with non reference cards.
Namely a 980 G1 by gigabyte.
Does the case cool the GPU nicely?
I ask because it has a non conventional air flow design with no front intakes, just a top one.
Also, does a noctua u14s fit the case? Is it a good cooler for the sg10?

Thanks.
Cheers!
You may have to do a little bit of a different fan configuration than normal with this case using non-reference cards.
I have an EVGA 980Ti ACX 2.0 card and the best config i've found is: top 180mm as intake, and the get two 92mm fans for the left side to act as exhaust to get the GPU's hot air out. Having them as Intakes makes the air circulate a lot inside that case.
     
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post #1477 of 1578
just moved my rig into this case and its not looking good temperature wise.

currently got two reference GTX 680s in SLI hitting the upper 80s and lower 90s when gaming and benchmarking.

on the side panel i've got three noctua fans (S12A and NF-A9) as intakes and the 80mm (NF-A8) on the other side as an exhaust (which I may change to intake since it doesnt even blow out any hot air it seems). the top 180 is an intake and the rear 120 is an exhaust attached to my H80 rad.

with all my fans on 100% or turned off im getting a 1-2 degrees temp difference on both GPUs mad.gif is there something i've missed, done wrong or should do?
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post #1478 of 1578
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Originally Posted by calvinbui View Post

just moved my rig into this case and its not looking good temperature wise.

currently got two reference GTX 680s in SLI hitting the upper 80s and lower 90s when gaming and benchmarking.

on the side panel i've got three noctua fans (S12A and NF-A9) as intakes and the 80mm (NF-A8) on the other side as an exhaust (which I may change to intake since it doesnt even blow out any hot air it seems). the top 180 is an intake and the rear 120 is an exhaust attached to my H80 rad.

with all my fans on 100% or turned off im getting a 1-2 degrees temp difference on both GPUs mad.gif is there something i've missed, done wrong or should do?

try reversing the top 180 fan so it exhausts

linustechtips did a video where he had to put a little piece of non conductive plastic between his gpus to try get the top one more breathing room

also you may need to increase the gpu fans fan speed as well. it is never going to be very quiet if you want temperatures manageable
Edited by shwarz - 10/8/15 at 4:26pm
post #1479 of 1578
Hi all. Am thinking of this case for my next rig, an i7k and a gtx 980ti reference design. Air cooled only. It's going to be a windows based steam machine, or at least that's the plan. What would be the best psu for this set up? Doesn't this case have issues with certain psu's not fitting properly so the side panels bulge out? Thanks
Edited by beaker920 - 10/30/15 at 7:44am
post #1480 of 1578
I don't believe the specs call for a 160mm (or was it 170mm - I can't remember but I'm sure its on their site/in this thread) not so much for the size of the PSU but the size of the PSU combined with the cabling as you just won't have as much room since it is mounted sideways up front. Follow the specs and mod where you can.

BTW - they have a 'natural bulge' (that's what she said!) on the right side panel to give a tiny bit more room. We're talking mm at best (hopefully that's not what she said!).
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