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Has anyone put in DIY dust filters for the top and bottom of these cases yet? Can I get some pictures of how you did it and some temperature benchmarks from before and after?
post #4632 of 7141
Ive wondered that myself. Soiidus had one with great temps before i did but mine were horrible. What brand did vaio use? And to be fair mine is in a cubbyhole in a ht/avr rack as well. But i dont believe that should have made much difference.
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Has anyone put in DIY dust filters for the top and bottom of these cases yet? Can I get some pictures of how you did it and some temperature benchmarks from before and after?

Please don't put filters on those vents. those are strictly for exhaust because the side vents are intake for the components. If you put your hand over those vents you will feel hot air coming out of them, especially if your machine is running full speed.
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Ive wondered that myself. Soiidus had one with great temps before i did but mine were horrible. What brand did vaio use? And to be fair mine is in a cubbyhole in a ht/avr rack as well. But i dont believe that should have made much difference.

Oh, ick. That would just keep all your hot air in one spot. It wouldn't have much of a place to go so your case will be sucking in the hot exhaust air from outside the case. My case is out in the open so there is always a gentle breeze of fresh air moving thru the room and past it. If your case was on a desk or on the flow in the open instead of a cabinet, that would work wonders for your setup.

Okay, I'm ordering that gpu then!
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post #4635 of 7141
I wont deny that it would be a difference but that hole was big enough for my corsair air 540. I also made wire racks to try to keep it as ventilated as possible. But that is true about the 970 making less heat, hell give it a shot.
post #4636 of 7141
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Ive wondered that myself. Soiidus had one with great temps before i did but mine were horrible. What brand did vaio use? And to be fair mine is in a cubbyhole in a ht/avr rack as well. But i dont believe that should have made much difference.

I use EVGA wink.gif
post #4637 of 7141
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I use EVGA wink.gif

Also you are using rvz01 not the rvz02 correct? That makes a big difference.
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Also you are using rvz01 not the rvz02 correct? That makes a big difference.

How big?
Like 10 - 15 degrees under load on the GPU?
post #4639 of 7141
Using EVGA GTX980 Ti SC+ like Vaio in a FTZ01 and temps are always around 70°C while playing GTA V. 75°C max.

GPU's fans are set to "quiet" in Precision X and are inaudible under load.
GPU case fans (Scythe Slip Stream) are set at 65%/850RPM and CPU case fan (Cryorig XF140) is set to 30%/850RPM. They are audible but fairly quiet. A lot quieter than my PS4 under load.

CPU is a Skylake 6600K. Right now it is OCed at 4,00 Ghz. Max temps on one core was 62°C last i've run Prime95 for 30 minutes. In game it is around 50°. Might OC a bit more as I have room for it.
Edited by SHwoKing - 10/29/15 at 11:50am
post #4640 of 7141
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Also you are using rvz01 not the rvz02 correct? That makes a big difference.

Yes i have the rvz01. biggrin.gif
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