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post #3541 of 5259
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Originally Posted by Mads1 View Post

Best to think things over and see whats best for your setup, but the L1.0 is a big case and deserves to be filled up, you can def get a nice system in there to the temps and ambient level you want. thumb.gif

Agreed if I was going atx. I would try and see if I could get a custom L1.0 with a reverse motherboard tray like the R1.0 has probably would lose small bit of rad space but would look nice.

Can't wait for my R1.0 720 Total Rad space is nothing to sneeze at either. Parvum don't certainly consider proper rad space.

Does make me laugh when in win say they have excellent rad space and you can fit just one 360MM rad in a atx case. Sorry but not sure how that is excellent when a little air 540 has 480 total.
post #3542 of 5259
Take a look inside Parvum Systems. @ 2.44

Edited by Mads1 - 7/20/16 at 1:32pm
post #3543 of 5259
Thanks for uploading these. thumb.gif
post #3544 of 5259
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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Thanks for uploading these. thumb.gif

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post #3545 of 5259
Hi Guy's

Just wanted to pop in to get some advice as I'm really struggling here.

I have a Parvum s2.0 with a custom front (has only one 120mm) slot instead of two. The issue I am having is trying to keep my Asus 980 Ti cool while gaming, even at 100% fan spin on my GPU its sitting at 86 degrees and putting GPU fans to 100% is not a nice experience as its crazy loud.

Is there an easy way to cool my GPU down without water cooling as I am fairly new to PC building and I'm not sure I'm read for the work needed yet.


Here is a link to my CAM tuner: http://imgur.com/a/ukp18

Regards,
Skillfulmmd
post #3546 of 5259
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Originally Posted by Skillfulmmd View Post

Hi Guy's

Just wanted to pop in to get some advice as I'm really struggling here.

I have a Parvum s2.0 with a custom front (has only one 120mm) slot instead of two. The issue I am having is trying to keep my Asus 980 Ti cool while gaming, even at 100% fan spin on my GPU its sitting at 86 degrees and putting GPU fans to 100% is not a nice experience as its crazy loud.

Is there an easy way to cool my GPU down without water cooling as I am fairly new to PC building and I'm not sure I'm read for the work needed yet.


Here is a link to my CAM tuner: http://imgur.com/a/ukp18

Regards,
Skillfulmmd

If your running a custom pcb gpu then that heat will be in the case, most go for ref coolers as so will throw most of the heat out the back, the only way to get this down is buy a hybrid cooler on go full watercool, or get some new front panels to fit 2 x 120mm which will help abit but not as good as others i suggested.
post #3547 of 5259
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Originally Posted by Skillfulmmd View Post

Hi Guy's

Just wanted to pop in to get some advice as I'm really struggling here.

I have a Parvum s2.0 with a custom front (has only one 120mm) slot instead of two. The issue I am having is trying to keep my Asus 980 Ti cool while gaming, even at 100% fan spin on my GPU its sitting at 86 degrees and putting GPU fans to 100% is not a nice experience as its crazy loud.

Is there an easy way to cool my GPU down without water cooling as I am fairly new to PC building and I'm not sure I'm read for the work needed yet.


Here is a link to my CAM tuner: http://imgur.com/a/ukp18

Regards,
Skillfulmmd

Not much information to go on a picture of inside the case would help thumb.gif
post #3548 of 5259
Sorry I forgot to send these over too.

http://imgur.com/a/RIX2C

They aren't the best pictures but in the middle of moving at the moment so can't really get to the case.

If you need any more information please let me know!
post #3549 of 5259
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Originally Posted by Skillfulmmd View Post

Sorry I forgot to send these over too.

http://imgur.com/a/RIX2C

They aren't the best pictures but in the middle of moving at the moment so can't really get to the case.

If you need any more information please let me know!

Get some 80mm fans at the back that will help, and id of prob gone for a 240mm AIO.
post #3550 of 5259
Get a vented base panel and as Mads1 said put to 80mm fans on the back.
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