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Look great ! I can't wait to see your final build and performance smile.gif Are you planning to run 3 rads for GPU ?

Just the 2 rads at the bottom. The rads at the top and front are for the monoblock.

Thanks for checking it out

My build log is currently being updated as we speak, buy here is the link:
The Elite Build
post #72 of 89
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Everything looks great... but I can't imagine that stacked slim rad providing any thermal advantage. I'd have to assume the added surface area would be offset by the higher air higher resistance imposed on the rad below.

It may be worth testing with and without. My money is on it actually having a negative impact.

It won't be too much of an impact, but it will chip a little heat off before it goes into the thicker rad.
post #73 of 89
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Hey guys. GGF Event did a review of the case. I dont take too much stock in these review because im pretty sure they get the cases for free from the manu. But it gives you a good idea of what the case can do.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rlm394iC7Oo
    
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I've been looking for more then a week for the black version of this case. The Phanteks store, Newegg, and Amazon all have the grey version in stock but not in black. I sent an e-mail to Phanteks inquiring about it but I haven't got a response. Does anyone know where in the US I can actually find it?
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I've been looking for more then a week for the black version of this case. The Phanteks store, Newegg, and Amazon all have the grey version in stock but not in black. I sent an e-mail to Phanteks inquiring about it but I haven't got a response. Does anyone know where in the US I can actually find it?

Phanteks USA store says in stock now. You will need to call and see if they will give you the free shipping. I tried to use the free shipping promo code and it was all used up it said. Sent an email and they said to call, its worth a shot to save 50-80 buck.

Phanteks USA Enthoo Elite Black
post #76 of 89
When the page opens it says that's in stock for a few seconds before reverting to out of stock. I think there's something wrong with the site. I've checked with different browsers with the same result.
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It won't be too much of an impact, but it will chip a little heat off before it goes into the thicker rad.

Stacked rads have been tested pretty extensively. They perform worse than single radiator setups. You're dumping the heat from the first rad directly onto the 2nd and adding restriction to the loop, negating any benefits from the increased rad space.
https://martinsliquidlab.wordpress.com/2012/06/08/hesmelaughs-radiator-sandwich-testing/comment-page-1/
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post #78 of 89
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Stacked rads have been tested pretty extensively. They perform worse than single radiator setups. You're dumping the heat from the first rad directly onto the 2nd and adding restriction to the loop, negating any benefits from the increased rad space.
https://martinsliquidlab.wordpress.com/2012/06/08/hesmelaughs-radiator-sandwich-testing/comment-page-1/

I've seen that graph and it is almost ten years old. The technology of most radiators have changed over the years and I am sure the results will be different this time around. Also, he was using magicool rads, they are not the best performing rads during that time. I am using the nemesis series rads at the bottom that are rated to perform well at low rpms, well the GTS and GTX models.
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I've seen that graph and it is almost ten years old. The technology of most radiators have changed over the years and I am sure the results will be different this time around. Also, he was using magicool rads, they are not the best performing rads during that time. I am using the nemesis series rads at the bottom that are rated to perform well at low rpms, well the GTS and GTX models.

I hope so too, I am waiting for you to finish your build to see the performance before i pull the plug to buy that case =). My target for gpu loop is to get my 2x 1080 ti max OC under 40C load.
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At the moment I am still running 2 x 980Ti, both of them now run at 50C max @ 800 rpm with 2 480 rads.
I am not sure why but my water delta is still gets very high on load. Maybe it's a flow issue.
Case being so heavy it's quiet hard to bleed the air out of the loop.
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