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Ok, I'm liking this much better. A combination of stabilizing the CPU a little more thereby lowering the temps a bit and fine tuning the 560 Ti (Still waiting on second card). Raised the scores for both and the temps are much better. I love this case!!! Nice and cool.

CPU is now over 73,000 and the GPU is almost to 20,000 with average framerates almost to 60 fps on a single card and CPU temp peaked at 55C. (All on air LOL)

What was the 560Ti temp during that benchmark? You're running 2600K at 5.2ghz and the max temp is about 55C inside the Phantom case? That's really good. Mine is running at 4.5ghz inside my old Cooler master Cosmos S (alluminum) and during Prime95 it got up to 75C.
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post #3332 of 15187
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Still can't find the guys who did it, remember seeing it the week i brought mine last year as soon as they came out.
says here
http://www.nzxt.com/new/news_detail.php?id=225
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post #3333 of 15187
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Originally Posted by Roweyi7 View Post
Still can't find the guys who did it, remember seeing it the week i brought mine last year as soon as they came out.

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Yeah, I've seen that chrome panels mod but that's nothing like what I was describing. I said I was thinking about carbon fibering the plastic front and top panels not the mesh parts.

and that mod looks pretty ugly tbh lol
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where could we find such mods to buy if at all? i dont have such creativity
   
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post #3335 of 15187
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What was the 560Ti temp during that benchmark? You're running 2600K at 5.2ghz and the max temp is about 55C inside the Phantom case? That's really good. Mine is running at 4.5ghz inside my old Cooler master Cosmos S (alluminum) and during Prime95 it got up to 75C.
It's set at 5.0GHz right now. Got it up to 5.2GHz but the difference in heat is huge between 5.0 and 5.2. Changing from 1.5v for the 5.0 to 1.55v for 5.2 caused the heat to jump up 11C. Not sure why so much still trying to look into it. This chip actually likes 5.0 because the temps were higher at 4.9 with 1.475v.

The temps on the 560 Ti were in the mid to high 50s but I haven't done any OCing on it. It is the Maximum Graphics Edition so it was delivered pretty much as high as it's going to go. Once the second card gets here I'll play with them to see if I can squeeze out a little more. I'll see if I get a chance to test tonight with and without the side fan running to see what the differences are and let you know how much it helps.
    
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Now that I've seen what this can do on air, I'm curious what it can do water-cooled. I don't want to spend too much more money (already into this for about $4000). I was looking into the XSPC RASA 750 RS120/240/and 360. I chose this one because of price, ease of ordering and ease of installation. I know there are better but the 240 can be bought for less than $150 after you add fluid and additives.

With the 120, I think I can keep the two exhaust fans in top to help with keeping the GPUs and HDDs cool. Maybe not much extra CPU cooling though.

With the 240, I'm pretty sure I can keep the CPU cooler at higher clocks but lose the 2 top exhausts and may make the MB, GPUs and HDDs hotter.

With the 360 I'm not even sure it will fit inside and I really don't want to mount it outside even though it comes with external mounting hardware.

Any thoughts on these?
    
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Now that I've seen what this can do on air, I'm curious what it can do water-cooled. I don't want to spend too much more money (already into this for about $4000). I was looking into the XSPC RASA 750 RS120/240/and 360. I chose this one because of price, ease of ordering and ease of installation. I know there are better but the 240 can be bought for less than $150 after you add fluid and additives.

With the 120, I think I can keep the two exhaust fans in top to help with keeping the GPUs and HDDs cool. Maybe not much extra CPU cooling though.

With the 240, I'm pretty sure I can keep the CPU cooler at higher clocks but lose the 2 top exhausts and may make the MB, GPUs and HDDs hotter.

With the 360 I'm not even sure it will fit inside and I really don't want to mount it outside even though it comes with external mounting hardware.

Any thoughts on these?
240 rad can fit in 2 places... the 360 rad will require some modding to make it fit. I have my 240 rad up top... check my album out to see it. or this link...http://s107.photobucket.com/albums/m...Lx/comp%20pix/
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240 rad can fit in 2 places... the 360 rad will require some modding to make it fit. I have my 240 rad up top... check my album out to see it. or this link...http://s107.photobucket.com/albums/m...Lx/comp%20pix/
Thank you, that's exactly what I needed to know. Very nice build you have and like the temps in your bio. It may be after I redeploy just so I don't have to drain it for shipment and have to worry about loose fittings when I get back, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to get the 240 later. Thanks again...Rep+
    
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240 rad can fit in 2 places... the 360 rad will require some modding to make it fit. I have my 240 rad up top... check my album out to see it. or this link...http://s107.photobucket.com/albums/m...Lx/comp%20pix/
360 fits just fine in the top of the case, just have to drill two extra holes to help hold up the rad in the front of the case.
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Thank you, that's exactly what I needed to know. Very nice build you have and like the temps in your bio. It may be after I redeploy just so I don't have to drain it for shipment and have to worry about loose fittings when I get back, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to get the 240 later. Thanks again...Rep+

I would wait until your back also will prevent unseen problems.... btw when do you get back?
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