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post #941 of 970 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 07:09 AM
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^ Thanks, this is not a powerful rig but here are temperatures after a couple of tests (Valley, Superpositions and new Cinebench R20):

fan curves were set to silent mode during the tests.

I just saw your post, be aware of this 9900K, he is hot as hell.
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post #942 of 970 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 08:35 AM
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^ Thanks, this is not a powerful rig but here are temperatures after a couple of tests (Valley, Superpositions and new Cinebench R20):



fan curves were set to silent mode during the tests.



I just saw your post, be aware of this 9900K, he is hot as hell.
You temperatures are very fine. I know the i9 9900k is very hot. I have ordered a delidded CPU for this reason (some shops sell pre-delidded and binned chips) and I wish I can fit my old thermalright silver arrow, which was an high end air cooler some years ago (more or less on par with the Noctua NH-D14). I think that without trying I would never know.

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Oh, in that case, delided cpu probably shouldn't be a problem. Silver Arrow is a great cooler but I'm afraid it can't fit in Metis case. D14 is also huge but can fit.
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post #944 of 970 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 09:28 AM
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Oh, in that case, delided cpu probably shouldn't be a problem. Silver Arrow is a great cooler but I'm afraid it can't fit in Metis case. D14 is also huge but can fit.
The Silver Arrow is 7 mm wider and 3 mm taller than the D-14. Probably you are right but since I still have it home, i would try. I have also a spare thermalright venomous X but I don't know if it is enough to cool the i9 9900K.

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Maybe that Venomous X be fine with delided cpu. In any case, for 9900K I would choose some little bigger case with front intake fan/s instead of Metis or some different cpu with lower TDP for Metis.

This is my opinion and I hope you will have good temps.
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I don't know... maybe you are right and I should buy something a little bigger like the Styx, which is compact micro atx case that can fit the silver arrow for sure plus one fan at the bottom and two on the top.

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I don't want to change your decision, just saying. Metis is a very interesting case but I don't know is it best opinion for the high end builds. Metis with one front intake fan would be good

Micro atx case should be a better choice for you. Take a look at NZXT H400, this is also a great case.

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post #948 of 970 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 09:52 PM
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Are the thermals REALLY bad on this case? I'm planning on building two Metis builds and already bought the non-plus cases because I couldn't get the plus in Canada.



Going with i5-8400, probably a cooler like a D9L or smaller / equivalent just to allow more airflow room inside the case, RTX 2060


the other one will be i3-8100, same cooler, Zotac 1060 AMP!


LinusTechTips guy did a build with a non-plus Metis using an i7-4790K and 970 GPU and he said his thermals were good:
but everyone is saying my proposed rig will overheat and burn. I checked the TDP and if anything the 970 and 4790k are higher than what I'm proposing. Is it possibly that these giant coolers people use like D14's are actually starving airflow and making things hotter than they should be? Maybe it's the full size GPU's physically taking up more space than the 970 also stifling airflow?
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Is the white METIS End of Sales?

In Japan, all shops said "White is backordered".

How about in the other country?
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post #950 of 970 (permalink) Old 03-19-2019, 01:37 AM
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one more update, 1660Ti Gaming X arrived 3 days ago. in stress test never reach 60C. best for the bucks gpu IMO.
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