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post #21 of 1010 (permalink) Old 05-10-2016, 02:03 PM
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I don't think blower cards in general are worth it unless you're planning to put three of them in SLI, or strap an AC Extreme on them.
By upping the case fans' speeds and using a non-ref card you'd get cooler and quieter setup.

In most cases I certainly agree, I was just unsure with the W2, what with the x2 fans as intake at bottom and then the non-ref fans on the GPU blowing down in to that, aren't they fighting against each other with nowhere for the air to go (as exhaust fan is up top above the GPU, therefore not helping much in this regard), or is there the hope that the AIO fans up front (on intake) will help push any warm air out the PCI slots at the rear?

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In most cases I certainly agree, I was just unsure with the W2, what with the x2 fans as intake at bottom and then the non-ref fans on the GPU blowing down in to that, aren't they fighting against each other with nowhere for the air to go (as exhaust fan is up top above the GPU, therefore not helping much in this regard), or is there the hope that the AIO fans up front (on intake) will help push any warm air out the PCI slots at the rear?

You'll be fine. Bottom intakes feed some nice ambient temp air to the GPU and back exhaust gets rid of it. Those will be rather cool cards at 150 & 180W.


E: Just noticed that Jonsbo now have .eu site. Dis gon to be gud typer.gif

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Thanks, I was loathe to pay the sky high price for the FE editions of the new cards, nice though they are.

On a separate note, is the W2 coming soon with a tempered glass side panel as in the picture on the preceding page? Not listed on the EU site there, or anywhere else I can see?

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Just build a simple rig for my brother.

Here's a timelapse video if anyone interested: https://youtu.be/EcqMlj8SdSs

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Is there any place in Europe that sells the RM3?

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Is there any place in Europe that sells the RM3?

Not sure, I bought mine locally in Singapore.

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Is there any place in Europe that sells the RM3?
The RM3 is still not listed at Jonsbo's EU website : http://www.jonsbo.eu/en/
But you could always ask them kindly. Or ask one of the shops listed on their "Where to buy" webpage.
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I asked Jonsbo EU and couple of shops.
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So far there is still no date as to when the RM3 in Europe will be available.

Too many beautiful RM3s here. However I'm not going to order from Ebay for 250€ - for 130€ I would. Also the latest addition, RM3 G, I really like but they've sadly left out the top fan.


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Weird! That they can't be more specific at Jonsbo EU.

Yeah, you need to find a way to get those exorbitant eBay prices down or raid the houses of wiretap and vkvkvvk.
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I'd really love the look of that RM3, but I'd wish they'd put 2x120 in the top & 2x120 in the front as well.
Then it would be absolutely perfect imho.rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif

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