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post #5141 of 5153 (permalink) Old 11-04-2019, 10:28 AM
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all in all I still don't have an answer on my question... hope that someone could shed some light on one of the best case for watercooling.

Will PC O11 Dyanmic fit two 360mm 60mm rads, one on the top and one on the bottom.

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all in all I still don't have an answer on my question... hope that someone could shed some light on one of the best case for watercooling.

Will PC O11 Dyanmic fit two 360mm 60mm rads, one on the top and one on the bottom.
already answered this https://www.overclock.net/forum/161-...l#post28142836

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Which Noctua model is that?

case fans are 120mm NF-P12 Redux 1700 PWM


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Out of curiosity has anybody done a push/pull setup with the pulling fans on the outside of the case? My temps are decent but a little on the warm side with just push for my liking.

I've got a HWLabs Nemesis 360 GTX (54mm thick, 16 FPI) cooling a RTX 2080 Super FTW3 Hydro Copper and a hot 6700K in a O11 Dynamic case. I'm running your typical push setup with 3x cheapo fans that around ~54 CFM @ 1800 RPM and was doing some lazy testing today.
Here are some results using 2x 140mm Phanteks case fans @ 1200 RPM resting on top of the rad while in the Division 2 which puts my CPU at 80% load, GPU 100% load sitting idle at base with 24C ambient temps in 15 minute increments.
Removing the vented top cover alone reduces temps by .4C~1C based on fan speed.

Push/pull @ 800 RPM beating out push @ 1800 RPM makes me want to change right away. The test was only done with 2x 140mm fans resting on top of the rad so 3x 120mms secured to the rad will only widen the gap.

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Anyone with the dynamic 011 know which Gpus to hit the ram / extrude to cover the side fans when vertically mounted?

The Asus 2070 super strix looks very long and may cover the side fans?
The MSI twin frozer very wide and may hit the ram dimms?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post
Anyone with the dynamic 011 know which Gpus to hit the ram / extrude to cover the side fans when vertically mounted?

The Asus 2070 super strix looks very long and may cover the side fans?
The MSI twin frozer very wide and may hit the ram dimms?
Depend on your motherboard and what vertical GPU mount you're going to use.

I used the Coolermaster vertical mount which allowed me to keep the bottom intake fans, my motherboard was z390 Apex, GPU was a 2080ti Strix, cleared the ram fine, fit into the notch of the Apex's Dimm.2 card (nvme mount).
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Anyone with the dynamic 011 know which Gpus to hit the ram / extrude to cover the side fans when vertically mounted?

The Asus 2070 super strix looks very long and may cover the side fans?
The MSI twin frozer very wide and may hit the ram dimms?


Depend on your motherboard and what vertical GPU mount you're going to use.

I used the Coolermaster vertical mount which allowed me to keep the bottom intake fans, my motherboard was z390 Apex, GPU was a 2080ti Strix, cleared the ram fine, fit into the notch of the Apex's Dimm.2 card (nvme mount).
Thx! My ram does not have the slot, I am also using the cooler master bracket,

Question do you have your bracket mounted as high as it can go? I see I think I can lower my bracket down? There is still one more pci-e slot there. See pics
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