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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-07-2020, 05:52 PM - Thread Starter
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Nuc Ghost with the Nuc Element:

https://youtu.be/CtxBgvaAENg

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Razer was showing off an Ghost Canyon Nuc enclosure as well, I dunno id love to see thermals, clocks, and benchmarks of the i9.. im kinda interested in this form factor!

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Razer was showing off an Ghost Canyon Nuc enclosure as well, I dunno id love to see thermals, clocks, and benchmarks of the i9.. im kinda interested in this form factor!
"Boss, boss, I got it! That side panel that directly feeds the high powered GPU's fans! For our highly portable system, we should make sure to include a Tempered Glass window, so they can still see the GPU! And show off at all the LAN parties!"

"wouldn't that choke out the GPU given the extreme thermal restrictions on a chassis like this and cause heat soak in the case that would potentially not only overheat the GPU but the entire PC located directly behind it?"

"........ What? Naaaaaaaa, why would it do that?"

Razer being Razer. Form dismissing function, as per usual.

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I get this is a silly question, but why didn't Intel reverse the PCI-e slot orientation on their NUC half? You could have the GPU pulling air from one side and the CPU the other without choking either out, and if both had a simple blower-style fan you wouldn't need any other case fans at all except maybe one up front to encourage general airflow/PSU.

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"Boss, boss, I got it! That side panel that directly feeds the high powered GPU's fans! For our highly portable system, we should make sure to include a Tempered Glass window, so they can still see the GPU! And show off at all the LAN parties!"

"wouldn't that choke out the GPU given the extreme thermal restrictions on a chassis like this and cause heat soak in the case that would potentially not only overheat the GPU but the entire PC located directly behind it?"

"........ What? Naaaaaaaa, why would it do that?"

Razer being Razer. Form dismissing function, as per usual.

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I get this is a silly question, but why didn't Intel reverse the PCI-e slot orientation on their NUC half? You could have the GPU pulling air from one side and the CPU the other without choking either out, and if both had a simple blower-style fan you wouldn't need any other case fans at all except maybe one up front to encourage general airflow/PSU.
Not silly at all imho. If they are really going for this form factor, it would make a lot of sense. But ofc what do we know!
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