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post #32 of (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 03:39 AM
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Look like a good case with decent airflow with intake door removed, however, i dont have local retailers for Phanteks in Brazil, its a shame.
Current avaliability is basically restricted to corsair, cooler master, thermaltake and a bunch of crappy chinese designs.

Thermaltake have some interesting designs like cube cases, however most resellers just sell that stupid open P something thermaltake that is basically an open dust trap, somehow people seen to love that.

In terms of massive airflow i cant only find H500, like this one

However, this only supports 2 HDDs and personally i find all this plastic on top ugly.

Below, sustained load this afternoon, doing AC ODissey, it really hammers CPU and GPU. Red line is gpu, constant termal load @ 70c. CPU median is 65c.
Doing same test on Realbench leads me to +10c over CPU, and it uses handbreak and AFAIK it uses AVX, but not at same ratio as P95.
Temps look good. Do you know the air temp into CPU and GPU coolers?

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