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post #471 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-05-2019, 02:58 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by lowmotion View Post
https://www.ebay.de/itm/123628745096?ul_noapp=true


The price is dropping for weeks now and everyone is selling their Shift (x).
Hah that‘s my case. I‘m just selling it becouse I want to buy the Grey Version of the Case and do modding thats not irreversible. I will just buy some acrylic side panels and make vents in them or something.

I sended Phanteks an E-Mail and asked if they plan to Release an updated case with mesh side Panels. If they reply i let you guys know
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post #472 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-13-2019, 07:32 PM
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Hi. just wanna share my build here since I have used this thread so much during my research about the case.

Almost finished my build now, just waiting for watercooling parts to arrive hopefully soon.

Here's the spec:

i7-9700k
Asus z390 i gaming Mitx
T-force Delta 2x8GB
Gigabyte RTX 2080Ti Gaming Oc
Silverstone SFX 800W
Asus Ryuo 120 Aio cooler
Noctua 140 Pwm industrial 3000 x 2
Evolv Shift
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post #473 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 05:25 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by mrsarden View Post
Hi. just wanna share my build here since I have used this thread so much during my research about the case.

Almost finished my build now, just waiting for watercooling parts to arrive hopefully soon.

Here's the spec:

i7-9700k
Asus z390 i gaming Mitx
T-force Delta 2x8GB
Gigabyte RTX 2080Ti Gaming Oc
Silverstone SFX 800W
Asus Ryuo 120 Aio cooler
Noctua 140 Pwm industrial 3000 x 2
Evolv Shift

Good work! This is an absolute beast of a Shift PC. Does the acrylic side panel help with temperaturs of the GPU ?
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post #474 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 07:53 AM
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Good work! This is an absolute beast of a Shift PC. Does the acrylic side panel help with temperaturs of the GPU ?
it helps the gpu a lot if u want the fans facing the glass. But otherwise this case is still really hot haha. hence why i ordered the watercooling parts
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post #475 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 08:43 AM
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How are your thermals with the 9700k? I am considering this heavily for a work station(lightroom, ps) and gaming rig but a weary considering a ton of bad thermal reviews. All this in consideration also with hearing the new i7 9700k and 9900k scream with heat.
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post #476 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 08:40 PM
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How are your thermals with the 9700k? I am considering this heavily for a work station(lightroom, ps) and gaming rig but a weary considering a ton of bad thermal reviews. All this in consideration also with hearing the new i7 9700k and 9900k scream with heat.
I feel this chip is kinda hot. Idling temps are ok at around 38-40c with room temp being 24ish.

Under load it jumps to 78-82c (gaming). this is without any OC. but u have to remember that the case is really bad at heat so i think it will be better in other more optimized cases.
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post #477 of 521 (permalink) Old 02-22-2019, 06:34 AM
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Phanteks evolv shift
The best itx case that had potential but they didnt made it right .
I have passed through some stages with this case , first with plain air cooling [and scorching temps ] then single AIO and from now on with dual AIOs .
intel i5 4590 / r9 380 the main heat components .[old combo but most recent parts should have less combined TDP anyway ]
Yesterday i watercooled them both with two H75 and the gaming temperatures are 50c MAX !!!!!!!
But with a little twist , i have the front panel removed.
As you can see another AIO can fit on the top chamber , therfore allowing a good air channel to be created . A 140mm fan at bot is good enough to supply fresh air for both AIOs .

The gap between the front aluminioum panel and the case is 20mm , which means the noctua 15mm fans would be SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET to be put there . IF ONLY the panel had ventalation .....

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Hello everyone. I've just joined the crew with a black Shift X! Now I have a question and looking for help from more experienced enthusiasts. I am planning to both cool CPU and GPU with AIO coolers, planning to get a Kraken G12. Do you know any AIO cooler long enough to add to bottom?
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post #480 of 521 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 04:42 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by mrsarden View Post
Hi. just wanna share my build here since I have used this thread so much during my research about the case.

Almost finished my build now, just waiting for watercooling parts to arrive hopefully soon.

Here's the spec:

i7-9700k
Asus z390 i gaming Mitx
T-force Delta 2x8GB
Gigabyte RTX 2080Ti Gaming Oc
Silverstone SFX 800W
Asus Ryuo 120 Aio cooler
Noctua 140 Pwm industrial 3000 x 2
Evolv Shift

Update:

got the water cooling parts. Finished the install in 4 days. This is my first time doing water cooling so excuse the messy build haha.
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