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post #491 of 520 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 01:54 AM
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I don't find it bad, it looks neat. But I don't think it solves anything. If I just take off the tempered glass from the case, the temperature of the GPU and CPU is still high. Taking off the front panel helps much more. The only thing I've not tested is to make all fans outtake, which could be possible without the tempered glass panels.
I've got this case for more than a year, and I'm seriously thinking about getting rid of it and getting another case. I'd get the Ncase, but it looks like a mess to set it up with dual 120mm AIO.

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post #492 of 520 (permalink) Old 07-13-2019, 06:28 PM
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Stupid Idea: Phanteks Evolv Shift X AIO Stacking?

This might be a stupid idea but I'm curious:
Instead of using dual AIO: Front 240mm(CPU) + Bottom 120mm(GPU), is it possible to stack radiators?

The bottom compartment layout I imagine is that:
Rear Panel - PSU - 2x140 Fan - 280 Rad(GPU) - 2x140 Fan - 280 Rad(CPU) - 2x140 Fan - Front Panel

Is the thermals going to be worse than 120+240?
I understand that radiator stacking is not a good idea in general, but since we are stacking two 280mm Radiators, is it still worse than 120mm + 240mm in the traditional layout?
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post #493 of 520 (permalink) Old 07-14-2019, 10:28 AM
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Hehe i thought about the same idea.

They are still producing new accessory (despite the bad sales) : PH217XE-SDB

http://www.barrowint.com.img.800cdn....b347534c43.jpg
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post #494 of 520 (permalink) Old 07-29-2019, 05:04 PM
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Hi All,

Thought I'd throw up some progress pictures of my shift build. Really only waiting on hardline fitting/tubing now. Looking forward to see if this setup works, I'm coming from AIO cpu and air-cooled 2060 strix, cpu was fine but gpu would eventually choke.

This is a HTPC/gaming rig for the lounge and sits horizontal on a shelf, I'm pulling air in through the I/O side and pushing it down the front panel (sealed up the mesh and chassis holes) and into the 1st rad, then ducting the warm air into the second rad and out the bottom via the 2nd 140mm static fan. The "hope" is the cool air and removal of hot air within the case will offset the warm air the second rad receives and maintain a decent loop temp. Toying with the idea of adding a cutout for a slim 120mm where the 3.5" drive sits but will wait to see how it runs, hoping to have one 140mm idling through netflix sessions.

Specs;
2700x
b450 strix
zotac 2070 mini
silverstone psu
2x140 nf-a14
m.2 slots full
alpha-cool rads, gpu block, solo pump/cpu and fittings
printed duct and a low-profile 120 to 140 adapter for the bottom fan.

Will post completed photos and hopefully some decent thermals both stock and oc.

Edit: the 3D image it the latest concept, the 2nd picture was the 1st, using the full length strix that required a notch in the duct, it could have worked with a custom riser cable but in the end it just made life easier upgrading to the mini.

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post #495 of 520 (permalink) Old 08-04-2019, 02:12 PM
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Hi. i have shift x for sale + be quiet sfx-l 600 gold psu with it. If any1 interested let me know. giving oem led strip with it.



Would exchange for other SFF ITX case ( DA2, Ncase etc )
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post #496 of 520 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 05:43 AM
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printed duct and a low-profile 120 to 140 adapter for the bottom fan.
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More pictures, pls.
Where can i buy?
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Hey guys, I'm in a bit of a pickle and would be thankful for help. My motherboard still hasn't arrived, so I can't check this myself for couple of weeks more.

If you rotate the GPU bracket how fan on the rail can it go, can it actually reach the end on the left?


Image from the interwebz. The reason I'm asking is that I have a pretty wide GPU - Aorus 1080 TI. It is under a water block so thickness is a non-issue, but width is pretty questionable. The GPU in the photo is a reference design which is about 30mm narrower.

Thanks in advance!
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If you rotate the GPU bracket how fan on the rail can it go, can it actually reach the end on the left?[/QUOTE]

Couple of measurements for you, it can go passed the fan (for example) if you have a long enough riser cable.

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Hi, maybe can you share the 3d file, wanna try it (I have a 3d printer) thanks in advance.
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post #500 of 520 (permalink) Old 08-15-2019, 07:56 AM
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Custom mesh panels

I had some heat issues, take some wood and mesh fabric, it help a lot and visuals its ok. I was waiting for the official part from Phanteks but I didnt see it yet, so.
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