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If I put your nickname to the correct order, it seems as if it shipped today.

Thank you, it did indeed ship today. Indicating a Thursday delivery.

Unrelated question:

Are you guys planning to revisit your AM4 blocks? With it now being an open secret that Ryzen 3 chips will include both 12 and 16 core CPUs, when overclocked, even at 7nm, these are likely to output a lot more heat than the Ryzen 1 & 2 8 cores. If that wasn't the case, then the X570 boards wouldn't be getting beefier VRMs and heatsinks. Maybe more fins or a different design for the block would help?

Also, another nag re: the Radeon VII block. Any progress?
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Thank you, it did indeed ship today. Indicating a Thursday delivery.

Unrelated question:

Are you guys planning to revisit your AM4 blocks? With it now being an open secret that Ryzen 3 chips will include both 12 and 16 core CPUs, when overclocked, even at 7nm, these are likely to output a lot more heat than the Ryzen 1 & 2 8 cores. If that wasn't the case, then the X570 boards wouldn't be getting beefier VRMs and heatsinks. Maybe more fins or a different design for the block would help?

Also, another nag re: the Radeon VII block. Any progress?

Zen2 blocks:we are aware of the new design and are currently trying to get a test sample to determine how our current block performs on that layout. Dependingon that data, we will make the call if a dedicated block is necessary.


Radeon VII block: no update, sorry.

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@Watercool-Jakob , does this on this fit in this (150mm clearance) horizontally?

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@Watercool-Jakob , does this on this fit in this (150mm clearance) horizontally?
I could be wrong but I believe the original O11 from your link has a larger than 150mm clearance. Did you mean the dynamic/air?

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I could be wrong but I believe the original O11 from your link has a larger than 150mm clearance. Did you mean the dynamic/air?
In Lian Li's website, it is told whatever PC-O11 has just 150mm (in some parts, it is 159mm what is confusing). E.g. according some Newegg customers's reviews, Aorus RTX 2080 Ti WB doesn't fit horizontally. It is 159mm width.

Though this is a PC-O11D, if whatever PC-O11 has the same clearance, it shows up that that graphics card doesn't fit:

The question is if the Strix RTX 2080 Ti outfitted with a Heatkiller IV fits inside a PC-O11 (any one) horizontally.

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@Watercool-Jakob , does this on this fit in this (150mm clearance) horizontally?

The only information that I can give you is that our block is 137mm wide on the widest part, including the terminal. I don't know if the "150mm" clearance is measured from the MB tray, the MB itself, or the top of a PCIe Slot. So I can't make a final statement on wether it will fit in this specific case. Please contact Lian Li directly for more information on their definition of "clearance".
But my personal guesstimation is that it should just work out.

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The only information that I can give you is that our block is 137mm wide on the widest part, including the terminal. I don't know if the "150mm" clearance is measured from the MB tray, the MB itself, or the top of a PCIe Slot. So I can't make a final statement on wether it will fit in this specific case. Please contact Lian Li directly for more information on their definition of "clearance".
But my personal guesstimation is that it should just work out.
Okay. Fair enough but what is the width of the combo (Strix RTX 2080 Ti + Heatkiller IV)?

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Or even better, what is the width increase (if there is some one) when Heatkiller IV is attached to Strix RTX 2080 Ti?


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Quote: Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
In Lian Li's website, it is told whatever PC-O11 has just 150mm (in some parts, it is 159mm what is confusing). E.g. according some Newegg customers's reviews, Aorus RTX 2080 Ti WB doesn't fit horizontally. It is 159mm width.

Though this is a PC-O11D, if whatever PC-O11 has the same clearance, it shows up that that graphics card doesn't fit: https://youtu.be/NTvsW0x3pi0?t=660

The question is if the Strix RTX 2080 Ti outfitted with a Heatkiller IV fits inside a PC-O11 (any one) horizontally.
The D is the dynamic so again it depends on which version of the o11 you are asking about, there are several. The air/dynamic/razer are the ones with potential clearance issues. They maintain a list gpu waterblock list for those models here but unfortunately don't test heatkiller blocks but they have been pretty decent about answering questions if you contact them.

The older o11 models (like your link) are a little bigger and don't have the staggered motherboard tray. I thought their clearance was better but after poking around it might just be a little different.

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The D is the dynamic so again it depends on which version of the o11 you are asking about, there are several. The air/dynamic/razer are the ones with potential clearance issues. They maintain a list gpu waterblock list for those models here but unfortunately don't test heatkiller blocks but they have been pretty decent about answering questions if you contact them.

The older o11 models (like your link) are a little bigger and don't have the staggered motherboard tray. I thought their clearance was better but after poking around it might just be a little different.
Both PC-O11 and PC-O11D have same specs as regards graphics cards clearance. See image below. The same is with CPU cooler clearance: 150mm.

Update: If PC-O11's specs page says it is 150mm clearance for graphics card and if an 159mm card (Aorus RTX 2080 Ti WB) didn't fit inside PC-O11D (whose specs page says it is 159mm for VGA and 155mmm for CPU cooler), then PC-O11 is narrower than PC-O11D, right?

Anyway, what is important is how much Strix RTX 2080 Ti's size is increased by using a Heatkiller IV.
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