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post #271 of 451 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 03:40 AM
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Yes, with the graphics card conventionally mounted an intake in the floor will be effective, and a single 140mm in the roof to exhaust should ensure you don’t create too much negative pressure and suck lots of dust in.


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Yes, with the graphics card conventionally mounted an intake in the floor will be effective, and a single 140mm in the roof to exhaust should ensure you don’t create too much negative pressure and suck lots of dust in.


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The Phanteks Luxe comes with 2x 140mm in the front one in the top and one in the back
I am adding one to the bottom and removing the PSU cover and i am adding a second fan in the top as exhaust

Also bought 2 PWM spliters so the front and top fans one use a single PWM header each instead of using 4
The fan hub has a total of 6 so adding 2 more fans would mean using all the headers on the hub

From what i understood the MSI RTX 2070 Super Trio X has a pretty good cooler so together with two more 140mm i hope temps wont be too high
Having 5 HDD´s in the front is blocking most of the air into the main chamber of the case

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That sounds like plenty of airflow, and it’s 3 in 3 out so balanced pressure-wise.

You only really need to add the extra 1 plus 1 if the front is very constructed by the drives etc. But it’ll likely mean you can keep fan rpms down throughout.

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That sounds like plenty of airflow, and it’s 3 in 3 out so balanced pressure-wise.

You only really need to add the extra 1 plus 1 if the front is very constructed by the drives etc. But it’ll likely mean you can keep fan rpms down throughout.

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Its summer and since i dont have AC i dont stress my PC with temps as high as they are now
If i where to fire up a game now i think the PC would get super hot so i think that adding 2 extra fans are going to help

I have no idea how the MSI RTX 2070 Super Trio X compares to my old EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2 but the reviews i saw made me think its has a pretty good cooler

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Would someone be able to offer me some insight on an issue I'm having...
I got my MSI Ventus 2070 Super yesterday, the card works perfectly but on MSI Afterburner it always show voltage on 0mV, is there any way I could fix this? I've tried doing a complete clean install of windows but it didn't fix it either.

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Would someone be able to offer me some insight on an issue I'm having...
I got my MSI Ventus 2070 Super yesterday, the card works perfectly but on MSI Afterburner it always show voltage on 0mV, is there any way I could fix this? I've tried doing a complete clean install of windows but it didn't fix it either.
I would try this:

Use DDU to uninstall the driver completely.
Use Revo Uninstaller to remove MSI.(have it scan for leftover files after the uninstall and delete those too)NOTE: Get the portable version of Revo Uninstaller. Then you can run it from the folder. That's how I do it).
Reinstall the latest driver and MSI.

Might not hurt to pull the card out and reset it...just to make sure you have your bases covered.

Report back and go from there....someone else might chime in.....

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You have to enable Voltage Setting in the options?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hequaqua View Post
I would try this:

Use DDU to uninstall the driver completely.
Use Revo Uninstaller to remove MSI.(have it scan for leftover files after the uninstall and delete those too)NOTE: Get the portable version of Revo Uninstaller. Then you can run it from the folder. That's how I do it).
Reinstall the latest driver and MSI.

Might not hurt to pull the card out and reset it...just to make sure you have your bases covered.

Report back and go from there....someone else might chime in.....
I uninstalled Afterburner completely, ran DDU to uninstall the drivers and reinstalled both afterwards but it didn't help either...
Removing the card and putting it back in didn't do anything either :/
I can view voltages fine in i.e HWinfo or such programs, it's only afterburner that it doesn't work in.
Not sure if that's an MSI thing somehow?

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I uninstalled Afterburner completely, ran DDU to uninstall the drivers and reinstalled both afterwards but it didn't help either...
Removing the card and putting it back in didn't do anything either :/
I can view voltages fine in i.e HWinfo or such programs, it's only afterburner that it doesn't work in.
Not sure if that's an MSI thing somehow?
Latest version of MSI?

Very odd.....IDK man....

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Got a 2070 XC Ultra from microcenter openbox a few days ago, and I'm loving this card right now.

Decent core OC on it (2070mhz, drops to 2055mhz once it warms up since one of the fans is half blocked by a pcie device at the moment), but boy did it lose the memory lottery, It has samsung gddr6 but +500 is almost an instant crash, +250 seems to be fine but it does nothing for performance so oh well.

Otherwise, I'm quite happy with it (and it's 240w power limit at stock when you raise the power limit).
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