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06-09-2019 01:54 AM
archaon_archi 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.
06-02-2019 05:02 AM
lowmotion Phanteks Evolv Shift AIR is coming:

https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comme...olv_shift_air/


I dont like it.
06-01-2019 12:24 PM
SHNS0 Still working on this damn case. It's such a love/hate relationship at this point lol.
Also planning on testing a fully negative fan configuration with a lot of stuff taken out to remove airflow.



05-17-2019 08:53 AM
Netherworld
Quote: Originally Posted by qiUip View Post
I’m afraid it will not. If you look at the first posts here, some of us has problems fitting a Strix 1080Ti which is 2.5 slots. I’ve recently tried a Strix 2080Ti (which is 2.75 I believe?) and there is no way it would fit in the bracket without modding. You could however cut off a bit of the bracket and probably make it fit..
Yes, 2080 Ti Strip seems to be same 54mm as the Nitro+ is. Which part of the GPU bracket do you mean? Supposing i install the Card with the backplate facing outside - as shown in the manual - do you mean i'd have to cut the part i have marked in the Screenshot?



https://imgur.com/UtpPtWD
05-17-2019 08:45 AM
qiUip
Quote: Originally Posted by Netherworld View Post
Hello guys,

I have a question regarding GPU Thickness with the Phanteks Shift. I own a Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+, which is a Triple-Slot-Card (54 mm). The Nitro+ Cooler is one of the best GPU Coolers out there, so i figure the GPU won't die a horrible heat death. However, can someone confirm that the GPU will actually fit into the GPU bracket? Phanteks doesn't specify max thickness in their Manual.

Best Regards.
I’m afraid it will not. If you look at the first posts here, some of us has problems fitting a Strix 1080Ti which is 2.5 slots. I’ve recently tried a Strix 2080Ti (which is 2.75 I believe?) and there is no way it would fit in the bracket without modding. You could however cut off a bit of the bracket and probably make it fit..
05-17-2019 08:37 AM
Netherworld Hello guys,

I have a question regarding GPU Thickness with the Phanteks Shift. I own a Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+, which is a Triple-Slot-Card (54 mm). The Nitro+ Cooler is one of the best GPU Coolers out there, so i figure the GPU won't die a horrible heat death. However, can someone confirm that the GPU will actually fit into the GPU bracket? Phanteks doesn't specify max thickness in their Manual.

Best Regards.
04-28-2019 08:27 AM
kinzano Hi guys

I just finished build the evolv shift (non X) with an AIO Cooler, the temp idle at 33C-37C for CPU (Intel I5 8400) and GPU 35C (AMD Radeon 570) with fans facing motherboard, should i be okay with this temp after several hours streaming youtube, browsing, still the same, haven't try gaming tho, havent install any game yet only free version of 3D mark with score around 4100, both CPU and GPU went to 40-50C and back to normal 35C

Thanks
03-26-2019 04:44 AM
Trinergy
Quote: Originally Posted by GuniGuGu View Post
Does anyone know if you can mount either 120 or 140mm phantek halo's to the front of the case is there enough space? what about a dust filter as well? I just had the hexagons cut into the case and next step is controlling the dust and maybe having some light shine through those holes [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/tongue.gif[/IMG]
I was able to fit one on the bottom but the motherboard tray is too offset to the front to fit another in the top position. If you use slim fans it should fit.
03-26-2019 01:32 AM
GuniGuGu Does anyone know if you can mount either 120 or 140mm phantek halo's to the front of the case is there enough space? what about a dust filter as well? I just had the hexagons cut into the case and next step is controlling the dust and maybe having some light shine through those holes
03-24-2019 04:17 AM
qiUip
Shift X Watercooled

Finally got around to watercooling my build that started off in post #6 https://www.overclock.net/forum/50-s...l#post26398028

Changed only a few things like adding an extra 1TB m.2 Samsung 970 Evo, removed all the 2.5" SSDs and upgraded the GPU to a 2080Ti. All the rest is the same as in the original post. Watercooling parts are all EK other than the rads which are HWL GTS (240mm+120mm) and the GPU block which is the Phantheks Glacier Strix 2080Ti. I did a few nice custom bales to connect the pump and the fan splitter and sleeved everything else other than the PSU cable set which was made by To-The-Wire.


This is my first hardline build and I had a strict deadline of 3 days to complete it - so things aren't 'prefect'. Unfortunately, when I first replaced the distilled water in the loop which I was running for a couple of days with a premixed clear coolant I had a bit of a disaster and the coolant foamed up and really messed up the loop. I've since flushed it with loads and loads of distilled water as I had no time to take the loop apart and deep clean every component (which is what is really required) so please excuse the slight staining in the blocks, res and tubes.

P.S. OS is Manjaro Linux
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