Didn’t all the early reviewers like the mesh? Likening it to the SSUPD Meshilicious case and didn’t have any thermal issues ?
"2 times the mesh density" - is that more or less holes?
More cooling will equal more dust though wont it as the front is only filtered by the holes.
As stated fans will be on during boot up at 30% speed. They then turn off shortly after windows has loaded and temperature is low. Fans won’t...
PCIe 4.0 riser isn't cheap either
3060ti founders edition.
What are those 4 holes in the bottom for? They go right through the mesh too. Some sort of bracket mount but for what? GPU support? pump mount?
Seems like it would be ideal. Certainly looks like it would fit ok. If it performs in line with their other coolers could be a winner.
I emailed Raijintek directly and was told available mid October if anyone is interested. Thanks
It’s been a few weeks now since last drop. At some point they will be EOS. Has that happened for some lines? 3080 and 3070?
It used to be 500 posts but was changed a long long time ago. (I have had access for ages)
1 - White vinegar / water soak
2 - Mains hose pipe blast through (both ways)
3 - Open res flush with deionised water (bit like the bath technique...
How long has the block been on? Sometimes the temps will improve as the thermal pads on other components squash and you get better core contact....
Anyone know when this case will be made available?
@ChugNorris any news? Thanks.
It's raytracing that seems to smash the VRM temps I think.
SFX power supply would leave some gaps around its edge in the full size psu caddy
I think it's aimed at maximum cooling, possibly 2x280mm rads...
Looks quite interesting, bit of a cross between CoolerMaster's NR200p and LianLi's 011 mini......
Leo to the rescue
Anyone got any builds to show?
I was more concerned with power consumption at idle / 2D mode. For me, changing desktop refresh rate from 144 to 165Hz made my GPU go from less...
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