Discussion in 'Case Central' started by McPhee, 9 Jun 2020.
Sorry the image don't work, really keen to see it though.
I've just updated the image link to another source, hoping that works
Guys just bought a Fuma 2 on the off chance it would fit with the TG panel and it does! Actually still has around 2mm of room to the glass with no pipes touching.
Temps in cinebench R23 Multi:
59.4c max with 23.3c ambient.
In gaming mid-high 50’s on average
Scythe Fuma 2
Zotac 1660 Super
32Gb 3600mhz Vengeance RGB Pro SL
Samsung 970 Evo 1TB
2x Arctic P12
Did anyone have trouble mounting their I/O faceplate on this?
Also my GPU input slots seem to sit higher then they should be when looking at the back of the case.
Wondering if my case is warped or a common issue
I wanted to cram my full ATX psu into this thing (without the bracket) and it's been running solid for a few weeks now..
The issue that bothers me is because the GPU is so ridiculously big it sags .. I have bought an anti sag bracket but there's no space to mount it. Does anyone else have any ideas for a bracket that will work with this case?
Honestly, just get a bit of Lego or anything else that is about the right height. Place it at the back corner and let your GPU sit on it. You won't see it at all and it will stop the sagging.
CPU: 10600k cooled with the Alpenfön black ridge using a 140mm fan and a homemade duct to step down to 120mm size of the cooler. The CPU/MOBO gets cool air directly from the outside (side of the case).
GPU: 2080ti ROG strix, resting on yet another home made "air duct" (roughly 20mm) that ensures only cool air form the bottom of the case is sucked in by the fans.
PSU: Cooler Master sff 850w v2.
I will test the temps soon, and post a picture.
Excellent RAM and VRM cooling in a 134mm tall cooler, and near silent fans.. it seems like this cooler was designed for this case!
10600k @ 80°C during CinebR23 (22°C ambient) with the Alpenfön BR and a 140mm Noctua fan. Not great, but the cooler has a somewhat limited cooling potensial.
The GPU (ASUS rog strix 2080ti) tops out at 61°C during stress testing with Time Spy.
The duct is made from a piece of plastic sheet, stepping down from 140 to 120mm
Changing the fan to the Arctic P14 with higher static pressure shaved off 2°C on the Cinebench R23 test.
Looks to be the one to go for as I would have it with the mesh side.
Not the I/O.
Yes to the gpu slot and it caused me whole lot of problems. I had to take the port covers out for it to fit.
Amazing case but that had me raging like made.
hey guys im gonna watercool my setup and had a question for the bottom 240 rad do you suggest having the 2 fans above the radiator pulling air or beneath the rad pulling air directly from under the case? and im gonna put a 92mm rad on the back and what would you suggest a alphacool 92mm 25mm thick rad with noctua 92mm 25mm pwmfan or alphacool 92mm 45mm thick rad with noctua 92mm 14mm pwm thick fan?
Wonder how this would fit.. update of the SE-224-XT from ID Cooling that is still only 154mm tall and has 6 heat pipes...
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.
Any word on a release date and price for the Max version in the UK? Thinking of getting one. Have t been into pc gaming for ages but tempted to return.
Seriously tempted to get a MAX. Love the layout. Shame you have to buy it all integrated, but hoping they will release a case only variant.
J2C did a review of the NR200P and was very complimentary.
Got rid of the ATX PSU for a Corsair 750W Platinum which has been great so far, very quiet.
Also upgraded the GPU and swapped some fans around.
Last thing to sort is the GPU sag, 1 lego brick isn't quite tall enough and 2 is way too much.
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?
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