Recent content by bomaaye

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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Indeed, that is the main gripe we all have in regard to the LTT video.
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Yeah agreed there. It would potentially be a good idea IF it does go ahead, that they announce it in conjunction with the OT review if that's still on the cards.
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Very well put, completely agreed on all points you raised. I think the larger issue with the reddit is the fact that its almost a hive mind in the sense that, you will likely only ever see NCASE M1 or NR200 builds repeated over and over, which leads newer people who joined the community, to...
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    So for water-cooling it pretty much boils down to heat transfer laws, which just makes it a lot easier to explain since its all math and physics. I'm not sure how far you want me to go into it so I'll try to keep it relatively simple to follow. 1) So flowrate is important, and increasing it...
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    @Nomad Has a 3090FE, which is where the problem arises since the connector is so thick.
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Link your twitch, I'd say I have university work to do but..lets be honest I won't do it in any case. Do you have a timeframe in mind? Edit: I apparently have terrible reading skills at 2am, figured it out.
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    I see QDCs there, any plans for use within the loop, or are they temporary?
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Oh yeah for sure, that's the barrow cube ddc pump/res, right? I like the Aqualis for purely aesthetic reasons :)
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Aquacomputer aqualis ddc 100ml. Dimensions on the site say its 62x62x133mm w/o pump. DDC pump adds about 22mm or so, I test fitted in my CAD model. Looks doable but it'll be quite the effort!
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    If I want a pump/res combo installed on the bracket, how feasible is mounting it "offset" from the centre of the PB, meaning mounting the pump as close to the edge of the side panel as possible? For context I'm hoping the pump/res I want to use has a 50mm tube diameter, and given its 62mmx62mm...
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Id also like to know where exactly its mounted to the panel so I can visualise pump/res combo placement.
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    I honestly doubt its 63mm, seems a bit odd because that implies the spine is around 20-25mm thick if you measure from the edge of the psu, knowing that PSU>SIDE PANEL = 87mm.
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    Side panel to the central spine is around 87mm or so, so that won't be the issue. D5's will fit assuming a short gpu. I have a 3080FE so that's not the concern, although tubing might be a bit tricky..
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    Production Winter One -- 15.6L SFF case, 3090 Support, 3-slot GPUs, dual 280mm radiators, CFD Optimized Design

    I know this has probably been extensively discussed , but for d5 pump and/or res options, is there a reason I'm only seeing horizontal preliminary build plans? Is that because of the in/out port placement or is it due to the central spine confining it to ~60-70mm in height?