I'm in, I'm sure others will too - you're onto a winner Lyt!
The radiator compartment is still 45mm yeah? Being able to run an XSPC TX240 with 2 25mm noctua fans is going to be a strong configuration when compared to comparable cases
Although interestingly Optimum Tech's latest video showed a 10900k (overclocked) and an RTX 3090 (undervolted) running at very reasonable temperatures under a single 240mm radiator so GPU size shouldn't be a major concern if you expect people to be watercooling it like I am. I think an important...
Would these tweaks require a new case or would it be something that could be achieved through a replacement front panel or "Enhanced GPU Support Kit" or something?
Edit, may be a better question for the T1 thread sorry - can ask there if you'd prefer?
So I'm doing some brainstorming - RTX 3070 FE has a very short PCB, looks about ITX length - so I'm planning a loop using one of these with one of EK's FLT 120 res's as it's 58mm thick including mounting elements and then run the case in 2 slot mode with a standard waterblock and rad and...
You can't saw the end of the heatsink off though as it will completely nullify the heatpipe effectiveness and result in the card overheating.
There may be ITX cards coming, but by no means should you saw off the end of the reference cooler.
Yeah that's true - part of me was wondering if there'd be a use case for mounting the Flex ATX PSU on its side under the motherboard to limit GPU length but grant greater CPU cooler clearance and potentially some slim 120mm case fans. Like a shorter and fatter Velka 5 haha