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ordered. large double expand. 3-slot gpu, ddc pump, covered.
Hope is to do dual 280 Rad and cool 2 1080 ti's with either ryzen or itel cpu.....I think bifurcation maybe be harder than i think.....i'll see hahaha
The poll is being displayed all jacked up on my iPhone so hard to vote (other posts are overlayed) but for me the big thing would be a dual 280 rad system that I could try and use for a dual gpu build. Having it expand doesn’t matter much to me. Actualy I’d rather have a something with no large...
With all due respect to the designer as he’s come up with some amazing engineering, this project needs to move into the stalled category. This one brought me to this forum years ago, but as a consumer product I don’t think it’s going anywhere. I would love to be wrong.
The main app I use is redshift, a 3D gpu rendering app. It doesn’t use SLI, just uses Leverages each card directly using CUDA stuffs.
Thanks man, I’ll be keeping an eye, good luck for both our sakes :)
Yes!! For my needs power comes first, second is eliminating as much waste of space as possible, most major commercial itx cases are redic. I would love to have a itx bifurcated dual single slot 1080ti build. Something like this I am hoping could handle that. Super interested. Will buy if available
I remember someone on this site once explaining that if you have air comming from one rad moving into another, the heat dissipation if the second rad is significantly worse because it’s starting from a higher temp. If you have 2 rads both should either get there own air supply. I am not sure if...
What makes this case interesting for me is the dual rad with an itx board in case that’s pretty small. My dream build would be to run a custom loop with dual single slot 1080tis and have enough heat disapation. I don’t see a case that would let me do that anywhere around