"Push In" means the fans are pushing air through the radiator, and into the case. "Push out" would mean the fans are pushing air through the rad, and out of the case.I'm a little confused by your wording on the charts.
"Push in" - do you mean Pull (drawing air IN from outside)?
Yes, that is what that means. It makes sense, the air tunnel makes the path for GPU airflow a bit more restrictive, hence the higher GPU temps with the tunnel, but directs the heat away from the CPU, hence the lower CPU temps with the tunnel."removing Founder's air tunnel: GPU -2C" - does this mean the air tunnel is increasing GPU temps while lowering CPU?
For 80fe/90fe this might be worth trying... basically just add a third fan to the middle of the card which normally gets no airflow. I think you get most of the benefit of the two fans but this might be quieter?
What about deshroud an pull out above for the GPU? Do plan to make tests in this config?
I really wish Overclockers UK wasn't always the company for these kinds of launches. I understand it's convenient, because it's owned by Caseking, so it gives them EU + UK, but man are they bad.As far as I know it's going to be caseking/overclockers (UK) again
You ignore my point about the horrid customer service they offer, and how they've handled the GPU shortage. In the UK there are numerous smaller retailers that offer better deals, cheaper shipping, and improved service. Most people in the UK versions of buildapcsales and hardwareswap aren't fans of overclockers.co.uk.@scott123512359
Actually I don't unterstand whats the matter? Overclockers UK is shipping all their packages with DPD (next day) and of cause are size and weight dependent for the shipping costs. Not every retailer has the demand of being amazon. You're really upset about such a banality of shipping costs?