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This can change a lot with the v6 version because of the added holes on the side panel that allows to extract the hot air from the video card outside. I think it's worth to give it a try
Thanks for reporting your results. I was thinking of doing GPU intake with my upcoming build, but since im gonna attempt to air cool a 9900k with c14s I dont think I can afford more heat on the CPUI tried doing bottom intake fans just now, and the gpu temps while gaming did improve to 61 C with only 31% fan speed as opposed to 63 C at 35%. However, the side panel heats up a lot from the gpu heat, and the cpu goes up to 58-59 C from around 53-55 C. I think I'll keep the fans as exhaust despite the 2 C improvement (probably even higher at 35% fan speed) to gpu temperature.
Have you tried c14s as intake or exhaust? And what you have in the 90mm fan?Thanks for reporting your results. I was thinking of doing GPU intake with my upcoming build, but since im gonna attempt to air cool a 9900k with c14s I dont think I can afford more heat on the CPU
Hey Guys, so I finally completed my V6 build and I'm super happy to say the least. I've managed to cram 2 x Corsair H55 120mm AIOs in to cool the CPU and GPU. Getting the wires and hoses tucked away neatly was a challenge and the overall build took me the best part of a whole day. However, now I'm running my i7-8700K @5.1GHz and Have my 1080Ti running with +70MHz on the core and +700MHz on the memory. The CPU maxes out at 79 degrees in torture tests (~62 degrees average), and the GPU maxes out at 65 degrees in torture tests (~59 degrees average). The best part isnt the clock speeds though, it's the fact it's near silent. In fact the loudest part now in my set up is the coil whine coming from the GPU!
Pictures of my build can be found here:
That's an NF-A9 mate not another A12x25. The Kraken G12 takes a 92mm fan so I swapped out the crappy NZXT one with the Noctua. I had hoped I could squeeze in another pair of A12x25s on the bottom, but there wasnt enough room, so had to go for the x15s.Impressive.
I see 2x A12x15 + 1x A12x25 stacked. Why didn't you use 2x A12x25?
Looks like you did a great job on that build mate. Out of interest, do you have much space below the GPU? I have the same one, and am interested to know if you could fit some intake slim line fans below. Or even better are you temps sitting nicely and no need for more messing about?
You could explain the situation to Evga, and they would replace your card with something compatible. They have good support.I'm sort of in a predicament. I'd love to order a V6, but EVGA warrantied my 1080ti and I got "upgraded" to a FTW3 Hybrid edition. I'm posting here for optics, but since this GPU won't fit in the M1, would anyone know where I can find an aftermarket cooler for my card that would - or would ya'll have any suggestions on what else I could do?