Of course we will, but I wanted to see where we are just yet and unfortunately the RTX2080S we ordered arrived DOA. So we`ll have to wait for the replacement first. Also, if we can keep the Gainward from throttling in our case compared to the RVZ01, we'll be on the right track.In my opinion the tests must be performed with proper hardware, in order to reach solid results. You may consider to redo the tests with newer hardware.
Not sure, but I am still trying to keep the current position of the GPU. As a pro reason to keep it that way I found that the SSDs will keep well below 40C even when the GPU and SSDs are stressed. If I turn the GPU around, the back-plate of the GPU will be quite near to the SSDs and this can get really hot.I actually really liked the holed design. May I ask you if you are going to do any hardware repositioning or flipping with vented panel design?
The 3.5” HDD is completely optional. It´s just 4 additional holes with countersinks. I would like to let the user decide what they will go for. If you want to go for an high-end rig you will probably use SSDs and/or M.2 drives only. But if you`re like me and don`t require the latest high end GPU but have >4TB of Music etc. you`ll probably be happy to have the 3.5” option.I also think that 3.5” HDDs are quite outdated. You may consider to provide only 2.5” SSD support since they are quite affordable and common nowadays. Personally more futuristic approach is to not deal with any of them. Together with new generation motherboards coming this year and more affordable M2 SSD options, hard disk storage feature will be completely shifted to onboard storage.