Either that or just temporarily unavailable. It's likely that at the moment orders can't be fulfilled or something so it's still visible on the site but not able to be ordered.Is the SV590 discontinued?
He replied on reddit in a thread about the SV540 that the SV540 will be reversible and have a swappable power button (so cables come out the bottom), but with the SV590 they felt flipping it would make it so top heavy that it would tip over. I don't really see how that's the case since the motherboard and GPU are mostly at the top right now, and the only thing on the bottom really is the PSU, but that's what he said.
The intended airflow pattern of the SV590 (and the forthcoming SV540 in its current iteration, anyway) would be to have a radiator in the rear as exhaust, which creates negative pressure in the case. This feeds cold air in through the side intakes slots, which improves GPU airflow and creates airflow over the motherboard for things like VRM and M.2 cooling. It does theoretically put more hot air into the rad, but overall it would be a superior setup than the alternative.I love the red here. I can't help put be worried about the cooling on this though. It looks alot like the H1. Would the back as exhaust/negative pressure be the best for temps?
I can only go off of my 590, but my 3700x barely ever hits 60 under load. I can't imagine a 280mm AIO being drastically worse than a 360mm AIO, so I doubt the SV540 will have the same issues the H1 seems to have.I love the red here. I can't help put be worried about the cooling on this though. It looks alot like the H1. Would the back as exhaust/negative pressure be the best for temps?