Published on 9th September 2010 by
Originally Posted by memerootTesting tougher with less heat being produced in the case and more fans sticking it out?
Originally Posted by memeroot@Combatus
I was being a little tongue in cheek - I think testing is as good as it ever was certainly - but the component choice is naturally easier on some cases being less dependant on the heat disapation from the inside of the case.
I do however think the tests are better and more suited to real world circumstances and are less likely to down grade good cases due to the inability to use an unusual (passive) graphics card.
one quick question....
would rotating this case 90 or 180 degreed (with suitable clearance) honestly make any difference to cooling?
Originally Posted by shaffaaf27isn't there an E version coming out with AP fans and ft02 style hdd cages?
Originally Posted by CombatusThere is indeed!
Originally Posted by r3loadedCan anyone tell me - is there an RV03 or FT03 coming soon?
Originally Posted by Lockon Stratosthe case looks nice - I understand the general concept - but one thing i dont understand is why the sidepanel is on the RIGHT hand side - my case sits to my right hand side & my side panel is on the left hand side. what RAVEN have smartly done here is created a case of left handed people! DEATH TO RAVEN!!!!! GIVE ME MY RIGHT HANDED CASE!!!!!
Originally Posted by CombatusQuote:Originally Posted by shaffaaf27isn't there an E version coming out with AP fans and ft02 style hdd cages?
There is indeed!
Originally Posted by HustlerI have come to the conclusion that i am mentally unable to process the concept of these 'wrong way round' cases....
Everything about it just seems...wrong.
Sigh....getting too old now to embrace new ideas.....
Originally Posted by BazFT02 uses the air penetrator fans
the RV02 does not
Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawnAir cooled this case does well but using their adapters to install a Triple Rad and water cooling, the temps actually become worse... if your doing CPU and GPUs, there isnt enough exhaust and the internal temps and the temps of the Rad just climb. Personal experience... so ya great for an all air cooled rig or a CPU only cooled rig but the moment you throw in a few GPUs into that cooling loop. the temps skyrocket. I ended up giving this case away to a friend simply because I was not happy with it, gorgeous case but ya...
Originally Posted by darkbI have this case with a 4x120mm radiator in it cooling a gtx 480 and i5 750, it works rather well. The trick is to replace the 180mm fans and filter system entirely with the radiator and have it blowing out the bottom of the case. this only works if the main components are watercooled though, otherwise the intake temp rises.
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