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My 3d print work in progress

My 3d print work in progress

toilet_pepper

Hey, bud. Any way you can orient the noctua the other way around? I heard noctua said it will not be efficient in that orientation. You've gone mad at 3d printing. Since nobody made this yet... can you design a front panel mesh so we can stick a fan in front?


b3rdm4n

The Noctua physically won't fit in this case in any other orientation, but yes it has been pointed out before and I tried. I can take a look at the front panel, why not.


theeseyes

That screen is plugged into your gpu?


b3rdm4n

In that photo is has a chromecast plugged into the screen


Shinjari

What’s going on at the bottom? Looks like you made it taller. Not using an AIO...so what’s up? 🤔


wormocious

Not OP, but yes. Edit: oh wow, a chromecast? That’s cool. I’ve never seen that. I assumed it was like every other setup I’ve seen using hdmi to the gpu, my mistake.


Eraknelo

How exactly is that CPU cooler supposed to exhaust anywhere? Also, that's a lot of combustible PLA you have here around parts that exceed 70/80c. I'd be a bit careful. It's not going to spontaneously combust, but it might deform a lot.


BBBsee

Yea if u actually vented the CPU’s air upwards instead of to the backside ull get better temps probably


b3rdm4n

If I could rotate the cooler 90 degrees I would, it doesn't fit any other way than what is pictured. The case design is highly effective at moving air though, this layout works very well as it is.


BBBsee

Awesome dude what’s the temps like


b3rdm4n

Gaming is high 55-65c, stress testing 73-75c. I suppose if I wanted to move into a 5000 series chip I'd probably want to rethink the cooling.