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    Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Specialist fanless cooling case also packed in an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X.
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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    I love this and I know it totally goes against it but I reckon adding a huge heatsink with just 1 giant slow moving fan onto the card, while adding *some* noise, would be an OK trade off for a near-silent 3080 system.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    I love this and I know it totally goes against it but I reckon adding a huge heatsink with just 1 giant slow moving fan onto the card, while adding *some* noise, would be an OK trade off for a near-silent 3080 system.
    Totally agree. I like the idea of pure fanless systems but slow spinning fans will drastically improve temperatures/performance without really impacting on noise in most cases.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    If the picture is anything to go by then I'd guess we'd see a few degrees more if the PSU (assuming that's fanless) was in the case and the top cover was on. Not knocking that case though as it's lovely it's just he's maybe asking too much of it.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Quote Originally Posted by Zhaoman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    I love this and I know it totally goes against it but I reckon adding a huge heatsink with just 1 giant slow moving fan onto the card, while adding *some* noise, would be an OK trade off for a near-silent 3080 system.
    Totally agree. I like the idea of pure fanless systems but slow spinning fans will drastically improve temperatures/performance without really impacting on noise in most cases.
    Have a selection of fanless PCs in mostly Akasa cases - they struggle in the UK with no AC and no forced air circulation. Over heating/throttling is common. A slow fan makes an enormous difference.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Bet that thing weighs a ton
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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    I find it utterly hilarious. When Nvidia has the performance/watt lead everyone is showing the advantages,ie,SFF builds,passively cooled ones. Now AMD has the lead,people are finding ways to use Nvidia in such builds.

    If anything it makes more sense for AMD to be in SFF and passively cooled builds,due to lower power consumption,and less memory ICs needing to be cooled.

    An RX6900XT for example consumes less power at peak than even an RTX3080! An RX6800 is only a few watts more than a slower RTX3070.

    This is exactly the same in the Fermi days - just find anyway to shoehorn those parts into SFF and passive builds.

    Edit!!

    Doesn't GDDR6X also run hotter than GDDR6 too? Another advantage for using AMD in this scenario too!
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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Yes, some kind of very big and slow running case fan seems a sensible addition. Preferable with a fan controller which has an off option too.

    BitFenix do a 230mm case fan. Looks to be a bit noise at 25.6gB(A) but that is that full speed where it has 264m³/​h so assuming it can go slower (spec mentions operating at 5V to 12V) that might be ideal. Although the specs also say 3-pin (or 4-pin for RGB) so unsure if these can be PWN controlled.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    Bet that thing weighs a ton
    I doubt it, its mostly aluminum.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    I think the old Shuttle systems were a good compromise, using heatpipes to get heat to a rear radiator with a largish fan exhausting air through it. But they had a tendency to cook their VRM, I would imagine this to be far harder to get everything you need cooled.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Quote Originally Posted by six_tymes View Post
    I doubt it, its mostly aluminum.
    IDK how much the aluminium weighs in at but the CPU heatsink weights in at 2.5Kg and the case alone weights in at 10kg, at least according to this LTT video.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    I think the old Shuttle systems were a good compromise, using heatpipes to get heat to a rear radiator with a largish fan exhausting air through it. But they had a tendency to cook their VRM, I would imagine this to be far harder to get everything you need cooled.
    I had a few and in my P2 case,I modified the CPU cooler with constant speed fans so the VRMs were fine. I also changed over the chipset heatsink to an actively cooled one,and added more heatsinks to the VRMs! The main issue was more that Shuttle and many companies at the time didn't pay sufficient attention to what capacitors they were using,and they tended to be electrolyte capacitors too. So it was essentially to keep them cool and remove any heat as soon as possible. Interestingly enough my SD37P2 seemed to have lasted longer than many others with similar parts!


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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    I had a few and in my P2 case,I modified the CPU cooler with constant speed fans so the VRMs were fine. I also changed over the chipset heatsink to an actively cooled one,and added more heatsinks to the VRMs! The main issue was more that Shuttle and many companies at the time didn't pay sufficient attention to what capacitors they were using,and they tended to be electrolyte capacitors too. So it was essentially to keep them cool and remove any heat as soon as possible. Interestingly enough my SD37P2 seemed to have lasted longer than many others with similar parts!
    We used to buy the early Athlon ones with the VIA chipset where I worked at the time to sekk to customers as part of a development kit, pre-loaded with all the software needed and in the matching flight case. Those things were awesome and seemed almost indestructible taking a punishment as hand luggage on planes and lasting years.

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    Re: Turemetal UP10 fanless case spotted running passive RTX 3080

    Always wanted to get a passively cooled system.

    My guess that long term 3080 would not be viable, but something like 3060ti or 3070 might actually be an option.

    Definitely need some airflow in the case to cool the motherboard.

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