Maingear Shift

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Athlonite

agree'd the RV-02 would have been a much better choice of case  

 

Play till it breaks then learn how to fix it!

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Behrouz

As a Silverstone Raven RV-01 owner,  I know for a fact that cards will overheat in less than a year.  That case is all about looks and does not cool as well as people think it does.  My 5870s get way too hot for my liking, I cant imagine 3 GTX 480s. 

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geisterfahrer

 

.... as it has been illustrated in the following review. Interestingly the review unit in this article is only a dual sli not tri sli. Can you imagine how much more heat would be present with an additional gtx 480?

 

http://hothardware.com/Articles/Paradigm-SHIFT-MainGears-Unique-Enclosure-GTX-480-SLI-Powerhouse-Reviewed/?page=16

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geisterfahrer

 

.... while playing a game that pushes the system to its limit... THIS SYSTEM WILL OVERHEAT.

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Vano

I didn't get it, is that photo view from the top of the box (desktop tipe), or from a side (tower)? if the later, then I guess the the exost of the GPU cards pointed upwards could definitely be used to cook food, while you enjoing that smooth Crysis game.

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highsidednb

/drool

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Scootiep

Tri SLI 480's?!?!? Dear God, how did the get the clearance from  the NRC! That thing wouldn't just cook bacon, it'd incinerate it. Where's the required FLiBe cooling loop! Do lead plated protection suits come with the package or sold separately? Questions need to be answered here!

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hk1777

256MB Crucial C300 SSD?

Dont you mean 256GB?

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imagonex

I wish Silverstone offered the RV01 in this format. The gaudy, non-functional, angular plastic cladding makes it oversized and toyish.

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Athlonite

that's one reason why i went with the much cheaper RV02 yeah sure it's still got a few angles but looks a much more solid case and not so much a toy  

 

Play till it breaks then learn how to fix it!

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