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TVwazhere

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  1. 12 minutes ago, RollinLower said:

    hopefully lucky enough to get your 25th place!

    You'll definitely get it. I've broken 3M ppd Once legitimately, and I've bene getting some Stuck Wu's while you've been consistently getting above 3M PPD. You're proabbly already ahad of me and we dont even know it! My only hop is that I can stay in the Top 25 by the end of the event, but if I drop to top 30, so be it. Not much I can really do at this point. 


  2. 7 hours ago, Fulminatrix said:

    That race for top-30 is intense. It looks like I'll be out of it pretty soon.

    Agreed!

    21 MartinSince94 3323750 6490425 64838604 0.70% 0.70% 0.68%
    22 TensorVortex 2719520 5920485 63619626 0.58% 0.64% 0.67%
    23 TVwazhere 2855244 5753270 61930654 0.60% 0.62% 0.65%
    24 sanya567xxx 2545832 5693817 60895155 0.54% 0.61% 0.64%
    25 RollinLower 2912436 5753009 60839934 0.62% 0.62% 0.64%
    26 SpecialService 2753013 4627330 60477296 0.58% 0.50% 0.64%
    27 viperssxt 210149 1892296 60018157 0.04% 0.20% 0.63%
    28 Teaj 3081404 6042211 56721554 0.65% 0.65% 0.60%
    29 Fulminatrix 2310281 4988081 53670109 0.49% 0.54% 0.57%

    This race is super close!


  3. The interesting races

    Quote

    Rank

    Forum Name

    Points

    Week

    Day Percentage

    Week Percentage

     

    8

    Yabdat

    2148866

    8137134

    3.85%

    4.40%

    9

    Corrupt_Liberty

    2081603

    8030185

    3.73%

    4.35%

     

    13

    sazrocks

    1198012

    3769108

    2.15%

    2.04%

    14

    Opencircuit74

    1058800

    3324585

    1.90%

    1.80%

    15

    xenel

    919362

    3047160

    1.65%

    1.65%

     

    Races that are close enough that if a rig were to go down, falter for a few hours or if WU's are bad that the standings could change irreversibly


  4. On 4/25/2019 at 5:08 PM, Firewrath9 said:

    Phanteks has it on their site, 95mm front, 65mm top, and 280mm "EATX")

    -snip-

    thats 170mm front space for S2/R6 (ripped it off this review https://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cases_cooling/fractal_define_r6_review/6)

    and it has 285mm EATX.

    also, I think you should specify where 420 and 360 rad support is i.e.

    360mm rad support T/F T/F T/F  
    420mm rad support T T

    F
     

    The 360 and 420 support Top/Front is listed in the notes, but your method is clearer. I'll update these with the notes and the "2019 E-ATX" size notes. I dont think I've seen any E-ATX cases released in the last few years that are true 12x13" boards. 


  5. 8 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

    Define S2 is 130$, and always (all skus) have USB C, R6 is specific skus.

    and theres more space for from rad than P600S (100+ vs 90ish)

    Shoulda Specified R6 was the one with different USB-C SKU's. I'll update that. 

     

    I left it at MSRP, because prices will change (and might ultimately be a leading factor into which someone should buy at any given money) seeing as how non USB-C SKU's go as low as $105 at times

     

    Where did you find max RAD+fan dimensions? Are these official dim's or just hand made measurements?


  6. It's interesting to see that without the sound card and the added fan, performance is significantly better. 

     

    I also have noted how limiting both MicroATX cases and mITX cases with PSU shrouds (or even just close proximity to things below them like a sound card or the PSU) could potentially cause performance  issues  Especially in mITX, but even in many Micro ATX applications where many motherboards are putting the main PCI-E x16 slot in the second slot down instead of the very top. AS a perfect example, Blue Build 2018 uses a mATX case with a 2nd slot PCI-E motherboard layout, and there's a significantly lower amount of room than there would be without a PSU shroud (for one fan) or if the motherboard moved the PCI-E slot upwards. 

     

    I understand WHY motherboard manufacturers do this (away from CPU air cooler, better M.2 placement for cooling, etc) especially on ATX where this airflow problem is (usually) a non issue, and unless you're one of us trying to squeeze every last performance out of your system for your dollar, most users wont notice. But it's also good for science and to be better builders in the future :) 

     

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