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    SaperPL got a reaction from TVwazhere in SENTRY 3.0: Development and Suggestions   
    We are not planning to go back to support of SFX-L since handling modular cables with those bigger PSUs was cumbersome in first version of Sentry. You can get 750W platinum grade SFX PSUs right now and it should be enough for what you can fit inside such case.

    As for TG-panels - we are not planning anything like that, sorry.
     
    From a quick glance on SSUPD - the thing is those panels are made from mass produced perforated sheets and while they are perfect for making flat panels with reasonable amount of non-perforated edge, we couldn't use the ones that are already there  because of the standardised amount of material left outside the perforation. We would need a custom made perforated sheet like this and making so much perforation would quickly get expensive.

    On top of that, this kind of fine mesh is okay for a case that has big intake fans, but for a case that depends on the internal component fans inducing airflow, the fine mesh will get restrictive - iirc roughly speaking 1mm at the edge of the hole is an area where the airflow drops gradually and roughly that area has half the airflow of what's in the centre. For small perforation/fine mesh this is killing the airflow, but at the same time this is what's stopping a lot of dust. So for a case that has huge vents with fans almost pushed against this fine mesh, it still makes sense, but for fans that are distanced from it, the airflow will follow path of least resistance, so not necessarily through the mesh.
     
     
    We are thinking about this, but this is a thing that has a lot of consequences if it was to be implemented. The good side of it would obviously be 120 mm AIO and Nvidia founders edition cards getting free performance boost. But with mainstream builds in our case people want full length cards for one (so no AIO) and we don't know at this point whether Nvidia will continue to make reference cards like this in next generation and we don't really know if that'll become a standard or something you can't get your hands on.

    The consequences for such change are in the looks because there would be more perforation on the cover, and the issues with safety in the horizontal orientation of the case as well as structural rigidity.
     
     
    You can get a 750W PSU in SFX form factor, anything more means you want a card that's like 400W and such card isn't something we would recommend in our case. Also note that those 1000W PSUs are made like that because high end cards are often matched with really power hungry CPUs like threadripper, but you can't have that in an ITX board.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from Octagoncow in SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project   
    I have the same thermal issue with my 3700X, the turbo is pushing so max voltage almost all the time, +20 degrees over the R7 1700 - I get 60c on idle and 82c on light gaming on NH-L9i. Temporary mitigation is to disable Core Performance Boost which is turbo boost, but it makes it work with reasonable temps. And waiting for new agesa/new bios with fix for that, which is being worked on according to AMD_Robert on reddit.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from LogicalDrm in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    I'm not really sure why are you so angry about this specific thing. Yes, we did not say it's going to be crowdfunded above the clock. The case was crowdfunded for first version, we were talking with others on the forums about crowdfunding and we told reviewers about campaign coming soon. There's a FAQ on our product page answering the question on whether it's going to be in retail stating it'll be crowdfunded as well. Bitwit mentioned it'll be crowdfunded as well etc etc.
     
    You could have literally ask us through mail or on the forums/reddit/twitter if Sentry 2.0 was going to be available in retail worldwide, but it seems like you did not bother doing so.
     
    Wait what? One thing is that yes, there could have been cases looking similar on the outside. What we did is the optimisation of layout and space efficiency.
     
    Also a free case? How free? Like who gave out a free product like this?
     
    I get that it's not obvious why it's something costing $260, but either the case itself makes sense as something new because there are people backing our campaign, or we are doing outstanding job at marketing something that you could get for free in the 90s.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from WoodyWoodster in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    I did not know it's called having balls... Anyway that doesn't mean those were made/sold for free, and doesn't mean you can get exactly the same thing without a problem.
     
    Anyway, we have no idea what the layout of this case looks like because you did not show us a photo of the interior or even back of the case. You know what's inside, we don't. Show us a photo of the back if you don't want to tear it down. Cases looking like this were standard, but they had various different layouts. The looks were just the trend.
     
    As for the vents being similar - these are round holes. they are not placed similarly as in our case, at least on the photo. Just on one side. What's similar about that? the hole layout? The hole shape? What that has to do with being similar? These are venting holes, something that was tested and optimised by intel long time ago, and there's nothing much you can do about the shape of it.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from kirashi in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    I'm not really sure why are you so angry about this specific thing. Yes, we did not say it's going to be crowdfunded above the clock. The case was crowdfunded for first version, we were talking with others on the forums about crowdfunding and we told reviewers about campaign coming soon. There's a FAQ on our product page answering the question on whether it's going to be in retail stating it'll be crowdfunded as well. Bitwit mentioned it'll be crowdfunded as well etc etc.
     
    You could have literally ask us through mail or on the forums/reddit/twitter if Sentry 2.0 was going to be available in retail worldwide, but it seems like you did not bother doing so.
     
    Wait what? One thing is that yes, there could have been cases looking similar on the outside. What we did is the optimisation of layout and space efficiency.
     
    Also a free case? How free? Like who gave out a free product like this?
     
    I get that it's not obvious why it's something costing $260, but either the case itself makes sense as something new because there are people backing our campaign, or we are doing outstanding job at marketing something that you could get for free in the 90s.
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    SaperPL reacted to sushimus in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    Am curious about the case aswell ; - ; @Bananasplit_00... photo?
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    SaperPL reacted to sushimus in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    This has about as much in common as most tower desktops have in common... I'm confused as to why the sarcasm ; - ;
    You're esentially comparing this to this
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    SaperPL reacted to LogicalDrm in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    I don't understand what you are saying here. Which website? Theirs? I don't know when you visited, but now it says its being crowdfunded and that they aren't giving out final shipping dates.
     
     
    Linus didn't say anything about it being review. Its literally just showcase of them building in it. Level1 is more review-like, but even with Wendel, you get him saying to go "check it out". It literally means "I like this thing, but you should do your own research". So for me it sounds like you got excited but didn't bother reading the fine print.
     
    These you should direct toward Dr Zaber. Its their product after all.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from TheKDub in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    Linus (as every other reviewer who go the case) was informed that this is going to be crowdfunded, specifically that we're launching campaign soon. It was fairly obvious to anyone who's in tech industry that it's not going to be there right away. Also the price was told to everyone, it's just that bitwit being betwit converted it inaccurately to USD (230 EUR is pretty much 260 USD and not 250 USD as bitwit said).
     
    We sent the samples to reviewers specifically for the sake of you, potential clients, not being in the dark about the existence of the case. Between end of the previous campaign and the current one, we had literally hundreds of people mailing us that they did not know about the case being crowdfunded, so we made sure to let people know it's coming. The fact that not everyone said it's going to be crowdfunding campaign was not on our side and in the live stream Linus might have simply forgotten to stress this out.
     
    We gave everyone the case with no strings attached, without stating what they have to say, with single requirement: read the manual before making the build and tell people there's info about the manual on the box. That was our single requirement from the reviewers. We were sending them some DM's and mails though when we realised something wasn't clear enough in the manual if they did stuff differently than we expected, so that was our meddling with that, but not too much, I think, just sending them heads up about updates in the manual and notes on hardware picked being incompatible.
     
    As for December 2019 deliveries - we've assumed that everyone got used to the fact that crowdfunding takes time, and people want to get actual realistic estimates on when will they get the product rather than being said that they'll get stuff quick and afterwards campaigner will keep saying sorry for being late. Noteworthy is that already three months are taken by campaign itself, funds disbursement from the campaign and order lead times for component manufacturing. So manufacturing time is actually up to 6 months (may be faster, we don't know yet, we have set estimate based on what we know from our previous campaign deliveries).
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    SaperPL got a reaction from Bensemus in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    Linus (as every other reviewer who go the case) was informed that this is going to be crowdfunded, specifically that we're launching campaign soon. It was fairly obvious to anyone who's in tech industry that it's not going to be there right away. Also the price was told to everyone, it's just that bitwit being betwit converted it inaccurately to USD (230 EUR is pretty much 260 USD and not 250 USD as bitwit said).
     
    We sent the samples to reviewers specifically for the sake of you, potential clients, not being in the dark about the existence of the case. Between end of the previous campaign and the current one, we had literally hundreds of people mailing us that they did not know about the case being crowdfunded, so we made sure to let people know it's coming. The fact that not everyone said it's going to be crowdfunding campaign was not on our side and in the live stream Linus might have simply forgotten to stress this out.
     
    We gave everyone the case with no strings attached, without stating what they have to say, with single requirement: read the manual before making the build and tell people there's info about the manual on the box. That was our single requirement from the reviewers. We were sending them some DM's and mails though when we realised something wasn't clear enough in the manual if they did stuff differently than we expected, so that was our meddling with that, but not too much, I think, just sending them heads up about updates in the manual and notes on hardware picked being incompatible.
     
    As for December 2019 deliveries - we've assumed that everyone got used to the fact that crowdfunding takes time, and people want to get actual realistic estimates on when will they get the product rather than being said that they'll get stuff quick and afterwards campaigner will keep saying sorry for being late. Noteworthy is that already three months are taken by campaign itself, funds disbursement from the campaign and order lead times for component manufacturing. So manufacturing time is actually up to 6 months (may be faster, we don't know yet, we have set estimate based on what we know from our previous campaign deliveries).
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    SaperPL reacted to kirashi in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    There was no offer to purchase this case made by the cases manufacturer, so I'm really not sure what you're on about. Maybe we should all get angry at 9to5mac.com whenever they report on possible leaks of Apple products because they aren't purchasable the moment we hear about them. The case will be ready when it's ready; these things take time. If you have a factory or at least a CNC machine, you can totally get started making your own case.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from kirashi in Linus Scammed? I hope not.... love Linus tech tips! Your thoughts please!   
    Linus (as every other reviewer who go the case) was informed that this is going to be crowdfunded, specifically that we're launching campaign soon. It was fairly obvious to anyone who's in tech industry that it's not going to be there right away. Also the price was told to everyone, it's just that bitwit being betwit converted it inaccurately to USD (230 EUR is pretty much 260 USD and not 250 USD as bitwit said).
     
    We sent the samples to reviewers specifically for the sake of you, potential clients, not being in the dark about the existence of the case. Between end of the previous campaign and the current one, we had literally hundreds of people mailing us that they did not know about the case being crowdfunded, so we made sure to let people know it's coming. The fact that not everyone said it's going to be crowdfunding campaign was not on our side and in the live stream Linus might have simply forgotten to stress this out.
     
    We gave everyone the case with no strings attached, without stating what they have to say, with single requirement: read the manual before making the build and tell people there's info about the manual on the box. That was our single requirement from the reviewers. We were sending them some DM's and mails though when we realised something wasn't clear enough in the manual if they did stuff differently than we expected, so that was our meddling with that, but not too much, I think, just sending them heads up about updates in the manual and notes on hardware picked being incompatible.
     
    As for December 2019 deliveries - we've assumed that everyone got used to the fact that crowdfunding takes time, and people want to get actual realistic estimates on when will they get the product rather than being said that they'll get stuff quick and afterwards campaigner will keep saying sorry for being late. Noteworthy is that already three months are taken by campaign itself, funds disbursement from the campaign and order lead times for component manufacturing. So manufacturing time is actually up to 6 months (may be faster, we don't know yet, we have set estimate based on what we know from our previous campaign deliveries).
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    SaperPL got a reaction from TVwazhere in SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case   
    We have been stuck on trying to figure out whether we should try to support 52 mm AIO package (27 mm radiator with 25 mm fan) and how to do it for a bit. 
    The problem with that is, we would have to move the center rail up above the radiator and fan while making sure the screws holding the riser and 2.5" hdd bracket will not go up as well, because that would limit 2.5" compatibility significantly.
    We have spent significant amount of time this year simplifying the center rail to make it easier to manufacture and lighter (as visible in the photo galleries) and modifying it to support 52 mm AIO package would make it over complicated once again.
    We also do not want one configuration that is not necessarily going to be a mainstream one to affect whole construction in such significant way. Most likely mainstream configurations will have a full length GPU instead of AIO + itx-sized one.
    Because of that, we have decided to figure out first if that 50 mm AIO limit is actually a problem and if using slim fan with 27 mm radiator (which is most common among 120 mm AIOs) will be terrible or not. 
    We have done series of tests this week with Corsair Hydro H75 paired up with 20 mm thick DEEPCOOL GS120 SLIM adding up to a 47 mm package. We have tested three AM4 CPUs with different TDPs: R7 1700/R5 2600X/R7 2700X. Tests were done during two cloudy/overcast days with 25~27°C ambient temperature.
    We have decided to compile captured footage with temps and clocks tracking instead of compiling data into charts because we feel like it will give you a better understanding how components behave while playing games rather than when looking at raw data.
    Here's the video:
     
     
    General outcome of those tests is that making support for 52 mm is NOT necessary.
    Additional notes on such configuration with 120 mm AIO liquid cooling:
    - Using standard profile memory sticks is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. It is really tight with two RipJaws sticks, USB 3.0 cables, 24-pin connector and the tubes at the same spot.
    - It gets really messy with cables between the PSU, radiator and power switch. It is not a configuration recommended to everyone. 
    - Modular PSUs have stiff ribbon cables out of the box and those make it really hard to handle around the power switch.
    - 2700X with its 105W TDP works okay in games but when fully loaded with video or 3d rendering it gets hot really quick. I think it is not something that should be cooled off with a single slim fan.
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    SaperPL got a reaction from Octagoncow in SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case   
    We have been stuck on trying to figure out whether we should try to support 52 mm AIO package (27 mm radiator with 25 mm fan) and how to do it for a bit. 
    The problem with that is, we would have to move the center rail up above the radiator and fan while making sure the screws holding the riser and 2.5" hdd bracket will not go up as well, because that would limit 2.5" compatibility significantly.
    We have spent significant amount of time this year simplifying the center rail to make it easier to manufacture and lighter (as visible in the photo galleries) and modifying it to support 52 mm AIO package would make it over complicated once again.
    We also do not want one configuration that is not necessarily going to be a mainstream one to affect whole construction in such significant way. Most likely mainstream configurations will have a full length GPU instead of AIO + itx-sized one.
    Because of that, we have decided to figure out first if that 50 mm AIO limit is actually a problem and if using slim fan with 27 mm radiator (which is most common among 120 mm AIOs) will be terrible or not. 
    We have done series of tests this week with Corsair Hydro H75 paired up with 20 mm thick DEEPCOOL GS120 SLIM adding up to a 47 mm package. We have tested three AM4 CPUs with different TDPs: R7 1700/R5 2600X/R7 2700X. Tests were done during two cloudy/overcast days with 25~27°C ambient temperature.
    We have decided to compile captured footage with temps and clocks tracking instead of compiling data into charts because we feel like it will give you a better understanding how components behave while playing games rather than when looking at raw data.
    Here's the video:
     
     
    General outcome of those tests is that making support for 52 mm is NOT necessary.
    Additional notes on such configuration with 120 mm AIO liquid cooling:
    - Using standard profile memory sticks is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. It is really tight with two RipJaws sticks, USB 3.0 cables, 24-pin connector and the tubes at the same spot.
    - It gets really messy with cables between the PSU, radiator and power switch. It is not a configuration recommended to everyone. 
    - Modular PSUs have stiff ribbon cables out of the box and those make it really hard to handle around the power switch.
    - 2700X with its 105W TDP works okay in games but when fully loaded with video or 3d rendering it gets hot really quick. I think it is not something that should be cooled off with a single slim fan.
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    SaperPL reacted to Falafel in SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project   
    Hey thank's for you answer! 
    make total sense! I should have checked the online instruction before it's much more detailed than the paper in the box I thought the screws were supposed to go in the holes of the riser on the teeny tiny sketch instruction but it's clear on the online one, 
    I'll fix that today
     thank's again
     
    cheers! 
     
     
     
     
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    SaperPL reacted to Octagoncow in SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project   
    I'm not SaperPL, but hopefully I can help. 
     
    The screw isn't supposed to go through both the riser and the case. The screw goes through only the case and keeps the riser in place by not allowing the riser to move around. It's a way to make it so any riser can work with the case. 
     
    You pull the riser through the slot (male end first) from the gpu chamber to the cpu chamber until you can't move the riser any more. You then screw in the screws. The riser should be unable to move due to the screws stopping it from shifting towards the gpu chamber. Just to reiterate; the riser is locked into place without having the screws to through it. The entire process should require little to no force. 
     
    Hopefully I made sense. If you need any clarification, please let me know. 
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    SaperPL reacted to Cody_53027 in SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project   
    Just waiting on my R5 2400G at the moment. I am still going to order stuff from cablemod too but I think stock cables will work just fine for interim. Gskill 2x8GB @ 3000mhz, Samsung 950 Pro 256GB M.2 (bootdrive), 2x 2TB Seagate 2.5" HDD in Raid 0. Cryorig C7 w/ Thermo Grizzly Kryonaut TIM, Corsair SF600. Oh, and I might wedge an RGB strip in there too. I will likely put in a GPU in the future but Raven Ridge is looking pretty awesome for an HTPC and Plex Server for the near term. I've waited over a year to do this build. Super looking forward to it finally coming together.

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    SaperPL got a reaction from NMS in SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project   
    Hello there, fellow hardware geeks
     
    For some time now we've been running a small project in order to create a proper console form factor pc case that we could manufacture and sell for reasonable price.
     
    There's two of us in "WE": SaperPL and ZombiPL - we're both engineers, hardware geeks, have tons of experience with building and fixing pc's and we have the experience of family company designing and building heavy industrial machinery and renewable energy power plants. ZombiPL is experienced mechanical and automation engineer and I'm a game developer with a few titles credited already which hopefully will help us in marketing the product through different channels
     
    The main idea was to get as close as possible to 6.5L volume which is around the size of X360 and PS3 at the same time making it possible to fit full length 305mm VGA's and upcoming SFX-L standard power supplies. Our main focus was on form and function and because of this the case might be a little *different* than all that tool-less stuff you get in enthusiast range cases nowadays.
     
    We went with full-metal design without any plastic front or covers because the cost of molding matrixes would mean we have to get big initial order (mass production) to start manufacturing and at this point we'd rather start with something we can do regardless if we get 1000 or 50 orders. Case design was consulted mostly on the hardforum small-form-factor subforum.
     
    Original topic is here: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1832126
     
    So here's what we've got:
     

     
     
    Product page has been updated with newsletter subscription and detailed product information:
    http://zaber.com.pl/sentry
     
    GPU COMPATIBILITY:
     

     
    GPU Compatibility judged according to specification provided by card vendors on their websites
     
    USER MANUAL:
     
    DEVELOPMENT COST AND PRICING:
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    SaperPL got a reaction from mrchow19910319 in Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX model number spotted on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page...   
    I've spotted the model number on Aorus form, not a physical card on a video or photo. It means that there at least is/was a project to 'minify' 1080TI since this model number somehow got to the form.
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    SaperPL reacted to Orangeator in Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX model number spotted on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page...   
    Wow, quite the eagle eye you have there! 
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    SaperPL got a reaction from Orangeator in Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX model number spotted on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page...   
    I think I spotted Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page. I was curious if my card is valid to redeem destiny 2 bundle from gigabyte and I spotted a model number that looks like 1080TI Mini ITX from Gigabyte, GV-N108TIX-11GD   Yes, I know there's already 1080 TI 'Mini' from Zotac, but it's not ITX-sized, its ~210mm long!     Full page screenshot https://i.imgur.com/iT9kbhe.png   Link https://www.aorus.com/game_bundle.php?Page=84 (Login Required ;/)   Google won't find anything for this model number, while every other card model number leads at least to the gigabyte's page, so I assume it's unannounced yet. I also didn't find anything about 1080 TI mini from gigabyte either.   It looks like 1080TI Mini ITX to me because:   1) Gigabyte 1080 TI models are marked with 108T and 11GD marks the 11GB model like the base 1080TI:   GV-N108TAORUS-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-11GD#kf GV-N108TGAMING-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-11GD#kf GV-N108TTURBO-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TTURBO-11GD#kf   2) Gigabyte Mini ITX models are marked with IX:   GV-N1060IX-3GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IX-3GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1060IXOC-3GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IXOC-3GD#kf GV-N1060IX-6GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IX-6GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1060IXOC-6GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IXOC-6GD#kf GV-N1070IX-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070IX-8GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1070IXOC-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070IXOC-8GD#kf GV-N1080IX-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1080IX-8GD#kf   3) Gigabyte 1080 Mini ITX (GV-N1080IX-8GD) is also on that list, just higher between 1080's so it doesn't seem like a typo.   Am I late to the party for not knowing that Gigabyte is making 1080 TI Mini ITX ? Or did Aorus website really leak that info?
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    SaperPL got a reaction from FourCorners in Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX model number spotted on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page...   
    I think I spotted Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page. I was curious if my card is valid to redeem destiny 2 bundle from gigabyte and I spotted a model number that looks like 1080TI Mini ITX from Gigabyte, GV-N108TIX-11GD   Yes, I know there's already 1080 TI 'Mini' from Zotac, but it's not ITX-sized, its ~210mm long!     Full page screenshot https://i.imgur.com/iT9kbhe.png   Link https://www.aorus.com/game_bundle.php?Page=84 (Login Required ;/)   Google won't find anything for this model number, while every other card model number leads at least to the gigabyte's page, so I assume it's unannounced yet. I also didn't find anything about 1080 TI mini from gigabyte either.   It looks like 1080TI Mini ITX to me because:   1) Gigabyte 1080 TI models are marked with 108T and 11GD marks the 11GB model like the base 1080TI:   GV-N108TAORUS-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-11GD#kf GV-N108TGAMING-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-11GD#kf GV-N108TTURBO-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TTURBO-11GD#kf   2) Gigabyte Mini ITX models are marked with IX:   GV-N1060IX-3GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IX-3GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1060IXOC-3GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IXOC-3GD#kf GV-N1060IX-6GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IX-6GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1060IXOC-6GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IXOC-6GD#kf GV-N1070IX-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070IX-8GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1070IXOC-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070IXOC-8GD#kf GV-N1080IX-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1080IX-8GD#kf   3) Gigabyte 1080 Mini ITX (GV-N1080IX-8GD) is also on that list, just higher between 1080's so it doesn't seem like a typo.   Am I late to the party for not knowing that Gigabyte is making 1080 TI Mini ITX ? Or did Aorus website really leak that info?
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    SaperPL reacted to Damascus in Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX model number spotted on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page...   
    I think most people jnew this was coming but you are the first to confirm afaik
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    SaperPL got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX model number spotted on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page...   
    I think I spotted Gigabyte 1080 TI Mini ITX on Aorus Destiny 2 bundle page. I was curious if my card is valid to redeem destiny 2 bundle from gigabyte and I spotted a model number that looks like 1080TI Mini ITX from Gigabyte, GV-N108TIX-11GD   Yes, I know there's already 1080 TI 'Mini' from Zotac, but it's not ITX-sized, its ~210mm long!     Full page screenshot https://i.imgur.com/iT9kbhe.png   Link https://www.aorus.com/game_bundle.php?Page=84 (Login Required ;/)   Google won't find anything for this model number, while every other card model number leads at least to the gigabyte's page, so I assume it's unannounced yet. I also didn't find anything about 1080 TI mini from gigabyte either.   It looks like 1080TI Mini ITX to me because:   1) Gigabyte 1080 TI models are marked with 108T and 11GD marks the 11GB model like the base 1080TI:   GV-N108TAORUS-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-11GD#kf GV-N108TGAMING-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-11GD#kf GV-N108TTURBO-11GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TTURBO-11GD#kf   2) Gigabyte Mini ITX models are marked with IX:   GV-N1060IX-3GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IX-3GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1060IXOC-3GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IXOC-3GD#kf GV-N1060IX-6GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IX-6GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1060IXOC-6GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1060IXOC-6GD#kf GV-N1070IX-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070IX-8GD-rev-10#kf GV-N1070IXOC-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070IXOC-8GD#kf GV-N1080IX-8GD https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1080IX-8GD#kf   3) Gigabyte 1080 Mini ITX (GV-N1080IX-8GD) is also on that list, just higher between 1080's so it doesn't seem like a typo.   Am I late to the party for not knowing that Gigabyte is making 1080 TI Mini ITX ? Or did Aorus website really leak that info?
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    SaperPL reacted to Narnash in SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project   
    @ZeZke @ZombiPL
     
    So as I said sióme pic'S from the EVGA GTX 1080TI SC (Black Edition) in teh Sentry. (Imgur gallery)

     

    A bit of regular GPU sag in horizontal position. The clearance between the graphics card/fans and the side wall of the case are ~ 9 mm
     

    The EVGA GTX 1080 TI SC (BE) has arround 36 mm total clearance at the end of the card (to the front of the case) .
     

    Sorry for the bad picture. The hight or better the 6&8pin PCIe power plugs make a somewhat tight fit but they fit. These are the regular hight connectors of the SilverStone SFX Series SX500-LG PSU. Maybe 18 mm clearance in hight.
     
     
    Total size conclusion of the graphics card itself are L: 270 mm ; H: 42 mm (it's Dual Slot only!) ; W: 105 mm (which should also be regular PCIe spec)
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