dual gpu setup, case recommendation?


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ultimate99

I have a Vega 64 and rx570 with 0.5-1 slot space in between (gpus on 1st and 2nd pcie slots). Obviously, they run hot, especially when gaming or rendering. I don't want to have my case open, Lian Li dynamic O11 (1st gen), even though when I do, they're still hot. Having an GB Aorus Master motherboad, what would be a good option for case for the gpu to be on 1st and 3rd? Any ideas?

 

Would this be an option? https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08C74694Z/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_5?smid=A3DWYIK6Y9EEQB&psc=1

 

Looking at these pics, I don't know how the temps are like, look concerning.

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/kkP323

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/wXdmP6

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/dual-radeon-vii-5-1-build.2220238/?post=28154463#post-28154463

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+spikey_richie

Any ATX case will give you adequate space. After that, it's about maintaining positive-pressure air flow (fans at the front pulling air in) and personal taste. Personally, I prefer a Fractal Define R5.

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Sulphy

Have you considered maybe going for a dual chambered case instead?

I got this Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB High Airflow Tempered Glass ATX Smart Case

 

You may want to consider getting a few more fans, to put at the bottom of the case to push air from the bottom into the case (they will have to be upside down! I missed that step initially, so they blew air down 😛 )

 

Temps have been way better in my case with RTX2080Ti!

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Mindovermaster

I have a Fractal Design Define S2. Fractal Design cases are good. I have 3 of them, different specs.

 

Edit: Is your case free of dust? Might be running hot because it's clogged with dust.

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adrynalyne

Both of those cards run hot as it is.  The Vega 64 is a power draining heater. 


What is your fan setup? 

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