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> phanteks p300 & thermaltake versa j21, good airflow?

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TSA.FAIDHI
post Dec 3 2018, 11:25 AM, updated 6 months ago

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phantek p300

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Thermaltake versa j21


i have cooler master 690 case but its already 6 years old and i thought i want to change new case which is phanteks p300 or thermaltakde versa j21 but im not sure the airflow is good. anyone already has any experience with p300 or versa j21?

my pc setup:

mobo: msi x99 raider
cpu: i7 5820k (air cooler)
gpu: gtx 780 gigabyte (stock cooler)
ram: 16gb


cm 690 temperature that i currently use:

CPU
idle: 45C
load: 69C

gpu
idle: 40C
load: 70C

thank you



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post Dec 4 2018, 03:22 PM

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wrong section...
ini desktop cusomization is WINDOWS desktop...

btw dat casing looks like garbage airflow...


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TSA.FAIDHI
post Dec 4 2018, 03:35 PM

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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Dec 4 2018, 03:22 PM)
wrong section...
ini desktop cusomization is WINDOWS desktop...

btw dat casing looks like garbage airflow...
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is it? sweat.gif lol
im not really active here. also dont know how to change the section haha.

yeah....phanteks p300 only can put 2 front, 1 back, 1 top. compare to cm690 2 front, 1 side, 1 bottom, 2 top, 1 back. but i can only spend rm250 top

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post Dec 25 2018, 10:42 PM

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Im using Thermaltake Versa J21
i had tried two setup and ending up with the #1 for better airflow/cooler cpu/gpu/mobo

*take note that im using msi 1080ti duke oc, but underclock + set up max temp of 65c to reduce temp.
* only play dota & warframe
* most heavy on video editing / rendering
* test done after few frames of dota.

#1
120mm AIO radiator for CPU
Setup : 120mm AIO radiator for CPU as back exhaust, 2 top exhaust fan, 3 front intake fan

idle cpu : 35-40c
idle gpu : 38c
idle mobo : 40c
on cpu load only, cpu reach 60c.
on gpu load , gpu temp is around 55c, cpu up to 50c, mobo up to 50c.
manage to get good air flow to push out heat .
cpu goes up abit as radiator gets heat up.
crank up fan for back exhaust (radiator) does cool cpu up further
but case does not warm up as below #2.

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#2
I am using 240mm AIO radiator for CPU.
Versa J21 can only mount 240mm radiator at front (top will definitely blocked by RAM height - Trident Z non rgb).

Tested a few combinations, all end up with the radiator got heat up when gpu on load.
Cant push heat out quickly enough, causing mobo + cp to heat up.

idle cpu : 34-38c
idle gpu : 38c
idle mobo : 40c
On CPU load : CPU goes up to 48-53degrees
On GPU load : GPU up to 60-65degrees , CPU goes up to 60degrees, mobo up to 60degrees
can feel the casing/tempered glass very hot
open up tempered glass reduce temp alot

tested combinations below, all about the same. best temp result without opening glass was #iii (as per above).
#i CPU 240mm AIO radiator as intake + 2 top exhaust + 1 back exhaust
#ii CPU 240mm AIO radiator as exhaust + 2 top exhaust + 1 back intake
#iii CPU 240mm AIO radiator as exhaust + 2 top exhaust + 1 back intake + 2 fan to cool mobo (as per photo below)


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TSA.FAIDHI
post Jan 7 2019, 12:14 PM

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QUOTE(A.FAIDHI @ Jan 7 2019, 12:14 PM)
thanks for your detail feedback. actually i already bought phanteks p300 and i have a weird result
my currently fan setup:

2x 140mm noctua industrial
1x  120mm top cooler master sickleflow exhaust
1x 120mm phanteks stock fan rear exhaust

cpu cooler: xigmatek loki II (air cooler)
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idle cpu: 40
load cpu: 70

idle gpu:40
load gpu: 70
one night i try to experiment my gpu tempt playing overwatch while turn off both my front intake (only turn on fan top and rear as exhaust). then my gpu tempt around 67-70 confused.gif

my guessing right now too much intake while my exhaust fan not fast enough to take out the hot air. my only solution right now need to change exhaust fan
but yeah...actually gpu tempt at 70c its pretty good. wow for gpu at 55C is good

120mm AIO cooler do any good? i never try any AIO cooler and i read it somewhere it said once the tempt go high it will take time to cool back. Again never try myself

hmmm... i think i want to diy and put extra fan at the at the outside bottom rear case (near to graphic card) as exhaust fan but need to check first when i get home
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