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Re: RJ's Beast (Corsair 1000D) 2018/11/07 22:23:00 (permalink)
That is a massive case. Nice!

 
 
 
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Re: RJ's Beast (Corsair 1000D) 2018/11/07 23:32:49 (permalink)
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Got this yesterday evening:
 







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Re: RJ's Beast (Corsair 1000D) 2018/11/08 11:05:07 (permalink)
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Got this yesterday evening:
 







Thanks

Specs: AMD 1920X Threadripper, Samsung SM961 M.2, 32GB Corsair RGB Vengeance,  ASRock X399 Taichi MB, Corsair 1000D PC case



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Re: RJ's Beast (Corsair 1000D) 2018/11/08 16:43:37 (permalink)
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The H115i Platinum is not like the H115i pro. The TR4 adapter bracket is in the box by default.
 
The ambient temp in my room is 20C. Current temp at full CPU load is 59C.
 
https://www.corsair.com/e...atinum/p/CW-9060038-WW




 
That is nice to hear, but they still fail to provide full Coverage to the Lid, Leaving more head room for cooling on the Higher count Core chips and or overclocking


The H115i platinum has a slight larger base than the previous model. If Corsair ever decides to make a newer 360 AIO then that would be my next investment. 




That would be ideal


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