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$115,048
pledged of 300.000 $pledged of 300.000 $ goal
74
backers
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Sun, March 25 2018 8:51 PM UTC +00:00

An Inferno prototype

Posted by Compulab Embedded Systems (Creator)
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It's time to show that Inferno can really cool 180W GTX 1080 and 91W 7700K.

For that we modded an existing Airtop2:

1. Double Air-tubes on each side

Double Air-tubes
Double Air-tubes

 2. Assembling the Inferno prototype

Assembling...
Assembling...

 3. Powering up. It's alive.

Powering up
Powering up

 4. Time for some stress-testing with a 4K display...

Furmark
Furmark

5. Benchmarking

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* The blue vane on the Inferno rotates by the airflow through the NAF air-tubes.

Summary:

  • Works quite well for a modded prototype. 
  • Perfectly usable. 
  • Proves the ability to passively cool 7700K + GTX 1080.
  • Still some tuning to do until it's a finished product.

We hope to show some gaming on tghe Inferno prototype later...

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