Hey guys, I already have a NCASE M1 and was running it as my gaming rig. Had some i5 CPU and a Titan X in there with a custom water loop and 2x 240mm radiators. I remember things getting too hot in there for my taste even after installing the second radiator. At the moment I am running 1080 SLI with also 2x 240mm radiators in a Jonsbo UMX4 case. SLI worked for me very well for the one game I wanted it for (Witcher 3), but not so good for other games and not at all for even others. I am already thinking about the next upgrade of my rig and don't think I want to go for SLI again. I need to have enough GPU power to fuel a LG 38" 21:9 monitor with almost 4K resolution, but I think a single GPU of the upcoming generation should be fine. So I was thinking about reviving the NCASE M1 and build in there again. I know this case very well. But maybe I would have the same temperature problems again. Because of the compactness of the case the bottom radiator can't perform very well and assuming the next top end GPU model will be a 250W model again plus CPU and RAM there will be ~350W to cool. Rule of thumb is 120mm rad surface per 100W. With 480mm in sum in the NCASE, while knowing that the bottom rad will not perform very well, this might not be ideal, like it was not in the past. I also threw an eye on the new Phanteks Shift case. Since I find the X version too large, the non X version is the only one I am interested in. They say it is built with AIO water-cooling in mind. But I would like to cool the CPU with air only and use the 2x120mm radiator spots only for the GPU. I didn't figure out yet how exactly I would set up the water loop for the GPU - pump/block on GPU, or separate pump above the bottom radiator, but I am pretty sure there is a way to do it. Because the 2x 120mm radiators would only have to cool the GPU, they should be just enough for a 250W model. Still, with my rule of thumb, there is a delta of about 50W that needs to be compensated with higher fan speeds. So, I am undecided between both possibilities. The problem with cooling do have both. What do you think?