The heatsink has openings on both the top and bottom, means that a big part of the hot exhaust is going to the CPU/motherboard region.Alright guys, time to start compiling a list of which RTX 20 series gpu's will fit.
Sad to see the reference design is no longer a blower, nor do I trust third parties make a good vapor chamber based blower. But I get it, these are powerful gpu's and a blower probably couldn't reach both the performance and acoustic parameters Nvidia wanted.
The reference design should fit fine in Sentry though. I wish Nvidia went with longitudinal fins rather than lateral, that way some of the exhaust would be ejected out the back i/o. Beggars can't be choosers I suppose.
Definitely planning on cramming a 2080 Ti in Sentry.
Don't think it's very desirable for our cases.
I may get an Asus Turbo 2080 (Gotta wait for the benchmarks). Definitely not Ti for me...that shit is too expensive