Hi, I'm still at 2 cards myself. But considering the 1080 Ti founders edition basically hits its thermal limit even with only 1 card in open air configuration ( https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/2830-nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-fe-review-and-game-benchmarks/page-3 , and I'm seeing similar), I expect it to be more of the same with 4 cards...
Also check this out regarding the general requirement for "blower" style cards when doing quad GPU:
Hey Josh, FWIW here's the link to my similar build with the new TR4 cooler master cooler. Turned out great! https://pcpartpicker.com/b/4HsZxr
Hey Furry, thanks for the comment. That’d be great news because it otherwise looked like a really nice cooler from all the “initial” reviews. Maybe it was just an easy swap of the coolant? Haha yep linux, Wendell has some really good videos!
Thanks skyrise, I really love this case, really simple and well done. The hangers for the side panels are the best.
Thanks Anton, they both seem to be working great so far.
I was stuck in the same spot. Thank goodness the coolermaster TR4 editions JUST went live for sale on newegg. (Enermax no good due to poor design/early failures, Corsair not an option since TR4 brackets indefinitely out of stock; NZXT would actually be OK but they only have older 5th gen asetek pumps and no TR4-optimized full coverage cold plate)
Great setup, thanks for sharing. Did you know that you can apply for academic GPU grants directly from NVIDIA? The approval rate is quite high. Good luck with your projects!