OCUK Tech Labs Chameleon Hardline Review
If you've got a NVMe drive like the Samsung 950 that beats at the heart of the Chameleon you would expect it to have some good performance, and good barely covers it. Unbelievable levels of performance is more like the case. 2GB/s read and 1GB/s write. Instant loading of nearly everything. Lush.
As you would expect from a system with such a thick radiator, large air flow and water cooling the temperatures are excellent. The beefy overclock means that the CPU is always a little warm, but the temperatures quickly plummet when there is less load placed upon it. These are the maximum temperatures you can expect to see in the most extreme of situations, not what it generally runs at.
That being said, nothing we could do would make the GTX 1080 go above 37°C. Run Unigine on maximum settings for an hour? Pah. It's milk and cookies for the Chameleon. Staggeringly good cooling.