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Comment reply on makerester111's Completed Build: (2nd Build) Post Winery Work Madness

  • 23 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes, but only a 240mm Radiator, not a 280mm.

Comment reply on makerester111's Completed Build: (2nd Build) Post Winery Work Madness

  • 23 months ago
  • 1 point

Nah I didn't, I sold my previous PC.

Comment reply on makerester111's Completed Build: (2nd Build) Post Winery Work Madness

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

Reviews + the last PC Part Picker official build that used the 570x case. Thanks !

Comment reply on makerester111's Completed Build: (2nd Build) Post Winery Work Madness

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

Oh really?

Do you've some pics/a completed build?

I bought a 280 kraken then decided against it, thought it would sit offset/wonky on the front after finding I couldnt fit it up top!

Comment reply on makerester111's Completed Build: (2nd Build) Post Winery Work Madness

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

Can add some more pics in two weeks for you ! Anything in particular you'd like to see?

Totally understand everyone's grief about cables, but I also don't really care. Making it look neater does nothing for performance and there's 3 or 4 that don't have a lot of slack to be able to reach where they need to go. My priority was basically making sure a few cables weren't leaning on components/into fans. The less I play around touching the insides of the computer for a cosmetic nuance the better I reckon !

Comment reply on ax86gamingsystems's Completed Build: AX86 Monster "Threadripper" System

  • 24 months ago
  • 2 points

Aw geez,

How did you get your fans RPM to match?

My pull fans will be on a light controller connected to the mobo, however the pull fans will be connected directly to the cpu cooler.

I assume I have to hook them both up to the same place, or have a central point of control?

Comment reply on ax86gamingsystems's Completed Build: AX86 Monster "Threadripper" System

  • 24 months ago
  • 2 points

Awesome!

Thanks for response.

Sounds like a dumb q but do you need to change how the fans operate for the push pull method at all?

Or pretty much just make sure they're all are facing the same way right?

Cheers

Comment reply on ax86gamingsystems's Completed Build: AX86 Monster "Threadripper" System

  • 25 months ago
  • 2 points

Hi !

Just wondering about the radiators of the graphics cards,

have they been arrange as HD120 fans at the front, then radiator, then another fan behind it?

Didn't realise you could have this arrangement, thought it just sat behind the main fan !

Thinking of getting this card myself and was worried my LL120's might not be good enough fans for the radiators, but if I can have a LL120, the radiator then another fan that would be more beneficial right?

Cheers for any insights !

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