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Comment reply on 13hchen's Completed Build: My very first Watercooled Custom Build Core P90

  • 17 months ago
  • 1 point

This is a legit p0rn0graphy xD love it

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

Sorry for a late response, i used CPU_fan1 when i first put build together, but after replacing my kraken x62 with new one (water pomp died on the firs one, although i dont think malfunction was related to the fact that it was connected to that particular header) i plugged it in Pump_Fan1 connector and its been there ever since. i dont think it make much of a diffrence though, Im not using moderboard software/bios to control fun and pump rpm, im using Nzxt Cam and it does really good job. But i still recommend using Pump_Fan1 just to be safe :)

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Kido v2

  • 22 months ago
  • 2 points

Sorry for a late reply, both blacks are not far off, monitor black is slightly brighter greyish kind of black but you don`t really notice that unless you really have a close look in a bright sun light. So answering you're question, yes there is a slight difference but definitely nothing that will put you off. For me its a perfect match :P

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 23 months ago
  • 1 point

yeah there is connector for LED on mobo and i believe its corsair link that you use to customize leds. No ram clearance issues there with this cooler i had single tower cooler installed there for brief moment and i had no issues there as well. There is "Msi Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC" that have wifi card included,the one i have dint have it as didn't had need for it as it it on Ethernet cable all the time

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 23 months ago
  • 1 point

I didn't had to delid it no, and managed to get it with fairly low voltage too. I guess it depends on how lucky you get with your sample, but from what I'm hearing its not rare to hit 5Ghz with this chips

Comment reply on MishyMooh's Completed Build: Bubblegum Build

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build mate +1 from me ;P

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

you're right yours is similar, great part selection though. That fan on the back of the case, it is not like i had to force anything it was a tight fit yes but i wouldn't risk damaging components. When i was installing that fan, when i aligned holes on the case with fan they where little bit off like 1 maybe 2 mm of the center but as i screwed it in it went fine i didn't felt like i was doing some damage or putting to much pressure on it. And yes it sucks it covers that carbon bit and gaming pro writing :P

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

It is really hard to measure its width while its installed in the case so I'm not gonna make false statement here I measured it and its roughly 55mm +/- 2mm in its tallest point. The IO cover it's actually around 1cm wider/taller than IO shield itself, and that's measured from motherboard pcb, sorry for not giving clear answer..

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah I know it is thigh fit, I'm lucky I got everything on there :p considering I did not measured anything either a desk or case or monitor before buying lol

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

I will have a look tonight and will measure it for you. To make it easier for me when installing mobo I removed fan placed mobo and than fixed fan back on, and I got to say it was a snug fit.

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

thank you :)

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Coffee Lake i7 Upgrade

  • 24 months ago
  • 2 points

i'v actually have strix headphones on the wall, and i got asus ROG monitor witch is in the part list. Plus i like this wallpaper :)

Comment reply on Aphrenedge's Completed Build: *Zero Suit Samus* - Lian Li 1080 TI Wall Mounted Build

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

that monitor though.. its a beauty! Congrats on the build +1

Comment reply on LordDiddyDot's Completed Build: Theseus' Paradox

  • 35 months ago
  • 3 points

good job there, congrats on the build +1

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Kido v2

  • 36 months ago
  • 2 points

thanks to you all! :) id only wish i had better camera to take pictures with, it would have been so much nicer. And to put cheery on the cake i think i might get a new kraken x62 on some point in the near future

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Microlab F?C330"

  • 39 months ago
  • 1 point

So does that disqualify them as pc speekers and if so does it mean they cannot be added on this site?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Microlab F?C330"

  • 39 months ago
  • 1 point

inputs on the sub are RCA. To a pc you connect 3.5mm jack

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Kido

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Well, In my opinion it was really good, and relatively easy to build with. But It's hard to say really because you see it was my first build. The only downsides I can think of maybe it would be nice to have rubber shroudes where you feed power supply cables through. And there's no hole for 8pin power connector above motherboard usually on the left top. So 8pin cable goes above motherboard and joins 24pin. And last thing I have to point out are the pci-e expansion slots covers that you have to break out in order to instal gpu etc. (you can buy spare covers to replace them) Apart from all that, I would still recommend even for first time builders, (plenty of space at the back for that cable management) and it's extremely good looking case! Hope that's somehow helpful :)

Comment reply on qbqurdi's Completed Build: My Kido

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

thank you! I definitely will :)

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