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Old 07-05-2019, 10:16 PM
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Default Build Upgrade, AIO/Fan questions.

I built my current system about 2 years ago consisting of:

Crystal 570X White
Ryzen 1600X
Asus Crosshair hero VI
32GB White Vengeance LPX 3200 (2x8GB)(White)
H60 120MM AIO
Asus Strix Vega 56
CX 650W PS(Maybe 750, can't remember)
2 generic 120MM fans I had lying around in the old case.

Setup is 3x stock SP120 in the front(intake)
H60 Top/front(Exhaust-Pull)
Generic 120MM Top/Back(Exhaust)
Generic 120MM Back/Exhaust.

It's time to upgrade, so monday I'll be grabbing a Ryzen 3000(which one is still tbd) along with a 570 Crosshair Hero 8.

I've been in love with the white H100i platinum SE since it's release to further the white theme of the build.

Would do configuration like this after upgrade;

240MM Rad Front/top (Pull)
120MM LL120 bottom(intake)
2xSP120MM Top/Exhaust
1xSP120MM Back/Exhaust.

Actually, since I need at least 1 LNP as well as 1 more white fan, I might as well grab a three pack of white LL120(with Node) instead of just the 1 and node and go with a push/pull on the AIO.

Problems with this setup?
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Old 07-05-2019, 11:57 PM
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No, seems OK. TBH, I'd look to replace those SP fans rather than go push-pull.
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