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JonKrmr

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  1. I would put in a drain valve in the cooling loop......
  2. You can remove the HDD cage, the 360 AIO radiator will fit. That isn't a real picture of the case, it is a digital rendering.
  3. "I am not using the vertical GPU mount. I just did not like the look of the original blank cover plates and swapped them out for two that matched the other I/O plates."
  4. There hasn't been HDD LEDs on enthusiast cases in quite some time now. There isn't one because the case does not have a HDD LED.
  5. Looks authentic to me. What would make you think the are not genuine in the first place?
  6. Unfortunately, no. A 140mm fan will not fit on the rear exhaust fan position. 140mm fans would fit in the top however. You could put a 140mm fan top rear position and have it exhaust.
  7. Not recommended. Even if you got the same part number and revision number as your current sticks, they have not been tested to work together so you are taking chances they will not play nice with each other. Always recommended to buy memory in matched/tested kits.
  8. Does not matter which side is facing out, fits both ways but painted border side is the inside.
  9. You would want the 4x8GB matched and tested together kit. Never recommended to mix memory kits as there is no guarantee they will work together.
  10. Yes, drive does not go inside bracket. It goes on the outside of the bracket. The bracket's tabs will fit into slots and the thumb screw will screw into a threaded hole where the drive bracket mounts to the back side of the case. It will not fit on the case any other way.
  11. LEDs in the top of the res shorted? Seal in top of res leaking, causing short in LEDs up there? That's the only thing I can think of that would do that.
  12. You have the drive on the wrong side of the plate. It goes on the other side.
  13. Between shipping, supply and manufacturing disruptions from the pandemic we are now also dealing with the normal interruption of manufacturing from Asian countries as they switch production management. They work off of production cycles with a break in between the cycles. Everything tech is out of stock for the most part and no one will be able to say for sure when they will get more. The shutdown in production from the pandemic, delays in transportation of the products from the pandemic and the normal production cycle lul from overseas has caused all the existing inventory here to dry up and everyone waiting for more shipments from overseas to arrive.
  14. Radiator size is not going to lower you GPU temp any more than it is now. GPU water block efficiency, water temp in loop and ambient temp in room are going to have a bigger effect on lowering GPU temp. The water temp in the loop will never get below the ambient temp in the room, no matter how big or how many radiators you have. More radiator surface only means the loop would be able to move more heat from the water\radiator to the surrounding air before becoming saturated and unable to keep up with removing heat from the water. FPI density of fins on rad and type of fan used are very important for efficiency of the radiator(s). A good 240mm radiator should be more than sufficient for a RTX 2080Ti unless it is an EVGA KingPin model......... As said before, 45c is pretty good for a RTX 2080Ti under load on water.
  15. It looks like it is valid Corsair memory but models for the Chinese market and possibly single sticks, not a tested pair kit but not sure. A search on the internet shows hits for Chinese web sites selling it. If they work together, should be OK. You can always contact Corsair support and they will be able to tell you for sure if they are valid.
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