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DJ RicklePick

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About DJ RicklePick

  • Birthday 06/25/1995
  1. Hey all, im in a lot of pc groups and im constantly asked how i set up my icue profile, so i make a basic youtube video to try to help people understand a little better and im posting my profiles here so other people can use them for their own build, feel free to download!!! video is here [ame] [/ame] and profiles should be down below! for those who dont already know, to install the icue profile, you click on the 3 horizontal bars next to "profiles" on the top left, then click the arrows, then install the profile from the downloads Icue purple and teal.cueprofile Icue purple and green.cueprofile
  2. Heres a couple pictures of my build. I just finished it a couple days ago. **Dont mind the 1070, im trying to upgrade to the 3080 or 3080ti(if or when it drops) but who knows when thatll be lol
  3. I have been searching for a while, and even searched in here but cant seem to find dimensions for the tubing used for the h150i aio. I want to sleeve the tubes to add a little more color to my case but am not sure what diameter i need to buy. I suppose it wouldnt really matter because i will be using split sleeves and will wrap the tubes. But id still like to know lol. If any of you know off the top of your head id appreciate it.
  4. Lol. I wanted to make my build stand out a little so i splattered green and purple paint inside the case before i installed. I was really happy i was able to put the 360mm rad in the other side compartment, and i zip tied the tubes closer to the top of the mb to keep them out of the way. The side and bottom fans are intake, and the top is exhaust. I also took and old computers cpu cooler fan i had laying around and put it in the back for an extra exhaust fan.(dwarf fan) Im happy with how it all came out.
  5. Finally got it put together. It was difficult to cable manage but its on and everything works lol. Thanks for the help
  6. Thanks again, im going to start putting the build together tomorrow, still waiting on my psu to come in the mail (itll be here Tuesday) but ill look for the x570 forum and post in there if i have more questions.
  7. Thank you! That’s exactly what i wanted to know lol. I really appreciate the reply and sharing your knowledge. This is my first elaborate build, my last one just had 4 fans, not nearly this much extra bs lol Have you had any experience with that splitter you tagged? The reviews say it fried a cammander pro and another said it lit on fire. I already have over 2k into this computer and obviously the last thing anyone wants is something starting on fire in a brand new build. The rzxt also has a lot of shotty reviews too. I was going to buy this http://Rocketek Motherboard USB 2.0 9pin Header 1 to 4 Extension Hub Splitter Adapter - Converter MB USB 2.0 Female to 4 Female - 30CM USB 9-pin Internal Cable 9 pin Connector Adapter Port Multiplier https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085KVH16T/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_W3FPBZ3MZDJHZBYFBHAK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 But if this wont work then ill have to find another solution lol.
  8. I have (3) 3 packs of QL120s, the h150i capellix, a commander pro, and the led kit. I should have way more connectors than i need, right? My thoughts on this was: Aio controls the 3 ql120s. The rgbs go to 1 rgb fan hub 6 ql120s go to 2nd rgb fan hub. And are powered by the commander. Both hubs connect to the commander pro. The leds go to the node pro and connect to the commander pro. (Or can they plug into the 2nd hub?) But i was already thinking about getting the usb extension/splitter. When you say “powered usb” does that mean not plugged into the mobo directly? Please elaborate, I haven’t built to many computers so im trying to understand what your saying.
  9. https://m.imgur.com/4FwtdFi If i follow this setup, can i just remove the fan #4 on the left (ill have 9 fans) and plug the Corsair led strips into the commander pro?
  10. Hello all! Im new here and just wanted to ask for some advice, im building a new computer and im trying to keep it all Corsair (or as much as i can) So heres what i got for the build so far: Lian Li O11dx case Msi mpg x570 gaming pro carbon Ryzen 9 3900x Corsair vengeance pro rgb 32gb (2x16gb) 3600mhz Corsair h150i elite capellix cpu cooler (360mm) Samsung 980 pro 1tb ssd Seagate barracuda 4tb hd Thermaltake toughpower grand rgb 850w Corsair ql120 rgb fans (3-3 packs) Corsair lighting node pro (led strips) Corsair commander pro Xpg argb extension cables (24pin and 8pin) I want to know how to get all the corsair products to run on icue and not have any issues at all and using as few usb ports on my mb as possible. Ive done a lot of research and i cant seem to find my exact situation and a lot of people are just using fans and an aio, not in addition to the led strips. So ill be running the h150i (with stock fans replaced with ql120s), 6 additional QLs, the leds, and possibly the xpd rgb extension cables (if they are supported). From the diagrams ive seen, it seems that most people link the individual rgb fan headers to the hubs, and the hubs to the commander pro, and the commander pro to the mb and sata. Would i need a usb splitter as well since my mb only has 2 usb ports? will i need a sata splitter? Am i missing something here? Or would i be on the right track? Any and all help will be truly appreciated. Thank you all!
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