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  1. I'm thinking of upgrading, so will a Gigabyte AMD Threadripper TRX40 Designare PCIe 4.0 XL-ATX Motherboard fit the Air 740 ? Thanks for any answers beforehand.
  2. Has anyone had any great success with top and bottom dust filters on the Air 740? Where did you get your filters from? I am experimenting and know you can fit filters in the indented sections between the panel and the frame. The amount of metal to cling a magnetic filter to is extremely disappointing. The bottom in particular is very badly designed. The 140mm fan screw mounts are really in the way. I moved my arrangement around to have 140 fans on the front and 120 fans on the top and bottom and after market filters sit better. I am still wondering what you all have done though.
  3. Hello all, I just put together one masterpiece, an MSI Enthusiast Gaming XPower Z270 Titanium main board inside an Air 740 case with an AX1200i however - it doesn't want to power on! :mad: Upon my first thoughts, I plugged the power in and flipped the switch. I could then see my main board controls were glowing red (there are power/reset/overclock/etc buttons directly on this board). I pressed the power button itself on the board (not the case) and then - nothing, a flash of all led and fans, nothing - total loop. Frustrated, I began to investigate these same issues on this forum and started the following tests: 1. Turned off the power switch on the PSU and unplugged it. 2. Waited a few seconds, plugged it back in and flipped the switch - same result. 3. Peformed step 1 again, then disconnected everything from the PSU and repeat of step 2. 4. Now for self test, just a whirl of the fan and no led. Again, same. 5. This time, I unplugged the PSU only and depressed the power button to ensure the PSU was totally discharged. 6. Now I again, plugged PSU back in and flipped switch to on. Attempted self-test with different result - a moderate fan began to whirl for a 2-3 seconds and green led would appear for same time then turn off. Now I'm thinking, why didn't that work the first time I did the self-test? :grrr: Baffled, I reconnect everything with still, no boot or should I say non-boot loop. I then thought that maybe my PSU was actually faulty (as there are tons of people with issues on these and the manual offers little troubleshooting). I then used the first sticky in troubleshooting a power supply on this forum. I once again, rinse and repeat of power cycle with nothing connected now but ATX cable and I disconnect it from main board. I then connect pins 15/16 with paper clip and this time connect nothing but fans (three Corsair SP120RGB via included controller) (only led power, as fans themselves go to the board). Now, I flip the switch and I get a different result. Upon this, I see no LED from the fans - my self test led goes green then solid red. If I am correct, does that mean this small load is functional? :confused: If so, I tried checking all my connections and they are solid to this board. It is a Corsair Air 740 case so I have a ton of room even with the H80i CPU cooler. I have not bothered to connect a GPU since I cannot get even the basics to boot. This is a new Core i7-7700k with Corsair 2x8GB DDR43200 RGB Vengeance installed in slots 2/4 as per the MSI manual. The main board is defaults so it shouldn't have any OC settings yet. As this is a completely new build, I'm not sure what to do from here. Would anyone assist me with some ideas of what I can do to check if the PSU is actually functioning as expected or do I need to do an RMA? How long is the RMA process if it is?
  4. Hello, I just purchased the air 740 for one awesome MSI Xpower Z270 mainboard which will run my four GTX 1080TI GPU's via AX1200i. I am a little baffled with all of the cables that I thought would be clean here. I see there is a mode button, which appears to perform the same functions as the controller that came with my three SP120 RGB fans. I'd like to connect all of these and control them via that mode button (Considering someone spending $4000 on good hardware, this should be in the manual but is not). I'm going to be monitoring all of this jazz with the Corsair Link software, because for one - I'm running mining software and two - why not, this stuff should all work together. So what do I need to actually connect to make that button work and not use the three buttons that are clearly meant for inside the case? If I should add LED strips, where would those go or should I buy that controller? What to do as I have no information as to the case or controller to connect them?
  5. Edit Album | Edit Pictures Corsair AIR 740 "Golden 2017 Build" This build is meant to show off Corsair's latest enthusiast gaming products. This build is stable fast, with a focus on clean design. I have chosen proven reliable components, gained best performance value, while still being a enthusiast build. I wanted to focus on the Corsair colors and keep the scheme conservative enough to still be acceptable by the mainstream, but innovative enough with colors and design to still raise eyebrows. The build is in a "test" phase currently and will be getting a full EK water loop based on the X360 Kit & the TitanFC nickel/plexi blocks with a clear manifold. Yellow EK coolant as well. I wanted to post the build guide so far and to hopefully get some feedback from the forum users. I plan to debut this build @ Quakecon 2017 ! (test benchmark for CPU - will have the SLI 980tis on the finished build - Stable @ 4.9Ghz @ 1.38) http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11563028
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