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  1. Hi everyone. Just wanted to get some recommendations on cases that can fit the h150i PRO XT (360mm AIO) as a front intake and with tubes down? Tubes down is a must as recently a lot of info going around about incorrectly front mounting AIO with the tubes up. I'm also using a 2080ti (305mm length) which the tubes will need to navigate around. I was looking at Phanteks P500A and Cooler Master H500 but hard to tell if there's enough space and tube length for the H150 to reach the bottom. Suggestions would be much appreciated! I know there is also the option for top exhaust which solves the tubes problem, but worried this will make my CPU too hot especially as I'm using the very hot i9900k and 2080ti GPU. My Specs CPU Intel i9 9900k GPU ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB ROG Strix OC Edition Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 64 GB (4x16GB) DDR4 3000 MHz C15 Storage Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1 TB Motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero (Wi-Fi) Z390 Cooler AIO Corsair H150i Pro XT PSU 750W Corsair HX Series HX750 Many thanks in advance for any help! Stef
  2. Hi All, I bought a new H115i RGB Platinum last week. Once installed it was clear there was a large anount of air stuck in the pump. When running on quiet profile in iCUE this was audible over all my case fans. The noise sounds like a constant ticking or crackling. As other have suggested I took the cooler off and gave it a good tap and shake to try and dislodge any air pockets. This did not help. I then returned the unit to amazon and they sent me a new one. Upon installing the new one it had exactly the same problem. Quiet mode and balanced mode profiles were extremely noisy with the pump turning silent when put in extreme mode. Both myself and my father have owned over 6 AIO's from corsair and never experienced this level of noise from a pump. Again as others have suggested this noise goes away when the case is layed flat.I am mounting the 280mm rad in the front of the case (275R) with the tubes at the top (higher than the pump). Can anyone give me any confidence in buying a 3rd cooler? I suspect amazon wouldnt let me return a 3rd one. I was temped to buy the H115i Pro XT but I am pretty sure its the exact same CoolIT pump design and could have a similar problem. Thanks in advance for any advice or thoughts!
  3. Hello! I'm figuring out a build for my work (primarily a laptop repair center) and would like to put a RAID 10 array into an Air 540 case. The case fits all of our other needs perfectly, however it only comes from the factory with support for 2x 3.5" disks and 4x 2.5" disks. The build will be utilizing an M.2 for fast storage, so I don't need any 2.5" disks, and we have no expansion cards either (although we'd like to be able to have access to at least one slot when necessary). Is there some sort of internal enclosure out there we can get to replace the 4x 2.5" enclosure to facilitate this? Or some other workaround you can think of? Thanks!
  4. Hi all, on the RM650x, does the fan blow air inside the PSU or does it blow hot air out?
  5. 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.
  6. Hi all, again with stupid question but now the confusing part is delivered by ... corsair and two pages: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2015/april/corsair-hydro-series-cpu-cooler-decoder-ring-and-case-compatibility-chart According to this one Carbide Air 240 should be able to take 280 cooler solution (there is Corsair Hydro Series H110i GT mentioned). ok I have "smaller" H115i ... then I check product site and we have this: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/carbide-series-air-240-arctic-white-high-airflow-micro-atx-and-mini-itx-pc-case where there is not mentioned H115I or H110i GT (and the max is H100i, H105) what is the answer ? will it fit or not. Note: I have everything - case (new) - too big gtx (will check if it fit) - cooling solution 2x140 steps to be done : buy mobo but not sure if I should stick to my old case (and follow ATX) or this fancy super looking Carbide Air 240 (with mATX) Note: I cannot check it by myself as it's used in server 24/7 solution. Please help me with the cooler information !:)
  7. Hi, I happily own a 250D whit whom I'm currently playing: I am upgrading it with some spare and new parts. From other things I've tought about replacing the two stock fans (140 mm on the front and 120 mm on the side) with new ones. But I have a doubt that's keeping me from shopping for them. My doubt regards the front intake fan: since it is covered by the dust panel filter and, externally, by the front hard panel of the case, should I focus on AF fans or ones with strong static pressure? I'm pretty new with the job of building a pc, this is my first project. Any kind advice is much appreciated, thank you all. (I't is awkward to say but I'm sorry for my english, it is not my language and I don't know it very well.)
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