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  1. Hey, i was wondering if a Corsair icue h150i rgb pro xt would fit inside a 4000d airflow. I know if it does it needs to be infront, with tubes up. Some people say it does and other says in dosent. I have seen pictures of it fitting. But im not quite sure
  2. I have two AIOs and dont know which to choose. The AIO will be topmounted in a Corsair 5000D Airflow case. Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT 3, 120 mm fans (ML120, no RGB) Only pumphead RGB 9 months old Corsair iCUE H115i ELITE CAPELLIX 2, 140 mm fans (ML140, RGB) RGB all over 1 month old My priorities are evenly split among: 33% Cooling performance 33% Noise 33% RGB Which AIO should i use and why? My setup is as follows: House: Corsair 5000D Airflow MoBo: Asus Rog Strix Z490-f gaming CPU: I9 10900K RAM: 4x8gb Corsair Dominator GPU: RTX 2060 (will be upgraded asap after the GPU shortage) PSU: Corsair RM1000i
  3. Hello, I have been using the H150i RGB PRO XT cooler for a few months. Last week I took the pump off to replace the thermal paste, when I put it back I broke one of the standoffs because I tightened it too much. There was no problem so far because it was my own fault. But when I wanted to buy a new standoff, I couldn't find it anywhere. It doesn't exist anywhere else in the world. I live in Turkey, so I first asked where I bought the cooler, and when I learned that they didn't sell the product, I called Corsair Turkey distributor, but they said they didn't sell it either. I sent an e-mail to Corsair global support and they did not respond to my e-mail for a week. I haven't been able to use my computer for 15 days and the only reason is that I can't find a $5-10 screw by Corsair anywhere. Even on their site it seems out of stock. Now my patience has run out and I will write here every day that I am not returned. Even now it's been about 15 days and still no standoffs. I would like to thank Corsair for this beautiful experience. The standoff I'm looking for is the one for the LGA1200. There are similar ones on Ebay and Amazon, but the dimensions they specify do not match the item I have. Please do not suggest non-original parts, as millimetric differences will cause contact problems with the processor. I bought a 115x type standoff and returned it.
  4. Hallo zusammen Neuer PC, H150i RGB PRO XT. Ich habe die Standard Lüfter ausgetauscht gegen die SP120 RGB PRO. Strom dieser 3 Lüfter ist verbunden via der Pumpe (1,2,3). Die RGB-Kabel sind zusammen mit den andern 5 Lüftern, via den HUBs aus den 3er-Sets, über einen Commander PRO angeschlossen. RGB funktioniert überall einwandfrei über iCUE. Mein Problem: Die drei Lüfter, welche über die Pumpe angeschlossen sind, kann ich nicht über iCUE "drosseln" oder eine Lüfterkurfe bearbeiten, auch keine Voreinstellungen auswählen, die geben immer gleich viel Gas um die 1300rpm... (die andern 5 Lüfter über Commander PRO hingegen schon). Hat jemand einen Vorschlag? - Alle 8 Lüfter sind SP120 RGB PROs - Ich hätte am Motherboard noch 3 Lüfterplätze frei - Commander PRO und Pumpe sind via USB am Motherboard angeschlossen
  5. Hello, this is my first post so please bear with me. I recently built my first pc and I purchased the 500D Case and the H150i RGB Pro XT that doesn't come with RGB fans. I bought 2 more LL120 fans and installed them, with the 3 LL120 fans that comes with the case installed on radiator of H150i. The fans were all working properly and had the default rainbow wave rgb lighting on them, until I downloaded iCue to try to customise it, and the RGB stopped. I later figured out the lighting channel stuff of the commander pro in the iCue software, yet only 3 of the 5 LL120 fans installed are lighting up (all 3 are the radiator fans). All the rgb headers are plugged into the rgb hub that comes with the 500D, 3 radiator fan headers for the AIO are plugged into the ports of fan headers of the H150i and the rest of the fans are plugged into the commander pro that comes with the 500D. Many thanks in advance for your help! Update: I figured it out the LED header of the rgb hub wasn't connected to the commander pro XD
  6. I'm upgrading my H115i Pro to an H150i RGB Pro XT and noticed the fan connectors are labeled 1, 2, and 3. I figure I should connect the middle fan to 2, but does it matter which fan I connect to 1 and 3? I assume these numbers are for RGB fan order, but since the Pro XT doesn't use RGB fans it doesn't matter. Is this correct? There's no mention of this in the manual. Thanks!
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