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Old 06-29-2020, 12:23 AM
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Can someone tell me how these are made? I need to design my set up and this would help out tremendously.
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Zotty used MSPaint.
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Old 06-29-2020, 01:09 AM
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Thanks for the response.

That’s a little out of my scope. I guess I’m going to have to wing it until I get it right.
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If you post here any questions or specific issues you have then there are loads of folks here who will help guide you in the right direction, you don't need to be an "artiste" like Zotty to get the right build up and running !
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^^ Definitely.
Even if you have a hand drawn mess that you scan and upload, we won't judge and guide you where you need to be. ;)
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Thank you.

Trying to figure out these fans is a pain.

I have 3 QL RGB 120's on the front of my case.
2 QL RGB 120's running push/pull through my AIO on the front of my case.
2 QL RGB 140's on the top of my case and a QL RGB 120 on the rear.

The fact that I can't get a 360mm Corsair AIO in white has messed up my plans for this build. I'm forced to use a 2 fan AIO from Corsair and it looks terrible because of the size.

I'm seriously considering going with a different company for my AIO so I can get what I need. I just don't want to have to use a different software to run it. I like using all Corsair hardware for my RGB.

If I knew how to disassemble my AIO without ruining it, I'd buy an aftermarket 360mm radiator, have it painted white and install it on the Corsair AIO that I have.

I never knew building a computer could give a person brain damage!
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^^ Definitely.
Even if you have a hand drawn mess that you scan and upload, we won't judge and guide you where you need to be. ;)

Here's the lay out. The 5 fans on the AIO will be replaced with QL's tomorrow. I ordered the wrong ones originally and am waiting on replacements.
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