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About thrasher_565

  • Title
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 1998-05-31

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    victoria bc
  • Interests
    computer, paintball, videogames
  • Occupation
    stock shelves


  • CPU
    i5 6600k
  • Motherboard
    z270 mark 1
  • RAM
    16gb corsair dominator platinum 3000mhz
  • GPU
    Gtx 1080 gigabite g1 winforce
  • Case
    thermaltake core wpp200
  • Storage
    mushkin ssd 480gb
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650i
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GL2450
  • Cooling
    noctua d15
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    red Logitech Mx 510
  • Operating System
    windows 7

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  1. i found a cable that will let you use the gigabit rgb for more useful stuff....i have yet to see an gigabit rgb device with the vdg.... i found something cheaper with the vdg cable adapter also comes with the gigabit adapter
  2. well it has 3 but all 3 use different connectors so your have to make your own cables to use the others. i don't no what the max amps each port has but it gets its power from sata. so you could just add a splitter if you got a few argb devices. there is no other convert out there so this is it. unless you want to go usb.
  3. if you have to put it in that case what i would do is remove the usless dvd drive, move the hhd some were els and uses a pcie cable. then its a mater will it fit and how to mount it to the case. this gpu mount looks like it might work and mount it to the back to the mb. but ths will cost more then just getting a different case.... witch the point was to do it cheap i guess. or... cases are like free or cheap like $5-10 used so..... i found this... not in English another one ya
  4. well they make desk power buttons but if you want to make your own a Vandal Momentary Power Switch works and you can wire 2 of them together so both have to be pushed in to work.
  5. ya np. i was going to buy it and still might. if you do get it let me no how to hook it up to rgb. i have corsair ecosystem so no rgb only argb but there is a convertor to go rgb so ill have to get that costly but only option. other option is to go aqua computer as they support corsair fans and have both rgb and argb.
  6. i don't get what your looking for but this might help... silver silver ring silver dot
  7. did you even watch the video? liquid metal dose nothing for a gpu... the gpu dose not have a heat spreader like a cpu witch is the problem with cpus. the gpu is a naked die and no problems with heat transfer.
  8. my gpu dose this..... i have to manually uses msi afterburner ad set the fan curve above 50degrees.....
  9. looks like your mb only has 1 rgb 12v header above the 24pin. and looks like the read dragon fans are also rgb but they probably have generic connectors on it that probably go in to a controller that should have 4pin cable if it supports mb. im just guessing a pic of the controller would help. i did find this if this is the fans and controller website
  10. what is it? is it argb or rgb? better info is need thx
  11. welcome to the Grade a of mb software.
  12. sounds like corsair software the best. thermaltake is more simple. i don't no about aquacomputer and there Farbwerk. cooler master controllers and software sucks. there also lamptron but only has a few presests. Airgoo is the only generic controller i could find with software. you could uses a non software controllers that's has many more presets up to 1000 is the highest i found. there also ones you can program if you no how to. other then that Arduino you can program anything with it. ek might be making one too but no idea if its just a controller or with software but there out of stock or something. its called the loop 51
  13. connecting 1 strip to another strip just makes its longer. connecting 1 strip to 1 controller port meas that strip can be addressed. if you want another strip address you need another port. the port can be on a controller or mb header. rgb 12v meams all leds light up the same color all at once. argb 5v means each set of leds (normal 3) can be set to a color a hub or spliter is not a controller port it just duplicate the port so w/e color is run on that port will also run on the hub or spliter