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Naijin

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About Naijin

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Pc hardware, Skyforge, Diablo 3, FSX, soaring

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    Asus GL702ZC
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR4
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon RX 580
  • Case
    Laptop
  • Storage
    240GB M.2 + 4 TB Seagate Barracuda
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 28ue590 4K
  • Mouse
    MSI DS100
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Looks great in specs as well. Comes with 3 fans, plenty of room for radiator and fans on top. You could even remove part of the front panel and top panel for increased airflow, while still keeping the looks. I don't think many cases allow this.
  2. Was thinking the same, except that the P400A mesh panels are only available in black and white, while I've got the titanium gray P400S, bit afraid it won't suit the rest of the case colours
  3. Right now my pc is installed in a Phanteks P400S (titanium) for a year. I'm looking for something new that improves airflow (400S is restricting), but can't really find something that suits me. I'm using an ATX motherboard, Corsair 280mm H115i Pro and Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 64 (310mm length). I'd like to put the radiator on top and get a case with some RGB lighting that I can control via Corsair iCue or Gigabytes RGB Fusion. Currently looking at the Corsair iCue 465X, but this doesn't allow the 280mm radiator and fans on top, only the front. Any other suggestions?
  4. Well, since I have all parts lying around to make a NAS, and these 2 coolers. I don't really want to spend money on it
  5. So I've got this HP Omen 120mm AIO loop for free, as it had a broken pump (wiring the pump to different headers on different pc's does nothing). I have some spare components lying around and could use the AIO in an NAS. Would it be wise to use it without a pump, using only a fan in push/pull configuration? It's either this or the stock intel cooler. Suggestions welcome!
  6. See my previous post for a solution by Cooler Master, an internal wired RGB controller called C10L.
  7. Just found the C10L wired RGB controller by Cooler Master and ordered it. Cost me € 16 including shipping. It's an internal controller, which I don't need to control often so it's perfect for me. Thanks for the help!
  8. I have a pc with an MSI Z170A SLI Plus and an i7 6700k, now I replaced the stock cooling with a Deepcool Gammaxx L120 RGB. The cooler works fine, only I can't use the lighting since I don't have a 4-pin RGB header. Would it be possible to control those fans with some sort of RGB controller that works on USB? I can't seem to find many good sources of information on this. Any suggestions? Build looks pretty bald without the cooler's LED's :D
  9. I have a pc with an MSI Z170A SLI Plus and an i7 6700k, now I replaced the stock cooling with a Deepcool Gammaxx L120 RGB. The cooler works fine, only I can't use the lighting since I don't have a 4-pin RGB header. Would it be possible to control those fans with some sort of RGB controller that works on USB? I can't seem to find many good sources of information on this. Any suggestions? Build looks pretty bald without the cooler's LED's
  10. Safe mode works fine? Try a system restore point to about 5 days prior to your issue.
  11. I work at a large store which is Platinum partner with HP. For consumer (pavilion,...) and business (probook/elitebook/...) we can fully test the laptop and order the same part that broke down. Most of the time, it is a hard drive or motherboard. Any part is possible however. One thing to note, is that when someone wants to claim warranty on a faulty laptop, it has to be in "normal use condition", which basically means, no damage by either opening themselves (warranty stickers), broken screen, scratches or dents which can lead to the defect. When we send smartphones back to a repair center, we can get a price of we don't notice a crack in the screen or rear glass for example. They will point any defect to that crack in glass/screen or bit of falling damage and not repair it under warranty. TL;DR warranty is very complex and the manufacturer will most likely notice damage and not fix it under warranty, if you have to send the laptop/etc back. MSI is a very tough one on that which can even say a laptop is dead with water damage for having one tiny dried up drop of sweat on a key on the keyboard (this has happened to us) Edit: reasons for warranty: Not booting, no screen, no backlight, HP diagnostics or Dell diagnostics test fails on a component, not charging, dead battery, ... Anything is possible as long as it's an internal hardware component, broken keyboard keys aren't covered under warranty for example.
  12. You do have some good points. My laptop is a secondary screen right now, with power, mouse, ethernet cable and displayport attached to them. My 4K monitor is to the right of it. Ergonomically it's all right. My work laptop is an HP probook which has a docking station option however I don't think it's available for my Asus GL702ZC
  13. What do you actually mean with docking station for the laptop? Kinda curious here as I currently have it on a cooling pad that tilts and elevates it for easier typing
  14. Well, budget being about € 1500, what I was looking at right now would be a ryzen 7 2700x, RTX 2070/1080/Vega 64, 16GB RAM
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