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  1. looking at the "manual" https://www.silentiumpc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/spc212-spc-armis-ar5x-tg-rgb-manual-en-pl-c.pdf it doesn't say anything regarding that plate that i showed before..
  2. can't seem to find how to control it , ohhh such struggles...
  3. So i have to use this in order to make it work ? I'm not sure what i suppose to press or how does it work ?
  4. how does this controller should look like ? there was this i don't know how to name it , at the back of the case where all the fans were plugged in , and take a look at the photo , sorry it's not the best quality since i had to zoom in that i made other night. Hope it's clear enough what was only in the case. ( I circled it in red )
  5. exactly what i did , no there was no controller , even tho it was written on the case if self that it's inside of it...
  6. Hello, Long time reader here. So i bought new pc case: SILENTIUMPC Armis AR5X TG RGB and i'm having trouble with the fans of the case ( 3 at the front , 1 at the back ) they don't spin ir glow with rgb what so ever,my other listed parts of pc are: i5-8400 cpu. gtx msi 1080 gaming x Kingston HyperX FURY 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 PSU Corsair TX750M 80 gold plus. MSI Z370 PC PRO mobo I will add few screenshots ,am i missing something with these two cables ? They were from RGB plate of the back of the case ( with alot of cables included in it / plugged ) First photo cable goes into SYS_FAN4 JRGB1 , and the second cable goes to SYS_FAN 4 right ? To power them up, or i'm missing something ? Last photo cables are just from PSU , do i need them to power up the fans ? This is really confusing...
  7. anyway , just a quick update , ordered - PSU Corsair TX750M, 750W, 80 Plus® Gold, , just for future purposes =]
  8. why not - any of the others ? electric bills in my country ar very low so i don't really care if it's bronze / gold or etc
  9. PSU Corsair TX550M you think this would last long enough ? Don't want to purchase another stronger one down the road for example in few years or so What about the rest of them : PSU Corsair RMx Series RM550x 80 gold - 99 eur. PSU Corsair TX750M, 750W, 80 Plus® Gold, 96 eur. PSU Corsair CX750, 750W, 80 PLUS Bronze 90 eur. GIGABYTE G750H 750W, 80 Plus Gold 88 eur EVGA SuperNOVA 650 GM 650W SFX, 80 PLUS Gold 99 eur. SILENTIUMPC Supremo FM2 Gold 750W 80 gold - 95 eur i guess they are okay choice but a bit more expensive? Which one would you choose if let's say PSU Corsair TX550M was not in the list.
  10. Hello guys, So i have my pc rig all sort up and i want to replace my old chieftec PSU ( i guess not a lot people are using this for sure haha ). So my rig is: i5 8400 Gtx msi 1080 gaming Msi z370 pc pro Corsair 2x8 ddr4 3200 mhz ddr4 Cooler master 212 cpu cooler Ssd samsung 850 evo 250gb Fot future-proof i was looking at few options but can't decide , any corsair series are good ? for example these ones: PSU Corsair TX550M, 550W, 80 Plus® Gold, 75 eur. PSU Corsair RMx Series RM550x 80 gold - 99 eur. PSU Corsair TX750M, 750W, 80 Plus® Gold, 96 eur. PSU Corsair CX750, 750W, 80 PLUS Bronze 90 eur. GIGABYTE G750H 750W, 80 Plus Gold 88 eur EVGA SuperNOVA 650 GM 650W SFX, 80 PLUS Gold 99 eur. SILENTIUMPC Supremo FM2 Gold 750W 80 gold - 95 eur
  11. well i havent had this problem before,it started some time ago so idk if that's becouse of PSU , my ram's have enough space , nothing it pressing it hmm, just played a bit of bf1 , gpu was at 90% usage,everything seems fine , i think it's the HDD that is making all this stuff
  12. will give it a shot , yeah i was thinking maybe it's HDD doing hmmm
  13. Hello guys, I encountered this weird stuff , my pc starts to beep , don't know why and what's the problem with it. It start randomly , once gpu gets alot of load , or just doing nothing. It started recently so could that be GPU fault ? my pc spec's i5 8400 Z370 PC PRO gtx 1080 msi gaming x 2x4gb ram chieftec 650w video-1550304570.mp4
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