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Manage My Cables

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  1. Well if you already have a Haswell based pc you may as well just upgrade that. If you're building a brand new pc may as well use the latest and greatest cpu architecture.
  2. The 120's are quite powerful and since he doesn't have any overclocks it should have no problem keeps a 8350 below 65 underload.
  3. I've had a bit of trouble with a H115i took about 4 attemps to get the bloody thing on. But if it's anything else the pump could be dead.
  4. Re sit the cooler its definitely not making contact with the ihs.
  5. I love the 750D great for water loops although I don't have the airflow edition still get excellent cooling with twin rads.
  6. You didn't factor in the conversion rate. And welcome to the aussie pc market. Just wait a month or 2 and save a far bit.
  7. Are you seriously going to cancel your 1080? rofl
  8. Yeah just stay with a 1080/1440p desktop and run games and video at 4K
  9. Just because everything's plugged in doesn't mean you don't have faulty part. I've had gpu fans spin up when the actual pcb is fried. I would try with the cpu and work you way through all the parts. Are you getting any post codes?
  10. No matter what fluid you fill your loop with it needs to be changed eventually. Personally I change mine every 5 months. I just use distilled water and put in ek concentrate to dye it. Most of the premixed fluids come with all the anti corrosives and biocides already in. But it doesn't hurt to put in a tiny bit more.
  11. OEM keys aren't locked to the mobo i've use the same OEM key on about 4 computers.
  12. Cut the extra connector off and wrap neatly with insulation tape. Make sure the exposed wires aren't touching.
  13. Just put the switch wherever you want it isn't going to mess with anything
  14. That's great the internet is a wonderful thing.
  15. But make sure to get cables compatible with your psu. If you didn't already know