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Manage My Cables

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  1. 2 minutes ago, LabRat said:

    120mm aio might not be enough. did you try push/pull exhausting air out the back of the case"........ and run those fans off the power supply and not the cpu header on the motherboard..??

    not an H50 is it?

    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. 


  2. 5 minutes ago, Moress said:

    It was running these same temps when it was installed by my friend's dad (who knows what he's doing) and now by myself. I doubt the seating would be the problem both times, would it?

    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.


  3. 27 minutes ago, airdeano said:

    for custom watercooling the 750D 'airflow edition' would be the better choice. the 350d for AIO cooling.

     

    I love the 750D great for water loops although I don't have the airflow edition still get excellent cooling with twin rads.


  4. 2 minutes ago, MaxCraft said:

    Hello all! Today I am building my own pc, and Im almost done, but for some reason I can't get to the bios screen.

    eveytime I plug my hdmi cable, VGA, DVI, my monitor says "(output) No signal detected"

    I know its not a problem with my GPU because the fans work and  have all the plugs in, I know its not my mobo, because everything is in the right place, and also I have the support driver in my optical drive and not even that will display!

     

    please help!

    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? 


  5. 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.


  6. 14 minutes ago, herman mcpootis said:

    There are retail keys that don't cost much more and are reusable after a motheroard change, go wih those instead if possible. The OEM keys are locked to the mobo after each use, and you'll have to get a new windows key after replacing it. The asus vx24ah is at 24' and is still 1440p, you can consider that for the monitor.

    OEM keys aren't locked to the mobo i've use the same OEM key on about 4 computers.

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