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  1. Double checked with a couple different departments, and we haven't confirmed if that specific board will clear the cooler mounted in the top. My team does all the builds for the website, but we haven't used that particular board model. If you do go forward with this combo and it doesn't clear, you should still be able to still install the radiator in the front depending on your GPU length.
  2. Which cooler are you planning to run in the build? I didn't see any listed in your posts.
  3. Keep me posted if the clean install resolves the issue.
  4. Which version of the Strafe RGB are all of you using? We have the original with push button volume keys and the MK.2 with a volume scroll wheel. Also, which version of iCUE do you have installed? I recommend updating the software to the latest version if you haven't already. The option is in the settings tab, and at the bottom.
  5. The AM4 bracket is included with H100i V2's that were produced after the AM4 platform was launched. You can tell if the box has the label like the one below:
  6. The Corsair H115i Platinum RGB would be my recommendation from our AIO cooling lineup. It includes our ML140 RGB fans which can push a good amount of air at lower speeds, which gives you lower noise if that is something you're worried about. Shouldn't be an issue cooling your 9900KS. Let me know if you have any questions.
  7. Outside of being quiet, any other requests for features? Have a few options, but would like to narrow it down for you.
  8. The Corsair 678C sounds like it should work for you. 5.25" Drive Bay and USB 3.1 on the front IO are included with the case. It's one of our newer cases, and has a fairly sleek design with a large tempered glass side panel on a hinge, so it's pretty easy to work on and show off your build. If you have any questions, just let me know.
  9. Original packaging is nice to include, but not required for the RMA process. You just need to submit a ticket along with a copy of your sales receipt, and one of our Technical Support reps can help you out with the replacement. We also have an advanced RMA option if you need your replacement ASAP. Let me know if you run into any issues. https://support.corsair.com/
  10. Everything you listed should fit perfectly fine.
  11. Couple options I would suggest: Corsair K95 RGB Platinum with Cherry MX speed switches for an all in one solution if (6) dedicated macro keys is enough. Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 if you preffer a different Cherry MX switch than speed, or a standard size keyboard. Cherry MX Speed, Red, and Silent are linear switch options available for K70 Add one of our Elgato Stream Decks for a more intuitive experience, and additional programmable keys Three ptions available: Mini (6 buttons), Standard (15 buttons), or XL (32 buttons) Let me know if you have questions, I can help narrow it down.
  12. Chances are it won't work because of the voltage difference. Which brand RGB cables are you trying to run?
  13. Which motherboard do you have in your build? Honestly, don't think the pump is bad judging from the pump temp and RPM. If the pump was dead, you would see much higher temps or a very off RPM.
  14. By new wireless version, are you referring to the iCUE version? Firmware update? Or just trying to connect it to your system? Sorry, little confused about what you are having issues with.
  15. We've only released one version for the Ironclaw Wireless. There is a wired version as well. The wireless has the same shape, but slight difference in lighting and the number of buttons. There are additional buttons at the front left and over the forward and back. Sensors are exactly the same for both, 18,000 DPI custom Pixart.
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