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MrMemelord

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  1. Ok, so I know the nh-d15 barely fits in the meshify c with the heatsink cover. But the nh-u14s is 5mm taller than the nh-d15. So does that mean the uh-14s would or wouldn't fit in the meshify c (with heatsink cover)?
  2. Are your pictures with or without the heatsink cover, @LogicalDrm?
  3. Sounds like I'm good to go then. Thanks for the help
  4. I'm looking at building a new PC soon, and I've got most of the parts picked out, but there's one small compatibility issue that's been bugging me. The CPU cooler I'd like to use is the nh-u14s, with a height of 165mm. To theme my build, I want to put on the na-hc5 chromax heatsink cover: https://www.amazon.com/NA-HC5-chromax-Black-swap-Heatsink-NH-U14S-TR4-SP3/dp/B07SVM4XJD/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=noctua+nh-u14s+heatsink+cover&qid=1567960081&s=electronics&sr=1-3. However, this adds 7mm to the height according to noctua, making the cooler 172mm tall. The case I want to put this in is the Fractal Design Meshify C TG, which says it only allows for coolers up to 170mm tall. Despite the 2mm difference, would the cooler with the cover still fit? Anybody else using this same case-cooler combo?
  5. The title says most of it. I'm looking for a solid, 1080p 144hz gaming monitor for under $300. I don't need free-sync or g-sync. Hoping for good colors, but i understand that most screens at this price range use TN panels, so I wont be too picky.
  6. Weird. My room isn't that cool, and I'm using speedfan to monitor temps.
  7. Not gonna lie, for a stock cooler, I thought my temps would be much higher! I'm not even sure if I need an upgrade. While idling, the CPU sits at around 20 Celsius. I ran the cinebench r15 CPU benchmark, and the CPU only got up to about 50 celsius. I also opened up MSI Afterburner and found out that the whine I've been hearing has come from my GPU fan, not the CPU Cooler. I feel kinda dumb now
  8. Awesome. Thanks for all the help! At first, I thought I could only go up to a gtx 1050 ti with my psu, but now I know a gtx 1060 will work too. Thanks again!
  9. Cool! Would a 6gb version work as well? Here's the card I'd want to get. I have to go single fan because of the size restraints: https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-GAMING-Support-06G-P4-6163-KR/dp/B01IPVSLTC?th=1
  10. I was looking around in my PC for a potential 6 pin pcie connector, and I found this thing coming from the power supply, and not plugged into anything. Is this a pcie 6 pin, or something else? I know I’m asking a lot, thanks for the help.
  11. Here’s some pictures. I want to upgrade it for better thermals, and lower noise. There’s only room for one 92mm fan at the back, so a better cooler could help circulation I believe. Afraid there isn’t a back panel to remove, since it’s a more office-looking computer.
  12. So, if I had a 6 pin connector, I wouldn’t have any problems with drawing too much power, right? Also, are there any complications with getting a molex to pcie, or would it work just as well as a pcie on its own?
  13. Sorry it’s not much. My budget was tight, and I just had to get away from Intel HD Graphics.
  14. The computer is an HP Model 590-p0057c. Here is a link to the HP page for the pc: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05999904
  15. If a gtx 1050 ti with the cpu would only draw 150 watts, could it be possible to put a single fan gtx 1060 in the system? Or does the 1060 draw too much power?
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