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About Chaehee

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  • CPU
    i9 9900k
  • Motherboard
    Z390 M Gaming
  • RAM
    2x DDR4 HyperX Predator RGB, 8GB
  • GPU
    EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 XC Gaming 8GB
  • Case
    Corsair 460x RGB
  • Storage
    HD Seagate BarraCuda, 2TB + SSD Adata XPG Gammix S11 Pro, 256GB, M.2 NVMe
  • PSU
    Corsair TX750M 80 Plus Gold
  • Display(s)
    Samsung QLED Gaming Monitor 24" Curved 144hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i Pro
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810 RGB Orion Spectrum Romer-G Mechanical Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Mouse Logitech G PRO Gaming RGB
  • Sound
    Headset Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bits

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  1. Hello! I'm building a new system inside the Lian Li PC O11 Dynamic. And I have the H115i Platinum, I would like to know, if I can mount it on this case. I've seen in many places on the internet that it can mount up to 3 360mm Rads. But I haven't seen anyone talking about 280mm rads. So I was planning on mounting it as a top exhaust, and having fans intaking air on the side. Will it be possible? Does the case suports it?
  2. It is already set at Push/Pull with the 2 stock fans that came with the h80i v2. I just wanted to swap the front fan, for the ML120, for aesthetic (since I mounted my rad, at the front of the case, as a intake) was asking, if that would work fine. guess for the other question, connecting to the pump splitter, that is. Thank you
  3. What makes me question that is because, the stock fans at idle runs at 1330-1500 RPM (they get a bit louder when gaming, hitting 2000-2400) and ML120 max RPM is 1600. Another question would be, if I am actually installing the ML120 on one side of the rad (doing push and pull) should I plug in the power cable from the fan, to the pump spliter, like I do with the stock fans, (so it is controlled by the pump) or should I just use the case fan controller that comes with it? Like, would there be any issues? Say if the pump goes for max RPM, making the stock fan spin at 2400 RPM, and the second fan having it max RPM at 1600. It won't like... break for "demanding more than it can do" ? or it just... like gives 12v to both fans, so they spin at 100% at their individual max?
  4. Hi there, I currently have a Corsair H80i v2 and frankly the stock fans, are ugly. So i wanted to replace them for RGB fans (Corsair ML 120 Rgb). After reading a couple of stuff, I noticed that, the stock fans of my h80i v2, are actually better (both in RPM, and static pressure) than the ML120 rgb. So I thought, what I leave one of the stock fans, (pushing air at the back of the rad) and then the ML120 pulling air (so the ML is at the front of the case, in all it's glory) Will it mess up with the static pressure? having fans with different static pressure/RPM, on the same rad?
  5. Aight, I recently put together my system, and I got myself a pair of HyperX Predator RGB, 8GB, 2933MHz, DDR4, CL15. But then, I am planning to get myself another pair of ram, and I wanted to get a higher frequency one, had my eyes on HyperX Predator RGB, 8GB, 3200MHz, DDR4, CL16. My question is, can I use them together? or would I need to replace my kit entirely? (I assumed that since they work in dual channel, my 2933 rams populating the 2nd, and 4th dimm slots. I could just install the 3200 mhz rams in the 1st and 3rd dimm slots and they would work fine?) few more info about my system: CPU: i9 9900k Mobo: Z390 M Gaming (Gigabyte)