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Cholax

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  1. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    Also, what i understood from Noctua's page is that the P12s Redux are like the F12s but lower quality and lower SP, with similar airflow. Of course the Redux 1700RPM can go to 1700RPM so moves more air, but noisier. Not ideal. Not like the older P12s that were supposed to be the middle between SP and AF. https://noctua.at/en/which_fan_is_right_for_me https://noctua.at/en/which_fan_is_right_for_me_old I may go for the P12s Redux to have Noctua's warranty. It doesnt look like the reseller is authorized, at least in Noctua's official page.
  2. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    No, the only Noctua fans available at the local store are the F12s and S21Bs. And i can buy anything from amazon as long as each fan costs less than 15us.
  3. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    The S12As are not an affordable option adding shipping + taxes. It is the P12s Redux, S12Bs or F12s.
  4. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    As i understood the F12 has the highest SP, P12 is the middle and S12 for highest airflow. I will use two fans as intakes for the MX330 which has a dust filter in front. So i think the better fans are the F12 and the P12 for my use case (buying 2 fans the total price difference is 11us being the F12s the more expensive option). I read a lot of people are using the F12s as case fans. The P12 1700rpm has higher airflow but there is no way i am using them at max speed.
  5. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    Actually they are 1 dollar more expensive, so i guess P12 is the answer. Should i go for the Redux 1700RPM or the Redux 1300RPM? I guess the 1700RPM (same price at amazon). I will compare if the P12 + shipping is cheaper than buying F12s at a local store.
  6. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    Yes i saw a review and give up on the Sickleflows. I am looking to buy 2 Noctua NF-P12 or 2 Be Quiet Pure Wings 2. I want to put them as intake fans with a dust filter (included in the MX330)
  7. Cholax

    Need Intake Fan 10-15us

    I want to buy a front intake fan (120mm) for my upcoming build. I dont care about looks. Good trade between noise and performance. My first option was the Coolermaster SickleFlow X. I could buy 2 of this. 2 x Aerocool Rev Red 120mm. Or just one fan and it would be Noctua SSO Bearing NF-S12B Redux-1200 PWM or Noctua NF-F12 PWM. The case is a Cougar MX330. For (NO OC) Ryzen 2600 and RTX 2060.
  8. Hi, i am building my first PC aaaand i already bought the RAM. What i got were 2 separate sticks of the Hyperx Predator 3200 MHZ C16 8GB (HX432C16PB3A/8). I couldnt put my hands on a kit with 2 sticks. I will pair it with a Ryzen 2600 (at most i will upgrade to a Ryzen 3600 but maybe not). I will NOT overclock the cpu. Take into consideration: In summer, ambient temperature is usually between 35C and 40C. Motherboards i am looking for: - Asrock B450M Steel Legend: Not a very good VRM. Memory IS listed in the QVL, working speed 3200MHz (profile 1). - MSI B450M Gaming Plus. Decent VRM Memory NOT listed in the QVL. But the HX432C16PB3K2/16 is listed. -MSI B450 Tomahawk Better VRM Memory is listed in the QVL, but working speed 3000MHz (profile 2). What do you think? Of course the Tomahawk is more expensive than the other two.
  9. Cholax

    First build. Need tutorials.

    The company that builds those gpus is Colorful. It is Asian. I already bought the gpu so what's done is done.The price difference was less than 50us.
  10. Cholax

    First build. Need tutorials.

    I saw the Pro4-F available but not the Pro4. What are the differences? I couldnt find reviews on the Pro4-F.
  11. Cholax

    First build. Need tutorials.

    Ok i'll see if it is available. I really doubt price drops will happen in my country soon. Ofc they will probably happen in the US.
  12. Cholax

    First build. Need tutorials.

    Great, thanks. It is 445us but it is cheaper than every other option where i live. I am not from US, everything here has importations fees + shipping. This is the cheapest option i found in the market. Every other option was at least 100us more expensive. Why would i upgrade the motherboard? Isnt the B450M enough? I will buy the CPU after i get everything else. So i estimate at least 2 weeks more. But i doubt the Ryzen 3000 will be cheaper or will get to my country anytime soon.
  13. I am about to build my first desktop pc. I didnt order most things yet, but i am starting to order the components or buy them at local stores. What are some good videos on how to build a pc? I am a first-timer. What i have found so far and i am currently watching. How to build a PC by Bitwit Avoiding Common PC Building Traps by some random guy. For anyone interested the build is: CPU: AMD Ryzen 2600 (i am not spending one dollar more in the build for now) GPU: iGame RTX 2060 Ultra RAM: 2 x 8 GB HyperX Predator 3200MHz Storage: Crucial MX500 500GB Motherboard: Gigabyte B450M DS3H Case: Corsair MX330 PSU: Corsair RM650X (They didnt have 550W) Coolers: 2 x CoolerMaster Sickleflow X 120mm
  14. Cholax

    Trying to choose a Power Supply

    I think i will just go with a Corsair RM550X
  15. Cholax

    Trying to choose a Power Supply

    Ok thanks! So i guess i will go for the MWE Gold 550W. Last questions: Is the MWE Gold better than the CX550? I guess it is because that's what written in the tier list. But you mentioned the two of them in your first reply so it made me want to confirm my decision. And the Focus Gold Plus is put as Tier A but you recommended the CX550M before it. Do you know where can i find a good review on it? I didnt find one in jonnyGURU. Thanks again!
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