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Szemike84

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  1. Szemike84

    cooling

    Thank you four your kind help! So 2 intake to the front, 1 exhaust to the rear, 2 exhaust to the top. The 2 intake fan total CFM have to be minimum equal to the exhaus fans total CFM. Am I right?
  2. Szemike84

    cooling

    I have only 2 places for 140mm fans, 1 140mm place at the back and 2 more 140mm on the top. I'm going to buy a Cryorig R1 universal processor heat sink. The fans on it will pull the air from the front and push out at the rear (where would be a high flow fan too. I've planned 2 high flow fans to the front (or 1 static pressure to the front bottom and 1 high flow to the front upper) and 2 static pressure fans to the top. The top side fan which will be closer to the front will push fresh air to the case, the other top side fan, which is at the back side will pull out the air from the case. Could it work well, or my opinion is false? I'm thinking in a "5 high flow fan" variant too with the same settings. The dinensions of the case are: L467 x W235 x H505 mm
  3. I saw a topic in the morning, about a new motherboard from MSI with the new X540 (if I'm right). It's going to be tested in a few days.
  4. What do you think about the new AMD chipset? Would the motherbord manufacturers be able to present the new motherboards in time? And what about the prices?
  5. Not just pattern, it's better to check the whole list for differences. https://www.asrock.com/mb/compare.asp?Models=B450M Pro4-F,B450M Pro4
  6. I'me made a compare between the pro-4 and the pro-4-f at they're home page. I couldn't foung too much difference, so "f" is a variant sign in my opinion.
  7. I'me several PSU counts and the upshot was about 385-390W. What is your opinion about a Cooler Master V550 80+ Gold modular PSU? https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/power-supplies/v-series/v550-gold/
  8. Szemike84

    cooling

    Hy all! I have a Cooler Master Mastercase pro 3 (L467 x W235 x H505 mm) mid tower (5 places for 140mm case fans) with 3 140x25mm fans for now. I would like to upgrade it to 6 140mm fans. The factorially installed fans: - Cooler master 140x25mm front side (1 piece) A14025-12cb-3bn-FN - Cooler master 140x25mm back side (1 piece) A14025-12cb-3bn-F1 I have hardly found some information about the "F1" ended fan, the other seems to be the same (0.14A, 2W, max. 1200 RPM 28 CFM, 6.526 mmH2O) The third is about a 1 year old Be quiet silent wings 3 high speed fan (0.55A, max. 1600 RPM, 77.5 CFM, 2.16 mmH2O, 28.1dBa TERRIBLE noisy) My opinion is to move the 2 cooler master fans to the front (as real pressure fans), install 2 of the 140mm Air flow specificated fans to the top and 1 to the back (blow the air out from the case). My 3 most like AF fans are: Corsair AF140 (CO-9050009-WW), Cryorig XT140 (CR-XTA) and Arctic BioniX F140 (ACFAN00096A) The processor will get a Cryorig R1 universal CPU cooler (L128.5 mm x W140 mm x H168.3 mm). Please help me if I'm thinking righ with this option for the best air flow in the case and please help me to chose the best air flow specific fans. Thank you!
  9. Thank you for your kind help! I've decided the msi b450m mortar with 32Gb (2x16) G.skill 3200Mhz rams Does the factorial CPU cooler good enough for the Ryzen 7 2700X, or change it to the 250W+ heatsinking Cryorig R1 universal? Thank you once again!
  10. PSU: https://eu.coolermaster.com/uk/powersupply/office-home/b500ver2/ This is my old friend It could be about 10 years old and working fine Memory: 32GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM G.Skill Flare X for AMD XMP (2X16GB) (F4-2400C15D-32GFX) (CL15) OR 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM G.Skill Flare X for AMD XMP (2X8GB) (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) (CL14) (my vote is on 2x16Gb it's cheaper too in my country :P) Motherboard: msi B450M mortar (made my choice thanks to you ) CPU: not a cheap one (about 314 USA dollars, 281 Euros), but I don't want to upgrade it for about 5 years Thank you very much for your kind help!
  11. Hy all! I'm thinking about a new desktop PC rig. All I have is my MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X 6Gb video card, a Cooler Master B500 v2 500W PSU and my Cooler Master Mastercase Pro 3 midtower (supports micro ATX and mini ITX). My first idea was an intel config, but it was far too expensive for me, so I've decided to AMD. But what next? I've choosen a setup and then though.... My choice is (for gaming): AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Asus TUF B450M Plus Gaming Cryorig R1 Universal CPU cooler (250W+ heat sinking) G.Skill 32 Gb RAM I can't decide in RAM manufacturer, RAM speed and dual channel or quad channel. The ASUS TUF B450M plus gaming motherborad supports 3200Mhz RAM speed for single channel and for Dual channel but 2800-2400-2166Mhz for quad channel. Could you please help me if 3200Mhz Dual channel or 2800Mhz quad channel is the better choice? And if you know a better AM4 microATX motherbord idea, please let me know! Thank you!
  12. Hy all! I'm thinking about a new desktop PC rig. All I have is my MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X 6Gb video card, a Cooler Master B500 v2 500W PSU and my Cooler Master Mastercase Pro 3 midtower (supports micro ATX and mini ITX). My first idea was an intel config, but it was far too expensive for me, so I've decided to AMD. But what next? I've choosen a setup and then though.... My choice is (for gaming): AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Asus TUF B450M Plus Gaming Cryorig R1 Universal CPU cooler (250W+ heat sinking) G.Skill 32 Gb RAM I can't decide in RAM manufacturer, RAM speed and dual channel or quad channel. The ASUS TUF B450M plus gaming motherborad supports 3200Mhz RAM speed for single channel and for Dual channel but 2800-2400-2166Mhz for quad channel. Could you please help me if 3200Mhz Dual channel or 2800Mhz quad channel is the better choice? And if you know a better AMD AM4 microATX motherbord idea, please let me know! Thank you!
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