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Duski

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About Duski

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 2002-03-20

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Timisoara

System

  • CPU
    i5 8400
  • Motherboard
    ASUS PRIME H310M-K
  • RAM
    ADATA 2x8 GB 2400MHz
  • GPU
    GIGABYTE RX 580
  • Case
    MYRIA MY8737
  • Storage
    1 TB SEAGATE HDD + 120 GB KINGSTON SSD
  • Display(s)
    AOC 24V2Q
  • Keyboard
    Redragon Indrah RGB
  • Mouse
    Redragon Cobra RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
  1. If I buy 3 more fans (non-RGB) for my front case, can I plug them into this controller or do I need to buy a FAN hub since I only have 1 fan header left on my mobo?
  2. Hello. I currently have the i5 8400 with a stock cooler and the temperatures are ok-ish (40*C idle, 60-70*C while gaming, it even reached 73*C while in Novigrad, The Witcher 3). I would like to change the stock cooler with something better but my main problem is the lack of space. As you can see in the picture down bellow, the RAM slots are way to close to the CPU fan, leaving me with only a few options when it comes to cooling (AIO or Low Profile). My maximum budget would be around 60 USD and so far I only found the Cryorig C7, Corsair H45 and Noctua NH-L9i but I don't even know if they would fit. The case is a middletower one ( 55.2 x 28.0 x 53.5) so there's plenty of space, but my mobo is to small (Asus H310M-K). P.S The reason I want to change the stock cooler is not related to noise, but to temperatures. I keep my PC on for about 15 hours / day so I want it to be as cold as it can get, and than I game for about 3 or 4 hours, maybe more, depending on how busy I am. Thank you
  3. Duski

    What does gas/petrol cost where you're located?

    4.81 USD for 1 gallon 1.30 per liter
  4. Duski

    What's this cable for?

    Oh I see, thank you
  5. Duski

    What's this cable for?

    It looks like some kind of adapter / connector and I found it on the right side of my case.
  6. Well, I guess I'll stick to my stock cooler for a little while than. Won't lower temps increase the life span of my CPU? Sorry if I sound so noobish, I just got back to PC gaming after 3 years of console gaming and a lot of things have changed. My previous build was pretty old so I didn't really care about the temps and stuff.
  7. I don't know if it helps, but it's called Myria MY8737, it's a local brand. I watched some comparisons on YouTube and there's a decent difference between the stock cooler and aftermarket coolers. So there would be no problem in mounting the fans of the AIO cooler in the front right? Because I read a lot of opinions, some saying you should mount it at the top, some in the front etc. I don't know, I watched some comparisons on YouTube and there's a decent difference between the stock cooler and aftermarket coolers.
  8. Thanks, but are you sure it's gonna fit? It looks pretty big
  9. Ah I see. But as I said in my post, there's no much space left for an air cooler so the only ones that would fit are low profile ones. A 212 would be way to big
  10. Hello, my friends! I recently built my PC with an i5 8400 and I use the stock cooler, for now, which is not bad, but also not good (35-40*C while idling / browsing, 65*C while playing). I know these temps are not that bad, but I want to lower them since my PC stays open for about 12 hours a day. At first, I thought about buying another air cooler, but these are way to big for my mobo (asus h310m-k) and case and the only coolers that will fit are low profile ones, which are not much better than the stock ones. So I started searching for an AIO and I think I found the perfect one for me, Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120, 45 euros. Now, my problem is the case and the airflow (I'll post some pictures with my case, not sure if it's going to help). I have 1 fan in the back and 2 fans at the top (all three are blowing air outside) and I can mount 3 more in the front and 2 more on the bottom. The front of my case is closed (not sure if it's the right word) so I can only put intake fans (I think) but I was thinking to put the AIO radiator / fan in the front, would it be a good idea? I've heard mixed opinions. I hope you guys are able to read and understand what I wrote because english is not my main language so there could be some translation problems. Thank you!
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