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  1. Yes, something to consider, reason I was asking. Wouldn't they add to the airflow and bring the case temperature down even more though? I know that you reach the point of diminishing returns (seen enough Youtube vids on fan numbers and placement). I may just add them and not connect them up / not have them running (at first anyway) and see how it goes.
  2. I have a Cooler Master H500M with its 200mm ARGB fans and a Gigabyte x470 gaming 7 MB. I see on the CM site that only Asus, MSI, Asrock software is certified with CM ARGB fans, does that mean that it's not going to work with Gigabyte Fusion? Thanks
  3. Thanks for the info Defyant, now to see what others might be able to add. My first build in two decades, lol, had a Lot of catching up to do Think I've made life harder for myself with the Gigabyte MB as that has a different ARGB layout to the others but managed to source another adapter cable.
  4. I have a CM H500M case that has the stock 2 x 200mm ARGB fans in the front and the 140mm exhaust in the rear. MB is a Gigabyte X470 gaming 7 wifi and a Ryzen 9 3900x with a Noctua NH-D15S for the CPU. I will be using the mesh front for best air flow. I also have another 2 x 200mm ARGB CM fans which can go in the top. My questions are - is it worth using them or would the configuration be good enough stock configuration? Also, If used would they be better set up as exhaust or intake in the top? Thanks
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