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  1. The Switch is not watercooled - I'm not impressed
  2. Which ML do you mean? If I understood it correctly LL aren't that good but with a lot of RGB. ML are for performance with a bit RGB and QL are improved LLs? 3x packs of LL and ML include a Lightning Node Pro while the QL includes a Lightning Node CORE. I would be fine with either fans, wouldn't I? If I buy 3x LL fans I'd have an easier cable management time because I could "mix" the front (LL) fans with the top and rear (3 pack LL fans), so only a Core or Pro would be necessary, but both allow for more flexibility. If I buy 3x ML fans I'd need to connect the front (LL) fans with the Core and the ML fans with the Pro. Can I connect the Core to the Pro and the Pro to the Mainboard or do I need to connect both Core and Pro to the Mainboard? I guess it would be the same for QL fans as for ML fans, just that I need to connect both Cores to the Mainboard. Is that correct or am I understanding something wrong?
  3. True, unfortunately they were on sale on valentines day. If I new it earlier I might have bought them there
  4. Oh, I didn't thought about that! Thank you very much. All fans would be inhale right? And if I buy more (LL?) fans I'd install them at the top (2x) and rear (1x) as exhaust fans?
  5. Thank you very much! This is a bit different then, but I probably want to buy an additional ML120 fan, so the three front fans are similar? I guess you can see the difference between LL120 and ML120 fans
  6. Thanks, I'm probably just afraid that i mess something up. I try to find an example where an 240mm is in the front. It's just making me nervous that the official Corsair website only mentions 280mm and 360mm rads in the front. If a 240mm would fit there they would add that, wouldn't they? Another option would be to write Mindfactory (the seller where I ordered some parts including the AIO) to change the H100i for a H115i that should fit for sure
  7. I'll probably need to drill a hole to into the front right?
  8. Hello, I'm building a PC in less than two weeks and thought I checked everything. My case is a Corsair iCUE 465X and my RAM a G.Skill 2x 16 GB Trident Z Neo. It's 44mm high. I'm planning to cool my CPU with a Corsair H100i RGB Platinum AIO. I bought an Asus Rog Strix x570-E Gaming (if that matters). I planned to install the radiator on the top side, but I just read on reddit in someone else thread that I might get problems with my radiator and RAM, because the RAM is to high. Is that true and if yes what could I do? The 240mm radiator can only be placed on the top side. On the front side is only place for a 280mm or 360mm radiator according to the official website. I'm wondering if I couldn't install the radiator + a LL120 fan there?
  9. Hello,I'm building a PC in 2 weeks.The build contains a H100i RGB Platinum (the rad has 2 ML120 fans) iCUE 465X case which includes 3 LL120 fans and I think a Lightning Node CORE.My mainboard is an Asus Rog Strix x570-e Gaming.I'm not sure if I have enough parts to make the fans work probably.Do I need more?I know that I can't mix different fans on the Lighting Node CORE, so I guess I connect the 3 LL120 fans and the 2 ML120 from the AIO somewhere else?
  10. Thank you for your reply I have a ASUS ROG Strix RTX 2070 Super and will buy a Ryzen 7 3700X or 3800X depending on the price (I'll get one game with the 3700X and two with the 3800X). Nvidia recommends 650W+ for the 2070S, so I'm already planning to get 650 or 750W
  11. Imo it's not wasted time if you enjoyed the time. I'll guess you still have a lot of good memories of that time.
  12. Hello, I'm going to build a PC with a lot of Corsair parts in a month and I'm not sure if all RGB fans will work as intended. The case includes an iCUE Lighting Node CORE and 3x LL120 fans while the AIO includes 2x ML120 fans. If I understood it correctly I can't connect LL and ML fans to the Lighting Node CORE even tough I could connect up to 6 fans to it. I'm planning to buy an additional LL120 fan later for the back. My mainboard is an Asus Rog Strix X570 Gaming E and should have 2x 4-pin RGB header and 2x 3-pin RGB header. Will I be fine or do I need to buy some extra parts?
  13. Well, I was deciding between the RM (2019, 92€) and RMx (2018, 113€) series when I found out about the iCUE compatible PSUs [RMi (2015, 136€)], but those 44€/23€ are probably to much just for a nice gimmick
  14. So it's basically a "Nice-to-have" thing, but absolutely not necessary
  15. Hello, I have seen that some Corsair PSUs are compatible with iCUE, but what could I actually do with thise PSUs in iCUE?