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NatersCNF

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  1. As dumb as this sounds, I was looking to use the Asus ROG b450-f gaming motherboard and didn't notice till after that it only had 2 4pin rgb headers on the motherboard. I am using a the deepcool Castle 240 rgb v2 aio and was curious if there was any way of getting 3 pin rgb headers to use the aio and other fans. Any solutions?
  2. What about something like a evga rtx 2070 super xc ultra gaming with a corsair block on it? @Whiro @sufyan98
  3. How about this combo EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 super xc ultra gaming and the XG7 RGB 20-SERIES (2080 FE) they're compatible
  4. Might you know a good 2070s to watercoool than?
  5. Do you know which waterblock it was conpatable with?
  6. Yeah I think it's the same size as a 2080
  7. https://www.newegg.ca/evga-geforce-rtx-2070-super-08g-p4-3173-kr/p/N82E16814487453?Description=EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC Ultra Gaming&cm_re=EVGA_GeForce_RTX_2070_SUPER_XC_Ultra_Gaming-_-14-487-453-_-Product if its this card I think I'll end up using it
  8. My main question is does it work with non founders cards?
  9. Anyone know if there is a waterblock made for the 2060 super? I'm trying to find one that isn't for a fe because they're so epxnsive to find in the first place. Doesn't matter which brand 2060s it is, but I just need a waterblock for it
  10. I feel like the main thing will be trying to get a gpu block for a cheaper card then a 1080 ti I've been looking for block for a 2060 super that isn't a founders. know anything about that?
  11. I've actaually thought it through and am going to use more expensive water cooling parts.
  12. I'm willing to spent around 400$cad (285$usd)
  13. EDIT: any rad and pump that you might recommend?
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