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  1. Phanteks VS NZXT

    Which one is better?
  2. NZXT S340 Elite ROG Edition

    Hello fellow casemodders . I thought it would be cool to show you pictures of my personal rig, showing you some of the proces too. ◾️Case: NZXT S340 Elite ◾️Mobo: Asus Z270-A Prime ◾️CPU: Intel i7 6700K ◾️RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 @3200mhz ◾️GPU: Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080ti ◾️Cooling: Corsair H115i ◾️Storage: Samsung 850 Evo 500gb ◾️PSU: Corsair HX850i ◾️Coolermaster Vertical GPU Bracket ◾️Cablemod Extensions ◾️Cablemod RGB/W Hybrid ledstrip 60CM ◾️Cablemod Modwrap As you've probably noticed already I'm quite a big fan of Asus .This was practically my first true casemod. I'm a big fan of clean looking systems, so I did my best to make my build as clean as possible. The colored parts on the front of the case were handcut with the Dremel Moto-saw. The Corsair logo and the ''Rebublic of gamers'' on the PSU shroud were cut by hand with an exactoknife. The fans are custom painted Corsair SP120 Quiet Editions.I'll start with the final result pictures:The Custom Cablemod (Modmesh) cables and the AIO Modwrap truly made the build shine . Now it's time to tell something about the proces! It all started with the design, which was drawn in Sketchup. This was the first time using my Dremel Moto-saw, I enjoyed working with it very much. The cuts were very accurate and the machine was easy to work with. These were the first cuts I made. Not bad for a first try I guess. After all of the cuts were done the black parts got a paintjob. And so did the red parts The whole picture looked like this, and I coudln't be happier After the frontplate was finished I started on the fan paintjobs. I made a little tutorial on that can be seen under here. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Tutorial can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPzaLbuDOuQ&t=25s <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Then the time came to make the PSU shroud cover. The first try wasn't good enough IMO, so I made a new one later on. First-Second down below. Both tries were handcut. At last I modded the Strix 1080ti to fit the theme better.On the back of the fanshroud you can see the molten attachment points which keep the 6 smaller pieces in place. I found that the molten pieces whould be drilled in with a 4mm drill, 3ish mm deep. Then you should be able to whip the parts off with a flathad screwdriver. After getting all the pieces off it's a matter of spraying the parts with the color you'd want them to be.A bit of rain won't stop me from modding! It turned out pretty well . Well applied hotglue will hold it in place well enough. The new Cablemod cables deserved some serious attention on the cablemanagement. I cut a part off the S340 Elite's Cablemanagement bar's bottom part. Using the Dremel 4000, 175 Watts that get through the steel with ease. I used Nanoxia's cablecombs to rout them perfectly down the line. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I've had a wonderful time working on this project. I hope you enjoyed reading through this buildlog .If you have any other questions regarding this mod, don't hesitate to ask!Kind regards, Ruben - TheDutchmanModifies
  3. [Build Log] Apollo

    A P O L L O - B U I L D L O G Current specifications: CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i v2 Extreme Liquid CPU Cooler RAM: 16GB Corsair 2666mhz Vengeance LPX DDR4 GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Ranger ROG Board Operating System: Windows 10 Home (64-bit) Hard Drive: Samsung 250GB 850PRO Evo SSD Secondary Hard Drive: 1TB Case: NZXT H440 2015 Black PSU: RM 650x 12/05/17 : A splash of white? I've had this system for a while now and I'd decided it was time to change the theme.. It didn't really have one to start with so I should say give it a theme! Here's how we began... Standard and uncoordinated. Now for that splash of white.. We started with the black corsair DDR4 Memory. I masked off the PCB and spray painted the heat-spreader white using standard spray paint; some have suggested temperature resistant paint. The issue I have with that is that it means the heat-spreader retains more heat vs using a standard spraypaint which is rated for fairly high temperatures anyway. Some people also suggest removing the memory unit from the heat-spreader prior to painting, you may opt for this if you cant mask off the areas effectively. I'm not overly proud of the paint job but you only see the apical surface anyway. The next step was painting the VRM heatsink + The southbridge heatsink + The 4 CPU pump screws For this, I removed them from the Mobo and masked off the thermal pads along with the sides and inner fins to avoid too much heat retention. Again, I used standard spraypaint vs plasti dip as the layer of spray paint is much thinner than the plastidip coating thus less heat is retained. To be certain the heat sinks capacity to dissipate heat hadn't been affected too much I ran an AIDA64 benchmark, the temperatures for these aforementioned regions remained the same as prior to painting. Again, not particularly proud of the painting, this was my first time after all.. In addition to the painting I also purchased some CableMod individually sleeved white cables. After reattaching the heat sinks to the motherboard I then replaced all cables and re-installed my Corsair H100i v2, using some Arctic MX4 and the Arcti-Clean system. Noting that this and probably just reinstalling the pump a little tighter has reduced my stress test temperatures by around 10C. A touch of light was in order since my system was behind a smoke glass window.. So I decided to install NZXT's HUE+ and their Aer RGB120 Series 120 mm RGB LED Fan. And this was the final result.. Very pleased with the result. Currently waiting on NZXT's USB header hub for some additional cable management. I also have to cable-tie the white braided cables within the view of the window to keep them trained.
  4. New pc build

    So I am going to build my first pc and this whole website and forum has helped a lot. Now I know cases can be super expensive but I was wondering what price I should spend on my case? I was looking between $50-120. I know I want something that has good airflow, easy cable management sense i am new to it, something that is pro RGB lighting and has a window. The cases I have looked at so far are the NZXT S340 Elite, Corsair 460x, Corsair 400C, and the Phanteks P400S. If anyone can tell me the pros and cons of them, personal experience, etc I would very much appreciate it!
  5. Hello guys! I am gonna choose one of these cases ( Phanteks Eclipse P400 tempered glass , Nzxt S340 elite , Phanteks Enthoo Pro M tempered glass ). P400 is 12 euros cheaper, so its not a big deal. What do you think? whats the best case between these 3 and why?
  6. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/bTWKwV This is the pc that I am going to build and I was wondering if it would be worth it to upgrade the case fans on the NZXT Noctis 450 or if the fans which come with the case will be fine. I want to have my pc be as cool as possible so I don't want to skimp out by not buying better fans just because they cost more so if there are any fans that would fit the case and would outperform the default NZXT case fans then please let me know so I can check them out Thanks
  7. Welcome to my first tutorial! First of all I do not mean to offend anyone at LTT, it's just a joke (every time Linus does DIY it makes me cringe as an engineer student though). That being said, this tutorial is intended to make it as easy as possible for anyone to build a set of LED lights with a similar feature set as the NZXT hue+. This means that every single LED on your strip can be individually controlled. This opens an immense amount of customization options, all within your grasp with the use of a simple app I coded. Oh and by the way the total materials cost is around $25 US. Before we start a few notes and the obligatory disclaimer: This post is meant to serve as a guide, and I am in no way shape or form responsible for any damage that you may cause to your hardware or yourself. That being said, use common sense and you will be fine. Lastly, I must inform you that the app is NOT color accurate due to the nature of LED lighting, and the patterns represented in the app are there to give you an idea of what they will look like in the LEDs: the two are not in sync. Here is what you will need: -Addressable LED strip for a pc case I recommend 1m 60 leds. Here is a link on ebay -Arduino nano as the brains of the operation. Link from ebay -Interal mini USB type B adapter. Ebay link -Sacrificial molex connector with 5v wires. -Small enclosure to protect the arduino -Some mounting mechanism, small magnets or double sided tape -16, 18 or 20 gauge wire if you want to have longer runs Tools and others: -Soldering iron and solder, nothing fancy is needed, but a flat head tip and rosin core solder makes it easier -Miscellaneous tools, scissors, hot glue, pliers, wire strippers, etc. -A drill to make holes in the enclosure -Heatshrink tubing, electrical tape works too -A working computer with the Arduino IDE and FastLED librarie installed -Optional: Multimeter to double check voltages and connections. -Optional: Third hand tool to hold everything in place while you solder -The folder containing all my code: https://github.com/Dany-Boy55/Addressable-WS2812-LED-controller With all of that covered let's get going with the software: Open the file “DIY_LEDSV1.5_Addressable.ino” and plug in your arduino to you pc. At the top of the code you should see a line that says: #define NUM_LEDS 60. Replace the number 60 with the number of leds in your strip. The next line: const String Device_Name = "Case Lights" sets the controller name, replace it if you want but keep it short. Go to Tools→ Board→ ard select your arduino version (nano and ATmega328 for the one I linked). Next go to Control Panel→ Hardware and Sound→ Devices and Printers→ (at the bottom) Unspecified → arduino or USB UART→ double click → hardware. There you should the USB serial port (COM#) where the # represents a number, remember it. Then, on the arduino software, Tools→Port→The port number found earlier. Finally upload the code with the → arrow symbol or Control+U. Some LED’s on the arduino should blink rapidly, when they stop you are done. Now for the hardware, fire up your soldering iron. Identify the white and red wires coming out of the strip and run some heatshrink down them. Grab your molex and extend the cables if needed. Solder red with red (5v) and black with white (GND). IMPORTANT: double check the voltage coming from the molex, otherwise you can fry the strip. Grab the connector that comes with the strip and the arduino. Solder the white wire to a GNP pad and the green (signal) wire to the pad labeled “2”. Drill holes in your enclosure for the USB cable and the connector. IMPORTANT: don not solder the red wire to the arduino! It is better to put some heatshrink or tape over it to prevent shorts. Fix the arduino inside the enclosure with glue and close the lid. Before you install your lights it’s a good idea to test them, so open up your case, power the LEDS from the PSU and plug the arduino into an internal USB port. In the files you got from my github there should be a folder named app, open the executable in there. Once in the app, click on “Scan for leds”. If nothing happens try it a second time after a few seconds. You should see your controller appear in the drop-down box, click "connect". From here on it should be pretty intuitive, select any pattern you like and you should see your LEDs come to life. Feel free to play around with the effects, colors speed etc. Now it’s finally time to install your LED strip and do your best to hide the mustard and ketchup cables that connect everything together. Just throw everything into the back or the base of your case and you should be fine. After you finished tidying up, play around with the app and find your favorite colors and patterns. Thank you for reading this tutorial, and even if you don’t intend to build this yourself, I encourage you to download the app and play around with the patterns and settings. If you have any ideas for new features that you would like to see added please let me know. Also if you find any bugs or problems. The next step is to see if I can find a way to use CPU and GPU temps and utilization for colors, as well as music response. I'm making progress and the feature will most likely be added during the Easter holidays. Anyway, should you have any questions I will gladly answer them the best I can. Dany out!
  8. My first custom PC

    https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/sp2z4C This is the PC which I am planning to build at the end of the year and I am wondering if this is ok or if there is room for improvement in certain areas. If you can recommend any changes that would be wonderful. Thanks
  9. NZXT aer rgb fans troubleshoot

    Quick question: When i turn my computer on, all of my 3 NZXT aer rgb 140mm fans start spinning and lighting up. But after a while (usually after 2-3 hours) 1 of the 3 randomly stops spinning but the lights keep working, and i have no clue why. Now, my question is very simple. Is it because my computer does'nt need the cooling as it's average temperature is 35°C, or can it be a software related bug as they are depended on a program called CAM to work properly. I'm also pretty sure that it has nothing to do with the amount of juice it gets as they always spin when i start up, but in any case i'll just throw it out there that i have a 550 watt PSU. If any of you had this problem as well and found the solution, i'll be more than happy to hear the answer!
  10. Hello LTT Community! In June, I started the modding of my NZXT S340 tower case that was a bit... underwhelming. Apart from a Razer Chroma sticker in the front and a few LEDs in it I mean. I wanted it to look E P I C so I started improving it... Bit by bit. Get ready for a LOT of images, GIFs and a few talks about each part. So lay back, relax and let's go for a ride. Yup... That's it. ▼ RIG ▼ The first step was to add a backplate to my GPU, I ordered it on V1 Tech and I have to say it's pretty darn sexy. At that time, I was using a Be Quiet! Dark Rock 3 to cool my CPU and it was hiding a large part of that back plate so I moved it to the second PCIe slot and it started to look better already. Summer was hitting hard and airflow was lacking, but some money came in and I bought... Paint. The brand is Liquitex, their paint is made of high quality pigments and I have to admit this is a really good spray paint. I opted for the Cadmium Red tint, the brightest red they had in store. You can find all Liquitex products here I masked my side panel and started cutting of the glorious MSI Dragon I drew... Right off my screen (please don't hit me). It's a long process that requires a lot of elbow grease, and a lot of focus. The whole cutting and peeling process took north of two hours. Here are a few processing steps. All of these steps were carefully monitored by my cat Loki. He's a great assistant. And a hugger. And cute. I LOVE THIS CAT. Painted and dried, I finally peeled the remaining painter's tape and cleaned the small bits of leaked paint. It's a water-based paint so some of the tape crinkled and some paint went under it. Here's the first paint stop I made with a fancy shot, while I was thinking about what to do with the front panel. I kept that Razer sticker during this time. Mmmh... Beasty. Then came August. With more money, I bought fans! YAY AIRFLOW!... Then nay heat, as I moved back to South of France... I hate seeing temps above 50 degrees. I ordered two Corsair SP140 and an NZXT Kraken X42 and got rid of my Dark Rock III. While mounting the watercooling and the newcoming fans, I took of the white metal bar from the inside and painted it red too, leaving the NZXT logo blank for it to stand out. Here are some eye-candy pictures of the inside of the case. Then I figured that my PC was pretty much showcasing two brands: NZXT and MSI. I decided to showcase NZXT a bit more, as the big a*s dragon was already representing MSI quite a lot, the front panel had to balance things up a bit. First things first, I had to create a stencil that would fit the front panel. I measured every bit of the tiny NZXT logo on the front panel and redrew it in AutoCAD. I could've printed the logo but hey, let's save trees. Rocky montage to fast foward 20 minutes of drawing and measuring! YAY Masking and cutting as usual, bla bla bla... Here's the final result and some more sexy photos of the final case! "Browse privately AND securely with Tunne" - Wait I'm not Linus. I hope you guys enjoyed the trip through me improving that boring white case into a glorious red and white showcase... Case. Here's the final rig: CPU: Intel i7-6700K - 4.00 GHz CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X42 GPU: MSI GTX 1060 Armor OC V1 - 6Gb RAM: 2x8 Gb Corsair Vengeance LPX - 2400 MHz MoBo: Asus Z170-A Case: NZXT S340 - Glossy White Case Fans: 2 x Corsair SP140 / 1 x NZXT Aer P 140mm / 1 x NZXT Stock 120mm fan PSU: Cooler Master G650M semi-modular power supply I'll swap the stock 120 exhaust NZXT fan for a Corsair AF120 white LED quiet edition fan by the end of September, and buy CableMod custom sleeved cables! Cheers!
  11. CAM Broken...Too Broken

    I recently built my first ever computer and got many of my ideas on components from Youtube and from LTT. I don't remember if I ever saw the cooler I decided to use for this build on there, but I ended up going with a Kraken x62 v2. Probably the coolest cooler I've laid my eyes on (and I don't mean temperature cool). However, after this summer, (I had built it around the start of summer) and after minimal usage because I was away for a month. I came back to my lovely computer and booted it up for the first time in a month. For the first three weeks of my return, the software that I was using to monitor my CPU, lighting and statistics was utterly broken. As many of CAM users know, the Kraken is just not detected sometimes and require a re installation to work again. After a while of the program working normally, it didn't open on boot. Not even when I tried to manually open it with administrator. I've tried re-installs, re-plugging the USB cable back in, and even switching to older versions of the program, but none of them would even work. The return period for the cooler has expired and I don't want to have to buy another cooler. Any way to fix this?
  12. I'm doing a new build (first time) and i'm currently installing the motherboard. The motherboard is an MSI X399 and the case is an NZXT Source 530. I'm connecting the front panel connectors as per my motherboard's manual, however there doesn't seem to be an HDD LED connector... There are two reset switches which also seems strange.. Could one of these be named incorrectly and actually be the HDD LED?? One reset switch is joined with the power switch so i'm assuming that is the real reset switch and there is one separate reset switch, see attached photo. This is my first time doing this but that seems strange to me..?
  13. Hey there everyone. So ive been working on my latest build and trying to figure out the best way to mount my graphics card vertically. After hanging out on the s340 elite club forum I decided to create this video as a helpful guide. This is should work in other cases too with 7 slots but I can't guarantee. Perhaps people could list below if they've tried and what case they used this in. Hope you like it. It's my first video like this. I would love feedback too to improve my videos
  14. NZXT Phantom Fans

    Hey, I got my Pc for quite a long time (3 years+) and because I am a lazy ass I never added/changed the fans in the case. Everything's stock and I'd like to ask if I can let the case how it was bought or I should change/add more fans because the temps in general aren't so nice and there should be some room for improvement.
  15. Just bought a NZXT G12 To chuck on my G1 Gaming 980ti I've got a brand new CM Masterliquid 240 i'd like to put on it. But i've got no idea if the 2 are compatible. I've also got a Kraken X61 I know will fit on the G12, but, that is currently cooling my cpu. I'm hoping the CM will be compatible. Hopefully someone can clear this up for me. Cheers.
  16. I'm making a parts list for my first build and am wondering if the H440's built in fans are good enough to handle my case for a few months before I buy some new ones? Heres my parts list; https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/
  17. Hello, I am new into building PC. Before this I do some study myself and pick the parts below, I hope can can get your opinion and review on my build before I complete it (detail question at the end). This is my first build 1. Budget & Location Location: Vietnam (All price and money in this post are preference from local store and convert into USD) Budget: around 2000$ 2. Aim Mainly use for listening to music, gaming, movie, store data, download and torrent Some game I intended to play on this system: BF1, Nier Automata, GtaV, Titanfall 2, World of warships,OW, etc... 3. Monitors 1 Dell Ultrasharp 25" U2515H. Reason for picking this monitor because I have a chance to use this monitor before and really like it although some spec of this monitor is not suitable for gaming (refresh rate, etc...) 4. Build parts The reason for these parts is I want a White theme build and personally like Galax and NZXT. Detail parts on PC part picker Note: The GPU I going to use in this build is Galax GTX 1080Ti EXOC White (Cant find it on PC part picker so i just picked EXOC normal version) 5. Question Is there any bottle neck or unsuitable part in my build ? Is a 650W PSU is enough or I have to go for 850W ? My first option for VGA is Galax GTX 1070 EXOC Sniper White. But because all shop here is out of stock and there is no info about when will new VGA is available to buy so I think I'll go for 1080 ? Is this waste of money or you guys think I should wait for new batch of 1070 ? Should I choose the Galax 1080 HOF 8GB 3 Fan over this card, I kinda worry HOF is a little bit too big for this Nzxt case Any other recommend or opinion out of the questions above are welcome, hope you guys can help me with my first build.
  18. Should I go for the Kraken x52 or h100i v2, cooling a 7700k? I will be replacing fans so fans will not matter, just focusing on the AIO part. Also price does not bother me, I am comparing them as if they are of equal pricing.
  19. new case for pc

    Hey, i want to ask about what case is the best Silent Base 800 no window Silent Base 600 window NZXT Source 340 RAZER Edition Pure Base 600 window
  20. Questions about NZXT H440 fans

    Hello community, just a quick couple of questions: I want to improve the temps of my H440 by changing the default fans, planning on getting 1xCorsair AF140 (Back/Exhaust) 3xCorsair SP120 (Front/Intake) and 3xCorsair SP120, two of them will be used on H110i V2 Radiator (Top/Exhaust), so, my questions are: 1. Are SP fans better on this particular case? I've read that on a couple of forums. 2. At this moment, the first slot on top of the case is empty, It would be a good idea if I go 3x120mm on top? Or it would create a "battle" between the first fan on top and the top fan on front? Currently I'm using the "card trick" on that slot (saw that on Reddit, supposedly it helps with airflow, not sure about it tho) Check the image link here Thanks for your answers!
  21. I'm planning to build a new system with these specs: AMD R5-1600 MSI X370 RX 570 4GB 16GB DDR4 @3000MHz 1TB HDD 256GB SSD The thing is that I don't know if this PSU will be enough: https://m.newegg.com/products/N82E16817116023. If it won't, then I'd appreciate your suggestions, but they have to be available on this website: https://www.mercadolibre.com.ar and cost less than $2.100 (argentine peso, Mercado Libre works with that currency). Thanks in advance, every advice is welcome.
  22. Hi everyone, I am currently in a dilemma between these 2 cases. I have gathered most of my parts for my first PC build and the case is the only remaining component.My PC specs:CPU: i5-7600 3.5ghz processorCPU cooler: Cryorig M9iMobo: MSI B250M MortarRAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB 2400mhzGPU: MSI GTX 1070 Gaming XPSU: Evga G3 550W 80+ GoldSSD: Samsung EVO 850 250GBHDD: WD 1TB 7200RPMFor my first PC, I want a case that has decent build quality and good airflow to ensure the CPU and GPU do not exceed 75c (preferably 70) while gaming. I am a heavy user and do not plan to do any overclocking.I did not consider the NZXT elite as I've read that tempered glass has higher temps, heavier and more expensive. From where I live, it costs $40 more than its predecessor so I don't think it's worth it. I'm not really into aesthetics so no LEDs for me but I do like the looks of the bridge and the inclusions of 2 exhaust fans of the NZXT which will allow me to get 2x140mm Corsair AF fans for front intake to provide a neutral airflow and cooler temps. The case ($109) + 2 fans ($40) sums up to $149.As for the Fractal Design Define Mini C, I love the simplicity, cable management and build quality of the case so a non-windowed version is preferred to minimise noise and possibly decrease temps with the closed window panel. In addition to this, I do not have to worry much about the window being scratched or damaged. Based on what I've read, the case has higher temps compared to the NZXT S340 but lower noise level. I am more concerned to the temps rather than the noise as I will be on headphones most of the time. For this case, I will be getting a Noctua NF-S12A case fan for exhaust and use the 2 stocks fans as front intake. No top fans as this will increase the noise level. From where I live, the case ($139) + exhaust fan ($28) sums up to $167.In conclusion, the NZXT S340 is cheaper with better airflow and looks but the Mini C has better build quality, quieter and more compact (size and weight). Can anyone please solve my dilemma and provide some advice/suggestions? It'd be much appreciated.
  23. Nzxt Manta build

    Hello, this i my manta build ``Projekt Pink Manta´´ that i have build and done some mod to. The mods i have done is to cut so the reservoir fits where i wanted and so one tube can go down under the psu cover. Did paint some parts like the ssd´s and some details on the case. Maybe gonna try to fix so some of the bends get more straight and looks better. Still thinking about to do something with the top panel on the case so more air can come out from the top. The Specs are I5 6600k ASUS Z170I PRO EVGA GTX 1070 SC Corsair SF600 Corsair 16 GB Ram Samsung EVO 840 and 850, 250 gb Alphacool Eisbecher D5 150mm Plexi Reservoir All the other watercooling parts are EK NoiseBlocker NB-eLoop B12
  24. http://blog.nzxt.com/2017/08/nzxt-becomes-first-hardware-partner-for-pc-building-simulator-game/?mc_cid=bbcd810c6b&mc_eid=eebd39767f
  25. I am planning on watercooling my PC and therefore would need some extra fans. I have narrowed it down to three; the ML120/ML140 fans from Corsair, the HD120 fans from Corsair, and the AER120/140 RGB fans from NZXT. I have written the pros and cons of each down below, so if you could help me choose or provide some insight, that would be great. Please keep in mind that I am also looking at getting a lighting controller and I much prefer the Hue+ over the Corsair Commander and the Lighting Node Pro. I will also need 7 fans for all my rads and an exhaust. I know that you can buy multiple of each lighting controller however, this is quite expensive and I am not sure if they will sync up with the lighting effects.ML120/140:Pros:Matches color scheme (red)Very quietHigh operating RPM rangeSP optimizedFan blade lightingCons:No lighting effects (big focus in my build)HD120:Pros:RGBCan sync to LED strips and other fans in the systemLighting effects (big focus in my build)SP optimizedDecent operating RPM rangeFan blade lightingCons:Looks a bit weirdHarsh LED lightingCorsair Commander necessary (I prefer the Hue+)Not enough fan slots on Corsair Commander for the amount that I need (could buy second Commander, but it very expensive)NZXT AER120/140 RGB:Pros:RGBLighting effects and uses preferred lighting controller (Hue+)Decent operating RPM rangeCan sync to LED strips and other fans in the systemVery smooth LED lightingCons:LED lighting is only on one sideLED lighting is not in the fan bladesAF optimizedA bit loudDoes not support enough fans for 4 LED strips and 7 fans.
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