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P350x and Dark Rock Pro 4

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys, I'm looking into buying and new PC and I was wondering if the Dark Rock Pro 4 would fit in the Phanteks P350x.

If no can you suggest me some good budget cases ? Thanks

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Just now, LukeTheCoder05 said:

Jesus, he was just asking a question. i'm sure you've asked stupid questions.

aaaand whats the problem?

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1 minute ago, LukeTheCoder05 said:

Giving them a hard time for a question.

i think watching a video is much easier for them to pick a case

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To find out, go to Phanteks website and look up the spec sheet. It'll have a cooler clearance number.

Then, go to BeQuiet!'s website and look at the height of the cooler.

 

You'll find your answer. Also check the RAM clearance while you're there.

 

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15 minutes ago, Fennie said:

i think watching a video is much easier for them to pick a case

I think answering his first question would have been more helpful, instead of what you did, which really wasn't helpful at all.


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Check the case dimensions and compare them to the cooler's. All the info is there, bruv, you just gotta look. 

23 minutes ago, Fennie said:

was is that hard you pink fluff?

That video is quite old, there are better options now


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The Dark Rock Pro 4 is 163 mm tall while the P350X only officially supports coolers up to 160mm tall.

 

Technically, it could fit (and I believe it would, they usually quote a couple of mm short), but it's not officially supported

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I think I’ll keep the Phanteks P350x but instead I’ll pick the Dark rock 4. 

Or is the Pro model really that good ?

 

im planning on overclocking my Ryzen 2700x

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The none pro variant should be just fine for your use being 200w TDP cooler. Even when overclocked ryzen chips are relatively cool.

 

edit:

BeQuiet pro sereis uses the same cooler/fan setup, with a modified cpu block for the TR4 socket. So, imo, it would be overkill


We've been putting Windows OS in our PCs for years, now windows on our cases .. whats next? windowed Hard Drives or windowed IHS's

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On 1/10/2019 at 1:25 PM, Imbellis said:

The Dark Rock Pro 4 is 163 mm tall while the P350X only officially supports coolers up to 160mm tall.

 

Technically, it could fit (and I believe it would, they usually quote a couple of mm short), but it's not officially supported

 

It will most likely fit, I got a dark rock pro 4 into a raijintek metis with a 160mm restriction with room to spare.

Those measurements are purposely smaller for the same reason 120w GPUs have a 500w psu recommendation, so people don't hit the limit exactly and complain.

 


Build the PC you want to build, not what others tell you is best. If you want to sacrifice faster ram or a better motherboard for parts that look cooler, go for it. It's your PC.

 

 

Safe used buys:

-Processors

-Motherboards (inspect the pins on LGA sockets)

-RAM

-Cases

- Air Coolers

-Midrange or entry level GPUs 

 

Potential risky Buys:

-Hot, high end graphics cards

-Power supplies

-AIO liquid coolers

-m.2 SSD's

 

Do NOT buy used:

-SATA SSDs

-hard drives, especially enterprise tier

-motherboards with bent pins thinking you can fix it

-PGA processors with bent pins thinking you can fix it

-gpus with "bios errors"

 

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