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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey there, I'm building a PC soon. Im a newbie, so any advice is appreciated. My case is the corsair obsidian series 350D. The case had a 280mm radiator support, but it did not support the Corsair H115. I suppose this is because of the thickness of the radiator. No. 1 will the Kraken X61 fit inside 350D? No. 2, can the NZXT cam software control anything that's not from NZXT, like a Corsair AiO. Incidentally, what is the 140mm fan that has the highest static pressure? Thanks for all

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2 minutes ago, Master Jimbob said:

what is the 140mm fan that has the highest static pressure?

NF-A14 i assume...


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4 minutes ago, Master Jimbob said:

Hey there, I'm building a PC soon. Im a newbie, so any advice is appreciated. My case is the corsair obsidian series 350D. The case had a 280mm radiator support, but it did not support the Corsair H115. I suppose this is because of the thickness of the radiator. No. 1 will the Kraken X61 fit inside 350D? No. 2, can the NZXT cam software control anything that's not from NZXT, like a Corsair AiO. Incidentally, what is the 140mm fan that has the highest static pressure? Thanks for all

would recomend u go with h100i gtx

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4 minutes ago, Master Jimbob said:

Hey there, I'm building a PC soon. Im a newbie, so any advice is appreciated. My case is the corsair obsidian series 350D. The case had a 280mm radiator support, but it did not support the Corsair H115. I suppose this is because of the thickness of the radiator. No. 1 will the Kraken X61 fit inside 350D? No. 2, can the NZXT cam software control anything that's not from NZXT, like a Corsair AiO. Incidentally, what is the 140mm fan that has the highest static pressure? Thanks for all

yes nzxt cam can but would recomend u use the company of the stuff u r buying for its software

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1 minute ago, courtiousdoge said:

would recomend u go with h100i gtx

is it better? Cuz my case can handle the h110 and i think dats better, cuz there is a larger rad.

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5 minutes ago, Master Jimbob said:

Incidentally, what is the 140mm fan that has the highest static pressure? Thanks for all

 

Instead of focusing on highest static pressure rating alone, I would look for a 140mm that is rated at a high static pressure at a decent RPM.  You'll find 140mm fans rated upwards of 7+ for static pressure, but they may need to spin at 3,000 RPMs to produce that.  The Cam software will be able to control other manufacturer's fans/pumps provided that the controller supports both voltage and PWM.  Some AIOs will need voltage regulation for their fans, while others like Corsair use PWM depending on the model.


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This is the best fan for attaching to rads from what I have read. Good bearings and high performance/noise ratio.


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2 minutes ago, GER_T4IGA said:

This is the best fan for attaching to rads from what I have read. Good bearings and high performance/noise ratio.

Those should be very quiet too since there aren't any there.  :D


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Go get the high end air cooled solutions like the NH-D15. I have it and love it over any AIO. Temps are low to. My load temp are only 42 degress!!!!


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1 minute ago, ChaseB said:

Go get the high end air cooled solutions like the NH-D15. I have it and love it over any AIO. Temps are low to. My load temp are only 42 degress!!!!

 

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2 hours ago, Master Jimbob said:

is it better? Cuz my case can handle the h110 and i think dats better, cuz there is a larger rad.

didnt know dat then get h110i gtx

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Sry for forgetting about adding the name: NB-eLoop Fan B14-PS


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21 hours ago, ChaseB said:

Go get the high end air cooled solutions like the NH-D15. I have it and love it over any AIO. Temps are low to. My load temp are only 42 degress!!!!

doesn't fit in my case

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