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Kahubu

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  1. Thanks for the info. I've got 2 Noctua fans which are 4 pin I think. Probably just buy 3 more of them. But that Corsair hub is still no good since, it's different connector. Damn
  2. Yeah, It looks like they have a different connector to the regular 4 pin that the fans in the case have. Do you think there's a converter to the Corsair connector? Also the white connectors going into the current hub are 3 pin, would that mean you can't control them at all still?
  3. I bought a new case, mostly for airflow concerns (Silverstone RL06). The front three fans go into a fan splitter, which I thought was a controller hub. A way for all my fans to go into it and then control all my fans separately, but it's not what I thought. There's one wire coming out of it, but it's like a 4 pin connector going to a Molex connector, which I had a cable from my PSU. So basically, the fans are powered up 100% all the time, no control. I bought a Corsair RGB fan controller hub, thinking I can plug all my fans into it and then connect that to my motherboard. The only connector on
  4. For £4 extra you can get the MH752, the upgrade on the previous one. It has the dongle attachment thing on the wire that has built in 7.1 surround sound. Watching a few reviews on it and the mic sounds amazing. I'm considering this mic more and more. Is the 7.1 surround noticeable? For an extra £4 I can't see a reason to get the newer version. Would you agree?
  5. Why are they garbage? Are you talking purely in sound quality or material quality? If they don't break, are solid, and the cushions are good and thick, then that's good to me. If the sound quality is good then that's good to me. I'm a casual consumer of headphones, they don't need to be the highest quality of sound for me. But if they're poor material quality then I understand
  6. Does anyone know if the SteelSeries Arctis 7 are comfortable? I'm just really weary of them losing their cushion quickly. Can you buy new cushions for them? I think with the Bose headphones you can buy replacement cushions but they're stuck on with glue, which I don't want to risk ruining
  7. Thanks for those suggestions. If I were to look at the Beyerdynamic DT990 Edition 32 Ohm, it would have to have a mic built in. I can't be dealing with all those wires with the ModMic wired, and it's just a bit too expensive for the wireless version. It does look good though, if I find but more money, I'd consider that combo
  8. I have had a problem with my current headphones that use for gaming on my PC. I currently have the Bose QC 3 headphones. Great headphones, great sound quality and noise cancellation. I would carry on using them for gaming but I feel like the cushioning has flattened a bit because after wearing for more than 3-4 hours my right ear starts aching and hurting a lot. So, getting to the point, I'm looking for suggestions on PC headsets, mostly used for gaming with a built in microphone. Budget is around £150. I could push to £200 if my budget is too low. The main thing is they need to co
  9. It's really clean, I clean it quite often, and use a blower to blow the dust out of the fins etc. I had similar temps before, when it was quieter, between 75-80 degrees when gaming. And yeah, it sounds like the fans getting faster. There isn't any grinding noise
  10. This is the voltage curve I have going on in MSI Afterburner. I know it's all situational and dependant on card and other hardware but anyone got any pointers on making it different?
  11. I bought my RTX 2080 about 2 years ago, it has worked fine up until a year or so ago. The when playing games it starts to run really loud when the temperatures hit 79-80 degrees on the GPU. I've been using MIS Afternburner so I can see that and monitor it. I learned about under volting the card a few months ago and that worked pretty well - still got warm and performed decently but no noise. Now I have reset my PC, fresh, just because I like to do that every now and then. The noise has started again. I've lowered the frequency in the Voltage/Frequency curve editor some more, like when undervol
  12. I've been trying to get stereo audio out of my PC for days now and was wondering why I can't. The Windows Sonic for headphones option in the spatial sound doesn't turn on and comes up with an error when I try. I have a Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X-CF (https://www.gigabyte.com/uk/Motherboard/Z390-GAMING-X-rev-10#kf) On the back it has the capability for 5.1 surround. I'm just using the line out. Which on this pdf here (https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/D11P1TUWDES.pdf) on page 11, there's a table that says the line out handles 2 channel, up to 7.1. Am I right in thinki
  13. On the motherboard? I’ve seen £10 PCIE cards that say they do stereo. Would that work? Docooler PCI-E Express 5.1 Sound Card 5 Port Stereo Surround Sound Card for Office https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07HRTD32Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_aeoaFbKB9N049 something like this?
  14. I've been trying to get stereo audio working in my Bose 35 QC II for a while. I've bought a male to female cable capable of carrying a mic signal (https://www.amazon.co.uk/LANMU-Replacement-Compatible-Microphone-SoundTrue/dp/B07PZ5SMP8/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=android+mic+cable&qid=1593864341&sr=8-3), which goes straight from my headphones so I can have a microphone. They then go into an extension (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07QLWQCWM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1), I've had to buy this because my PC is too far away to plug straight into. This t
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