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Jason 57

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    Disabled Vet
  • Occupation
    Shipyard Worker


  • CPU
    AMD RYZEN 5 3600 6-Core 3.6 GHz (4.2 GHz Max Boost)
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    G.Skill 32GB 3600MHz DDR4 DRAM
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X
  • Case
  • Storage
    WD 500GB Blue SDD, WD 250GB Blue SSD, SanDisk SSD PLUS 2.5" 240GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SDSSDA-240G-G25
    WD Black 1TB HDD, WD Green 3TB HDD, Seagate 4TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM550x 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    LG 29UB55-B 29" Ultra Wide HD 2560 x 1080 5ms 2 x HDMI, DVI-D, DisplayPort Flicker-Safe Split Screen LED Backlit IPS
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G110
  • Mouse
    Logitech 510 Hero SE
  • Sound
    Anker Soundcore 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. There are many options that everyone is going to throw at you. @TVwazhere was a HUGE help when I was asking questions about my upgrade last year. I bought the Lancool 2 Mesh Performance (Non-RGB). It was under $150 because it was not in stock at the time I purchased it. The fit and finish is great! Way better than the older cases I have built in the last 15 years. It flows a great amount of air at my components. And hopefully more, when I add a couple more fans and change my CPU cooler.
  2. Pretty much. RGB software can be fickle. I built my son an all MSI build, but Mystic Light wouldn't recognize his MSI keyboard, mouse, headphones or the case. His Corsair memory wasn't seen either. Just his MB and GPU were seen by the software. It's funny, he asked for RGB stuff, but then doesn't make any adjustment???? Kids these days.
  3. Also with that solid front, you really wouldn't get any air to move through the AIO if placed there. Like @Stahlmannsaid, go with a mesh front case. I currently have the Lian Li Lancool II Mesh Performance and my son has the Lancool 215. Here you can see what real airflow would be against my old 10/12 year old case.
  4. Thanks. We just bought some paint to try out on my old Antec case. Going to see what color and finish work for her. It's going to be some form of purple.
  5. AH, I got you. Basically like what I am doing. My am building my daughter's Graduation PC next year. (Hopefully GPU stock will be balanced by then.) I have it down to either the H1 or the Meshilious.
  6. I recommend the Lian Li Lancool 215. I have built in it recently.
  7. It comes with an AIO and a 650 watt Gold SFX PSU. You only need a MB, CPU, RAM, SSD AND GPU I just checked this morning and they are out of stock. May I ask where you are getting it from??
  8. I would recommend the Lian Li Lancool II Mesh. I have the Performance, they also sell a RGB version. It will hold 3 3.5"HDD (which can also hold 2.5" drives) and there are places for 4 SSDs on the back side of the case. Not sure if it helps, here are photos.
  9. That is why I got the Lancool II Mesh Performance instead of the RGB model. LOL
  10. Go back into Mystic Light and toggle off the setting to override 3rd party software. That should be why you aren't able to use the Lian Li software. Sorry I am at work, so I can't take a screen shot for you.
  11. A Google search got me this. https://www.neweggbusiness.com/product/product.aspx?item=9b-11-999-393 https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/legacy-products/accessories/h500p-mesh-front-panel/ Shows that Cooler Master does make one. Not sure if this helps. Good Luck.
  12. First off, welcome to the forum. If you are asking for help on a pre-built. It would help to say what kind of / model by which company you have. Also a clear picture of the motherboard. Have you looked at your Manual?? It should show you every port on your motherboard, and explain what they are there for. As a side note, troubleshooting posts, should go into the Troubleshooting sub-forum.
  13. I apologize for not seeing this yesterday. I am off work today, so I am sitting here next to it. As I stated above, sure there is a little bit of vibration when I increase speed, but not enough to be concerned over. If it bothers you, you could either purchase, or find some rubber that you can cut out to mount between the fan cage and the case. (I don't think you will need longer screws, but don't take that for certain.) That will help to isolate the vibration to just the fan and it's housing. If you look closely as fans or any other spinning machine that claims
  14. HMMM. I just switched mine to High speed and felt them. The only thing I can really feel or hear is what I think people call coil whine. But, this is coming from an old man who has lost some hearing over time. [especially on the frequency of my wife's voice. YEAH that's why I don't always here her. ] No matter what, it is up to you and your judgement on if you think they are bad. I would contact Lian Li customer support, and see if you can exchange for a fresh set. I guess I am lucky that mine seem fine. Now my debate is do I still want to get a 120MM fan