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  1. So are you saying I can do 2 intake and 1 exhaust in the top together? like //back to front (1 ex) (2 in) (3 in) - would that cause airflow issues?
  2. But I don't want to mess up the RGBeeeee! I haven't OC'd the 2060 yet but maybe I'll wait till I get an exhaust fan.
  3. @Constantin I plan on adding 1 rear exhaust fan in the near future but I thought 3 intake was enough...?
  4. Hello LTT Forum, I just wanted to share my new build and hear some feedback on what you all think. Cable management isn't perfect and there's some additions I want to make in the future but I think it turned out pretty decent. The RTX 2060 and 3600X being on sale is what did it for me. My wife and I will be playing lots of BL3 and who knows what else (Want to buy Metro Exodus and Cyberpunk 2077 when it gets here!) Only issue is that iCUE and MysticLight hate eachother Parts list and more pics: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/mLvnTW Thanks to LTT, JayzTwoCents, Gamers Nexus, Ha
  5. Hello, I'm trying to determine where these new GA PSUs would fall on the Tier List: https://www.evga.com/articles/01340/evga-ga-psu/ Specifically I'm looking at the 550W: https://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/PSU.aspx?pn=6608BD3C-4E4C-467D-9026-33CFFAA94728 I can see it has OCP and the other protections listed as "Tier A" But I can't seem to find anything about: inrush current limiting, independent regulation, be Half-/Full bridge and meet c6/c7 crossloads. Thanks for any help