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  1. I will be building the following build: Case: NR200P (regular side panel, no TG) Case fans: x2 bottom intake NF-A12x15-PWM, x2 top exhaust NF-A12x25 PWM AIO: NZXT Kraken X63 side mount, fans replaced with x2 NF-A14 PWM CPU: AMD 5800X MoBo: Gigabyte Aorus B550I PRO AX RAM: x2 16GB Crucial Ballistix 3600MHz CL16 SSD: Gigabyte NVMe SSD 1TB PSU: Corsair SF750
  2. I was planning on using a 5800X (when availability allows)
  3. Hello, I am planning on building a mITX system on the NR200P case. I will be using a Gigabyte Aorus B550I PRO AX mITX board that has 3 fan headers (2 system fan headers and 1 cpu fan header). I will be using a NZXT Kraken X63 and I will replace its stock fans with 2 Noctua NF-A14 PWM. I am planning on plugging the AIO pump into the motherboard CPU fan header and the 2 NF-A14 PWM into one of the two system fan headers using a NA-SYC1 splitter. Also, I am planning on installing 2 bottom intake NF-A12x15-PWM and 2 top exhaust NF-A12x25 PWM fans and daisy chain the 4 fans using 2 NA-SYC1
  4. I was thinking the same thing until I saw this video from Bitwit:
  5. I have edited the scenarios with the positions of the elements
  6. Hi everyone, I would like to know your opinions related to air pressure for the following 2 scenarios: Scenario A: Meshify C TG, x2 Arctic P14 PWM PST CO as front intake (pull), x1 Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 as back exhaust (push), Corsair Hydro H115i RGB Platinum as top exhaust (push) Scenario B: Meshify C TG, x2 Arctic P14 PWM PST CO as top exhaust (push), x1 Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 as back exhaust (psuh), Fractal Design Celsius S36 as front intake (pull) Will both scenarios achieve positive pressure? And if so, is it desirable? I
  7. Hi everyone, is there any benchmark out there to measure performance on the Arctic P14 PWM PST CO fans? It will be great to understand if the CO version actually brings any improvement as Arctic claims compared to the non-CO version. Same can apply for the PST version versus the non-PST. Also, it will be great if not only Arctic fans are part of the benchmark, but also other similar fans. Anyway, if such a benchmark does not exist, any opinions on the Arctic P14 PWM PST CO fans? Their specs sound pretty good to me. Thanks!