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ArcX

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  1. Thanks for the advice everyone. I will try to get a PSU from Corsair, as some can be normally priced if you keep looking.
  2. Hi guys, I've been making a plan to build my PC (which I might not be able to until a few years later) for sometime now. It's been going pretty good and sits at around $1080 so far (without the PSU), with an RTX 3060ti and the RGB goodness. However, I'm kind of anxious with what PSU I should get. I have this constant fear that something might go wrong before the warranty expires with it, and the company I bought it from can't replace the broken parts of my PC due to power surges and other stuff from a PSU failure. So the question is, is there such a PSU company that wil
  3. Hi, I've been planning my PC build and I've been stuck on an issue. I've wanted RGB in my PC, but there are 2 issues: price, and proprietary parts. Going for Corsair RGB fans was obviously too expensive for my $1500 budget, so I wanted to find cheaper options. My plan is to have 5 fans and 1 240mm AIO, 3 fans in the front, 1 in the back, and 1 on the top with the watercooler. While browsing through amazon, I've found these ARGB fans for around $50 and is good enough for me: https://www.amazon.com/EZDIY-FAB-Moonlight-10-Port-Motherboard-Computer/dp/B07XBSKTY6/ref=sr_1_9?
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