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MrRotten

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  1. Well, I made the appropriate purchases and finalized my Decision. Here's what I picked up to prepare Rebuilding my Pre-Build. DeepCool Castle 360EX ARGB AIO DeepCool 120mm EX ARGB Fans x6 DeepCool 4 Port PWM Fan Hub (Using this for the AIO Fans/Controls) DeepCool 10 Port PWM Fan Hub (Using this for the other 6 Fans/Controls) 12 Port ARGB LED Hub 3 Pin (All 9 Fan's ARGB will be routed to this. Which leaves me 3 extra slots for other ARGB Strips or Bling) LINKUP Cable Extenders Set upHere ARGB GPU Brace (Mostly for the looks, Christmas Pres
  2. Yea I thought about those, but that's more cabling, I wanted to try and avoid Splitters Cables. What I did find though is 2 things. #1 - A 10 Port Fan Hub for PWM - Connected to a PWM Fan Header on the MB and a Sata PSU Connection. #2 - A 12 Port ARGB Hub - Connected to an ARGB Header on the MB and a Sata PSU Connection. That I think will do the trick, no need to daisy chain hubs, they are standalone.... 1 for Fans, 1 for ARGB, so that adds a little redundancy there. I only need 9 ARGB Ports for my Fans, so that gives me 3 extras I ca
  3. That's a pretty good Hub, does both the PWM 4 Pin for the Fans and also the 3 Pin ARGB for the Lights. It's only 6 though, I'll need 9 for 9 Fans with RGB. Do you think these can be daisy chained off each other? For example: Plugging in 5 Fans and 5 RGBs to 1st Hub, then Adding a 2nd hub using the 6th slot Fan/RGB Header from the 1st Hub giving me another 6 connectors. Do you think that will work?
  4. ...I guess I'm confused The Link you Provided talks about Y Splitters to control PWM Fans in the first part. Then in the 2nd part it talks about running Splitters off the MB ARGB Headers to control - Uni Lian Li - fans. Those Uni Fans are over $100 for a set of 3... they don't need as many connectors/headers because they connect to each other. I don't have Uni Fans. I plan on using DeepCool MF120GT Fans. The link does explain that I can run Y ARGB Splitters off the MB headers, but my MB only has x1 ARGB Header. I have 9 AR
  5. Thanks for the tips! I think I solved the Performance Issues, as we both agree that the CPU Cooler isn't good enough for the CPU. In hindsight, had I known, or understood more about the i9 Gen 10 Processors and how they want to be Overclocked, and are Auto Overclocking already out of the box with Asus MBs, I would have definitely done things a little differently. Right now, having changed the Auto Overclocking in the BIOS to Manual, that made my system Stable and everything is running fine now. My next goal is to Install an AIO Cooler - leaning t
  6. Budget (including currency): $2700 USD Country: US Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: General Gaming, plus some upcoming Game Titles. Other details CAS: [RAZER EDITION] LIAN LI PC-O11 Dynamic ATX Mid-Tower MOTHERBOARD: ASUS PRIME Z490-V ATX, ARGB CPU: Intel(R) Core™ Processor i9-10850K 10/20 3.60GHz [Turbo 5.1GHz] 20MB Cache LGA1200 FAN: Cooler Master I71C CPU Air Cooler MEMORY: 32GB (8GBx4) DDR4/3200MHz Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro Dual Channel Memory VIDEO: GeForce(R) RTX 2070 SUPER™ 8GB GDDR6 (Turing) [VR Ready] (Single
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