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Comment reply on zincfusion's Completed Build: From Sandy Bridge to Coffee Lake

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Hi! I am interested in such extensions! Where did you buy them? Did they come with the combs or did you need to purchase them separately? Where is the Noctua fan listed in the parts?

Thank you so much :)

Comment reply on Jay-Dubs's Completed Build: Jay-Dubs Meshify Ti

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

Understood. I'll keep in mind when I will be upgrading my build. One last question: can you also write the product code of the Phanteks LED strip? Did you also need to purchase an extension to connect it to the motherboard?

Comment reply on Jay-Dubs's Completed Build: Jay-Dubs Meshify Ti

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

Hi! What about putting your top fans as exhaust and your GPU fan as intake? I tried that config in my own rig (obviously there are case differences) and my temps got better than having the back as exhaust. My compliments for radiator tubes position. Which braided PSU extension did you purchase?

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