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  1. Hello everyone,, So, back when I was upgrading my rig in 2012 I didn't know much about PC's and I made the mistake to buy my CPU Cooler from a Chinese brand, that is to say THERMALTAKE, instead of buying from Cooler Master, Corsair, etc basically from anyone else except the Chinese. ufa Like you have heard, in the last few days the world of Personal Computing has been taken by storm by AMD RYZEN. We have seen so far several companies stepping in and offering FREE AMD RYZEN mounting kits for their CPU coolers. That includes Cooler Master, who released a FREE AM4 upgrade kit for their widely popular CPU cooler Hyper 212 Evo: http://www.coolermaster.com/we-are-ready-for-your-am4-socket/ Hyper 212 Evo is probably the most popular CPU Cooler in the world right now. So, is Thermaltake planning to release AM4 kits like Cooler Master, or am I right in assuming that only fools buy Chinese CPU Coolers?
  2. Hello everyone,, i have recently bought a Thermaltake View 71 RGB Plus case and i cannot for the life of me get the fans to work, i have changed cables and plugs but still nothing. i have the lights on but no fans. when i use the software to change it to riing plus it come up with Warning controller no.1. it is on lumi whatever that is but i cant get the fans to work https://batteryasking.com/best-deep-cycle-battery/. any ideas??? I have changed usb headers different cables, different plugs, usb in back of mobo but still JACK, whats the use of it if u cant use it. i have a aorus Z390 pro mainboard if that helps. i have seen alot of faults but no fixes so ill try whatever it is. thanks. infam
  3. Hello everyone,, i need a better cpu cooler than my stock one. AM4 compatible (Ryzen 5 2600x, Corsair 275r case, decently low profile RAM). I've been doing research and I can't decide for the life of me which way too go. The only air coolers anyone every suggests highly are Noctua. Sounds great, but I hate the beige and kind of worry about sag on the Mobo. Water cooling looks cool, but I am worried about messing something up and getting my rig wet. The airflow in my case isn't top notch, and I have a blower GPU, if that would matter one way or another.color copies
  4. Hello everyone,, I just built a new PC and installed the TT Water 3.0 Riing 360 AIO. The fans are working fine, but I am unable to change the speed or the colours through the software. It keeps saying " Could not find fan controller, please check the fan controller is connected." The fan controller is indeed conected, but for some reason it doesn't see it. What can I do? I tried repluggin the fans, the hub and the controler as well as reinstalling the software.conversor de divisas
  5. 've got an ITX system running a Ryzen 2700x and a 1080 Ti. Both have AIO coolers at the moment but I'd like to go for a custom loop next. The Apogee looks like the perfect space saver, but I don't see it stocked by UK sellers, so thought I'd ask before I buy from the US. distance between US cities I'm thinking I can go from Apogee > rad > gpu > back to apogee and it'll be a really sweet little loop. No need for a separate pump/res etc. My case is tight on space so a combined block/pump is the only way I'll do it I think. Any and all thoughts welcome, cheers
  6. I'm looking for a wireless keyboard similar to the Mac Keyboard in terms of the placement of the fn/cmd/ctrl keys. At work I switch frequently between using my laptop keyboard when I'm in a meeting, and using my current wireless keyboard at my desk which has the fn/ctr/cmd keys in a different order than the laptop. It appears that the wireless keyboard I already have is pretty standard, with the ctrl keying being on the left most postition, followed by FN and cmd, but the laptop has FN in the left most then followed by cntrl, alt, cmd.netent casino software
  7. Hello everyone,, I just purchased a 3.0 Ultimate to replace my CM Glacer 240L, which had a pump failure. My motherboard is the ASUS Rampage V Extreme. The pump is plugged into CPU_FAN, and the fans are plugged into Chassis Fan 1A. Both Speedfan and Fan Xpert are reporting the max RPMs for the pump to be ~1850 RPMs, however the spec clearly shows 3600 +- 150. online sweepstakes software Any idea why it's so low?
  8. Hello everyone,,, my hp pc comes stock with amd fx-6100 and, instead of amd mounting brackets, it uses intel lga 1155 mounting setup for the cpu cooler. it comes stock with CM12V from Cooler Master. it uses mounting screws instead of push pins to mount the cooler to the motherboard. i want to upgrade from fx-6100 t0 fx-8150(the motherboard is rated for the cpu) and i've tried a cooler with the push pin setup but 1) it was to tight of fit to get my hands in there and 2) the pins themselves just weren't going into the holes, so the mobo wasn't having it. what cooler do you guys recommend i go with? i'm not overclocking the cpu..conversational spanish classes near me
  9. Hello everyone,, I have bought a 240 mm rgb water 3.0 kit Im installing it on an Aorus Z270 gaming 5 Mobo. I have a Master maker 5 case but I am struggling to get the software to recognize the water block and fans. It only says please connect hardware.. I have looked what to do online and the instructions were used to connect the system to the motherboard. I have the pump plugged into my Sys fan on the MObo and the fans plugged into the CPu fan three pin connectors as stated in the instructions. english news capread I looked int he back of my case ans I already have a little box that came with the Mastermaker case for fan controlling.. The pump is working and the fan LEDs are lit up, so its all getting enough juice. If anyone can help Id really appreciate it.
  10. Hello everyone,, I am building a system with a lian case and want to use Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 360 TT Premium Edition AIO, and 5-6 Rind trio fans all connected to A TT sata 9 port LED controller directly (will not use the controller that comes with them) With A gigabyte Aoros MAster Z390. Can the floe riing cooler fans and trio work fine thru the tt controller? Is there a 360 AIO from thermaltake internet cafe sweepstakes providers that has trio fans´╗┐? Or is there a recommendation for a thermaltake´╗┐ 360 AIO cooler that can utilize the ring trio fans and cost about the same as the floe Riing? One more question where can I get single fans or triple Riing trio fans without having to buy the controller since I am going to use the tt 9 port? Also will the MOBO still automatically work with the radiator fans (heat kick in etc) Plisskin808
  11. Hello everyone,, First of all, I've done some research and it seems that Dark Rock Pro 3/4 and NH-D15 are the best coolers out there. The thing is, they are dual tower and take a lot of space. I was wondering if single tower coolers perform much worse than dual tower ones? If not, which ones apart from NH-U14S are good to cool 8700k. I must admit that I don't really like noctua's colors (I know they are good tho), and I'd like my RAM to be visible, not sit under the cooler. Thanks in advance for your time and recommendations. sweepstakes software Some info: Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7 Price doesn't matter CPU: Intel i7-8700k Only air cooling, no water
  12. Hello everyone,, I'm about to open up a internet cafe where we serve dim sum to customers, however I don't know what software to use. This is generally what I need:internet cafe sweepstakes providers -Order food from their computer -Log in without going through front desk if they are a member -Able to time in and time out every customer -Has a rewards program for loyal members -Able to message my staff if need be -Can pick through several selections of food options that we serve Oh, i need it to be in English.
  13. Hello everyone,, As my computer was dutifully chugging along yesterday playing a game, I realized - it is really loud. The case fans sound like a plane about to take off. I think that the issue is two 140 fans on top, as the others are Corsairs and from very brief, very unscientific testing, don't seem as loud. The two up top I added after the fact and while they push the air through, I don't know that the trade-off is worth it. So, here's my question to you guys: what's the quietest fan that pushes the most air? Is it still Noctua's offerings? I'm interested in both 120s and 140s.
  14. Hello everyone,, An air cooler is anything that cools the air. An air conditioner controls heat and humidity. If it helps, remember that air conditioning was originally invented by Mr. Carrier to control the humidity in a paper factory, and cooling was the way he did that: cooling moist air causes the water vapour to condense out, drying it. The dry air is then very cold, so if you then mix it with some of the warm, moist air, you get air that is not too cold or too dry, and which happens to be nicer for people too.
  15. Hello everyone, I'll be that guy and say that your best option is a big honkin' air cooler. Large fan means lower noise for the same airflow. Beyond that, basically every AIO water cooler is roughly the same (they're all Asetek with the same pump). If you're dead set on one, look into them and find the one with the least proprietary software bullshit; I shouldn't need drivers for a fan.
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