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  1. Got a little crazy with this build. 400mm rad w/ 2x Riing 20s will fit... just don't take no for an answer & grab your drill. Also, I've been meaning to take the GPU block apart because, unfortunately, the LED strip isn't connected. Wish I had better pics but I wanted to be sure RAM block was included. Wish this case did 200mms on the front like my Level 20 GT, but overall love this case. It's also some of the best cable management I've managed to pull off. Specs: CPUI: Intel i9-10900K, de-lidded, w/ conductonaut liquid metal direct die cooling (thank you Rockit Cool) & EK Quantum Velocity d-rgb waterblock GPU: EVGA FTW3 RTX3070 w/ EK Quantum Vector waterblock Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws 2x16gb, 4200c15-15-15-35 de-lidded w/ EK Monarch heatsinks & Monarch X4 waterblock Motherboard: Aorus Z590 Ultra Power Supply: Thermaltake Toughpower 850w Storage 1-Sabrent Rocket 4.0 1TB NVMe 1-Patriot VPN100 500GB NVMe Cooling 1-Alphacool NexXxos 400mm radiator (side) 2-Thermaltake Riing Trio 20 1-Thermaltake Pacific C360 360mm radiator (top) 3-Thermaltake Riing Quad 14 (top, push) 3-ID-COOLING no-12015-xt-argb 120x15mm (top, pull) 1-Noctua NF-A8 80mm fan (top) 1-Magicool 140mm radiator (rear) 1-Thermaltake Riing Quad 14 (rear) 3-Thermaltake Riing Quad 12 (front) 1-Barrow 18w D5 pump
  2. Edit: I must recant my first post. There are definitely things about thermaltake's system that I'd prefer were different: It would be cool if I could if I could sync the fan controllers with the motherboard to avoid the hassle of having multiple RGB software programs on my computer. It would be cool if I could figure out how to sync multiple controllers to a single fan or at least group all the fans of a certain type together (there are 7 120mm riing plus fans on my new build). It would be cool if spaces on the controller not in use could be hidden (especially with riing trio 200mm that require two connections per fan) so I didn't have to scroll past black spaces to get to slots in use. It would be cool if the fan controllers came with a SATA to 4-pin Molex adapter since every PSU I've ever gotten comes with 3 SATA & 1 molex cables or alternatively, if they changed from 4-pin molex to SATA connections entirely. All of those improvements would be welcomed (by me at least) but even without those changes, the TT RGB Plus software is better, comes with more lighting options, &/or is much more dependable than the other software I've had to use. CM MasterPlus has constant issues detecting my CM box & every time I've tried to use the lighting effects settings, it has failed to work correctly. MSI Mystic Light has issues lighting my G.Skill RAM correctly & other bugs. Not to mention it requires me to download DragonCenter so I have to constantly watch to make sure no bloatware gets installed. ArmouryCrate has like 8 lighting options & they're not great (which is an understatement). It too has lots of bloatware junk. The RGB software for both XPG & G.Skill are awful & I've only ever used corsair's massive (2gb?) rgb control program for my keyboard but it too was unintuitive junk. Aorus's rgb software is pretty good. The point is, TT RGB Plus may have its imperfections but there is so much worse out there. Make sure you're not putting too many devices on one controller. Get some SATA to Molex 4-pin adapters. Double check that the floppy disk power adapter the controllers use is in as far as it can go & be happy you're not using some of the garbage out there because with the benefit of hindsight, TT RGB Plus really isn't that bad
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