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  1. Hi, croprime90 That is one hack of a cooling setup! Unfortunately, Tower 900 can't really house such a thick radiator plus push & pull fan configuration. The clearance is around 116 mm, which means the thicknes of your fan plus radiator can not exceed 116 mm, or you will have to seriously modify the case like ur Lian Li O11. If you can move the rads to the front, there just might be some cases that can fit ur cooler: Core P8 Tempered Glass Full Tower Chassis (thermaltake.com) View 71 Tempered Glass ARGB Edition (thermaltake.com) Both of these cases can fit 420 mm radiator in the front, and are long enough tolerate a 100 mm thick radiator plus fans on bothside. Feel free to have a look! Cheers
  2. Hey, Tri My apology for the inconvenience. In order to identify the root cause, I need your help to verify two things: 1. When you pressed the RGB button for 3 seconds, did you see the light of fans blink twice? 2. Can we switch back the RGB mode to manual control by long-press the button once again? Cheers
  3. Hi, Mithkith Level 20 MT ARGB only supports 360 mm radiator in the "front". On the top, you have a choice of installing up to two 120 mm fans. Cheers
  4. Hi, Dara To answer your first question: the connector you are looking at is probably a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C connector, and it's probably coming from the case's I/O ports. You will have to identify if there is a header on your motherboard looks like this: Regarding your second question, which you stated that you are unable to control the fan's color. May I ask which case you are using currently?
  5. Hi, yuppicide Both Core P3 and P5 can fit in a Noctua NH-D15 without an issue!
  6. Hi, syfer Can you identify a PCB fan hub behind the motherboard look like this, and check if there is a cable coming out from the connector in red circle? There should be a cable connecting the PCB to motherboard in order to SYNC the front fan with M/B software.
  7. Hi, Halcyon2099 You can't control the fan speed of the stocked fans in View 31, they will run at 100% RPM at all time.
  8. Hi, Kurosawa 90mm fans and 92mm fans are usually interchangable, so you should be able to replace the old 90 mm with a new 92 mm without any problem. Cheers
  9. Hi, kn8200 Glad to hear that you like our build! The components in the pictures include: 1. Front Fan: Riing Quad 14 RGB- White x 3; 2. Front Radiator: Pacific CL420; 3. Top Fan: Riing Quad 12 RGB- White x 6; 4. Top Radiator: Pacific C360; 5. PSU: Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1200 Platinum; 6. Distro Plate: DP100-D5 Plus; 7. CPU Water Block: Pacific W5 CPU Water Block 8. Riser Cable: TT Premium PCI-E 3.0 Extender – 300mm 9. Memory: TOUGHRAM RGB Memory - White Cheers, Thompson
  10. Hi, there Judging from the partial product name you provided, I assumed that your case is Divider 300 ARGB Snow. In order to use the reset button to control the light, you need to make sure that the reset cable is connected to the fan hub in the back of chassis; To use MSI software to control the light, you need to connect the ARGB header coming from the fan hub to the motherboard:
  11. Hi, Parolakias I looked into the motherboard you are using and found that there are 12V RGB headers and 5V ARGB header on the borad: With those headers available, you should be able to connect the pre-installed fans to the Addressable Gen 2 RGB Header (A) and the Riing 12 to the RGB header (B), then control these devices simultaneously with AURA Sync. Let us know if it works for you!
  12. Hi, Raftus You should be able to locate 3 sets of brackets for 5.25" in accessory box:
  13. Hi, Diamond-Hands On the other side of the connectors, you will see an arrow that indicates "+":
  14. Hi, there TT's PCIe 4.0 Riser Cables (flat adapter) are perfectly compatible with Core P5. Following are two variations that are different in length: TT Premium PCI-E 4.0 Extender 300mm (thermaltake.com) TT Premium PCI-E 4.0 Extender 600mm (thermaltake.com) Cheers!
  15. Unfortunately, the answers to your question 1 and 3 are both NO. The PSU shroud and glass side panel are not competitbile with the older model.
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