I had a look at a few RGB/ARGB controller hubs, but most of them seem to allow 5V ARGB strips and fans to run from 12V headers, not the other way around.
You may need to run the Neon strip from the board, and get a separate RGB controller hub to run the AIO.
I just saw this news posted on Tom's Hardware.
I'm about to start building up my Ryzen 5 3600 based system in an NCASE M1, so the NH-U9S is probably overkill, but I want one anyway, so if it's available when I'm doing my Black...
Unfortunately, my unit hasn't even shipped yet.
I'm going to contact them and see what's going on, but between this delay in shipping, and continuing delays due to COVID-19, I think I'll be lucky to get it before the end of the year.
You would need to setup an account with your delivery address and add the item to your cart to see the final cost. They should also give you an estimated delivery date.
Although, with the Ryzen 5000 series CPUs having been announced, it's probably worth waiting till for Black Friday at the end...
I’m fairly sure I’ve used both copies at the same time, but probably not in the same app. I think I was using Illustrator on my laptop while a video was rendering in Premiere Pro on the other PC.
I’ll be in the office tomorrow, so I’ll try opening the same app on both machines to see if it...
If Photoshop has been running okay on that PC in the past, and is only starting to slow down recently, then there's a good change that a Windows update, or updated driver may be causing an issue.
I recently had problems after an update to my Logitech G HUB software, and we've had issues with a...
He does mention in the video that Linus Tech Tips is working on a similar project, but they plan to use watercooling. I'll be interested to see that when it comes out.
Perhaps 80mm fans at either side mounted at a 45 degree angle blowing air towards the center with a suitable shroud would be a...
An article with more details has just been posted on Anandtech:
The release date is listed as early October, and the 240mm, which I suspect is of most interest for SFF builds, will be $95.
I'm putting this in Off Topic, as this PC is certainly not small form factor by volume.
However, in a lot of respects the fact that the desk is only 5cm thick makes it necessary to build as though it were.
I was wondering if the cooling would have not been better and quieter if some larger...
I don’t see why it shouldn’t fit. The 3080 Founders card is 2-slot and 285mm. One of the bigger concerns is the fan that blows through the card will be blowing hot air directly into tower style air coolers (like the Noctua U9S), and with no tests out yet, there are still unknowns in terms of...
I see EKWB now has water blocks available for the reference boards (which they point out are not the ones used for the Founders Edition cards):