I read you can have at most 2-3 fans on one header.
If you want more fans on the same header you need to look for an adapter which add extra juice using a sata power connector. You can always try, the worst case scenario is it doesn't spin.
Am I blind? I don't see it on the store.
In the end, I managed to use the cable shipped with the case. I used the middle whole of the back of the case, and bent very firmly the power cable at the other end to connect it to the PSU. (as other person reported on the forum)
That will do the trick...
Did someone found it on Amazon / eBay /aliexpress?
I cannot use the cable provided with the case as the side screwed to the case conflict with the CPU Cooler. That cable seems less rigid and would solve my issue.
I would vote for the Asus Strix 2080ti OC
It is the most massive GPU I saw in the case. It seems crazy it fits :D
I am wondering, do you think there would be the space to put a 120mm AIO for a GPU (like a MSI Seahawk) next to a C14S?
In that scenario, I would imagine the radiator to be next to the CPU Cooler and behind to the power supply 🤔
What do you think?
It is strange, usually coil wine comes with high FPS. If you decrease resolution, FPS should go up and so the coil wine.
On the other hand, the load on the PSU may decrease as the GPU must be less busy and drain less power.
I don't know where it comes from, but that seems a bit contradictory to...
Nice. Have you compared the performance between exhaust and intake for the bottom fans under the GPU?
I have seen people tends to use exhaust. But I find that strange as when you stand in front of a fan, it is more fresh to have the fan blowing at you than having it pulling air from you :p
On mine there was an invoice. There was the usual shipping plastic folder stick to the box, which let you open it and see the documents.
I got two invoices, I guess one was meant for customs but they did not take it.
Price is also correctly declared : on the shipping label and on the invoices...