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    I didn't try, but I don't think it would have much of an impact (with the radiator on top), most of the input of air come from the side of the case, my guess is the bottom is more an exhaust for the gpu rather than an intake
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    I'm sure you still can fit an M2 SSD behing that pump 😄 M2 => SATA: M2 => USB3: That should fit (44mm wide for the sata, 23 for the usb) Is it useful? No but I think we are way beyond usefulness with your build 🙃
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    Well if you already have the waterblock yes it is, but if you don't, no clearly, spending 150-200€ on top of the gpu to gain a few degree knowing that your gpu will be outdated in 3 years and you're likely to throw the waterblock with it, it's clearly not worth it The payment method is shopify
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    Here: https://www.rueducommerce.fr/ And they're a little overpriced, especially since the coronavirus crisis (the 2070 that I bought was in promotion but it was still 420€), that's the downside (and it's a voucher, so you have to buy something on their store after, also be carefull it only work...
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    You don't need cable tie in this case everything fit by pressure 🙃 (I just used one to avoid having the tube stuck betwen the PSU mount and the pannel) By the way, got an RTX 2070 (that I can send back in the year and get 80% of the purchas value in voucher), my eyes was bleeding too much on...
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    Do you hear a noise when you shake your radiator? If yes that mean they are still some air in it
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    Actually you have plenty of space, because you have nothing on that side of the motherboard, and you don't have to suffocate your fans
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    Long screw can be used for the PSU mount (it's exactly the length of the central beam), and for securing the top and bottom panel (I used medium screw for the top since I ddin't have enough long screws for it)
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    I think he was talking about the L shapes ones (since that's their purpose) and not those ones
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    They are threaded (the own that support the PSU bracket at least), that what I used in my configuration (edit :eek:h you talked about the middles one, sorry read to fast) The parts that I have no idea of why they exist are those ones: Bought some CKC form alphacool
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    So I received my new 15mm fan, and here are the result under prime95 after 5min with a quick fan profile: CPU: 9900K stock (no undervolt) CPU FAN 1: Noctua A12*25 CPU optional fan: LT240 pump CPU Chassis FAN 1: Noctua A12*15 The case is in 3 slot mod, but they are no gpu inside right now, and...
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    If by that you mean 2.5 SSD, yes I did, the end of the rigid plastic of the alim cable doesn't fit properly in the slot but it worked fine, they're just a little tension on it Yes that's how it work for sending the package. But on the receiving end you can have custom fee that you will have to...
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    The first thing I did when I installed my system was to download the RGB controller soft to deactivate it 😄
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    So my 15mm is dead :/