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Old 04-10-21, 07:26 PM
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Personally I just cringe whenever I look at Corsair RGB fans these days... The cable management is just a nightmare to even begin thinking about.

Lian Li has really innovated in this regards and their new AL ones are just miles better than what Corsair has to offer.

With this said, your rig does look really good I must say, well done

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Old 04-10-21, 08:08 PM
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Personally I just cringe whenever I look at Corsair RGB fans these days... The cable management is just a nightmare to even begin thinking about.

Lian Li has really innovated in this regards and their new AL ones are just miles better than what Corsair has to offer.

With this said, your rig does look really good I must say, well done

Appreciated, I will not be buying Corsair fans again though as much as I like the look of the crystal HDRGB ones, The rats nest of cables is ridiculous, LianLi's daisy chain fans have been on the market for long enough for Corsair to come up with something that doesn't require 2 hours of cable management.
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Old 04-10-21, 08:14 PM
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Appreciated, I will not be buying Corsair fans again though as much as I like the look of the crystal HDRGB ones, The rats nest of cables is ridiculous, LianLi's daisy chain fans have been on the market for long enough for Corsair to come up with something that doesn't require 2 hours of cable management.
Agreed. Even before Lian Li came out with their UniFan series, Corsair had been on the market for several years. The fact that they STILL haven't figured a better solution is just hilarious to be honest.

I don't understand how they could have come up with their cabling in the first place.
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My feelings on RGB anything are, buy the colour you plan to use and forget about rgb on anything other than RAM/GPU/mobo and be happy

It's a decent rig, but personally don't like the tubing wrap on that AIO but it still works in the build
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My feelings on RGB anything are, buy the colour you plan to use and forget about rgb on anything other than RAM/GPU/mobo and be happy

It's a decent rig, but personally don't like the tubing wrap on that AIO but it still works in the build

It's temporary as I'm awaiting delivery of the white H150i Capellix
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It's temporary as I'm awaiting delivery of the white H150i Capellix
Since you are going for RGB madness try OpenRGB. Corsair has some good products but the iCUE is the king of bloatware.
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Since you are going for RGB madness try OpenRGB. Corsair has some good products but the iCUE is the king of bloatware.
Or SignalRGB.
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Since you are going for RGB madness try OpenRGB. Corsair has some good products but the iCUE is the king of bloatware.
I shall try that thank you.

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Or SignalRGB.
Tried that but it gave me a few issues, I'll keep an eye on it though.

Little update as I've had coffee and I'm bored...

Capped off the hole in the replacement PSU end cap shroud thingy with white plastic card cut to size, Took a while for all the measurements, Covered it in white carbon fiber vinyl and glued it in place.



Replaced the stock black thumb screws on the front of the case and little PSU shroud with red anodized thumb screws and also replaced the black corsair stickers with white vinyl.

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Or SignalRGB.
That ruined so many software apps on my windows. I removed it ASAP.
And its still spamming me constantly now with emails after making an account. "buy pro now"... no thanks
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