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post #2031 of 19171 (permalink) Old 03-06-2017, 04:15 PM
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Hey guys im still on the fence with what mobo to go with. I am planning on building in nzxt H440, which comes with 4 fans. The asus prime x370 pro only comes with 2 fan headers, but it also has
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Could i use two of those to connect the other two fans and use the asus fan tuning software? Just seems weird to only have 2 chassis fan headers on a 160 dollar motherboard.

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I count at least 6 fan headers on my board. All of which are 4 pin, but I'm not sure if they are all PWM enabled.
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In the very limited number of comparisons the China chips have a slight advantage too early to tell honestly though. I have a batch 1707 1800X - still waiting on the board.

Unless there is some reason to think that the actual mounting and packaging makes a difference in the overclock (with Intel you could argue that not soldering could make that a possibility), I'm firmly in the camp that people are just seeing a difference because they want to see one. If there are multiple fabs involved, maybe, but variation among batches is probably going to be larger than any variation in packaging location.

But I'm a skeptic by nature.

Could very well be - the 1707's (2) from China were the top of one chart with 1702 Malaysia being the slowest. Certainly too early to establish a trend.
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I count at least 6 fan headers on my board. All of which are 4 pin, but I'm not sure if they are all PWM enabled.

You have the x370 prime? Like i said i have no idea the difference between an aio pump header/water pump/chassis fan, i just wanted to know if it will have enough for 4 fans.

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You have the x370 prime? Like i said i have no idea the difference between an aio pump header/water pump/chassis fan, i just wanted to know if it will have enough for 4 fans.

yeah I do, as for the naming of the headers it's more or less the same. Fan headers marked "water pump"/"aio pump" will work just as fine as one marked cha_fan or cpu_fan as the pumps that are being manufactured are made to work on regular fan headers.

you can also just use fan splitters if you are worried about not having enough.
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You have the x370 prime? Like i said i have no idea the difference between an aio pump header/water pump/chassis fan, i just wanted to know if it will have enough for 4 fans.

DIfferent amps. Lowest amp is 1amp. Considering most fans draw like .25 max. You should be okay splitting to at least 3.
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yeah I do, as for the naming of the headers it's more or less the same. Fan headers marked "water pump"/"aio pump" will work just as fine as one marked cha_fan or cpu_fan as the pumps that are being manufactured are made to work on regular fan headers.

you can also just use fan splitters if you are worried about not having enough.

Awesome sounds good. The H440 actually has a PWM hub built into the case, but i wasnt sure how that would work. Guess ill look into it a bit more.

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Also... stupid question from me here... but do I need to reinstall windows 10 for my build now or will it be ok to just update drivers and all that after it boots up? I have been a bit spoiled with going from intel to intel for my last swaps so I just want to make sure if I need to ready up a boot disk for win 10.
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Also... stupid question from me here... but do I need to reinstall windows 10 for my build now or will it be ok to just update drivers and all that after it boots up? I have been a bit spoiled with going from intel to intel for my last swaps so I just want to make sure if I need to ready up a boot disk for win 10.

I would lean towards a a clean install when switching from Intel to AMD.
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I would lean towards a a clean install when switching from Intel to AMD.

thought so to, jsut had to ask, because I'm lazy and I don't wanna do more stuff then I need to tongue.gif
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