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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 05:16 PM
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RIP that poor bastard that actually bought it from eBay at that at that price...
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i didnt i just used that link
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so replaceing the 3 fans gives better temps? what fans to get that can plug in same way?
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so replaceing the 3 fans gives better temps? what fans to get that can plug in same way?
Did you buy one? If so, just try it out with the included fans and see how your temps are before you go off spending money to upgrade them.

As for fans that plug in the same way, they are just normal 4pin PWM fans. Any of the popular PWM fans will work. The only thing you lose by ditching the stock fans is IRIS RGB control. If you replace them with a fan that uses RGB, you would need either a separate controller or use your motherboard RGB headers.
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Did you buy one? If so, just try it out with the included fans and see how your temps are before you go off spending money to upgrade them.

As for fans that plug in the same way, they are just normal 4pin PWM fans. Any of the popular PWM fans will work. The only thing you lose by ditching the stock fans is IRIS RGB control. If you replace them with a fan that uses RGB, you would need either a separate controller or use your motherboard RGB headers.
ya i bought it, and no i wasnt going to buy new fans unless someone did it and could say there was a differnce to make it worth it
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