They are. Still IMO the best 120mm fan. But I am not using them. 3x120mm rad wouldn't fit.
Forgot I had an HWLabs SR1 2x140mm on the shelf. Compared to the Magicool.
Love the fit and finish of HWLabs
And in the case.
The finish from the 'EZ Liner' bedspray. This stuff truely is the...
TBH I don't really have issues w/ the backside of the fans IF the logos aren't tacky / incorrect direction.
3D printed reservoir mount.
Sleeved and stickered the bottom rad fans.
And using the other stock 140mm for exhaust. Sleeved and stickered.
Wiring @ PWM hub. Will probably...
3D printed some hub covers to replace the aging stock stickers on the Gentle Typhoons.
Back to 2x140mm. Will just have to ditch the Samsung 950 Pro. Gave rad a paint job.
Barrow order came in. EVGA 3080 even gets an active backplate.
And then for the MSI RTX3070 Ventus. Way overkill...
Random IO is very important. But for desktops / laptops, only the low queue depth 1-2. You'll generally not see higher without multiple users hitting the drive at the same time.
But SATA really hit its limit there a while ago. So just get whatever is cheapest IMO.
Working on installing radiators in Fractal torrent. Fighting w/ it for about an hour to shoehorn in the 2x180mm + 3x140mm. Finally get them in. Just to realize the ports on the 3x120mm are blocked by a fan on the 2x180mm. If you read my post in my thread I first tried a 2x140mm but the fan...
It is a massive improvement over the TVs UI. Like I can get in to an app before the AVR has even finished powering on. Couple complaints, first is Plex's app. It just doesn't have the same settings control as the ones on my TVs. And the other is if the internet goes down, the FireTV is useless...
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