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  1. Hi, I’m currently in the process of planning the build for my Thread ripper PC on a budget a potential avenue for CPU cooling crossed my mind that might be impossible due to availability. My current plan is to fit a Cooler Master Wraith Ripper TR4 with a G.Skill Trydent Z RGB Ram kit behind it since board compatibility was an issue with the Ram I chose before. Now, I plan to fit all this in to a Corsair 780T. my problem is if I were to swap the wraith Ripper out for a Cooler Master AIO cooler the only option I’ve found is a 360 radiator, since I want to use both 5.25 drive bays. The 360 radiator is to big for the potential for it to be upgraded to push-pull system and doesn’t quite fit the 140 mm fans I would be installing. Sadly the length is too big for the top mount. I have google searched for a Cooler Master ML280 RGB TR4 Edition but I either get the specs page, the none TR4 version or a load of ads for the much bigger 360 radiator which won’t fit with the idea of putting it in a push pull configuration in the future. So, anyone know if Cooler Master will be producing 240 to 280 mm radiators on the market at all or am I better off sticking with the Wraith ripper.
  2. Hi guys. I recently installed the Masterliquid 240L as part of a CPU/Mobo and Case upgrade. So far so good, however my pump and the two fans refuse to light up. I have connected one of the Molex connectors to my Power Supply, however there is a male and female molex included and I cant connect both. Do both of these need to be connected? Thanks.
  3. I bought a liquid pro 240 cooler last weekend and went to install it tonight on my new build. When I removed the block from the box I noticed that there was liquid around the entrance to the hoses in the block (both sides) Please see photos. I believe that this may be defective and did not install it. I am now stuck with a new cooler and no computer as I do not want to risk putting this in my machine and have it leak over everything and ruin all of my components. Is this a common problem? I assumed it is the water from the cooler. But when I felt it it feels a bit like oil.
  4. Hi everybody! I have put together my first build just yesterday. The nepton 240m is connected to a Gigabyte z170x Gaming 7 mobo. And the case is NZXT n450, it has it's own PWM hub. The question is my Nepton connected to the mobo correctly? The setup is as following: - nepton pump is connected to "CPU_FAN" connection - nepton fans are connected to the NZXT PWM hub - the NZXT PMW hub is connected to "CPU_OPT" connection Any idea if this is ok?? Because so far I get very weird readings of fan speeds with CPUz and Gigabyte EZtune. It always says "CPU_FAN" 2800RPM & "CPU_OPT" 400RPM This can't be right, can it? I mean the pump can't reach 2800? The whole setup makes almost no noise btw, including no pump sounds. But all the fans are spinning. I've attached a screenshot. Does anybody know if this looks right or not? Don't want to fry my nepton. Thanks!
  5. Hi Guys, Am i ask if is possible to made a Nepton closer-loop water cooler with a 240mm radiator, because many of our cases do not support 280mm radiator like silencio 652 case Thanks for your atention