Best Cooler for 8700K in S340 Elite
Hi guys, recommend me the best cooler for an 8700k in the s340 Elite case, air or aio - I want to avoid a custom loop. '); }
Help me pick cooler for my 8700k
I'm trying to pick a good air cooler for my 8700k build that won't block any ram slots (That won't force me to use low profile ram) as i plan on using 32GB in the future.This is my build so far.PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700K 3.7GHz 6-Core ...
Which are the best fans to get for Corsair's H115i (280mm) in a S340 Elite case?
As we all know, the S340 Elite's front intake is pretty choked in the front where I'll be mounting my new H115i (hopefully it fits). I am looking for the best fan to get around $25/ea with high enough static pressure to pull air from the choked front and through the radiator without sounding like...
Building a PC I7-8700K need advice
Hey All,I'm looking to build a gaming/streaming pc and need some advice on the parts.Here are the parts so far:CPU:Intel Core i7-8700K 3.7GHz 6-Core ProcessorCPU COOLER:NZXT Kraken X52 LiquidMOBO: Asus - STRIX Z370-E GAMING ATX LGA1151 MotherboardGPU: EVGA Geforce 1070 ti or...
Help with cooler for 7700K
I am not planning on overclocking and I have narrowed down my choices to Corsair H80i V2 and Corsair H100i. Will the Corsair H80i be enough to cool the CPU or should I go for H100i if I want to keep it comfortably within safe temps? I am using an NZXT S340 Elite case '); }
ryzen 5 air cooler
hello guys, i just want to know what is the best air cooler i can get for 80-75€ and that can fit in an S340 and that comes with the AM4 brackets out of the box. thank you kindly '); }
gaming mobo for i5 7600k?
hi everyone. im going to be building a new pc soon but cant decide on which mobo to go for. the pc will mainly be used for gaming, battlefield 1. so far ive chosen: NZXT s340 elite (black) NZXT 280mm Kraken X62 RGB All In One CPU Water Cooler Intel i5 7600k ideally im looking to s...
NZXT Releases the S340 Elite and internal USB Hub
As the old saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” NZXT takes that saying to heart in what seems to be the best ways. Take VR for example. There are some features that can really help a case cater to that market, but that doesn’t mean a company has to completely redesign the wheel. The S3...
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