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Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 19 months ago
  • 1 point

Zero problems so far!

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Very rainbow. Much fast.

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Right now I'm running 2x vertical 1920x1080 monitors and a single 2560x1080 ultrawide 144hz monitor. The goal is to swap out the ultrawide with a 4k once the GPU is updated. While having the Ultrawide is really nice for gaming on my end, it makes video content creation a real pain due to the wider aspect ratio of video assets.

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Doing local testing, confirming in the docs, and with NZXT support - the RGB Aer fans blow air out of the RGB side. So the way I have it set up now (as mentioned in the description), there are 5x intake fans (3x front, 2x top), and 1x exhaust fan (rear). Once NZXT releases a RGB Aer fan that can swap between exhaust and intake, I'll swap out the rear fan to have the RGB aesthetic facing inner case again.

It's bizarre, because you're not the first to point this out, so I've had to quadruple check and contact NZXT directly just to confirm I'm not crazy haha. But yeah, original picture shows all intake - so I've flipped the rear fan to an exhaust, as mentioned in the description.

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Thanks! Since all the RGB (strips and fans) are all NZXT and routed through the case's smart device and Hue+, I'm just using the NZXT CAM software to control the animation of each, setting them all to "Spectrum Wave".

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Doing local testing, confirming in the docs, and with NZXT support - the RGB Aer fans blow air out of the RGB side. So the way I have it set up now (as mentioned in the description), there are 5x intake fans (3x front, 2x top), and 1x exhaust fan (rear). Once NZXT releases a RGB Aer fan that can swap between exhaust and intake, I'll swap out the rear fan to have the RGB aesthetic facing inner case again.

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 4 points

Depends on how many mushrooms I pick up during the bootup process.

Comment reply on elementsaside's Completed Build: Rainbow Road (RGB)

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

Great question, I believe it should - but you'd have to check the docs on supported weight for the Autonomous SmartDesk 3. Unfortunately, the width of the desk isn't enough where I could fit all 3 monitors and the tower, so I have a small table beside the desk to place the tower on.

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