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Build went well, just the cable routing on the NZXT H710 isn't as awesome as expected, but good nonetheless. Had quite some BIOS, driver and crash issues with the all new hardware in the first 2 weeks. And memory voltage gets detected correctly in the XMP profile, but still set wrongly and has to be set by hand to 1.35V up from the Auto value of 1.2V. Now, 4 weeks in it runs smoothly and very quiet. In desktop light browsing I can't even hear the PC. For that I had to replace the bequiet original fans that came with the AIO by Noctua NF-A14 PWM Chromax.black.swap. Temperature wise I run PWM for the AIO, so temps are a bit up and down while playing games, but so far the CPU temps never rose above 67 degree Celsius for a very short moment. The graphic card on the other hand stay rather constant around the 69 degrees Celsius shown here. Both values at roughly a room temperature of 22.5 degrees Celsius (so not the theoretical 21).

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  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Do you need to use a PWM splitter or fan hub for this mobo? It has 2 system fan headers I think. I'm gonna build a PC with similar components tomorrow. Please, let me know! :)

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Hey. The Mainboard has 4 PWM connectors - 2 for the AIO and 2 for the back and front fan, in my case. Hope that helps. The H710 comes with a 3 way fan splitter for the front fans. I hope this helps.