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i5 6600 gaming PC, 8GB, GTX 1050 (no OS) £551.99 @ AWD-IT

£551.99 @ AWD-IT
20% off this desktop system which was going for £692.34 - just grab one of the recent Windows 10 deals for a complete system. Customise the HDD or RAM options too. Read More
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20% off this desktop system which was going for £692.34 - just grab one of the recent Windows 10 deals for a complete system. Customise the HDD or RAM options too.
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#1
Cold. Only here for the..........
banned#2
is this any good?
#3
a 1050 is 130. not sure the quality of the components for the remainder
#4
Deviating slightly I like the look of cases with clear sides such as this but do they generally have any way of switching off the leds such as at night?
#5
For that price should have been a 1060 to make it worthwhile...not voting either way...
#6
hannibalhorn
Deviating slightly I like the look of cases with clear sides such as this but do they generally have any way of switching off the leds such as at night?

If it's an LED fan (or fan type connector) the case supplied has an external 3 setting fan controller 12v, 7v and 5v, that 5v setting would dim it some.
Of course all the fans will slow down as well so any critical fans/pumps would be best controlled via motherboard headers and something like speedfan.

edit: link to case (if advertised correctly)
https://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/chassis/aegis

Edited By: alanbeenthere on Dec 05, 2016 15:51
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alanbeenthere
hannibalhorn
Deviating slightly I like the look of cases with clear sides such as this but do they generally have any way of switching off the leds such as at night?

If it's an LED fan (or fan type connector) the case supplied has an external 3 setting fan controller 12v, 7v and 5v, that 5v setting would dim it some.
Of course all the fans will slow down as well so any critical fans/pumps would be best controlled via motherboard headers and something like speedfan.

edit: link to case (if advertised correctly)
https://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/chassis/aegis


Very interesting. Thanks for the link. I didn't know that fan switch was even on there. I just wish there was a simple switch to turn off the lights when I'm watching a film or something. It would be interesting to let the fans control themselves based on temperature and use the switch on the case for lights. I'm sure it would be possible.

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