its a good mouse; its my daily driver, and it fits larger hands quite comfortably.
you can just use both sides
i have had a good experience with the strix lineup, the b450-f would be a good option...
I go to the exact same frys; Unfortunately it has gone downhill. Their stock is no longer that great, however, if you catch them right after they get a shipment it can be pretty good. The customer service is still pretty good though...
Corsair h150i, Corsair h115i platinum, corsair h100i platinum...any of these will do great.
I would still recommend the corsair option.
Corsair, I don't know what cpu you're rocking, but when in doubt, go corsair.
I personally use the corsair void pro rgb wireless, the audio quality is great, and the mic quality is great. the range on the wireless portion is pretty good as well.
Corsair knows its water cooling, when in doubt, corsair...
I dont have the elite, I was talking about the original s340. I cannot speak of my experiences with the elite, because i don't have any. I can only speak about the original.
I don't believe you read my comment correctly. I was talking about the original s340, i have no experience with the elite, but i currently own the regular s340 and hate it.
hs 50, hs 60, both great options
steel seris rival 600
DONT BUY the s340, it is absolutely terrible. The airflow is bad, its made of cheap parts, and it sucks for water cooling/AIO support
then go with that
if it doesn't fit, i would be shocked, and that would be one of the most lengthy coolers on the market... short answer, yes, it should fit.
corsair h75; doesn't take up that much room, fairley cheap with good performance.
I would agree with that, spend less money on the cpu, and more on the gpu. My main concern with that build is the bottleneck...
1600x doesn't include a wraith cooler, to high of a tdp, and im not sure if the 2600x has one either...
I think the Corsair void pros are pretty nice, and pretty versatile as well. you can get a wireless pair for about 20 bucks more. they have dolby 7.1 surround sound so the audio is great, and the mic is pretty clear as well. There is audio control on the headset itself on both the wireless and wired version. There is a wired version that has a 3.1 jack that plugs into usb adapter; just make sure you get the right one...
it depends on the purpose of the computer... if its a gaming pc, I wouldn't get one, everything's digital now. if its a workstation, I would. Just make sure your case supports it. it also depends if your running older software, or if your windows key is on a disc, in that case i would just get an external one.
yup, just make sure its formatted...
wired connections should work right out of the box...
I believe it comes with 2 sp120, which are good fans, just a tad on the loud side... I have 4 but I don't mind the noise.
looks good; the only thing I would recommend is a more beefy power supply, something between 650-750 watts...