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Comment reply on iamthetot's Completed Build: Seen But Not Third

  • 17 months ago
  • 3 points

Unfortunately, nope. Was the first thing I tried. Here's the connection through my 50 dollar TPLink adapter - https://puu.sh/AxH2m/ff714ab983.png

And here's the connection through the onboard - https://puu.sh/AxH2Y/bf341dad97.png

And even when it does connect, the speed is absolute trash. I'm talking like 1 mb/s.

That said, I don't regret the board. But don't buy it for its wifi, that's for sure. The bluetooth works fine though, loving having that.

Comment reply on iamthetot's Completed Build: Seen But Not Third

  • 17 months ago
  • 3 points

The extra 4 pin is for extreme overclocking. The average user, and even the average overclocker does not need it. Just using 8 is fine, but if you DO use the 8+4 that is also fine, it won't cause any damage.

Comment reply on IPutItTogether's Completed Build: It’s So Beautiful

  • 18 months ago
  • 2 points

Very nice cable management.

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