I remade the desired build on another site for better clarification on socket compatibility between two parts
And it said that I may need something called a mounting adapter to be able to connect the liquid cooler and motherboard of choice
the specific parts in question, are:
ASUS - X670-P PRIME WIFI AMD AM5 ATX Motherboard
ASUS - ROG Strix LC II 360 ARGB All-in-one AIO Liquid CPU Cooler - White
I'm not super confident I can build a pc myself, and would like for it to be built at the store for me. What I'd like to know is if I do order these parts to be put together in the store for me, would a mounting adapter be provided, or would I have to find one and install it on my own?
Greetings, if you're having one of our store locations build the PC, they will assist you in ensuring you have everything needed to get the PC up and running.
Excellent! Would it be alright to bring an example of the build I want on my phone so they can check and make sure they can do something about the parts before building at the store?
Yes, that should be fine to do. Our build your own sales associates in store would be glad to review any part lists or examples you may have.
The motherboards must meet sizing standards, including clearance around the socket for coolers. All coolers, AIO and air, are made with these standards in mind. So, it is not whether the motherboard can accept any particular cooler, because it can. The real question is whether the case has a place to mount the radiator and fans without bumping anything.
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