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    The Maker 5t is an amazing case, build quality is fantastic and looks magnificent, however, the airflow is very restrictive, Changing my case has led my CPU to be about 6 degrees hotter than before, removing the front panel does drop temps but man, if the panel restricts airflow, then why have it there in the first place.
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    Hello Not recommended because of 2mm Might you cant close down your side panel ? Please contact NZXT customer service maybe they have some solution for you
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    I am still waiting for these 2 units waiting time is UNACCEPTABLE. terrible customer support.... 4 months for 2 power supplies, without ANY contact from coolermaster besides Mohd Noh on the forums. Seriously I can understand that they were backorder for a few weeks but not a single G650M got out of the factory in 4 months ??
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    all i want to do is order the am4 bracket for the cooler master air maker 8. i have chatted with a live representative about 8 times first time the guy claimed if u order the product from newegg or amazon the am4 bracket would be included, which i knew was false. so i spoke to supposedly to THE EXACT SAME REPRESENTATIVE under alias “Adrian” and he then proceeded to tell me it WOULD NOT come with the bracket. i then spoke to representatives again that could never just send me a damn link to buy the bracket. its as if they have no idea how to. u can forget calling cooler master bc u know damn well they dont answer their phone. service is horrible. id love a DETAILED EMAIL with a DIRECT LINK to buy the am4 bracket for my COOLER MASTER AIR MAKER 8 CPU FAN. It is literall listed NO WHERE on ur website. Thanks for alot of wasted time for a 2 dollar part u couldnt just ship out to begin with and god awful customer service email: ejk19877@gmail.com
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    Hello Firstly i wanna say Sorry Second you can issue a ticket Third maybe this is what you looking for : AMD AM4 Upgrade kit (RR-AM4B-MAM8-R1)
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    As a years long Spawn user, someone who had Xornet for several months and now owns a MM520, I agree on most counts. My hand is 18.5x10cm and I've gotten used to wide mouse. MM520 is longer, that's immediately noticeable. It's doesn't bother me, it's not too long, like Mionix Naos 5000 that I had long ago. It now allows people with small hands to palm it comfortably while still being excellent for fingetip, which you couldn't do properly with Xornet/Spawn...it made MM520 more versatile. It's taller than Xornet but in one specific part, on the left side between the thumb and index finger. Your palm actually rests on that part a little...Xornet has a bump which is more centered. If you look at them from behind, MM520 has a more steeper curve from left to right, while on Xornet it's more gradual. What's also more gradual on Xornet is the finger rest for the ring finger, on the right. The part with mouse buttons on the MM520 is narrower than Xornet's, which makes that ridge more pronounced on MM520...it's more "smooth" on Xornet. It does suit me in a way, however, because I had some fatigue with Xornet during long gaming sessions (like 6+ hours), I felt like the my ring finger and pinky were too separated from the rest. So far, no such feeling on MM520, my ring finger don't feel as spread out because of narrowed mouse buttons part. I kinda like the new PBT material on MM520. Feels good, doesn't slip...The coating on all of my Spawns used to peel after a year or so. No such issues on Xornet but I've only been using it for several months. I don't mind the lack of rubber on thumb rest, it doesn't slip, and it's comfortable for me. On contrary, I dislike thumb buttons. They sound loud and weird...I'm yet to get used to the feel, since I'm not using those often. As for rest of the buttons, it's my biggest gripe with MM520. They work fine and they're comfortable but the the click feel is noticeably worse than Xornet, for me. They sound hollow and loud, the right one more so than left one. I don't know if I got the "wrong" specimen or my Xornet was super tight, but I really prefer the ones on Xornet, they were almost the same as those lovely ones on Logitech G203 which were perfect for me. DPI button is ok, but I prefer two wide ones on Xornet than single narrow one on MM520. Scroll wheel is a lot better on MM520. Bigger (or taller) than Xornet's so it's easier to find, much better feel while scrolling, semi-loud, easier to press (but still a lot harder than Mouse 3 on G203)... The cables are good on both, IMO. Relatively thin, smooth, no issues (G203 beats them, though). So far no issues with sensor. I had a problem with Xornet where cursor would sometimes skip and jitter during very slow movements, which made precision stuff like fine skipping in porn videos (hue) annoying. It was happening on both mouse pads I have...I don't know if it's the sensor or something else but it's the main reason I switched from Xornet to MM520. Otherwise, I was pretty satisfied with Xornet... I don't really mind the new shape, but it would be perfect if MM520 was just a fraction smaller with same shape. Or if they just gave the Xornet that sensor and scroll wheel...
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    Just got a new CM Devastator II keyboard, No native Linux support for the back lighting, so the keyboard lights do not work with the "scroll lock" key like in windows. Never fear you can enable it from a terminal by typing "xset led 3" boom you have back lighting working now. Lazy mans tip.. While you have the terminal open type "touch xlights.sh" open the file with whatever you use to edit text add "xset led 3" save the shell script. Go to system settings , Then startup and shut down, select Autostart, then Add Script button on the right point it to the script you just made, then check create as symlink. Should autostart now. Enjoy
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    Calling us to do what????? If you are looking for feedback, I will dip in with a bad thing, a horrible thing, a good thing and a great thing or two... First, the bad thing is that the front I/O on the face-plate should be updated. Considering this is your flagship case, and USB 3.1 has been out for over a year, you should have two usb 3.0 ports, a usb 3.1 A port, and of course a type C 3.1 port. This is such a no-brainer that I can't believe you guys have droppe the ball on that one. Second, the horrible thing is everything I read before buying this case was that you could put a 280mm and a 360mm AIO system in this case, on the top and front respectively. But I have purchased a Kraken X62 and the end tanks on the radiator are too long to fit on top, with the fans in a push config. So I've had to install it with the fans above it, in a pull config, and even then could barely get a few screws to grab its threads. This is not a good situation. Third, a good thing is that this case is built very sturdy, looks and feels very premium in person. Lastly, the great thing is this case looks very different online than it does in person. Online, the red accents look bright reddish orange, but in person they look much more like a copper color, darker and more beautiful than the online appearance. I really love the metal flake pieces in the paint, that gives it the metallic finish from all angles. Because of that and how nicely painted the black areas are as well, this case IS SO MUCH SHARPER IN PERSON THAN IT IS ONLINE. I LOVE THIS CASE! That being said, I would like an updated face-plate and an rgb light tube instead of a single colored one.
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    Hello , Sorry for all of this but FYI your ticket already forwarded to the related team however i will ask them again by today again I will PM you once i get any info from them .
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    Hello Sorry for all of this Next Monday i will ask them again ( status your RMA )