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    The panel (first picture) you got seems not correct - the side with 3 pins (that go into the chassis to "clamp" the panel) are supposed to have 2 pins with notches (the 2 on the "outside").
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    I just got a new Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 and on start up it makes a gurgling sound. After about 4-5 mins it seems to stop. Is this normal?
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    Hi, I recently got the mastercase maker 5 and I am having trouble getting the fan controller, fans, led strip to turn on. I have the molex connector connected. Do I also need to connect the sata 15 pin?
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    Hi There After discussed with HQ team . the fan still available in the market . it is fan of hyper 212 evo ,612s If you want more detail please contact customer services they will help you .
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    I've got the Masterbox 5 Lite RGB too, just arrived yesterday, and same issue. If I remove the front panel the temps drop about 9 degrees C cooler on my CPU and 7 degrees C cooler on my M2 SSD that sits next to it, and GPU is down about 5 degrees C. These are all idle temps too. When I install the front panel cover, temps rise within about 3-5 minutes. It's really, really, really poor design with the extremely limited front intake space and the front shroud sitting so close to the case fans leaving no breathing room. This is all with the front fans running at full speed, because although CM remembered to include an RGB splitter, the apparent focus on form over function made them think it was okay to include extremely short fan cables and think it okay to have them run off molex power thus permanently at 100%. The ever present hum of maxed fans which provide terrible airflow is going to drive me nuts. I'm definitely thinking of returning the case and going with something from Fractal or Corsair instead. CM should be shipping out replacement front panels that are larger in dimension and allow for proper airflow and at least a 3pin fan splitter that allows the fans to spin up/down via motherboard (or fan controller/hub) to customers who thought they were buying a higher tiered product. I would forgo RGB and tempered glass panels to get a case which is quieter under desktop operation and actually allows airflow, although the competition manages to offer many/most/all of these things no problem.
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    nope they havent reply me yet, still waiting .... Im from malaysia like u hehe... long time coolermaster user, i still have my first Cm stacker 810 with full custom car body paint jobs haha...
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    Does he have the MasterBox 5t or the MasterCase Maker 5t? If the latter, he can always open the front door. Box 5t, not much that can be done on the front intake, besides upgrading the fans to pressure fans.
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    I've been looking to buy the CM Mastercase maker 7 for a long long time as it is made for xl-atx motherboards and much larger radiators. I've been using a cosmos 2 since they first released and own 2. But the Mastercase maker 7 has a lot of features I've been craving. 1. Tinted tempered glass side panel 2. Black interior (not red) 3. Xl-atx full tower 4. Lower shelf (psu) cover with customized panels 5. Its big! All that is available in stores is the tiny CM Mastercase 5 and 5t (with red), it's beautiful but it's too small. Where is my dream case the maker 7? been wanting to buy this for sooooo long, why won't you take my money?
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    Update: Was informed by the Cooler Master case specialists, the MasterCase Maker 7 will be available in 2018. This is to ensure the case is perfect upon release.
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    My System is as follows. CM Mastercase Pro 5 3x 140mm Front Intakes 1x 140mm Rear Exhaust Top of case 2x Radiator Fans set as exhaust in Pull arrangement set on Silent @approx 1300rpm Pump approx 8200rpm as per BIOS read out and Open Hardware Monitor AMD FX8350 stock w/included gel thermal paste, full thin coverage of top of CPU Asrock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer Mainboard ASUS Nvidia GF GTX 1060 6GB GSKILL 2x 8GB 2400 Ram @2133 Zalman 750w PSU 2x SSD 1x 7200 HDD Win 8.1 x64
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    I GOT IT!!!! FINALLY!! The support didn't help, just told me to return it (as always) which was not an option as I bought it in Bangkok and live in Australia. Anyway, there was another thread on this and the guy said he just waited. Well I have waited 2 months at least with nothing, when randomly, when my PC was turned off, the lights went red. I turned on my PC in hope but the lights turned off. I pressed right click and DPI but nothing happened. Then, in a last shot of desperation I pressed the DPI and the scroll wheel when the lights finally turned on to pulse mode. I then followed the instructions in the manual to change it to static cyan just how I like it. Now, for the red lights to appear I had to plug the mouse into the 'always getting power USB port' on my motherboard, so that when the PC was off the mouse was receiving power but no data. Most laptops and decent desktops have this port. It can usually be identified by a Lightning bolt next to the usb port. Hopefully this helps someone.
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    Yes, you need to connect a sata power cable to the fan hub (behind M/B tray) as well - otherwise it will not power on.