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      AM4 Socket Support   04/24/2017

      Due to technical issues, the topic on "AM4 Socket Support" has disappeared. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and we are trying our best to have this topic back up as soon as possible.   As we read in the topic, there is a lot of discussion going on when the new brackets will be arriving. We can tell you now that the brackets will be ready for pre-order on our CM Store EU tomorrow and will be ready for shipment around the 16th of May.   You can continue the discussion in this newly created topic:     


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    I know how you feel man Just share my pro 5 , For first time will be tight so i put some // a bit oil between the fan hole and the screw . But if you still concerned i love suggest you to contact customer services they will assist you .
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    No entiendo la pregunta o cual es el problema, si es que el ventilador hace mucho ruido porque llega a maxima velocidad debido al procesador que se te calienta mucho, tal vez si tienes dinero disponible, podrias cambiar el enfriador tx3i con uno mas grande con ventiladoir de 120 o 140mm
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    Welcome to CM forum . Hi KoutsiDK , You can check this link : How to install a Jetflow fan on the Hyper 212 EVO The Cooler body is the same just the bracket type is not the same but the distance of holes are same and they are interchangeable If still concerned please contact customer service , they will assist you .
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    Welcome to CM forum. Hi Chris , I love suggest you to contact customer service, they will assist you.
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    Let me check with my colleagues from support team.
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    Well, you could still apply for RMA, assuming there is no physical damage to be seen? (You could try to re-solder the switch, but perhaps the switch itself is damaged - and it will void the warranty for sure.)
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    Picture below is bracket is from hyper 212X, but the Hyper Evo 212 bracket should work as well For any enquiry or details , Please contact customer services , they will assist you guys . Special Thanks to GCC HQ team because helping provide this picture
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    Welcome to Cm forum . Hi Eichorst , MCP 6 is support up to 280 radiator on the top Here is specs MCP6 : max. 297mm radiator length X62 spces is Radiator: 315 Solution only at the front : Please contact customer service for more detail
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    There are extra plastic plugs in the package. And you can also use regular fan screws.
  10. 1 point
    Which or what part is unclear? Take a look at these 2 pictures: One Two
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    Hi there, There are some you can download by the following link: http://makerhub.coolermaster.com/custom-lighting/ As for more profiles no, you are limited to the 4 you can set by hardware or by software.
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    Updated you can check this link : MasterBox lite 5 With 3 120mm Fans
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    How to install 3 fans at the front Special thanks to Bro Jerry and Tom cause help me provide me this picture
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    G Class also great . i`m owner G class since 2014 working like heaven Try look 650 and 750 watt Visit at here : G650M
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    Cooler Master GM 550w will be sufficient. Or if you want something more energy efficient - but at a higher price - V550.
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    Welcome to CM forum . Hi Jorge , Can you try install the fans start from the top ? Below is some picture for your reference If you still facing same issue . please contact customer service , they will guide you . Hope this can help .
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    I have a resolution. It turns out that Windows doesn't like to be normal... Having plugged the keyboard into that add-in card, I've not had a single issue and the keyboard has remained responsive all weekend. So, now you know... it's Windows to blame. No surprises there, really... On a side note: speaking to a friend also revealed that using his mouse when it is plugged into the motherboard also causes it to randomly freeze and drop out, until he unplugs it. Plugging it into another card/controller seems to have solved it for him too. The weirdest thing is that it is only one device that is affected. Neither his keyboard or my mouse on different rigs freeze, and none of the other peripherals have issues either. It has to be software related, be it Microsoft to blame or someone else. Hopefully this thread is useful to someone in the future.
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    this march USA , but I'm not pretty sure too this news