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    I was wondering if I could fix the terrible airflow without sacrificing too much of the looks of the MasterBox Lite 5, by replacing the front panel of the Lite 5 with the front panel of the MasterBox MB511. Would it fit without issues? Thanks!
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    does anyone have the firmware they can upload all the links to cooler master dont work
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    alot of idiots (like me) who are new to pc building bought this case forgetting to think about airflow. i just want to know if there are front panels that will fit my case with better airflow. thanks in advance
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    I can confirm this; airflow is appalling. How about making a simple mesh front panel?
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    I second this. Would like to have an answer.
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    Hello guys, I'm building my ultimate PC RIG and, obviously, I couldn't do that without CoolerMaster Components! I just bought (1 week ago) a CoolerMaster Mastercase H500M PC Case and I also bought one of the latest MSI Motherboards (MSI Z390 ACE). I know that both the PC Case and the MoBo support ARGB. My H500M has an internal ARGB Controller (screwed to a side panel) but since I want to sync the H500M Fan Lights with MSI Mystic Light (so that my FANS, MoBO, RAM, PSU and SSD are all syncronized in terms of RGB Lights), I would like to know how to proper set the wire connections up. So far I have connected the ARGB Fans from the H500M to the H500M Controller and then I connected the Controller to my JRAINBOW Connection on the Motherboard. Will this be enough to let the Motherboard control the Lights? Or do I need to connect the fans directly to my MoBo? Also I'm planning on buying a CPU RGB Watercooler. I noticed that the H500M RGB Controller has two inputs. One is being used for the RGB Fans as I mentioned above, can I use the other input for the CPU WaterCooler? Thank you very much for your help, you guys rock! Joao Pereira
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    My liquid cooler sounded bubbly, less so than yours, and I just assumed it was normal. Now I'm RMA'ing because of pump failure so I'm really curious how coolermaster responds to you.
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    Hello there, You should check if your psu still has warranty. G650M has 5 year guarantee after buying if you have the receipt. If you don't have the receipt you can use the serial number(it shows when did psu got manufactured) of psu to check for guarantee. If your psu is eligible for RMA you can send it for replacement or repair for free. (You only need to cover shipping cost.) https://account.coolermaster.com/LogOn.aspx sign in in here. Go to my product then register your product. After that just follow instructions. But before doing all of this make sure your PSU is the problem. If you don't have a guarantee you can try a local repair shop.
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    Now Jan 5th 2019. No fans, no support! Guess Gold333 is correct, should buy from a respectable company.
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    I connected the mini USB to my USB port and this showed up: And the controller is unable to change the colors of the fan through the software Sad, because the manual said "download fan software" from the website.... Feeling cheated...
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    I WORKED IT OUT!!! I have the CM ML120 with only one fan connected but this will work if you are using two. I should've done some research because the advertising on the box said Aura Sync, and I would assume it was illegal to advertise such things if it weren't available. I followed all the instructions that was given in the manual, plug cables into AIO header and CPU header, plug the other pump cable into the controller, plug the fans into the splitter which plugs into the controller, then i had to power the bloody thing too and figured out why it didn't work. then with a little research, the thought process was I had to plug SOMETHING into the RGB header on the motherboard... but the question was what! then after a little bit of playing around with different cables (including the 4 pin cable) plugging in and out of the controller it donned on me.... I needed a splitter that connected the pump and fans, and plug that directly into the RGB header on the motherboard. and then Bobs your uncle. Aura sync works instantly!!! So just to reiterate what I have done. Coolermaster supply a 3 way splitter, which you plug the female plugs from the pump and fan(s) into using the Male-Male adapters. Then simply plug the single female end into the 3pin RGB port on your motherboard.
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    I purchased this today as it's listed on Asus own website that its Aura sync compatible. After slogging through the TERRIBLE manual (come on Coolermaster!), i found hours later despite numerous tries that no, it is not compatible with Aura. The Aura plugin is visible when you download the software from CM, but it's greyed out for me. EDIT: Figured it out and got it to sync with Asus Aura - the ML240 needs to have the CM software installed to enable Asus Aura (although the AURA & AURORA plugins are still unaccessible from the software.) I detached the controller and just used the 3in1 aRGB cable, plugged that into the aRGB of the Z370-F, opened both CM & Aura apps, and it synced.
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    Seeing as no one has answered this I will. NO! it's not compatible with Aura. You cannot plug the ML240/120R fan or pump LEDs into the RGB header on an ASUS MB. The Aura compatible badge on the box is a scam to get you to buy it. How do I know? Well, I have been through two ML240R's. First ones LED's died within a week. Now the replacement controller box has died and I'm waiting for Coolermaster to answer my support ticket. I only bought this watercooler cause I thought it was compatible with my ASUS Aura M/B. BTW: I have 30 years of PC experience.