Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 08/22/2017 in all areas

  1. 1 point
    Bhai Please create new ticket , Customer services will help you .
  2. 1 point
    You can disable the lights: unplug the 2pin light connector.
  3. 1 point
    Well, I love everything about the combo. Both the mouse and the Lite L. But wouldn't it be even better if we could get portal support for the keyboard? I think that this would open up even more possibilities, and maybe render the combo as the best at this price range...
  4. 1 point
    Thanks too for choosing CM products in your system In the future if you have any question please issue ticket at here : Request Support Ticket
  5. 1 point
    Welcome to CM forum . Hi Mannish , please hold on because i will discuss with HQ team regard this . will update to you as soon as possible . Update : Chassis VS Board > no issue for Pro 6 , this chassis can handle the ATX type board . 1, Pro 6 coming with brackets mean no need purchase it separately 2.User's choice , if me i will get RGB
  6. 1 point
    I found out MasterCase Maker 5 is one of literally 3 cases in existence that have silenced (partially covered) front intake with dust filter and also silenced (partially covered) top exhaust. The reason why I'm looking for this feature is because silenced (partially covered) intakes and exhausts allow decent airflow while toning down the fan's air rushing noise, allowing excellent cooling capabilities with supreme silence. I've checked tons of vendors and pretty much all insist on silencing the front, but expect the top with exhausting fans to be just widely open. That's just silly because it's noisy and when system is not powered on, dust is falling directly into the case. And it just looks ugly. So, this was a great start with maker 5, finally a case that has exactly what I was looking for! However, there are other issues that prevent me from going with Maker 5 case... The first issue I have with large majority of cases, including Maker 5 is the fact it ONLY comes in windowed version. Why? I want solid black side panels padded with noise dampening material. I sleep in the same room as I have a computer (which is on 24/7 anyway) so, strong LED's or wide open clear side panels are not an option because my Nepton 120XL pump illuminated text already makes internals of the case bright as a sun on a sunny day and with bunch of other LED's that can't be turned off on graphic card and motherboard, it's more of an annoyance for me than a feature. And I don't want it to be a separate "customization" option, I want the case to be with such option out of the box, not a silly "accessory" option. Black silencing foam padded side panels. No silly windows. The second issue I have with Maker 5 case design is the bottom front fan placement in relation to the false floor. If you want to have a positive pressure design, false floor cutting bottom intake fan's airflow pretty much in half is a very bad design. And since false floor is non-removable, you essentially lose the ability to create a positive pressure environment inside the case no matter what you do. 2x top exhaust and 1x rear exhaust will always pump out more air than front intake will ever be able to deliver "thanks" to false floor stealing basically half of bottom intake's fan capability. Considering the case would be without the clear side panel, I see no reason to have the false floor there. SSD's can be placed at the back of the motherboard tray and you can't see the cables through a solid side panel anyway. But without the false floor, all the front intake fans push ALL the air into the case, creating a positive pressure which we know is better for several reasons. Not to mention higher airflow because all the intake air becomes available to all internal components. I think this toned down, silent and dark Maker 5 case could rather easily become a reality. Pretty much everything is already there and it's perfect. Just skip the installation of false floor component during manufacturing and replace the clear side panel with a solid metal one. That's all you have to do to achieve this. If such case becomes a reality, I'll be the first one to buy it, that's for sure.
  7. 1 point
  8. 1 point
    If the power supply release smoke, you need RMA and send back where you bought it or may be send to Coolermaster
  9. 1 point
    I just got the sample and without M/B (but on the standoffs) there is ~170mm of space. I'll need to install a M/B to make a more accurate measurement. (But I don't think the CPU+MB will take 10mm, however the sidepanel also takes some space) Tomorrow I can do a more accurate measurement.
  10. 1 point
    I recently decided to install an NZXT Sentry 3 fan controller and started work on it yesterday. After removing the bays, panels, etc, it was an hour long process figuring out how to install the actual piece of hardware. In the NZXT manual, it says to use the tool-less clips to mount it, but the Pro 5 tool-less clips attach in the middle of the bay, way out of reach for the NZXT mount. Meanwhile, the Pro 5 manual has zero information on installing a fan controller, much less acknowledging that it's even possible. So, I was sitting in front of all of the hardware, pouring over installation videos for both when I noticed a couple of small L-brackets that have the same mounting points as a fan controller and for the holes in the case. Looking through the Pro 5 manual again, it doesn't even show those as included pieces with the case. Fast forward and after trying to work my hands inside the case to install these L-brackets, it turns out the front fascia needs to be removed to access them, which again isn't included in the manual. 6 clips on each side and it pops right off, so I can lay it aside and have easy access. After that, it was a matter of 10 minutes of plugging up fans and figuring out the controller before everything was good to go. Now, I never expect to be spoonfed information, I can mostly figure stuff out on my own like this time. But it would be in CM's best interests if they addressed this sort of installation in the manual or at least showed the user what sort of parts were needed in order to mount, along with addressing the ability to remove the front fascia. Overall this case was a great purchase. The included fans are super quiet, even at max load, and were actually the reason I purchased the fan controller in the first place. Along with the magnetic top shroud and the super easy modulation, it was a great purchase for a first-time builder.
  11. 1 point
    No plans yet for GeminII Ver 2? I love that cooler which I'm currently using on my FM2+ system and would love to use in when upgrading to AM4 ASAP. Thank you for such great coolers by the way folks!
  12. 1 point
    Here's mine.. its still unfinished.. waiting for fans, and GPUs before I can send it off for custom painting..