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  1. 2 points
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  2. 2 points
    This article is completely WRONG!!! Cooler Master sells the new AM4 mounting bracket for Hyper 212 LED in China, which is 100% compatible with both old and new version of Hyper 212 LED heat sink. I got this recently. You guys refuse to provide the new upgrading kit to west user, and LIED about it!!
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    Hello, I am having same issue here. Hyper 212 LED Turbo cannot be rotated and mounted such that the cooler fins align parallel to the DIMM slot on the motherboard. (See image attached) In the image, the blue shaded region is the cooler fins (or heat sink fin). The blue arrow is the air flow direction. The blue orientation is the only way how the cooler can be attached. This is very restrictive for small cases which do not have exit port on right (of this image) I am looking for mounting the cooler, as shown as red shaded orientation, where the direction of air flow is in red colored arrows. ( in this orientation the fins are parallel to the RAM or DIMM slots). Can CoolerMaster help with this. ( I own a Hyper 212 LED Turbo presently and all hardware is just sitting there to be used !)
  4. 1 point
    I Love this Series! it is come with so much Features! sadly...i heard from this Thread : http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/12695-so-sad-cooler-master-690-iii-case-discontinued/ when i heard this...omg im so disappointed...cuz i want to build new PC! this case brings so many features! it's almost Perfect tho...well some other Ppl say it's ugly case...for me? NO! "Don't Judge a CASE just by external look" Please Cooler Master...i want this case back! or just make the new ONE like 690 IV or something Thank you CoolerMaster~!
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    I didnt buy it for the RGB, actually didnt know it was there until I got the product with my amd cpu "in a box", but..... you make a fan with a RGB light on it, you make it color adjustable by a wire to USB port on the motherboard and you have a piece of software to control the color...... so far so good.... Then why can the software only do 4 things..... 1. cycle colors 2. set it as one static color 3. the the light blink (breathe) 4. off. what happend to all the cool stuff..... 5. The obvious... color scale depending on cpu speed 7. color scale depending on fan speed 8. color scale depending on hdd/ssd activity 9. Blink to music beats... 10 going further......blink to every keyboard input....if detectable.
  6. 1 point
    Hi can you share some picture regarding your installation ? want to see the error part .
  7. 1 point
    Please create a support ticket at the CM fanzone and request the LGA775 bracket. (Details are in my signature)
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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
  9. 1 point
    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...
  10. 1 point
    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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    For Belgium we are VERY limited in what we offer in the local Belgium keyboard layout actually. If you are looking for a Pro S in BE layout that I am sorry but I have to dissapoint you, we dont carry that. But, if you want a US International layout then I suggest you contact our cmstore.eu, they can likely hook you up. Since our EU HQ is located in NL the shipping is quite realistic and the warranty is directly with us so thats a plus too.
  13. 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.
  14. 1 point
    If the power supply release smoke, you need RMA and send back where you bought it or may be send to Coolermaster
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    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.
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    Sort of - the new AM4 model dropped the LGA775 support. But we can get you a bracket - our support team will get in touch with you.
  17. 1 point
    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?
  18. 1 point
    First, where is the MasterCase Maker 7? We have been waiting for this case for over a year due to the fact it is an XL-ATX case. Case Idea • 2 versions to be available 1) Metal parts and upgrades 2) Plastic parts and upgrade (current). • Front IO to be a non-gloss finish • Have available different colored interior versions available, much like the 5T (black, Red, Green, Blue, White etc) • RBG lit fans to be standard with all builds with an RGB controller on the front IO (RGB fans can also be integrated into supporting Motherboards for customization) • Top cooler rack to fit up to a 3x120 or 3x140 radiator. • More rear SSD hold racks • PSU lower shelf cover to be standard (no one wants to see messy cables) • Motherboard bay side to have the tinted tempered glass side panel • Cable management side to have a metal side panel (can order another glass panel if you want this option) • New upgrade mod front fan cover to be flush with the IO (opening for airflow at the bottom of the cover instead of the top) Reason: the open hole looks like an opening to a garbage basket. • Disc drive shelf to be customizable to face forward, or sideways (looks amazing to have a fan controller or LED screen on the inside faced towards the tempered glass)
  19. 1 point
    There is no information about hyper 103 am4 compability , if anyone own 1 pls let me know
  20. 1 point
    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
  21. 1 point
    Hello from me also, it might not be a CoolerMaster but i think it belongs here!! Here i give you CrackedTurbine case mod!!
  22. 1 point
    Your motherboard should be compatible, if it is ATX or smaller. Are all PSU cables connected? (And you did use the M/B standoffs, right?)
  23. 1 point
    I know what you did wrong..... You did not read the manual from Bitfenix Sprectre Pro, right? Look at here: https://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/accessories/spectre-pro-led#support This 2 Pin Cable from the fan is not power cable for the fan leds!!!!! LEDs and the Fan blades have the same power source from 3-pin or 4-pin
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    And I just got right about the USB UUID with a little modding I just fixed it. What I have done: -Download the latest driver and unpack it -open up "setup.ini" Why this file? the Setup checks for the device Class Guid. it won't install because it does not match.. So where can I find this? -right click speaker icon on desktop -select playback devices -double click your Speakers (Sirus Headset) -on General click on properties -once there you want to go to "Details" and select "Class Guid" This Class Guid is what is being used for the setup. Go ahead and right click it for copying and paste it without its { and } in your setup.ini and save Happy installing P.S: Can one tell me if the Guid {4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} is the same for them or not. If so, I can Zip a correct installation for people to download for windows 10 Now I feel like I should get paid by CM for doing their job.. (jk jk al in good fun) EDIT: I felt so free to just zip up the installation with the changed Class Guid and slammed it on my server for people to get around their issue. I don't know if this sorts out the issue for you, but once I got replies that it actually work for them I'm happy. http://teknocatron.com/software/cm%20storm/Sirus%20AP%20for%20Win10.zip
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    I would like to see removable motherboard trays become a thing, Especially with your new modular philosophy with the mastercase 5. I would also like to see a larger version of the mastercase 5 and pro 5.