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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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  1. First read http://www.coolermaster.com/service/warranty.html than click "SUPPORT"
  2. Does GM series need this stuff in personal opinion? it would add profit and a bit of price... also how about "V" series? has this stuff? Custom DC-DC Module It isnt even enough to reduce real overcurrent voltage for protection??? While connected with the 24pin connector on the motherboard it fried my Mobo PCB & RAM Slots chipset GPU (soldering lanes)... ONLY my CPU arround the socket was FINE just because my motherboard dindnt want to POWER on its a REV 1.03 Asus Z170 Chipset ugh CPU & GPU are FINE! and i was trying to reseat RAM soo yep it didnt had any RAM installed. Early Skylake boards and voltage problems Asus, Asrock & stuff: Fans don't turn off while system while is off (I did notice with the same Skylake Asus Z170 chipset board) 24pin connector was blinking to orange, white, red RAM issues while powering on the system POST code 99-69 SLI/Multi GPU did not even work, Asus board didnt LIKE it... I should of contacted Asus and noticed this but i only powered it on for the FIRST time a couple of months ago... Now i builded a new pc from the ground and well yeah there was a problem with that 24pin connector tied to the Asus motherboard: Issues MONTHS ago! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQkqz2Wyn3w Yes this is a short on the 24pin connector, yes this is the 3rd party's fault...
  3. Uhh really? i used to run my I7 3930K (well it is an freakin 6 core monster) up to 4.4 1.304V
  4. Apperently bad thing happend between motherboard and PSU overvoltage/current on 24pin, Excellent helpful and friendly Cooler Master support helped me, even with how to RMA my 3rd party Motherboard...