Runaque

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  1. PSU, AIO watercooling, air coolers, keyboards, mouses, headphones, fans, ... Other brands do similar things and also don't offer custom loop parts.
  2. It's a matter of the person who builds it, CoolerMaster has plenty of things you can add to the case, but the more specifically things are another matter.
  3. The easy way is on the shroud IMO. This isn't my build, I'm running an AIO watercooler.
  4. If that is a problem already, why do you even consider building a custom loop? It's fairly easy as far as I saw in some builds. http://www.overclock.net/t/1580740/build-log-mastercase-pro-5-z170-x-fire-custom-loop
  5. It has been done before already. http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=1144062&page=5
  6. That case isn't designed to house an optical drive, so you have to mod it yourself the way you suggest and build a bracket to secure the drive. Another option is buying or recovering a laptop optical drive and install this into a USB 3.0 external case, but this usually needs two USB ports to work, one for powering it and one for data.
  7. Official MasterCase 5 Series Owners Club

    The PRO comes with two intake fans premounted in the front and one out in the back. With this cooler you can install it in front of the case and create a push/pull setup, or move the preinstalled fans to the top of the case.
  8. Suggestion on 3rd front fan.

    I just connected the intake fans on the PSU since I had the same problem with my Z87 mobo.
  9. Official MasterCase 5 Series Owners Club

    They are there, just look very good, they might be hidden. You can use the Molex adapters and connect it to your PSU if you want them to run at a constant speed.
  10. I already this in the ownersclub, but I'll copy/paste it again in here. I think I found a design flaw in the case that bothers me a lot and it has to do something with that my system gets dusty inside. While I wanted to clean the front mesh I saw some dust piling up in a small space underneath the case. This space is located between the lower fan and the plastic cover in the bottom, this turns out to be the front legs (let me call it this way) that are completely open and allow the fans to suck dusty air that might collect underneath the PC while standing on the floor. I dunno if this intended or just been overlooked.
  11. Official MasterCase 5 Series Owners Club

    I found a design flaw in the case that bothers me a lot and it has to do something with that my system gets dusty inside. While I wanted to clean the front mesh I saw some dust piling up in a small space underneath the case. This space is located between the lower fan and the plastic cover in the bottom, this turns out to be the front legs (let me call it this way) that are completely open and allow the fans to suck dusty air that might collect underneath the PC while standing on the floor. I dunno if this intended or just been overlooked.
  12. Official MasterCase 5 Series Owners Club

    I have build this rig some months ago, first with an AMD CPU, but I changed it a month later to an i7. The CPU is overcloced just as the GPU's and it runs games in ultra high or in ultra settings. - Intel core i7-4790K 4GHz @ 4.7GHz - Lepa AquaChanger 240 - ASRock Fatal1ty Z87 KILLER - 16gb Kingston HyperX Fury (4x4Gb) - Sapphire NITRO Radeon R9 380 4Gb CrossFireX - CoolerMaster MasterCase PRO 5 - Samsung SH224BB DVD/RW BLACK - Crucial MX200 2,5" SSD - Toshiba 640Gb 2,5" HDD - Corsair CX850M - Windows 10 64-bit Some pictures to have a small impression. This last picture is still with the FM2+ motherboard, but this has been changed to a motherboard from the same Fatal1ty Killer series to fit an i7-4790K. Just think away the air cooler that has been replaced by the Lepa AquaChanger 240. This is my first serious build after I had a small budget build in an Elite 130. I hope you'll like it.
  13. Official MasterCase 5 Series Owners Club

    The Corsair H100i GTX will fit in the top of the case, the Corsair H110 only in front of it.
  14. Last last januari I've made my very first build based on an CM Elite 130. It had an AMD A6-6400K APU, EVGA GTX-750Ti SC 2gb and 8gb RAM. I upgraded the processor a month ago to have a bit of more "juice", the replacement CPU was an AMD Athlon X4 880K and this gave the system a bit more strength. Unfortunately the system always heated up and since I couldn't install the Noctua NH-L12 I bought, I decided to build a bigger rig that has enough place for ventilation and also based on the X4 880K CPU. I ended up with the following parts : - Cooler Master MasterCase 5 PRO - ASRock Fatal1ty FM2A88X+ Killer series - Kingston HyperX Fury white 4Gb (4x) - Noctua NH-L12 - Corsair CX850M - Crusial MX200 SSD 250Gb - Toshiba 650Gb HDD - Sapphire NITRO Radeon R9 380 (2x) - Xilence PWM 120 - and some other things I probably forgot to mention... For my second build I tried to keep the looks simple and clean and since it's an AMD based build, the looks ended up by coincidence the same as the AMD branding. The mobo is black/red and some white and the Xilence fan also as well as some SATA cables. After a bit of research I found out that the 120mm Xilence fan makes more air then the Noctua fan on top of the cooling unit, so I replaced that and this also benefits the looks through the plexi window. I mounted the Noctua fan in the top of the case as one that blows out the hot air. I spend some time on cable management as this is the first time I actually do that and I think I did pretty well. The system runs on Windows 10 and at the moment while writing all of this, the PC is performing a stress test to check the stability of the overclock I made (4.3GHz for now)