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    I like Sunsets, long walks on the Beach and poking dead things with a stick...
  1. Love My MasterCase Pro 5

    Yeah, Me , I don't get the lighting thing myself. My case does not have the LED, but also has 1 (or 2) less USB 3.0 on top and not the door looking thing on front. I might have bought that one, but did not notice the USB difference, so got the other one.
  2. Love My MasterCase Pro 5

    This case has allowed me to put together a wonderful machine. The Bracket to mount a Closed Loop H2O cooler up top is a builders dream. No looking up trying to fit screws and hold everything steady, plus the extra room you get by basically putting the Radiator ABOVE the case gets you some added room. On a Prior build I actually had to use special (see crappy, bad) thinner fans to clear my memory strips. With this build and a similar Motherboard no problem, tons of clearance, I guess you gain over an inch. This case allowed me to mount full size fans below the Radiator sucking cool air in, 2 fans in front also sucking in and only one back fan sucking out making a positive pressure case so no dust and stuff gets pulled in to the case, all vents are venting out. I did add a finer filter to the top of the radiator and another one to the front that covers all intake fans perfectly. The "built in filters" are OK but no dust is great... As you can see in the "filters" pick the AIO water cooler Rad sticks out the top, which leaves (see pic "insides") lots and lots of top room so the memory slots are not obstructed at all... PS This is a repost, I first posted it to the wrong section... my bad...
  3. Great Case for a H2O loop Cooler

    Sorry, been really busy this month, but better late then never so here are the pictures, nothing fancy black, black and more black... As you can see in the "filters" pick the AIO water cooler Rad sticks out the top, which leaves (see pic "insides") lots and lots of top room so the memory slots are not obstructed at all...
  4. Great Case for a H2O loop Cooler

    This case has allowed me to put together a wonderful machine. The Bracket to mount a Closed Loop H2O cooler up top is a builders dream. No looking up trying to fit screws and hold everything steady, plus the extra room you get by basically putting the Radiator ABOVE the case gets you some added room. On a Prior build I actually had to use special (see crappy, bad) thinner fans to clear my memory strips. With this build and a similar Motherboard no problem, tons of clearance, I guess you gain over an inch. This case allowed me to mount full size fans below the Radiator sucking cool air in, 2 fans in front also sucking in and only one back fan sucking out making a positive pressure case so no dust and stuff gets pulled in to the case, all vents are venting out. I did add a finer filter to the top of the radiator and another one to the front that covers all intake fans perfectly. The "built in filters" are OK but no dust is great...
  5. Helping a noob with optical drive

    Hi Michael, Do you have the masterbox pro 5? The CD/DVD5player should just slide into the 5 inch bays. Now if you have a slimline CD/DVD player you should be able to purchase a generic front panel from Newegg or any computer part supplier. I have purchased such devices for past builds along with (if needed) a cage to hold a DVD drive or Fan controller. What type of CD/DVD player do you have and of course what case exactly... Good Luck
  6. Masterbox 5 HDD Cage

    I have the Master Case Pro 5 and have had no problem with the drive cases. I mounted one in the lower Power Supply Compartment. The only time I saw a unmatched screw hole was when I tried to raise the top fan in the front up a little (not into the 5 inch bays) to put a space between the 2 fans and that could not be done. But I love this case. This is the 9th big build I have done and could not be more pleased.