Li G Cai

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  1. lol, only 7 days, give it an 7 you might see some emails/callback, but they will take care of the problem, just very slowly.
  2. anyone try to convert the ML240R into an open loop? i love the RGB, but hate the issue with noise. the pump is kinda noisey and the loop is not full filled. i can hear the air. no leak that i can see. so thinking cut the tube and replace them with hardtube and replace the rad with a full copper version. i was wondering if the pump within the cpu block strong enough to push the flow. just wondering how big are those barb fitting?
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    do anyone try to covert an AIO into an open loop? i love the rgb. justwant to just replace the rad with a copper one and add a reservoir. not sure if the pump build within the cpu block have enough juice to push the flow.
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    IMG_5030 by Li Cai, on Flickr
  5. no, only 1 cage can fit under the psu cover. but they are 6 more spots for ssd. plus whatever m.2 you mobo have. 1tb ssd now just about to hit $100 mark.
  6. the speed of CM replying to request or RMA is a exponential decay function. i was getting reply every 3 days 2 months ago, which already crazily long, now i got maybe every 7-10 days...again, they might need to hire more than 1 person full time to take care of their customers.
  7. go with the H500m. i am happy with the same, give you more option down the road if you want to water cool your rig.
  8. the ML240L will comes with its own controller, so no need of any rgb/argb header is needed. but speaking for my ml240l, first check out what it will look like in real life first, especially the CPU/pump part, what you see on their site(color and intensity) are not what you will get. check out my build log to see what you will get in person. also, the pump is much louder compared to other AIO cooler, I can hear the air inside the loop each time I turn of my pc, I don't have that issue with other AIO, but it doesnt seem to be affecting the performance. also i have issue with their controller not working, and the customer support just ignoring my question when i seeming for help try to solve the issue. personally, i would recommended go with other AIO.
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    finally, i have a little bit of time to do more work with my build, install the aorus and redo the gpu cable route. so it came through the psu cover. almost there, just need to have some time to do the custom cover plate between the Mobo and the front intake fans. IMG_4865 by Li Cai, on Flickr 2 steps forward one step back. well, a less than 2 months old argb fan just fail, still wait on CM support to reply. Untitled by Li Cai, on Flickr the new argb controller also seem to be problematic, once i upgrade the firmware the reset button no longer can change color, the CM support just completely ignores my question... not sure whats going on with that. slow reply on top of just ignoring customer's issue...... i dont see how this kind of customer service will fly......
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    more new stuff. new psu sleeve to orange/black to match with the aorus mobo. Aorus 1080ti Xtreme finally shows up. need 2 x 8 pin, just finished sleeving the cable, then i found out my cable grommet and cable comb got delay. school start tomorrow, i was hoping to have everything finished before that.
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    here's the before Untitled by Li Cai, on Flickr here's the after Untitled by Li Cai, on Flickr since coolermaster didnt make the product like their ad, so i have to add some elbow grease and make it happen myself.
  12. i think that will be pita to make that glass panel, since the "front panel" I/O kinda part of that. for a $40 dollars case, unlikely they will do that. you are better off with a local glass shop custom cut that panel for you.
  13. if you still have issue, just dont use their controller, led is led, so if you have a splitter, you can just connect them to motherboard directly. just check the led header make sure the output is at least 2A, you should be fine with 3 fans connect to one header. the CM software still beta so it cant do much yet(hope the future update will keep increasing it functionality)
  14. you need to download the masterplus instead of the rgb software. ARGB BOX Firmware v1.0.0.1
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    ML240R as far as thermal performance, it's actually very good. it keeps the ryzen 2700x around 31-34c idle and under full load 4.1ghz steady around 50c. i set the fan/pump speed to fairly low. so it keeps the CPU cool without making a jet engine sound right next to you. as far as RGB goes what a disappointment, it's a joke. if you went to their website, the new ML120/240/360R series, looks super cool and super bright. if you think that's what you are going to get, you are so going to be disappointed. dont waste your money, as far as the led on the CPU cooler, it's super bright and cool looking on their webpage, in real life, you got 10% the brightness if that. I call that false representation of the product. if you want a nice looking cpu aio with cool rgb effect please go with the liqfusion or nzxt kraken. if i know what i know now, i wouldnt purchase the cpu cooler at all, with the barely visible rgb, you are better off buying a non rgb cooler and save some money.