world

Members
  • Content Count

    703
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by world

  1. Hey Luke, Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but here is a manual for the Masterkeys Lite L Combo, which includes keyboard operating instructions. http://www.coolermaster.com/xresserver01-DLFILE-P1607120003553c-F16122100012fc5.html
  2. Have you tried testing the keyboard on a second computer? It doesn't sound like something that could be attributed to your computer, but just in case, it's always good to check on another computer. Most likely, if it's a new keyboard and that's the problem, it's a defective one and you should be able to swap it out where you bought it. If that's not possible, you can try contacting support to see if they can arrange a replacement for you.
  3. You're talking about the cable that goes from the power supply to the wall socket, right? Using a cable from a previous PSU should be fine. Any way to contact support or your place of purchase in order to get the proper cable?
  4. The best way to be sure is to contact support directly about this, since they'd be the one handling any warranty-related things.
  5. Moved your topic to the keyboards subforum from the cases subforum (since this is about a keyboard, it doesn't belong in the cases category) A few questions to ask first: Did the spacebar work initially? Have you tried another USB port or another computer? Do you have a similar problem if you use another keyboard on your computer?
  6. It's weird that others on mumble hear themselves when you try to transmit voice--even with a broken mic that kind of behavior shouldn't happen. Is Mumble set to use the Sirus as the microphone audio source? Does pressing microphone mute change anything with the green bar? (ex. if mic is muted does it go down to 0 bars, or does it stay at one?) Since the bar can go up if you tap the microphone, it seems like the mic unit is still working on some level. Is the microphone level turned up in the control panel?
  7. Yea, if the behavior's the same on another computer, there's probably something going on with the keyboard It sounds like you might need an RMA, so I recommend contacting support so they can help you out
  8. There is bound to be at least a tiny bit of sound on a pump, considering there are moving parts. On my Nepton, there is a little bit of noise when I get close as well. It seems like you have to be really close for the sound to be picked up by the camera, you can't hear it during normal operation, and your temps are fine, so I think the unit should be ok. If you're really concerned, I would recommend contacting support and seeing what they say about it-- they should be able to tell you more definitively.
  9. Looks like you get another drive cage, a window, different top aesthetics, another included front fan, and the top radiator rail (that you said you didn't need), with the pro version. You can find the differences here: http://www.coolermaster.com/case/mid-tower/mastercase5-series/ If those differences don't matter to you, it would make more sense to buy the standard version
  10. If you go to your control panel and search sounds and open the recording tab, is your headset microphone set as the default? If it is, then try talking into the mic and see if there is any response on the green bars
  11. It sounds like a defective switch for the left click. I would definitely recommend an RMA if you could!
  12. Do the same problems occur when you plug the mouse into another computer? Usually if a single click registers as a double click, there is a defect with the switch. If you are within warranty period, I would recommend contacting support to get an RMA. For the mouse moving around, what kind of movement is it?
  13. Hi Sophie, have you tried the keyboard on a different computer? (Preferably on a desktop and not connected through a USB hub)
  14. The Elite 372 case supports CPU coolers up to 163 mm tall, and the Hyper 612 V2 is measured at 160.4 mm tall. It'll be a close fit, but it should work just fine
  15. This is a possibility: http://www.cmstore-usa.com/hyper-212-plus-evo-accessories-kit/ Although buying the whole kit to replace just a few standoffs seems to be a bit much. Have you tried contacting support about this? They might be able to help you out regarding just replacing the standoffs.
  16. Air coolers definitely have less chance of failure. If that's the most important for you, I would recommend getting an air cooler. That said, modern all-in-one liquid coolers have really low failure rates, but based alone on the fact that it has both a pump and a fan versus just a fan for an air cooler, there is a higher chance of failure. An all-in-one liquid cooler doesn't require more maintenance because it's a sealed loop, so you don't have to refill the liquid or anything like that.
  17. world

    Spill

    Cherry switches come minimally lubricated (silicone grease), but there are people that like to apply additional lube to smooth the response of the switch. (it takes a ton of time though, so I wouldn't recommend it unless there's something wrong with the switches or you know that lubing it is specifically something you want.)
  18. As long as the bits are not inside the switches themselves, it should probably ok. Any way to flip it over and try to shake the pieces out that way though? I would feel weird knowing there's termite poop in my keyboard if I was in your situation
  19. The speed of the fans is determined by your motherboard, since you have it plugged into the mobo. If your motherboard has the fan speeds set to max by default, the V8 GTS fans will run at max speed by default. I would recommend using the BIOS to control the fan speed. Some motherboards come with fan control software, but I am a fan of setting it in BIOS anyways
  20. Hey Bram I would have had stuff up earlier, but life is getting in the way at the moment Hopefully soon!
  21. world

    Spill

    Unfortunately, an alcohol bath might mess up some of the plastics on the keyboard. I'd imagine you would want to wash the rest of the milk out though... Alcohol can affect the appearance of plastics, but if that's not something you would mind too much. The most effective way to clean the keyboard would be to take it apart and clean the components separately with alcohol, but that's not always feasible (and is a warranty voider), but I would definitely advise putting it into an air-tight container along with some rice to help it completely dry out.
  22. Looks like a CM690 first gen to me
  23. You should try cheese next time (don't actually do it )
  24. Looks like the official statement on this is out http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2015/02/24/gtx-970/ Interpret it however you like
  25. I'm a fan, but not diehard, I guess I like how the MM new 3DSXL looks though. I'll just have to stick with my original 3DS for longer, I guess, haha. I was lucky with that one though, and I was able to get an Ocarina of Time Limited Edition 3DS