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  1. I'm curious about what is 'outdated' about it? Is it just that the front-panel doesn't have USB-3? Except, possibly, the lack of an 8th slot, there is nothing that the 840 lacks. It is pure beauty. Compared to this, the HAF is an ugly, bumpy, plastic monstrosity. Be Well! Fireheart
  2. Has the 840 been discontinued? New Egg seems to indicate such. Be Well! Fireheart
  3. You may get a better response regarding voltages, tweaks and such, on the ASUS forum, rather than here. You may wish to post a description of your fan set-up, either here, or on the Chassis, or Mods and Overclocks section of this forum. Airflow can have a significant effect on the cooler's ability to move heat. Be Well! Fireheart
  4. Fireheart

    Noctua NH-U12P SE

    No side fan on the 960. Be Well! Fireheart
  5. Something like This http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6817994060 a 3-in-2 Internal, Hot-swapable Sata Backplane. You'd lose out on any CD drive, though. I believe similar units are available for PATA, as well. Be Well! Fireheart
  6. Fine, shop here instead: http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/index.php Be Well! Fireheart
  7. Two places in the 830 that seem obvious for a Rad... The bottom, over the long vent there (although air direction for the fans may be a problem). Horizontally, over the CPU, in the fan bracket - or perhaps a new, sturdier, purpose crafted swinging bracket. Exhausting through the nicely vented side-panel. There's lots of options and Someone has tried every one of them, on these forums. Be Well! Fireheart
  8. Hey, that Does look nice! Congrats! Be Well! Fireheart
  9. Ah! Sorry, Tonschk, but I have since discovered that CM is smarter than me - There is no need to drill holes, since the PCI Card retaining bracket is on the Back and not obscured by that pillar at all. I was trying to point that out with the picture in my last post. Sometimes, I just need to do more research, before I make an [censored] of myself. Be Well! Fireheart
  10. There's no need to worry - the pictured case is NOT the ATCS 840. CM is smarter than that. Not easy to see, but the PCI card retention screws/bracket is on the Outside of the case. Yes, it's easiest to get to by sliding out the MB tray, but that's not Necessary in order to change a card. Don't over-react. Be Well! Fireheart
  11. Black is beautiful, CM! You know, it occurs to me that, if you had just one more Centimeter of width, you could put TWO 3x120 Rads in front of those 230s... Or... Dude, you could Totally stack 4x2x90 rads in that space and gang them together however you wanted! Err, not sure how Efficient/Effective that would be, though. Be Well! Fireheart
  12. http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/index.php Contact CM USA Parts Store? Be Well! Fireheart
  13. Fireheart

    CM Stacker 832SE

    The part you need is RC-880-FBN1-GP, unfortunately it's been discontinued... at least, at NewEgg. There are still other places that have it in stock, but I'd be sending messages to your local CM Parts Shop. Be Well! Fireheart
  14. Possible to replace the knobs on the pots? With lower profile ones? Just a thought. Be Well! Fireheart
  15. A 4-in-3 adapter might work, or a SATA Backplane. Be Well! Fireheart