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  1. No, savastore was only £35 so i couldn't resist! Which cases did you get from specialtech?
  2. Some kind soul posted this on [H]ard forums: http://www.axiontech.com/prdt.php?src=PW&item=75137 - has got to be the deal of the year! http://www.sundialmicro.com/cooler_...1_1701_211.html http://www.sundialmicro.com/cooler_...1_1701_136.html http://www.sundialmicro.com/cooler_...1_1701_192.html http://www.sundialmicro.com/cooler_...2_1701_204.html http://www.directron.com/atc210.html http://www.directron.com/atc201csx2.html Anyone willing to get me a 201-SX2 and ship it over to the UK?
  3. how does it not match, sorry but we need more info is the mobo connector two pins side by side as in - XX but the power cable three pin as in - X X with the X's being wires and the space being empty
  4. Argghhhhhh it's not a VX1 (green) though it's in a VX1 box, it's a DX1 the black version!!!!!! I dunno what to do now, i got what i thought was green as i had a spare window which is green!!
  5. I just ordered a ATC210C-VX1 the green one, which is doubly fantastic as i think i still have a window panel about somewhere from when i ordered the wrong one for my 201-SX1! I can't wait for it to arrive, though i dunno what i'm going to do with it - i'm not really a fan of doors but it was such a good price i had to buy it!
  6. lozza

    Case Names

    Did Cooler Master actually name the 201-BTX and 201-SXK the Black Widow and Silver Widow? Or were these names made up by the end users? Also does anyone have the advertising images for the cases such as:
  7. lozza

    Spare wires ?

    Sounds like the power switch cable to me what have you got plugged into the power pins on the mobo?
  8. Email cooler master and ask for a replacment switch
  9. Oh please! I would really like that!
  10. lozza

    Cavalier 1(CAV-T01)

    I've not heard of this but i guess if you purchased it from a reputable dealer there shouldn't be any problems Normaly the ring goes around the Power/Reset switch, Power/HDD Leds wires (has in all the cases i've ever had anyway!) You can use it for anything you like, Keep it as a souvenir, Stick it to your case, stick it to your monitor, stick it to your forehead - there is no specific purpose for it, it's just a little bonus extra It shouldn't do, but then i don't have a cool drive or a cavalier so couldn;t be 100% certain Hope that helps a bit and Welcome to the CM forums
  11. No problem mate, good that you received the parts! It looks great man, 2 intake fans, that's a thing I always like! Are you gonna install some hardware on it? I'm probably going to swap over my 201 give that a rest, i'm currently working on the foundations for a sff build so i'm not sure when i'll have time, but i really want to get it done!
  12. Unfortunately the case design wouldn't alow for 120mm fans without some serious butchering! But if the 200/201/111/110s were developed with 120mm intake and exhust they would fly off the shelves and snatch that market back from lian li for sure
  13. Well few months ago I was lucky enough to buy a Cooler Master ATC111B-SX2 for a very modest price. The price was due to the fact there were quite a few "problems" as in damage and missing parts. I have been doing various bits and pieces along the way while negotiating and awaiting spare parts from Cooler Master (Thanks to CM for the spare parts and to knud // elessar for making it happen!). Yay the bits arrived today: So the first thing on the agenda was the window panel which had a ruddy great scratch across it (or so the seller thought) and a load of stickers on it: The stickers came off with ease, a little residue but nothing that cilit bang couldn't deal with, but the scratch? well i was all set on needing to get a new piece of perspex but on doing the fingernail test (always do the fingernail test to see how deep the scratch is) i was chuffed to find the scratch scratched off! so with a bit of soft cloth wrapped over my fingernail i worked away the scratch. The case was missing drive bay blanks, PCI blanks and all thumb screws. Having removed all the other bits, i found there was no dust filters behind the mesh. So an empty shell which needed a good clean up and lots of foam & velcro pads removing. The velcro ones were pretty easy to just pull of with no residue left but the foam pads were a bit more challenging. You'll see one that i hadn't quite shifted at the time of the pitures: My secret weapon in cleaning all the dirt dust and trapped daddy longlegs out was Cilit Bang (BANG! and the dirt was gone!) Cleaned the brushed alu surface nicely as well: Now that all the bits from CM arrived it was time to get all the other bits together: 4 x Akasa Blue LED fans (all fans are speed adjustable using a controller, but the two for the front are adjustable independantly) 5 x 80mm fan grills 120mm x 80mm Dust filter 1 x I/O Shield (ok so it wont fit your mobo, but it finnishes it off) Now it's time to remove the motherboard tray install Akasa fan with grill on front and back, pop the I/O shield in and the new PCI blanks with thumb screws: Motherboard tray Back in place with thumb screws: Next up was installing the top blow hole fan and grill: Then onto the front fans, with grills on the inside of the case: Installation of the 5.25" bay blanks: A new dust filter in the mesh and on it goes: Sides back on and the new thumb screws in to secure: One tenderly loved cared for and caressed back to good health ATC111b-SX2: Feel free to comment or ask questions here, via email or MSN. I hope you enjoyed it!
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    Whats with the bumping, your post was still up in the top 5 threads! Not only that your post was answered by zerospace. Spare parts for cases are not sold via general retail outlets afaik, your best bet as Zerospace has already said is to contact cooler master direct
  15. I have one i have sent you a PM
  16. lozza

    ATC111-SX1 & ATC111-SX2

    Nope it's not that, the C and B stand for window or no window i.e ATC111B-SX1 has a window ATC111C-SX1 doesn't have a window ATC111B-SX2 has a window ATC111C-SX2 doesn't have a windo
  17. Can anyone point out the differences between these two cases please
  18. WOW what a case - let me know if you ever want to sell!!!
  19. Hey Guys I have a 201-SX1 that i am breaking for spare parts and was wondering if anyone had any idea what they would be worth as i'll be selling off the parts i don't need. All parts are from a champagne coloured 201 except the window panel which is Aluminium and would fit a silver widow/praetorian and wavemaster i think. solid side panel Left solid side panel Right window panel Left (silver) top Panel motherboard tray front panel front panel screws (lot) power/reset switch assembly USB assembly and door 5.25" drive blanks (each) 3.5" drive blanks (each) feet (all 4) PCI slot covers (each) thumb screws (each) I think thats all the parts - thanks for any help/guidance you can give
  20. Fantastic! Mr. Miyagi!!!!! Not all there but it helps with googling for hours, shame some alot of the pictures are missing
  21. I asked this same question here I did find a page with the model numbers on but no info at all. I have been planing to do my own little archive of all the cases i own and their variations
  22. I would part with it for the right price, but as i'm in the UK and your in the US it would be pretty costly for shipping i expect. I'm hoping to pick up a 200 at some point as well - make a nice little family lol
  23. TTIUWP Lets see them all! Please! (my little collection: Mint in box 201c-SX1 Mint in box 111c-SX1 In use 201b-SX1 has been used 201b-SXK (silver widow) has been used 111b-SX2 Spare parts 201c-SX1)
  24. Who needs two floppy drives!! http://arstechnica.com/reviews/01q3/coo ... tc-201.jpg
  25. After a lot of digging i've found out 201-SXK is the Silver Widow 201-BTX is the Black Widow 201-SXT is Black sides and top, Silver front 201-SX1/2 is Champagne sides and top, silver front