PowerWizz

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  1. I got someone to put the photo on their website. I hope this gives you an idea of what it is you should be looking for. http://www.offender.dk/dscf2290.jpg
  2. I tried but can't find a picture at the moment, and have no where to upload a photo... The best description I can give is that it is a ring shaped peice of plastic with a hole in the middle which in this case was slightly bigger or fittet quite well when you put then on the the screw part of the motherboard riser screws. Kinda looks like an O just with the outher part being thicker. Two of these on each riser screw lifted the motherboard high enough, and I have had zero problems since then. I almost forgot how much money I paid for this crappy made chassis. Well the chassis in itself is quite nice, but it is just like my StarWars Battlefront II game, the people who made it screwed up big time. No other chassis I've used in more than 10 years have ever presented me with such problems.
  3. Since there are many posts and several threads about the stacker problems I hope it is ok that I crosspost... post this post twice in the forum.. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- YAY... I actually just got a good idea when I saw some small well... funny enough I do not know the English word for such a thing.. but you know how you sometimes put this small round thing with a hole on top og a screw to get some distance from whatever you are screwing the screw into...? Well these small things I had quite a feww off from some old passive cooling set, and I put two of them (they are made from plastic) between the motherboard fittings and the back plate and the result is that the motherboard has been elevated a bit which now means all my cards fit very nicely into place!! I hope my bad combination of words are understood anyway? When it comes to the technical words I'm sad to say I'm a little lost sometimes.
  4. YAY... I actually just got a good idea when I saw some small well... funny enough I do not know the English word for such a thing.. but you know how you sometimes put this small round thing with a hole on top og a screw to get some distance from whatever you are screwing the screw into...? Well these small things I had quite a feww off from some old passive cooling set, and I put two of them (they are made from plastic) between the motherboard fittings and the back plate and the result is that the motherboard has been elevated a bit which now means all my cards fit very nicely into place!! I hope my bad combination of words are understood anyway? When it comes to the technical words I'm sad to say I'm a little lost sometimes.
  5. Agreee... as posted in another thread I have the same problems and am extremely dissappointed.... I heard and read so much good about CoolerMaster so I bought this case... Never spend so much on a case / chassis before, and never got such crap before either..... Sorry for the language, but it is very frustrating. Had many cases before and not one have ever had problems like pci/agp cards not being able to fit properly in the slots. Did CoolerMaster disregard some standards that every other manufacturer follows? There is only one solution the way I see it. The motherboards need to be further from the backplate, it needs to be risen a bit using higher mounting fittings and then all cards will probably fit. The cards have fittet in my other case, a ThermalTake Shark case with NO problems, and it does not matter what mobo it is either since I've had more mobo's than cases / Chassis and still never had such problems.
  6. Hey... My first post here and it is not because I'm jumping with happiness and wanted to tell everyone about it... I wish I had found this forum some day ago so I could have saved myself the trouble and not buy this CM Stacker 830 chassis.. As with many others I have the problem where the cards do not fit entirely into the sockets, and well quite a bit from fitting properly actually.... I could take photos, but it is exactly the same as several others have provided photos for. I have a brand new MSI K8N Diamond Plus motherboard. A Soundblaster X-FI soundcard. A Point Of View GeForce 6200 PCI-E card. Both cards does not fit properly as mentioned...... Think I saw something about bigger/higher fittings for the mobo in another post, and something about a pci bracket? But which is the solution for all cards not fitting? Well ok.... took two pics just now...