Daedra

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  1. Daedra

    rc690 case speaker

    I ordered one off this site, got it for $2.88 shipped. If your interested http://bestbyte.net/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=BB&Product_Code=CACP01SP1&Category_Code=
  2. I love my 690 and have wanted to use it in some other builds but one thing that is really annoying is that as power supplies get bigger they are also getting longer and some of them now cover the hole that you use to run cable behind the motherboard try. Just a suggestion to cooler master, make the 690 or future cases with a hole that is larger or move it farther away from the end of the power supply so that it will accommodate larger power supplies. Thanks for listening
  3. Old post, but if anyone still wants to know. http://webpages.charter.net/daedra/adapter2.htm
  4. I have the exact same problem. for some reason the microphone jack is extremely sensitive. The only way I was able to get around it is to use a rubber band. Is there any chance of me also getting a new circuit board? I would be willing to mail in the old one.
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    Cosmos power led

    had the same problem with my 690. Here is what I did. http://webpages.charter.net/daedra/adapter2.htm
  6. directron has been sold out of that adapter forever. That is why I had to make my own. Afunguy the adapter really is not an "adapter" in a traditional sense, that plug is just a + and - and the Asus motherboard is + - that is why just cutting it in half works I just like you did not want to do that. Let us know how it goes.
  7. http://www.petrastechshop.com/14yalod1cafa.html http://www.petrastechshop.com/14yalod1cafa1.html Don't let the price fool you, Yate Loons are one of the best if not the best cost/performance fan every made. They actually just got these in and I am thinking of picking some up myself.
  8. Actually a more elegant solution is this http://webpages.charter.net/daedra/adapter2.htm It took almost 3 weeks but I found a part that works. I detailed the HOWTO in the above site.
  9. Cool, I was looking at the Thermalright Ultima 90, which is basically a smaller version of the 120 that cools almost as well. Now I know it fits
  10. I was just wondering if any of you can confirm various CPU Heatsinks that you know or that you are using that work in this case. Thanks
  11. Hello I recently purchased the CM-690 and the install went well except that my Asus motherboard wants a 3-pin power LED while the LED plug that came with the case is only a 2 pin. If you look on the newegg reviews this is a common complaint. Does anybody know where I can get an adapter because I really don't want to cut or rewire the switch. Thank You