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  1. Thank you. I've emailed them, and now just waiting for their response. I'll update when they replied.
  2. Waalaikumsalam... A Malaysian in CM support? I'm a Malaysian too! Living as an expat here in Qatar... Posted my PC from home, but lost the screws during another moving here Sorry to hear about the sudden earthquake in Sabah/Sarawak. I hope no one within your family was affected from that quake... Anyway, I've checked some of the threads available and found this: http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/12396-thumbscrews-for-the-nepton-240m/ In that thread, there's this email address: shop@coolermaster.eu that I mailed the request to. Is this email still valid and usable, since there's no emailing method for most of the contacts within those links. Or do I still need to call them?
  3. Good day to Cooler Master support. I am a proud owner of a Nepton 280L AIO cooler, and what a cooler it was! With Prime95, it cooled my monster FX-9570 to <50 degrees, just a tad over 50 when left overnight, which is pretty damn awesome. However, a while ago, I was forced to move houses due to work, and during the move, I unfortunately lost a couple of the thumbscrews for the fans. Right now, it's mounted using a different screw, but they did not seem to be able to hold well, thus making me buy the screw set available in the CM Europe store. However, another nasty problem cropped up. I am currently living in Qatar, and CM Europe store does not post there. Is it possible for me to ask for a delivery of the set of screws down here to Qatar? Thanks for the support!
  4. Hello to everyone on CM Community, may you all have a nice day today. Last night I bought myself a Cooler Master Nepton 280L to replace my CM TPC 812 which failed to cool my FX-9350 even with 2 Corsair SP120 fans. After installation, I immediately tested my CPU, stressing it with Prime95 and I immediately liked my results. HWMonitor reports an idle temperature between 20C-40C (which is almost room temperature for my country) and a fully stressed run of Prime95 at just 60C, in comparison to the 78C-81C that I got from the TPC 812 which induces massive downclocks. And the stock fan isn't too noisy when I placed it on Silent mode in my BIOS. Just pop open a game (tested Far Cry 4) and I didn't hear anything anymore, so I'm fine with the cooler. However, there are two issues that slightly bothered me with it. 1. The fan pump spins at an RPM too high, hovering between 6.6k and 6.8k RPM. Is it supposed to do that? I read some forum somewhere that suggested a user of the same CLC to plug it on the CPU fan header with a casing fan's low noise adapter to reduce the pump speed. I did this and it dropped to 4.7k RPM. Is this a good idea? Will this damage anything? 2. The fan speeds doesn't seem to change even when on load. It stayed at 1.2k RPM, having a difference of less than a hundred RPM when on load compared to idle. Is this correct? As mentioned above, I set it to Silent mode in BIOS, yet the RPM doesn't increase despite the load on the CPU. Is this normal? The 2xJetFlo 140mm fans are connected to the supplied fan header splitter and connected to my motherboard's (a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3) SYS_FAN1 header. The fans are set to a pull config with the rad in the casing and the fans outside because my casing didn't actually fit the entire rad assembly, though they still worked. My specs if needed: Corsair Carbide 200R AMD FX-9350 Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Windows 8.1 CM VS750w Palit 970 Jetstream Kingston HyperX Blu 8GB 1600MHz Kingston HyperX 3k SSD WD Green 2TB,3TB,4TB And of course, CM Nepton 280L with JetFlo140mm x 2 Pictures of my (extremely messy) setup later if needed. Thank you for all those who read my problems.
  5. Hello to everyone on CM Community, may you all have a nice day today. Last night I bought myself a Cooler Master Nepton 280L to replace my CM TPC 812 which failed to cool my FX-9350 even with 2 Corsair SP120 fans. After installation, I immediately tested my CPU, stressing it with Prime95 and I immediately liked my results. HWMonitor reports an idle temperature between 20C-40C (which is almost room temperature for my country) and a fully stressed run of Prime95 at just 60C, in comparison to the 78C-81C that I got from the TPC 812, which includes massive downclocks. And the stock fan isn't too noisy when I placed it on Silent mode in my BIOS. Just pop open a game (tested Far Cry 4) and I didn't hear anything anymore, so I'm fine with the cooler. However, there are two issues that slightly bothered me with it. 1. The fan pump spins at an RPM too high, hovering between 6.6k and 6.8k RPM. Is it supposed to do that? I read some forum somewhere that suggested a user of the same CLC to plug it on the CPU fan header with a casing fan's low noise adapter to reduce the pump speed. I did this and it dropped to 4.7k RPM. Is this a good idea? Will this damage anything? 2. The fan speeds doesn't seem to change even when on load. It stayed at 1.2k RPM, having a difference of less than a hundred RPM when on load compared to idle. Is this correct? As mentioned above, I set it to Silent mode in BIOS, yet the RPM doesn't increase despite the load on the CPU. Is this normal? The 2xJetFlo 140mm fans are connected to the supplied fan header splitter and connected to my motherboard's (a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3) SYS_FAN1 header. The fans are set to a pull config with the rad in the casing and the fans outside because my casing didn't actually fit the entire rad assembly, though they still worked. My specs if needed: Corsair Carbide 200R AMD FX-9350 Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Windows 8.1 CM VS750w Palit 970 Jetstream Kingston HyperX Blu 8GB 1600MHz Kingston HyperX 3k SSD WD Green 2TB,3TB,4TB And of course, CM Nepton 280L with JetFlo140mm x 2 Pictures of my (extremely messy) setup later if needed. Thank you for all those who read my problems.