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  1. After a long time saving money I finally got my H500M and I would like to share my thoughts about it. Design: That's the main reason I bought this case. The two massive fans on the front look incredible. After seeing an H500 a year ago I knew my next case had to have these massive fans. Combined with the 4 glass panel I can get a clear view of my interior, especially because the glass isn't as smoked as a lot of other alternatives. I would still prefer completely clear glass though. While the glass panel on the Backside seems useless at first, I'm planning to get a nice Drawing in there and add a Custom made RGB-LED System. What I don't like are the glossy plastic parts which are prone to fingerprints and dust - even more so than the glass panels as well as the RGB on the fans, which need more LEDs to allow finer effects. Overall I'm extremely pleased with the visuals of this case. Quality: The case seems to be well made. I didn't notice any dangerously sharp edges or imperfections in the paint job. The plastic parts seem stable enough and I'm not to worried about scrathing the panels, since they're made out of glass. However, I'm not at all satisfied with the fans! They Wobbly and don't even support PWM! Building inside the case: Building on the other hand wasn't as satisfying. Installing the motherboard was quite easy thanks to the amount of available space. The SSD mounting mechanism is really easy to use and seems surprisingly reliable. I don't think I'll have any problems when transporting my PC. The case could use one or two more centimeters behind the metal panels that hide the cables, especially the big, vertical one. I had a lot of trouble getting all my cables behind there. Features: The ability to swap the front panel is a must-have. On this case there's still enough mesh to supply air while the glass front panel is installed and if I need better cooling I can just slot in the full mesh. GPU sag looks terrible so I'm happy to have a little support arm in this case! What's especially useful for me is the internal USB to USB-Micro cable. I Plan to use a micro-controller to build a custom RGB System since I think all systems I could by are lacking and way to expensive. Radiator support seems nice, but to fit one in the Front it seems I would have to change the fan config. I bought this case for the Huger fans, so no way. I'll have to see if I can find a 400mm radiator that could fit with a bit of work. If a 400mm radiator was supported by default this case would have even more extreme cooling capacity. The included bag is great, but could use a bit more padding. Though I'll probably make myself a custom harness that I can attach without picking up the case. 4 USB 3.0 slots and one Type C 3.1 slot are fantastic, but my motherboard only has one USB 3.0 Header, so an included adapter would help. I would also like to see a backplane for the HDD drawers. Also, a removable motherboard tray helps with annoying IO-Shields. Thankfully newer boards have these integrated. Lastly I don't want zip ties at this price! velcros only, please! Conclusion: I really like the case. The only two things which are actual problems for me are fans and getting zip ties instead of velcros. If this was fixed I would be completely satisfied. All other things I discussed here are supposed to be inspirations and I would love to see them incorporated in a future case.
  2. Like the title states looking for the cooler master 200mm radiator, as the case I recently purchased specifically states that it supports Cooler Masters own 200mm radiator, yet they don't seem to offer anything like that! Is it simply in RnD at the moment, and they plan on releasing it in the future? It seems like false marketing to display compatibility with an item that doesn't exist yet, considering this may be the reason someone purchases the h500 (like me). Do 200mm fans simply not have enough pressure to make a radiator using 200mm a viable option? Do they have plans on releasing the 200mm radiator in the near future? If not I may consider returning the case, as it doesn't really have any ability to make use of the claimed radiator sizes, as anything other than 200 or 400mm would not work in the front with mismatched fans and fan sizes, and the top doesn't have nearly enough room for most even halfway large AIOs (at least with the MoBo I chose).
  3. Hey guys, So I am trying to go all rgb and i recently purchased a MasterFan MF200R which is a 200mm case fan. I am trying to fit it to a Cooler Master Haf XB EVO case. The top of the case had a 200mm blue led Cooler Master fan already there. When trying to replace it, the holes are completely different. Any ideas why? Makes no sense especially since everything is the same brand. Thanks! -Mike
  4. 54n53j

    200mm ARGB fan

    Hi. I bought H500p white mesh when it was released and I consider this case as the best ever but soon after that CM has released h500m with 2x 200mm ARGB front fans which are amazing. Now obviously I wouldn't buy another case just for front fans, and here is my question : Does anyone know if CM is planning to sell 200mm ARGB fans that are installed in h500m ? this would finish my build to my satisfaction. Thank you for any info. I know that there are Thermaltake Riing 200 with argb but they would have to go with yet another software on my pc.
  5. Greetings. I’m not sure if I’m posting this in the right forum, but here goes; it is a part replacement issue, as mentioned in the title. Long story short, here’s what up : I sent to CM support on 2018-02-07 a replacement request because one of my Trooper’s (original 200mm fan) fan blade came loose and flew out of the computer. Whole computer shakes as a result with this broken fan, so unusable. Still no update from them as of now. Read further. I was already in other (multiple) parts replacement process at the time; I feel like I got very unlucky on the Quality Control.They sent me a top panel, an X-Tray logic board, a fan controller; all of that in a month and half. Plus a 200mm fan if they allow it. Anyway, I really appreciate the fact that CM USA honored all the way their 2 years warranty, They always notified me when there was an update and always used federal tranport so everything always shipped in less than 5 business days every single time. (for reference, I live in Quebec, CAN. USPS and Canada Post worked together really well) But, with everything that happened in such a short amount of time, I can’t help but feel like this wonderful computer case won’t last very long after the warranty ends. As I mentioned earlier, I feel like my Trooper had a very bad QC. Has anyone of you fellow Stryker and Trooper owners felt like they also ran into QC issues ? Thank you, Karl
  6. Hey, So i have the CMstorm Black, and love it. Best case, hands down (imo) However, because im an idiot, i tried jiggerin' around inside the case while the pc was running, and caught my hand on the top fan. Broke a fin, and now its all munted. Before i go dismantling, has anyone replaced theirs, and what fan did you replace with. I would just like to ensure i can get the right size / screw mounts etc etc.