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  1. i was looking at a bunch of reviews for the q300l and lots of people praise it for how good of a budget case it is, however i saw this one video of a guy who experienced really high temperatures on the case and wasnt even able to post with his 780, he blamed it on the case and the low airflow it provided, the video had lots of dislikes and comments both agreeing and disagreeing with him, anyone got any experiences with the case? how do the thermals perform? i was planing on using a 9600k with a cryorig H7 but some guy also recommended not to use air cooling on that case, is that true? and also... is the included case fan have LEDs? it looks really similar to the ml240 RGB fans thanks in advise!
  2. ZacTam

    Master Lite 3.1 Case Bad Cooling?

    Hello Community, I currently own Master Lite 3.1 Case and used it for nearly 3 to 4 months, I found out that it's my case overheats while I play games like Rainbow Six Siege. Its front of the case has barely enough space to get fresh air, which leads to heat up quickly. I once thought it was my GPU which is an RX 580, but after I took off the front of the case, everything seems to be normal again. I have two fans in front of the case and they run normally. I know it's a budget case with tempered glass, but why such a poor design? Does the same case owners have the same issue?
  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. When I install the portal , i get a message "Please make sure that you are connected to the internet when you launch/update CM Portal . I've been tryin for 5 hours , and i cant get it fixed . Can someone help me?
  5. Hi, I recently purchased a CoolerMaster H500P and I must say i'm pretty impressed, It knocks the socks off any case I have ever purchased. To get to the point of the thread: I am using the 2 stock 200mm fans and the rear 140mm fan along with a HUGE CPU cooler block (Be quiet Dark rock unit), when I max the CPU out it is exceeding 85 Degrees In temperature and keeps rising. (I am using a i7-8700k Not Overclocked). I know that running this hardware at these temperatures isn't a big deal but i want this system to last me along time since I have a lot of plans for it down the line in terms of upgrades and changes, And as far as I am aware you want hardware below 82 Degree's for longer term health. I am using Intel's XTU for the bulk of temperature information. My aim is to have the computer run near max CPU at as low a temperature as possible for reasonable lengths of time. (I live in Scotland if that helps so its usually reasonably cold). I have looked at top mounted fans but am unsure if i can support more RGB fans without buying the Coolermaster Fan hub and what would be better 2x200mm vr 3x140mm, or should I stop being a peasant and go for a water cooler if I expect to reach some temperatures. I am not made of money but If the performance result is worth it I am In. How can i keep this thing cool, ideally without changing the CPU cooler ? Any help greatly appreciated ! Full specs below: CPU: i7-8700k (Intel) GPU: Nvidia GTX 1070 (ASUS TURBO) RAM: 16GB 3000MHz (CORSAIR VENGENCE) CPU-C: Be Quiet dark rock cooler I PSU: Corsair VS-650 (650w) Case: Coolermaster H500P STR: Samsung 960 EVO M.2 SSD (1TB) MBOD: Z-370 ASUS TUF PLUS
  6. The Maker 5t is an amazing case, build quality is fantastic and looks magnificent, however, the airflow is very restrictive, Changing my case has led my CPU to be about 6 degrees hotter than before, removing the front panel does drop temps but man, if the panel restricts airflow, then why have it there in the first place.
  7. 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.
  8. collinjm01

    Case fan and Case do not match up!?

    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
  9. Hi, I have a mastercase pro 5 what liquid cooling (with radiators) are supported on the TOP? please suggest options thanks
  10. Trevor Dennis

    7900X in Cosmos II — Maximum Rad Size?

    I'm about to start a 7900X build using a Cosmos II, and it seems that you need to make every effort to keep the CPU cool. I have also seen a few posts in this forum where people have had issues putting large radiators in the top of a Cosmos II case, so I am hoping to find someone with atual experience. At the very least, I'd like to use a 280mm AIO. Has anyone done this, and especially with a 7900X? Is it a straight forward fit, and if you did use a 7900X, what temperatures did you get? BTW I need to keep all the drive bays. That was one of the reasons I chose to use this case. TIA
  11. Hello! I have a computer with an i7-6700k using cooler master neptune 240m as the CPU cooling. The pump is on fanheader while the radiator fans are connected to another CPU opt fan connector on the motherboard. I have an idle temp of 29-30 degrees celsius when the room temp is on about 24-25 degrees. When I run it on max load for extended periods the temp keeps around 65+ degrees. Is this normal? So far I have not adjusted any settings on the CPU or the fan setup. No overclocks having the CPU on 4,0Ghz. I'm not sure about voltage setting but I will check later. I think it is on stock settings. I'm just wondering if these temps are normal for this cooler + this CPU? The 65+ degrees appear when the CPU is used 100% by rendering softwares which I do occasionally. I installed the cooler causally watching several instructions to do it properly. The temps never go above 70 degrees as I know of. Maybe 65-68 but not more. I'm new to watercoolers in general. I just want to be sure if I did something wrong or not. And if these are nominal normal temps. And what kind of tweaks and settings I should do. This is in general how the whole installation looks like if it can help the case. The fans are set as outake on top of my system. I have 2 intakes on front behind dustfilter. And another corsair blue LED outake. All the non radiator fans are 140mm and the system runs cool in general. I also have a question regarding the installation location. I remember being really careful while installing this cooler. (as they said in several videos before) and noticed a few people have managed to brick their motherboard installing it. I'm not sure if I have damaged or not even though being very careful while installing. The computer has worked flawlessly since last December when I did the installation/upgrade. I have an example in the images that makes me worry. The one of the pump with a red arrow. Should I worry? I have moved the computer around several times for installing smaller new fans or gadgets in the several months since last december and to show my systems guts to friends. Not noticed anything wrong system wise and no errors at all. I'm just not sure what that looks like.
  12. I really thought these were going to be the best fans on the market. Theyre a combination of a good coolermaster fan reminiscent of the xtraflo fan from the 212 evo, and RGB LEDS which can never go wrong. The big issue is noise. These things sound like a lawnmower. The noise gets worse at higher rpms and much better at lower rpms so its not bearing noise, its a form of coil whine. Theres also control issues such as the fan not even going to 0 rpms on pwm, and if you use voltage, the leds turn off as you lower the voltage. The PCB is too bloated. The design has 4 super bright leds, a pwm mosfet, probably some led mosfets, 4 giant radial coils, an overcomplicated driver and finally, the leds are powered off of the fan header instead of the simpler solution of just using RGB power.
  13. I want to run 9 hard drives in the Haf Stacker 915R and 915F for a total of 18 drives. These drives will almost never be used. As an example lets say at most 1 hard drive will be used a week, and that the hard drive will run for less than 10 hours or less for the week. My question is how to cool them? I could just put 3 fans in each case for awesome cooling, but this would be VERY wasteful running all those fans when it might be days days/weeks/months between hard drive uses. It might be better to have something temperature or use based... While I have ideas and have researched some, I was curious if anyone else tackled this situation or one like it, and if so how did they do it? Thank you! -Bill Full Description of the scenario: I bought the three piece Haf Stacker (935+915F+915R) with the intention of using it as a media server with 24 drives connected to it (six in the 935, Nine in each of the 915's) The 935 will be the day to day storage powering the DVR, and will see it's hard drives used nearly 24 hours a day, but the 915's will have hard drives filled with media archives, meaning they will see VERY little use.
  14. Recently I bought a Hyper EVO 212 CPU cooler and installed it, swapping it out with the stock cooler that came with my AMD FX-6300. The motherboard I have is ASUS MS A99 evo R2.0 and the RAM I am using is Corsair vengeance 4x2 Gb 1600MHz. During the installation process I got a trace amount of thermal paste that came with the evo on my motherboard but I cleaned it with some isopropyl alcohol on a paper towel. After installation I hooked the computer back up and pressed the power button, and though everything seemed to be working, I was getting a black screen and the DRAM LED (which I don't think had been on before) was solidly illuminated. I thought it had something to do with the ram because the cpu cooler was pushing against one of the sticks, so I removed that stick, but no screen came on. I looked up online elsewhere of the mounting bracket fitting tighter to the motherboard I have than other motherboards, and that I may have even crushed the CPU by tightening it down too hard, but I'm not sure how to check for that. My computer was working just fine before this. I am able to switch between HDMI 1 and 2 which shows up on the screen but not much else. I'm not sure what to do. Has anyone else had this problem or found solutions? Attached is a vid of my computer when its turned on. I'm thankful for any help. _omputer_not.working-
  15. Mayura De Silva

    JetFlo: Screw Type

    Hello, I've recently purchased a JetFlo 120mm fan to mount on my case - rear mount. Now that I mounted it, I can't secure the side panel completely. It touches the JetFlo's round screw head and leaves a gap between side panel and casing. Can you guys let me know the type of screw it has? So I can find similar screws with a flat head and then secure the side panel. I tried the screws came with my casing and used for other case fans, but they didn't go with JetFlo. Came across similar screws, but not sure if it has the same thread or not - M3 / M4 / M5 Thanks.
  16. René Castillo Picazo

    Seidon 120V - Beep sound and overheating.

    Hello, I have a problem with my Seidon 120V. When i turn on the pc there is a beep sound like in this video: The pump overheats and then the pc turns off automatically. The following are my computer specifications: CPU: AMD FX 8350 4GHZ/AM3+/16MB MB: ASUS M5A97LE R2.0 AM3+ HDD: SEAGATE 1TB 3.5 SATA 3 RAM: KINGSTON HYPERX FURY 8GB GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 750TI GV-N PSU: CORSAIR CX430W/80+ Thanks for your time.
  17. Arijit Chatterjee

    COSMOS II COMPATIBILITY

    HI EVERYONE!!! I recently planned to buy Cosmos II cabinet for built a gaming spec machine. I add some great components with it. But, Unfortunately i can't be sure if those components are completely supported for my Cosmos II. here are the specs(Currently): CPU Cooler Deepcool CAPTAIN 360 273.4 CFM Fluid Dynamic Bearing Liquid CPU Cooler Case Cooler Master Cosmos II (Black) ATX Full Tower Case Power Supply Cooler Master 1200W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply (V1200) Fan Controller NZXT SENTRY 3 Fan Controller Please let me know if they are totally compatible or not... Thanks. pcpart.txt
  18. HELLO everyone! I recently bought Intel i3 6100(6th gen) and CM hyper 103 CPU cooler , On the box of CM Hyper 103 it says , it is compatible with LGA 1151 socket but there is no manual guide for LGA 1151 bracket in box, So i'm confused which bracket is compatible with LGA 1151 socket, Kindly Help me out ASAP! Thanku
  19. Relan Morales

    Water Dispenser - Scratch Build

    Hello all, You will be seeing updates in this post from time to time. This is the work log for the "Water Dispenser" scratch build. You know what water dispensers are... this time, you will see a water dispenser computer. The goal is build a great case with the following features: 1. Fit 360 radiator 2. Custom water cooling 3. Simple and elegant 4. Looks like a water dispenser (of course)
  20. Hello! Is it possible to install an Intel Liquid Cooling System BXTS13X in an Elite 110 case? Here's a link to the installation guide of the BXTS13X: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000005785.html Cheers, R.
  21. Leon Overhorst

    CM (Standard) Fans

    I Upgraded my system and as case took the CM Storm Stryker. i5 Processor and re-used my Old Cooler. Wat wonders me is that all though the case looks Good and works fine I can not buy any of default mounted Fans in (so far) any known stores! Further more I wanted to modify my cooler with 120x120x15 mm Fans preferably with a White theme. And Yes CM sells some of these size Fans but only connected to a Cooler which I dont need. Is there a shop where I can find the mentioned Fans anywhere in Europe? Thank u,
  22. KeiDnaval

    Seidon 120v is running hot

    Hello everyone, i'm sorry if my english is in somewhat wrong I buy a Seidon 120v ver2 and at idle my temp a pretty high... http://i.imgur.com/hfEWJ4O.png i did what mohd noh did for is setup : put the fan on system fan header and the pump on cpu fan header My spec are : Case : Zalman Z11 Hf1 CPU: Amd A10-7850k Mobo : MSI A88X-g45 PSU: Cooler Master B700 GPU: ASUS Radeon HD 7870 ( i know it can be bottleneck by the cpu but i wont change any of the cpu or gpu ) RAM : 12Go 1333mhz ( kingston but just took it from an old acer pc, i will change it by real one, one day ) My old AirCooling ( Raijintek Pallas ) Gave almost exactly the same temp wich is quite strange for water cooling, even for an entry AIO i hope you can help me to figure out what is the problem, thanks
  23. Hi Guys Just wanna know ( as the title says ) - Will the V8 GTS CPU Cooler fit in the Antec P280 White Window Case? I intend to buy it but im not sure if it'll fit in the case - please assist
  24. Ok, before I screw this build up, all parts are Cooler Master. Haf 912 case with MegaFlow 200mm Fan & Seidon 120v cpu cooler. The 200mm fan will not fit as an exhaust at the top of the 912 case with the liquid cooler installed, right? Looks like not even (2) 120mm fans will fit on the top even if I have the Seidon cooler in push or push/pull config (2 fans). Only (1) 120mm will fit. I guess I just wasted money on the 200mm fan. I already have one in the front. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
  25. Stevens

    Project Copper build

    So, I wanted to make another build for a good while now, and this time make a build log, and maybe enter a competition or two. My background for this is simple.. I really don't like the normal cases, even though they are different, they all look they same to me. I really liked the idea of that flat wall out-of-the case build. so that is what i went for in this one. Lets start: My hardware for this setup is: 1 x Asus MB Crosshair V Formula-Z 1 x AMD CPU FX8350 2 x AMD GPU VTX3D Radeon R9 280X 3GB GDDR5 2 x Corsair 8GB 2133MHZ DDR3 Ram 1 x Corsair CX 750w PSU 2 x Kingston Hyperx 3k 120GB SSD 555/510 MB/s in Raid 0 (Windows) 1 x Seagate 2000GB 7200RPM HDD (storage) from my sponser, whom this wasn't possible without: 1 x Alphacool NexXos UT60 420mm Radiator 1 x Alphacool Coolplex pro 10 LT Res. 3 x Noctua NF-A14 iPPC-2000 PWM Fans And of cause some fittings and some cable sleeving. Coolerkit is a Danish company selling some good quality hardware for air and watercooling, and most other parts for doing your own pc modding, with cases, PSU's, cables and others. The Idea: This idea is going to have a lot of copper in it, Copper pipes, copper rad, copper paint, I think it will look really nice with the black and the little red that is on the Mb. As mentioned before, I am going for that flat wall out-of-the case build. The watercooling loop will be made with copper pipes, with the cooling units going in parallel instead of serial. Unlike some of the others making these nice custom builds I don't have a lot of experience in making 3d renders, so you will have to do with a sketch i made, remember, that its only a sketch!, the complete idea, of how everything is gonna look and how its made, is in my head, and some of it I'll have to figure out along the road. Stay tuned for more updates on the project when I start building (just waiting for the last package wich contains the watercooling units and pump) PS. I'm Danish, so I apologize for the bad English