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  1. Hello, I have a Coolermaster Masterbox MB520 RGB case which came with 3X 4PIN RGB fans and it's own controller that connects to the reset switch. I also have a Masterliquid ML240R RGB AIO that came with 2X 3PIN RGB Fans (also 2X 3PIN RGB leads from block/pump) and it's own 3PIN RGB controller that can connect to reset switch or motherboard RGB header or motherboard USB header. So far the best solution I have come up with is connecting the 4PIN fans & Controller to the reset switch and the AIO and it's controller to the USB header on the motherboard (Mobo has no RGB header). The AIO controller has a 4PIN header labelled MB12v probably intended to connect to compatible RGB header on mainboard. Could this be used to drive the 4PIN RGB fan chain? I would really like to find away to control all the lighting through one interface whether it's reset button OR software via USB
  2. I have just installed the Cooler Master MasterLiquid 120 to my Phanteks P400S and upon the first boot I could hear gurgling and water trickling so immediately worried and shut my PC down. Upon research it seems other AIO users have had similar problems however I want a definite answer. Is this okay or do I need to return my product and get another? When I rebooted my computer I have had the same problem. I stress tested my CPU and FPU for 45 minutes with AIDA64 and 15 minutes with CPU-Z and Cinebench. Temperatures didn't go above 50 degrees celcius at 3.8ghz with voltages not going above 1.325V. This seems good to me however should I be expecting more for my money? I am using a Ryzen 5 1600 and a Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 motherboard. Should I be concerned about leaks as I don't have another £450 to replace my GTX 1080 if it does.
  3. Hi, I’m currently in the process of planning the build for my Thread ripper PC on a budget a potential avenue for CPU cooling crossed my mind that might be impossible due to availability. My current plan is to fit a Cooler Master Wraith Ripper TR4 with a G.Skill Trydent Z RGB Ram kit behind it since board compatibility was an issue with the Ram I chose before. Now, I plan to fit all this in to a Corsair 780T. my problem is if I were to swap the wraith Ripper out for a Cooler Master AIO cooler the only option I’ve found is a 360 radiator, since I want to use both 5.25 drive bays. The 360 radiator is to big for the potential for it to be upgraded to push-pull system and doesn’t quite fit the 140 mm fans I would be installing. Sadly the length is too big for the top mount. I have google searched for a Cooler Master ML280 RGB TR4 Edition but I either get the specs page, the none TR4 version or a load of ads for the much bigger 360 radiator which won’t fit with the idea of putting it in a push pull configuration in the future. So, anyone know if Cooler Master will be producing 240 to 280 mm radiators on the market at all or am I better off sticking with the Wraith ripper.
  4. 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).
  5. Hello, I wanted to know if its possible to mount the Masterliquid 240 aio cooler in the Masterbox 5 lite case? the Mobo I plan to use is Asrock Z77 Extreme4 and Im not sure if it would fit in the ffront and if the hoses are long enough to reach the CPU socket. I have tried finding an example online but most of the cases Ive seen had the smaller aio mounted in the back, with one exception of someone mounting the same single fan aio in the front. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  6. I just setup a new 240L RGB AIO. for some reason, I can’t get the pump and fan led to matchbthe rest of the system. Exhaust fans (also by coolermaster) and motherboard LEDs all look correct (pink) but the pump and radiator fans are whitish... these are all hooked up to motherboard rgb header with a 1-5 rgb splitter. i have confirmed all of the rgb connectors are correctly lined up (arrow to arrow) any ideas?
  7. Hello everyone! We are back again with another AMAZING project with Asus South Africa and Cooler Master South Africa! Dubbed Project Iris This system will be our first ever ALL IN ONE system! Looking forward to sharing this journey with all of you again, so let's begin... To give some context and reasoning behind the Iris build, many people spend many hours behind their computers. Whether you are a gamer, developer, creative artist, or corporate individual, at the end of the day (unless you are taking precautions) will suffer from a great deal of eye strain. Enter Project Iris, the system that will not only be raising awareness of this everyday issue, but will also highlight some features of the Asus brand that I'm sure some of you out there was not aware of. As this system is an AIO, it will contain the monitor built inside the chassis. This project is really exciting and I am honoured again to be working with Asus SA and Cooler Master SA! Being Sphinx Mods, we aspire to be the first in many regards, and push the boundaries for gorgeous mods that provide a true emotion and meaning behind them. With that being said, I will also be unveiling a new type of water piping, which would require one to be even MORE accurate when making runs to the various pieces of hardware throughout the build.
  8. I bought my seidon 240P about a week or 2 ago but from the day i got it the pump (im guessing) has been making this like humming sound it will do it and then stop the noise and then start again, my cpu is running about 36*c but i don't know why its making this sound and can't find anything about it or how to fix it, and i don't know if i should take it back and get a new or something. Or if i need to change how it is installed but the pipes are too short to fit to the front of my case http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=669
  9. Hello. Not too long ago my gpu "shorted" or broke and i am now trying to find the cause. After sending it in to the dealer i bought it at, they presume that there is some kind of liquid resedue on the back of the card, and are telling me that the warranty does not cover liquid-damage(which is fine i suppose). The issue is that i dont know where this liquid originates from. So the only possible suspect right now is my CM Nepton 280L, i believe its called. I have not been able to spot any visible liquid spillage in my case or on other components, but after taking the cooler out of my case i hear that there is quite a bit of air in the loop. Is this normal, or is my gpu-killer the liquid cooler? Also, are there any ways to test for leakage with the cooler outside of my computer?