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  1. When we can get our hands on AMD4 mounting bracket for Nepton 280L? 20-30days and i will have my new AMD AM4 ZEN k17 x8 build Plese give me some update i have warranty valid for 2019. THX and have a great day CM
  2. Box says am4 yet doesn't fit!

    Ordered a 212 turbo box and instructions are all saying it's am4 compatible yet the mount doesn't fit! Whats everyone's experience with this cooler and ryzen ?
  3. Ryzen Mounting

    Not seeing a former post with this in it, so here goes. According to CM, the Pro 240 is supposed to be natively compatible with AM4 motherboards. I just bought one with my AM4 mobo, and for the life of me, I can NOT mount this thing properly. Did I read the site wrong? Do we need the mounting bracket? And btw, when I went to look into getting one of the mounting brackets, it didn't show the Pro 240 as one that needed it there, either. So, if I'm just wrong here, can someone help me out, and show me exactly how they were able to mount theirs? Mine is currently being held down with zip ties. It IS working, but I have my computer on its side, just to be safe. I really don't want to use zip ties any longer than I have to. Thank you.
  4. Hi! I'm building a PC for the 1st time and I have a question that I have been unable to find an answer for. So, I bought the MasterCase Pro 6 and I've read on the specs about the radiator size limitation for the top, but there's no info other than the 280 support on the front. Would a MasterLiquid Pro 280 fit in the front and would the tubing reach it with no problems? I already removed the drive cages on the front and the design is going to be black with blue lighting (cage and if possible the CPU cooler itself) + the MOBA and RAM. Thanks in advance. If your curious about my build is my list of components for it: - Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 (blue LED version) -> already bought - Asus Crosshair VI Hero - AMD Ryzen 1600X - Thermal Paste ARCTIC MX-4 20G -> already bought - Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 or Noctua NH-D15SE-AM4 (undecided for several reasons. 1 being the question above, the other main one being fear of water cooler leakage) - G.SKILL TRIDENT Z RGB 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4-3200MHZ CL14 - Cooler Master V750 - SSD M.2 2280 SAMSUNG 960 EVO 500GB TLC NVME -> already bought - GPU (UNDECIDED - waiting for AMD Vega information/release for comparison with Nvidia cards. Last component to get) - 2x Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC-3000PWM -> already bought (might buy an extra one for the front should the liquid cooler not fit)
  5. Intel and AMD’s announcements of their next-gen Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors might have some of you wondering whether you’ll be looking at a total overhaul of your cooling and power supplies to accommodate the new chipsets and motherboards. Cooler Master, a leader in design and manufacturing computer components and peripherals, has already prepared for the launch of these CPUs so you can apply your existing CPU coolers and power supplies to the upgraded chips. Power Supply Compatibility Here is a list of Cooler Master’s power supplies currently compatible with next generation processors: MasterWatt Maker Series V Series GM Series New GX Series Air and Liquid Cooling Compatibility Virtually all of Cooler Master’s liquid and air coolers are compatible with Intel Kaby Lake’s LGA 1151 socket. For AMD Ryzen’s AM4 socket, any models lacking native compatibility can be adapted using an upgrade kit. Check the LINK for compatible models, and contact your local retailer or tech support to check for the availability of upgrade kits.