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post #3991 of 12420
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Originally Posted by Freedom View Post

Is it possible to remove the BEEP sound from the fancontroler? I'm going nutts over the zzzbiip sound I get at bootup or in the BIOS, I'm thinking its caused by the cases speaker getting into some inteference with something else
I would uninstall the Controller..
then find the speaker inside the Controller
Pour some superglue into the hole of the buzzer....
or take some pliers and physically Break the buzzer inside the unit.

I have this same problem with a Lian Li internal monitoring unit.
I am ready to Burn it in a Brush fire..

Edited by unimatrixzero - 8/1/12 at 11:44am
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OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
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post #3992 of 12420
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Originally Posted by unimatrixzero View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

THE WHEEL SOLUTION
For people who want to make their Trooper/Stryker mobile.
Why you Might Ask?

[*] You might want to mount a radiator in the bottom it must need good air flow in order to work efficiently

[*] You might want to save your back during maintenance

[*] You may have carpet

[*] You may have a Nice dog and/or cat

[*] You might want it to look different

If All or more apply to you, wheels are your solution!
Any caster wheels will do as long as the base plate isn't bigger than 34mm / 1.33" exclamation.gif
This is a 34mm square base plate with four M4 screws holes and it raises the case around 60mm of the ground.
I used flat head M4 screws (11mm in full length) with a bolt to hold it snugly into place.
exclamation.gif Make sure to use flat heads otherwise you might run into problems mounting the radiator or other hardware. exclamation.gif
exclamation.gif Also use the shortest screw you can find and use a bolt. exclamation.gif
Now for some ghetto pix, here's mine:
I didn't mount them on the feet positions as the drill didn't go through the front section (hdd support structure). Drilling the holes on the edges made it a lot easier,
although in some spaces I couldn't drill because of rivets or there was simply not enough space to fit the screw in.

Two 25mm fans easily fit under it as you can see and there's still space left.

Sir, you the boss, sir.

cheers.gif

I was afraid you might not like me changing it up, but it was so much fun.. Thanks for the Comment.
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Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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post #3993 of 12420
Finished installing everything. Ill post pics later, the wiring is a bit rough right now. Everything is running smooth for my first build.
post #3994 of 12420
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Take your time.. do your cable management and then post.. don't be in a hurry..



Do it right ONE TYME.. thumb.gif

Edited by unimatrixzero - 8/1/12 at 4:37pm
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Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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post #3995 of 12420
i got answer from Cooler Master regarding a replacement frontpanel for my Trooper.. I have gotten answer today.. They WILL send me a replacement via some online store trickery.. Now i just need 29 euros(~38 dollars) for it frown.gif Just used all my money for buying hardware for the case frown.gif

Girlfriend got i for me.. She's sick of hearing of my PC build and just wants peace and quiet tongue.gif
Edited by Mor7enMT - 8/2/12 at 1:21am
post #3996 of 12420
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Originally Posted by justinjk View Post

I'll post if/when I get everything situated.

Today the new fan controller arrived (to replace the old one that I had which was broken). Sadly, I made a huge mistake when I took the older one out; I didn't note where the exactly the cables were routed. I couldn't find any info about it in the manual or anything, so I took a guess and tried routing all of the cables next to the X-Dock. I couldn't bring the plastic housing piece down to screw it to the top of the case since the cables were too bunched up. Next I decided to split it up and route the top half of the cables through the slot right near the handle and keep the bottom half going next to the X-Dock. This didn't work either --- once again, the bottom half of the cables seemed too bunched up to let me screw the housing down. Finally, routed all of the cables through the slot in front of the handle --- I still had to use a lot of force to push the housing down to get it screwed in, which makes me kind of weary, but it is in fact working, so I'm happy.

Also, I actually didn't route *all* of the cables through the top --- I unscrewed the two USB 3.0 cords from the plastic housing and slipped them through these two slots that are pretty much directly below where the housing holds them in place. The only problem with this is that they end up right above the topmost DVD drive... Not a big deal, but I'm still completely lost as to how all of the cords were originally routed by CoolerMaster. They are all ziptied together, so I know that they all came from one spot.

I know this might be hard to understand without a visual, but maybe if anyone ever needs to replace theirs, they will understand what I'm talking about.

Anyway... another pic:
vi-hJs7hj.jpg

I won't be taking a pic of the front again until I get rid of the sloppy sd card reader hanging out. I know there is something I can do with the mess of wires sitting at the bottom of the case --- I'll fix that when I get a dedicated graphic card, which will be the next thing I buy. Really looking forward to it because I've never owned a dedicated graphic card, and I bought this case specifically to keep a graphic card cooler than the mid-tower case I had.
post #3997 of 12420
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Originally Posted by justinjk View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Today the new fan controller arrived (to replace the old one that I had which was broken). Sadly, I made a huge mistake when I took the older one out; I didn't note where the exactly the cables were routed. I couldn't find any info about it in the manual or anything, so I took a guess and tried routing all of the cables next to the X-Dock. I couldn't bring the plastic housing piece down to screw it to the top of the case since the cables were too bunched up. Next I decided to split it up and route the top half of the cables through the slot right near the handle and keep the bottom half going next to the X-Dock. This didn't work either --- once again, the bottom half of the cables seemed too bunched up to let me screw the housing down. Finally, routed all of the cables through the slot in front of the handle --- I still had to use a lot of force to push the housing down to get it screwed in, which makes me kind of weary, but it is in fact working, so I'm happy.
Also, I actually didn't route *all* of the cables through the top --- I unscrewed the two USB 3.0 cords from the plastic housing and slipped them through these two slots that are pretty much directly below where the housing holds them in place. The only problem with this is that they end up right above the topmost DVD drive... Not a big deal, but I'm still completely lost as to how all of the cords were originally routed by CoolerMaster. They are all ziptied together, so I know that they all came from one spot.
I know this might be hard to understand without a visual, but maybe if anyone ever needs to replace theirs, they will understand what I'm talking about.
Anyway... another pic:
vi-hJs7hj.jpg
I won't be taking a pic of the front again until I get rid of the sloppy sd card reader hanging out. I know there is something I can do with the mess of wires sitting at the bottom of the case --- I'll fix that when I get a dedicated graphic card, which will be the next thing I buy. Really looking forward to it because I've never owned a dedicated graphic card, and I bought this case specifically to keep a graphic card cooler than the mid-tower case I had.

Recently I've rewired the usb 3.0 cables (why are they so long?) and also the fan wires, both were a pain to route ..but cursing worked biggrin.gif
I'm currently at work (not much to do) so I only have my memory of the routing, so here's my mad ms-paint skillz to show you the cable routes:

Yeah, so you look inside the case and see the x-dock connectors (4-pin molex and sata), two spaces next to it are the routing for all the cables.
Then take a hard left and route them over the tray (still inside the case)



This user is not responsible for any false routing due to memory.
Edited by SortOfGrim - 8/2/12 at 1:59am
post #3998 of 12420
Guys, I'm thinking of replacing my Black Ice 120 rad (the one in the back) with the Phobya G-changer 120 but I'm not sure it will fit
Dimensions L x W x H: 172x125x60mm

My biggest worry is when I do push/pull; will I have enough space with the top Black Ice 240 and the cpu block??
post #3999 of 12420
Just got my Cooler Master 612S CPU cooler today..

Just waiting for CPU, MOBO, PSU, Memory and graphics-card.. Should hopefully been in tomorrow.. Ordered the frontpanel for the case today too! biggrin.gif

Sometime next week i should be getting the window side panel as well.

Any of you guys have any experience with using the CM 612S cooler with the Corsair Vengeance memory? Im thinking clearence issues with the memory's tall heatsink..
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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

Guys, I'm thinking of replacing my Black Ice 120 rad (the one in the back) with the Phobya G-changer 120 but I'm not sure it will fit
Dimensions L x W x H: 172x125x60mm

My biggest worry is when I do push/pull; will I have enough space with the top Black Ice 240 and the cpu block??

You can do anything if you have enough ingenutity and Money... Somebody said it ...

Anyway.. You might have to mount the cooler on the outside of the case with the pusher on the out and the Puller on the inside. That is a pretty Fat Rad.
Section 31
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
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