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post #5911 of 12480
Hi everyone!! I just got my Storm Trooper today and ripped apart my old rig and threw everything inside. I picked up a Switch 810 for a water cooling build but decided to put all my $$$ into sli gtx 700 series once they drop this year. So I sold my Switch and picked up the Trooper and so far so good. I really like the sturdy handle for transportation.






I tried to keep it as clean as possilbe upfront and went with a hdd, ssd stealth approach for fun. I did my best with the rear cabling but that darn psu is such a pain.

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post #5912 of 12480
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Originally Posted by stepek View Post

i have a tech level question, for me my case is perfect, i love it, however like all tech, it has just a single flaw in it, the molex connector for the control panel, i have had a quick push through the thread to see if there is a guide or a how to change this from a molex to a sata connector to get it in line with the rest of my build, but as yet, not seen anything,

I know that the molex runs a 5V live and the sata runs a 3.3v live, has anyone successfully switched it over.

I hate that i have to run a molex string in the case just for this front panel.

if there is a link, or info, or just s simple, yes it works, splice the cable and press on a new sata adapter, i would appreciate a confirmation.

laterdays
step

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/power-supply-specifications-atx-reference,3061-11.html

sata has 12v and 5v and to my knowledge no longer uses 3.3v ( could be wrong, but dont think i am) either way yes you can easily mod it out . the diagram above shows which wires to use if you dont have a multimeter

Edit i am wrong. but most hd manufactures just convert the 5v to 3.3 inside of units because of molex to sata.
Edited by Mega Man - 1/15/13 at 7:54pm
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post #5913 of 12480
Hello everyone. I'm a brand spankin new member with a new trooper case. There really are some amazing builds here. Gives me some good inspiration.

anyway, here's my case in assembly. I'm mostly done and just testing the new radiator configuration for leaks. My setup is getting pretty dated but it's been pretty good to me. It's an i5-750 on an Asus p7p55d board at 4.2ghz cooled by an xspc rasa 240mm kit. GPU is a stock clocked evga 560 ti 448.







Overall, I'm pretty impressed with the case so far. Should give me the breathing room I was lacking in my old cooler master 690. I have a couple small quality control gripes about it but nothing big enough to send it back for an exchange.
post #5914 of 12480
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/power-supply-specifications-atx-reference,3061-11.html

sata has 12v and 5v and to my knowledge no longer uses 3.3v ( could be wrong, but dont think i am) either way yes you can easily mod it out . the diagram above shows which wires to use if you dont have a multimeter

Edit i am wrong. but most hd manufactures just convert the 5v to 3.3 inside of units because of molex to sata.

cheers for the heads up dude, but it turns out i am a utter tool at times, i seem to be having a very bad couple of weeks (not good for someone who works as 2nd and 3rd line support for a software house!)

i realised that to power the x-dock in the case front i will need a molex connector anyway, so i might as well run the single line molex connector from my psu and power both the top panel and x-dock for back up purposes, and not worry about this until i do a massive rewire of my case later on when i get some colour coded cables and change out the look again.

unless there is an easy way to update the x-dock unit to run via a sata power supply, but i guess not. What have the CMST guru's done here?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by stepek View Post

cheers for the heads up dude, but it turns out i am a utter tool at times, i seem to be having a very bad couple of weeks (not good for someone who works as 2nd and 3rd line support for a software house!)

i realised that to power the x-dock in the case front i will need a molex connector anyway, so i might as well run the single line molex connector from my psu and power both the top panel and x-dock for back up purposes, and not worry about this until i do a massive rewire of my case later on when i get some colour coded cables and change out the look again.

unless there is an easy way to update the x-dock unit to run via a sata power supply, but i guess not. What have the CMST guru's done here?

Did you need something like this?

http://www.computeralliance.com.au/sata-power-15-pin-input-to-molex-4-pin-output-adapter-%5Bsata-pw2ma%5D
post #5916 of 12480
Quote:
Originally Posted by stepek View Post

cheers for the heads up dude, but it turns out i am a utter tool at times, i seem to be having a very bad couple of weeks (not good for someone who works as 2nd and 3rd line support for a software house!)

i realised that to power the x-dock in the case front i will need a molex connector anyway, so i might as well run the single line molex connector from my psu and power both the top panel and x-dock for back up purposes, and not worry about this until i do a massive rewire of my case later on when i get some colour coded cables and change out the look again.

unless there is an easy way to update the x-dock unit to run via a sata power supply, but i guess not. What have the CMST guru's done here?

You could buy a sata female to male power cable and mod the x-dock that way. I removed it and used the sata component cable (both sata power and data) from the Corsair Obsidian 650D.
Mostly because I have an older (5.25") hard drive.
LL
X-dock Mk2
post #5917 of 12480
Quote:
Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

You could buy a sata female to male power cable and mod the x-dock that way. I removed it and used the sata component cable (both sata power and data) from the Corsair Obsidian 650D.
Mostly because I have an older (5.25") hard drive. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
LL
X-dock Mk2

See, now i really like that idea, its stream lined and sexy, and i like that it allows me not to need a dvd drive mounted in the case, its a nice idea that i might have to steal.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Whiteshadow2569 View Post

Did you need something like this?

http://www.computeralliance.com.au/sata-power-15-pin-input-to-molex-4-pin-output-adapter-%5Bsata-pw2ma%5D

Yeah, i thought about these, and they are the preferred option i think, it means less work, and less stress than having to worry about blowing a component if the cable fails.

my new dominator memory arrived in the post today, so now i will be able to get some pics up tonight of my vanilla base build.
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post #5918 of 12480
Hello from Spain,

This is my first post and this is my new machine:

PSU: NZXT 650W HALE90 80+ Gold
HDD Barracuda 7200.14 2TB SATA3
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
Box: CM Storm Stryker con Ventana
RAM: G.Skill F3-14900CL9Q-16GBZL RipjawsZ
Optical: Asus DRW-24B5ST/BLK/G/AS Retail SATA Negro
Card reader: CoolBox CR-600 lector tarjetas + DNIe
MB: ASUS MAXIMUS V FORMULA
CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K 3.4GHz 22nm
Cooler: CORSAIR Hydro series H100I
Graphic card: MSI N670GTX Power Edition 2GD5/OC
Screen: Acer D241H 24"





post #5919 of 12480
Somebody help me pls.Where i can buy EL Backlight - cuttable white in usa. I need it to mod logo light. But i don't know where to buy it?
post #5920 of 12480
Quote:
Originally Posted by pabloyz View Post

Hello from Spain,

This is my first post and this is my new machine:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
PSU: NZXT 650W HALE90 80+ Gold
HDD Barracuda 7200.14 2TB SATA3
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB
Box: CM Storm Stryker con Ventana
RAM: G.Skill F3-14900CL9Q-16GBZL RipjawsZ
Optical: Asus DRW-24B5ST/BLK/G/AS Retail SATA Negro
Card reader: CoolBox CR-600 lector tarjetas + DNIe
MB: ASUS MAXIMUS V FORMULA
CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K 3.4GHz 22nm
Cooler: CORSAIR Hydro series H100I
Graphic card: MSI N670GTX Power Edition 2GD5/OC
Screen: Acer D241H 24"

http://img96.imageshack.us/i/74323487629691281029106.jpg
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http://img571.imageshack.us/i/60308948762965461436612.jpg
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http://img4.imageshack.us/i/imag0270v.jpg

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PS: either put the image link directly in the post or upload them here cause they way too small

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Edited by SortOfGrim - 1/16/13 at 10:53am
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