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nobody replying back im getting worried its only 3:30 in uk
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

nobody replying back im getting worried its only 3:30 in uk

Please remember that is is US holiday today 4th Of July!.  They may not get back to you until tomorrow

post #2543 of 6042
ohh but i also emailed Europe customer services who not have any holidays should they? by the way happy 4th of July
Edited by PurE GaminG - 7/4/12 at 7:54am
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Originally Posted by gponcho View Post

Please remember that is is US holiday today 4th Of July!.  They may not get back to you until tomorrow


thank for the reply
post #2545 of 6042
I live in Europe, Romania, and I have contacted Cooler Master Support in the Netherlands. Thankfully, they will replace my fan controller too, I'm waiting for the tracking number.
But they didn't say anything about a gift, lol. I feel lucky that they even offered to give me a replacement , a gift would be overkill.
post #2546 of 6042
Couple thoughts on this replacement fan controller as i've just installed it. First the PCB was not properly secured on mine. All 4 screws were about half-tightened so the PCB was free to move around.

My initial thoughts upon seeing all this was wondering how much it cost Coolermaster to produce/package/ship, etc. All the hardware/wires/etc seem quite substantial. I wonder how much of a hit they took on this. Going from colored wires to all black wires is a bummer though.

Unfortunately I seem to have this "fan noise" with at least two of my fans. With the old controller I always ran everything on high, since I knew there were issues, so I never really knew what this noise was. Now with the new controller if I put two of my fans on anything but high they make a very strange ticking noise. It's immediate and you can't possibly miss it... put them over to high and there is no noise. Oh well
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I received the new fan controller as well and found that my 200mm fan at the front was making a Ticking noise as well as it would stop working on low and medium settings.  I went out a purchased another 200mm fan and the same issue. I am use the Bitfenix Sprectre Pro fan.  The 120mm fans I have are working fine.  I also tried switching the connection using a hard drive fan connector instead of the front fan connector and still the same issue.

post #2548 of 6042
has time goes on and all the feedback they get hopefully they would revise another new fan controller.
post #2549 of 6042
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

has time goes on and all the feedback they get hopefully they would revise another new fan controller.

that seems extremely unlikely to me. can you imagine two years from now and you've gone through 6 different versions of the top cover. i don't think so.

they had a shot to get it right and i think they got it "close enough". really though they should get out of the fan controller business and just focus on cases. leave lots of extra wiring options and space for the user to install their own fan controller... what is that old saying jack of all trades but master of none ....
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lol at least they tried bring something new to the table, some consumers haven't had any problems with new fan controller,

main issue were has i can tell with the old fan controller


- fan ticking on other manufacture fans.- low and medium
- light flicking on other manufacturing led fans.
- works on the stock fan

new fan controller reports

- led a bit brighter and dimmer on some consumers cases
- works on some other manufacture fans no ticking or less then before
- led flicking seem to be resolved for most consumers
- ticking on own stock fans
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