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Wow. You've had 3 cases already... It's nice to see the US swimming in these things while the rest of the world is gnawing on their knuckles waiting...pathetic.

I lucked out ordering 2 different times on Newegg............both delivered damaged! finally getting one @ Microcenter.............
I know the wait sucks, but trust me it's worth the wait..........hang in there thumb.gif

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Diesel70 - how did you get ahold of him? I ones him here and sent an email with no luck.

Wholeeo- I have mine as exhaust sides are intake front intake and top exhaust and back exhaust.

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For size reference that's dual 27 monitors.

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Diesel70 - how did you get ahold of him? I ones him here and sent an email with no luck.

Wholeeo- I have mine as exhaust sides are intake front intake and top exhaust and back exhaust.

DSC_0003_zps70605719.jpg
For size reference that's dual 27 monitors.

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I pm'd him and let him know.........

How are the temps.....im doing same way h110 on top exhaust push pull another 140 on top exhaust 3 side intake front intake and rear exhaust smile.gif
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I pm'd him and let him know.........

How are the temps.....im doing same way h110 on top exhaust push pull another 140 on top exhaust 3 side intake front intake and rear exhaust smile.gif

Funny I finally got an email back from them saying my RMA got approved!!

My temps are awesome. Ive got the GPU in its own loop with the ut60 tripple and it stays at 22 Celsius, ive got the CPU, NB, SB on its own loop with the quad ut60 and it too stays around 22 celsius under high load it only jumps up to about 26 ish which is not bad at all.
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I have been very busy playing with my big, beautiful 900D - chortling all the while lol! I just wanted to take a short break to thank Corsair, and in particular George and his people for a magnificent job! You guys have essentially brought a Caselabs level case down to a price range for those of us on something of a budget. This is an impressive accomplishment! I know there have been quality control issues, as there are with any new product (especially a new product that is so ambitious). But George and his team have obviously been doing everything humanly possible to rectify these issues. I got my 900D from Amazon in perfect condition, with all of the screws etc. present BTW. I have been having a ball trying out different configurations and imagining/planning additional components. The case was absolutely worth the wait, and has an amazing array of elegant touches which I appreciate more and more every time I "go under the hood".

Since you guys are so good at actually listening to your customers, and implementing changes based upon our feedback, I just thought I'd suggest that you have someone very good write up a clear, succinct instruction manual. I have been a maniacal PC builder/modder/hacker for almost 20 years, and yet I really could have used an easy to follow, picture or graphic filled booklet explaining the various latches, buttons, radiator mounts etc. on the case. It would have been nice to see a picture plus a paragraph on removing the slats on the bottom in order to open it up for the fans to draw in air, for example. Or a clear explanation of how to remove the top cover. I was able to figure it out without any problems, but I can see someone trying to force things and breaking the latch because it isn't immediately apparent that the cover needs to slide left to right. The lack of such an instructions manual is by no means a deal breaker. But it would have saved me some time, and aggravation. One can get explanations from the online community, but obviously this is nothing like an ideal substitute for a manual.

That said, I feel terrific about my purchase of the 900D! If not for all of your hard work to produce this case, I probably would have spent close to $1,000 on a CaseLabs case. Either that, or I would have just gone with yet another in a long line of far less interesting, far less capable cases that would have required major modding and still could never have offered the options I now have.Thank you again for a great product. Indeed, thank you for deciding to take a big risk by trying to produce such an elite case at this price point!

Sincerely,
John Lavette
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I have been very busy playing with my big, beautiful 900D - chortling all the while lol! I just wanted to take a short break to thank Corsair, and in particular George and his people for a magnificent job! You guys have essentially brought a Caselabs level case down to a price range for those of us on something of a budget. This is an impressive accomplishment! I know there have been quality control issues, as there are with any new product (especially a new product that is so ambitious). But George and his team have obviously been doing everything humanly possible to rectify these issues. I got my 900D from Amazon in perfect condition, with all of the screws etc. present BTW. I have been having a ball trying out different configurations and imagining/planning additional components. The case was absolutely worth the wait, and has an amazing array of elegant touches which I appreciate more and more every time I "go under the hood".

Since you guys are so good at actually listening to your customers, and implementing changes based upon our feedback, I just thought I'd suggest that you have someone very good write up a clear, succinct instruction manual. I have been a maniacal PC builder/modder/hacker for almost 20 years, and yet I really could have used an easy to follow, picture or graphic filled booklet explaining the various latches, buttons, radiator mounts etc. on the case. It would have been nice to see a picture plus a paragraph on removing the slats on the bottom in order to open it up for the fans to draw in air, for example. Or a clear explanation of how to remove the top cover. I was able to figure it out without any problems, but I can see someone trying to force things and breaking the latch because it isn't immediately apparent that the cover needs to slide left to right. The lack of such an instructions manual is by no means a deal breaker. But it would have saved me some time, and aggravation. One can get explanations from the online community, but obviously this is nothing like an ideal substitute for a manual.

That said, I feel terrific about my purchase of the 900D! If not for all of your hard work to produce this case, I probably would have spent close to $1,000 on a CaseLabs case. Either that, or I would have just gone with yet another in a long line of far less interesting, far less capable cases that would have required major modding and still could never have offered the options I now have.Thank you again for a great product. Indeed, thank you for deciding to take a big risk by trying to produce such an elite case at this price point!

Sincerely,
John Lavette

Everything was well said, thumb.gif

To think I almost pulled the trigger on a Case Labs but was hesitant due to how I felt about having to build a case that I'd have paid over $600 for. rolleyes.gif

The manual like you said could have been a lot better. I was struggling to figure out how to take the top panel off, wheee.gif Also loved the coincidence of the included rear 140mm fan being grey which matches my GT-15's on my top rad perfectly, biggrin.gif
post #5097 of 5815
Thanks wholeeo! Its funny, but I have also enjoyed a number of little coincidental benefits with the 900D. For instance, my EK Watercooling parts all seem as if they were designed for the 900D. They just... fit, you know? It is my first custom Loop, and I couldn't have asked for a smoother initiation.
post #5098 of 5815
I will say that when I first unboxed the beast, I spent about fifteen minutes swearing and cursing Corsair and Amazon up, down and backwards lol! I could not tell that there was a thin film on the window, and I thought that there were a whole mess of cracks! A manual would have nixed this problem too, BTW biggrin.gif
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I'd like to ask a question, and I apologize if this has been covered. My searching has come up empty, and the threads are too monstrous to read through...

I see a lot of pics of 900D builds with the bottom PSU compartment housing the 4 120mm fans on the same side as the window. Am I missing something obvious? Because on my case it seems as though the 4 Fan bracket on the bottom is on the side without the window. Is it a simple procedure to switch sides with the bracket, or did i just get unlucky? Or is it actually setup to allow fans on both sides and I am just losing my eyesight? I'd be grateful for any help with this, thanks!

John
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I'd like to ask a question, and I apologize if this has been covered. My searching has come up empty, and the threads are too monstrous to read through...

I see a lot of pics of 900D builds with the bottom PSU compartment housing the 4 120mm fans on the same side as the window. Am I missing something obvious? Because on my case it seems as though the 4 Fan bracket on the bottom is on the side without the window. Is it a simple procedure to switch sides with the bracket, or did i just get unlucky? Or is it actually setup to allow fans on both sides and I am just losing my eyesight? I'd be grateful for any help with this, thanks!

John

Give it a second look. You'll notice that Corsair actually provides extra brackets which are screwed down on that exact side within the case. I removed them and couldn't figure out how to screw them back in place so to a drawer they go.
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