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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post



EDIT: Your link is for the regular case fan verses the one that comes in the front of a 690 II Advanced (the one I linked) has an additional 2 pin/wire connector for the on/off led switch.

60.9 CFM

http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/product_info.php?products_id=592


Okay great thanks... just need to find a way to hook them up to the controller...


Any body looking for Rubber Cable Grommets can take a look at these : http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/product_info.php?cPath=18_25&products_id=622 they are for the HAF X so maybe they will fit in the 690 II Advanced

Edited by Jamar16 - 1/18/12 at 4:40pm
post #16512 of 19729
But the Corsair 800D grommets already fit the 690II?...
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But the Corsair 800D grommets already fit the 690II?...

Yea i think they do... these are sold individually tho.. so if you need a replacement or something.... $1.99 a piece


Also those who want to change their top cover with the USB ports etc to the usb 3.0 version


http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/product_info.php?cPath=18_25&products_id=740


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Edited by Jamar16 - 1/18/12 at 4:50pm
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I'm using Corsair grommets so I can confirm. 1.99/grommet is insanely expensive. The Corsair kit comes with enough to deck out the case twice with some left over.
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So CM is not offering the usb 3.0 panel as a free upgrade to recent customers confused.gif. Just saying biggrin.giftongue.gif

Corsair was nice enough to send me the sata6 and usb3.0 upgrades for my old 800D for free.
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USB3 top panel lacks eSATA. I'm still confused by that. USB3 is already backwards compatible with USB2 so why not drop a USB2 port and recover glorious, glorious eSATA? Hook that up to an Intel SATA3 port and it's a dream with external SSDs in enclosures.

I did that with a 64GB M4 and it's like
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So CM is not offering the usb 3.0 panel as a free upgrade to recent customers confused.gif. Just saying biggrin.giftongue.gif

Corsair was nice enough to send me the sata6 and usb3.0 upgrades for my old 800D for free.


 

One cannot compare CM with Corsair = different leagues as far as customer service/satisfaction starting from the hiarchy.  Though CM does make nice cases it lacks in other aspects IMHO.

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One cannot compare CM with Corsair = different leagues as far as customer service/satisfaction starting from the hiarchy.  Though CM does make nice cases it lacks in other aspects IMHO.

Technically, you can compare them because they are in the same industries (psu, cases, air cooling, etc.). What may set them apart is the level of customer service a person gets. So, they are in the same league, they just have different styles of play and stats if you want to put it that way.

I only have one experience with CM support. I had asked them for a replacement top for my 932. I didn't get a response so I went through chat support and they told me I could buy it. I did and a week after the panel arrive, surprise, surprise, another panel arrived a week afterwards. So, to critique their support on their customer service, its lacking quite a bit. Now Corsair shines like a diamond but sometimes (and this has been recent) you may not get a quick response. Before, turn around was 24 hours but last time I needed their support, it took two weeks and a polite plea to ocn-corsair rep CorsairGeorge to finally get a response. But I do agree with you that Corsair has a better support system and treats their customers a lot better.
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Technically, you can compare them because they are in the same industries (psu, cases, air cooling, etc.). What may set them apart is the level of customer service a person gets. So, they are in the same league, they just have different styles of play and stats if you want to put it that way.
I only have one experience with CM support. I had asked them for a replacement top for my 932. I didn't get a response so I went through chat support and they told me I could buy it. I did and a week after the panel arrive, surprise, surprise, another panel arrived a week afterwards. So, to critique their support on their customer service, its lacking quite a bit. Now Corsair shines like a diamond but sometimes (and this has been recent) you may not get a quick response. Before, turn around was 24 hours but last time I needed their support, it took two weeks and a polite plea to ocn-corsair rep CorsairGeorge to finally get a response. But I do agree with you that Corsair has a better support system and treats their customers a lot better.

That's what happened with my replacement fans... didn't have to buy it though. They sent two fans instead of one biggrin.gif. Not complaining though.
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