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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (929)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #23931 of 28613
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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post



That's "the old bypass trick" with this problem but one never knows with "shorts" from an I/O panel to a mobo.
 

do you by any chance know how to remove the I/O panel so I can replicate it if CM decides not to send me a replacement and i'll have to buy it for $6 + shipping.

i don't want to wait any longer because i have my fears that this will ruin my whole system.


 

Sorry honestly I don't know as I never had this case but someone else here who has this case hopefully will respond.

 

It can't be difficult though IMO.

 

Living in NYC can be challenging and difficult though like it is for me right on the other side of the hudson. biggrin.gif

post #23932 of 28613
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Sorry honestly I don't know as I never had this case but someone else here who has this case hopefully will respond.

It can't be difficult though IMO.

Living in NYC can be challenging and difficult though like it is for me right on the other side of the hudson. biggrin.gif

looks like it was posted before
http://www.overclock.net/t/525009/official-the-coolermaster-storm-scout-club/16400#post_11788521

haha yeah i have to go to NJ more often. been living in the city for years!
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post #23933 of 28613
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Sorry honestly I don't know as I never had this case but someone else here who has this case hopefully will respond.

It can't be difficult though IMO.

Living in NYC can be challenging and difficult though like it is for me right on the other side of the hudson. biggrin.gif

looks like it was posted before
http://www.overclock.net/t/525009/official-the-coolermaster-storm-scout-club/16400#post_11788521

haha yeah i have to go to NJ more often. been living in the city for years!


 

Just looked at the link - it doesn't seem difficult to me.

 

Like anything, being patient and taking ones time doing something like the panel removal.

 

I wish you well and hope that the part comes to you fast - I would definitely babysit them if you order the part or even if you are to get CM to get it to you for free as the rest of their company (other than the Customer and Technical Support depts.) are known to drag their feet sometimes for weeks.

post #23934 of 28613
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Just looked at the link - it doesn't seem difficult to me.

Like anything, being patient and taking ones time doing something like the panel removal.

I wish you well and hope that the part comes to you fast - I would definitely babysit them if you order the part or even if you are to get CM to get it to you for free as the rest of their company (other than the Customer and Technical Support depts.) are known to drag their feet sometimes for weeks.

yeah i will def take my time removing the panel. i have just placed my order (decided not to wait til monday and ask csr if ill get it for free or not).

so if i dont plug in any usbs (mic and headphone port still works) i should be fine for the time being.

ill have to wait until my Christmas break before i start on this.

Thanks for the help on everything.. really appreciate it.
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post #23935 of 28613
What i would do is turn the computer off. take the plastic io shield off and the right retaining screw may be missing or not fully tightened. Do that and throw some wire tape on the back, it should take care of the issue and save you some cash.

When i pulled my computer apart and did all the painting I put some wiretape on the back of the IO shield just as a precaution!
post #23936 of 28613
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What i would do is turn the computer off. take the plastic io shield off and the right retaining screw may be missing or not fully tightened. Do that and throw some wire tape on the back, it should take care of the issue and save you some cash.
When i pulled my computer apart and did all the painting I put some wiretape on the back of the IO shield just as a precaution!

thanks for the tip. will make note of that.
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post #23937 of 28613
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Originally Posted by yuugotserved View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post




Just looked at the link - it doesn't seem difficult to me.

Like anything, being patient and taking ones time doing something like the panel removal.

I wish you well and hope that the part comes to you fast - I would definitely babysit them if you order the part or even if you are to get CM to get it to you for free as the rest of their company (other than the Customer and Technical Support depts.) are known to drag their feet sometimes for weeks.

yeah i will def take my time removing the panel. i have just placed my order (decided not to wait til monday and ask csr if ill get it for free or not).

so if i dont plug in any usbs (mic and headphone port still works) i should be fine for the time being.

ill have to wait until my Christmas break before i start on this.

Thanks for the help on everything.. really appreciate it.

While you are at it, I'd really cut the mesh out on the top fans, it really helps a lot. Remember the top panel is two part, the handle cover and the handle. Take it easy on the handle cover as it can break in the center part if you are not careful.
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post #23938 of 28613

A build from our face book pages..

 

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build by...  Otis Fatz

 


Edited by unimatrixzero - 11/27/11 at 2:27pm
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post #23939 of 28613
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That tubing is way over the top, but it fits the build so well.
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post #23940 of 28613
What's up all im Otis Fatz this is one of my builds there is a work log on this site. check it out
Edited by ReckNball - 11/27/11 at 4:03pm
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