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post #21 of 121
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Just question, did you have front fan LED lit on or off?
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1.5TB Samsung F3 1xLG CD Writer; 1xPioneer DVD Writer Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Philips 20'' WS 
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post #22 of 121
Haven't had any problems yet, with led on but I have only connected the 2 front usb2.0 slots and removed the firewire/esata/usb3 cables.
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post #23 of 121
Thread Starter 
Well, you should have also firewire cable attached to experience problems since firewire pins are just below LED on/off wire which is, in my case, damaged.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1.5TB Samsung F3 1xLG CD Writer; 1xPioneer DVD Writer Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Philips 20'' WS 
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post #24 of 121
I know, your pics where very helpful and I +reped you.
I ll keep an eye open if I'm ever going to connect the firewire cable.
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post #25 of 121
If you are in the states, you can file for a part request on that top panel guys:

http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/partrequest.php

We are currently looking into this, i will/have forwarded to this proper product managers for review.

Appreciate the feedback .
post #26 of 121
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I am from Europe, Croatia and it seems that I cannot do nothing except buy new board and fix wires by myself. Shame, shame and shame... I am really pissed... CM Europe support does not answer on my report about HAF X with error... SHAME!!!
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1.5TB Samsung F3 1xLG CD Writer; 1xPioneer DVD Writer Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Philips 20'' WS 
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i5 760 Asus P7P55D-E Pro Gigabyte GTX460 OC 8GB DDR3 G.Skill Ripjaws 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1.5TB Samsung F3 1xLG CD Writer; 1xPioneer DVD Writer Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Philips 20'' WS 
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post #27 of 121
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Originally Posted by Stile35 View Post
I am from Europe, Croatia and it seems that I cannot do nothing except buy new board and fix wires by myself. Shame, shame and shame... I am really pissed... CM Europe support does not answer on my report about HAF X with error... SHAME!!!
Give them a little bit of time. It's my understanding they are trying to answer as many emails as possible.
post #28 of 121
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Originally Posted by Stile35 View Post
Just question, did you have front fan LED lit on or off?
My led lights were off. +1 rep t you as well
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post #29 of 121
I'll also check the front led wires and see if there are any issues
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post #30 of 121
Finished installing my new setup into my Half X Case, after 3 or 4 restarts I noticed that the LED fan was on when the computer was shut down, I have USB power to the front when the computer is stitched off. On investigation I noticed that the sharp soldered connection leading off the PSB around the USB headers has stabbed through the Insulation in the LED light red wire that comes from the switch, this caused the short that enabled the LED to light up. I have since bent the connections from the switch and further insulated the PSB with foam. I so far have not experienced any problems with my system and I feel that I may have been luckily to avoid any damage to the motherboard. I feel that this is a definite design flaw and would like to think that cooler master will make good the situation with people that have had similar problems that have not been so lucky.
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