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I just did some tests again, the rear outputs form the ASUS mobo work fine.
This is what I found: The front jacks are flawless with mic and headphone transmissions UNTIL I start a game. Not depending on the fan speed at all that I can set manually with the front controller.

So. Still no idea what is causing this exactly. It has to be a voltage thing, right? I am in a bit of a dilemma here, because my mobo is filled up with the speaker setup and I was relying on the front jacks for my headphones..

Pm me your address and the color of the case,so I can replace the audio panel for you.
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Well team,

It's been fun. I upgraded to a Thermaltake P5 for a 480 rad watercooling build
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Well team,

It's been fun. I upgraded to a Thermaltake P5 for a 480 rad watercooling build


Nothing wrong with a 480 rad in a Phantom watercooling build . . . .

Having both the P5 and Phantom, I'm not sure it's much of an upgrade . . . . . . Just a different platform.


Darlene


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nice... just wanted to go with a different route. I have not built a new computer for myself since 2011. The P5 inspired me to jump into watercooling.
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nice... just wanted to go with a different route. I have not built a new computer for myself since 2011. The P5 inspired me to jump into watercooling.

It is a pretty easy platform to work from for a basic build. thumb.gif
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Anyone looking to sell their original phantom for cheap? Messed up on my build, didn't allow for the top fans, and now I need the back panel and Motherboard panel to finish mine

oh no! surely someone can help you out. If I still had my Phantom id help you out but I no longer have it. Good luck.
Thanks for the reply, I imagine I'll have to remake the back panel from scratch to fix my problem, shouldn't be too difficult with a welder
    
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Anyone looking to sell their original phantom for cheap? Messed up on my build, didn't allow for the top fans, and now I need the back panel and Motherboard panel to finish mine

oh no! surely someone can help you out. If I still had my Phantom id help you out but I no longer have it. Good luck.
Thanks for the reply, I imagine I'll have to remake the back panel from scratch to fix my problem, shouldn't be too difficult with a welder


Did you try a Want To Buy posting in the OCN marketplace?
post #15148 of 15204
Not really cause realistically, I couldnt afford to buy a whole one, and I doubt anyone wants to sell just pieces
    
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Thanks for the reply, I imagine I'll have to remake the back panel from scratch to fix my problem, shouldn't be too difficult with a welder

Yeah it shouldn't be too difficult providing tools.

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Did you try a Want To Buy posting in the OCN marketplace?

good idea! maybe @xD3aDPooLx could help him out, possibly,maybe has an old Phantom kicking around?
post #15150 of 15204
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Yeah it shouldn't be too difficult providing tools.
good idea! maybe @xD3aDPooLx could help him out, possibly,maybe has an old Phantom kicking around?

I may have a few here and there
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