Discussion in 'NZXT' started by Retell, Aug 11, 2011.
Brandon and satyajit I have replied to your PMs
I've got a NZXT Phantom case, and am looking for a cooler to accompany a CPU upgrade. After a lot of searching google, I figured I'd just ask here - will a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus fit in this case? (No, I don't have a side fan, just wondering if I'll have the clearance to put this monstrosity in here.)
It should fit fine.
It will indeed fit. The clearance is 150mm with a sidepanel fan and 180mm without a sidepanel fan.
just got the NZXT guardian 921 RB. but the CPU temp is showing Er
i think its the sensor at the end causing the problem.
on startup all the sensors are showing 25C, but then they switch to showing actual temperatures.
but the CPU sensor goes to show Er
here is a pic
as you can see i havent attached the sensors to anything yet.
i called the shop i got it from, and they were kinda clueless. they told me to bring the whole case with stuff installed. we dont have a car so its gonna be a real problem to do that. i had to walk with the empty case a long distance when i got it.
discovered a new problem
the front usb ports dont work either
just got it a couple of hours ago. i am sad
the mic doesnt work either...
Hey, DDD, I'm pm'ing you about your issue right now.
I'm also having trouble with the front temp display on my NZXT Guardian 921 case. They all read "Er" upon start up. I don't know what's wrong.
i am still waiting for my replacement.
Not wholly impressed with the front USB ports on my NZXT Phantom 410 red compared to the CM Storm Sniper I moved from, they are literally flush with the case which is asthetically nice however with my tower under my desk I mormally just reach under to plug in USB peripherals which can sometimes be a major pain with this case having to feel around for the ports.
Also on the same note, my mouse (Cyborg RAT 3) no longer keeps the previous DPI settings stored when I reboot and I have to always change it when I start my rig, it's plugged into the front USB port and I didn't have this issue with the Sniper also.
Not a lot can probably done regarding these issues/niggles though thought I would leave the feedback nonetheless. Aside from this I quite like the rest of the features of the case.
ps i got my replacement a year ago in case anyone is wondering..(i think i pmed someone about it)
BTW, is there a way to detatch the front foam filter from my pc? its awfully hard to clean and gets dirty in a couple of days . i rather not have it there.
All that crap that sticks to it in a couple of days will end up in your case, I'd rather clean the foam than having to clean my rig out once a week.
cleaning the foam requires me to take the the front panel off completely. which means i have to disconnect front usb, temp sensors, and a ton of other stuff.
plus the other intakes are not covered anyways, so doesnt really matter.
Nzxt Hades Fan Controllers
First I just wanted to say a Love my NZXT cases. I have a Hades and a Hush. I really love everything about NZXT, but I have encountered 2 small problems, although I got around one of them. The main thing is my left fan controller knob. It is always on full power, when lower the speed of the fans they do go down as long as I have a bit of pressure pushed down on the knob, as soon as I let go it goes back up to full power. is there any way to resolve this issue? P.S. I love my cases!!!!!!!!
Without knowing the specifics of your case, I'd say that's almost certainly a defective potentiometer. I've seen it before where one might short out (which in the case of a fan controller, would cause it to run full blast) I'd contact NZXT and see about getting a replacement. You can wait for the NZXT rep here to reply or contact them through their homepage at NZXT.com.
This company has the worst support of any company i have ever dealt with, i have been emailing, filing a support ticket and calling them, no one will pick up or get back to me, wtf??? I hope people stay away from garbage companies like this.
Gar, please PM your problem.
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