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  1. Tt Enthusiasts

    Tt Enthusiasts Thermaltake Rep

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    contact us if there is an issue we will help you out. the case has a warranty and that includes the parts on the case ;)

    as for the fan side we are presently working on strengthening our fan offerings outside of what is included in the chassis but available separately as well.
     
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    Follow up question now.

    Is there any way i could get a replacement for the pins for the V1? One of mine broke. It actually does very well cooling with 3 pins attached, but id rather have the 4th.
     
  3. Tt Enthusiasts

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    you need the 4th, otherwise it will not cool as well.

    shoot me a PM and I will get it taken care of for you. :D
     
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    Agreed. Still does well and its a snug fit against the CPU. PM inbound!
     
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    Yea i guess they should of, but id say there cases are out of warranty by now as they just put up with the fans slowly dieing.

    I was just surprised that a $250 case would have such poor fans is all?
     
  6. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yup i know the stressors of acrylic however the Tt seemed like they had more reports than like dangerden and such. i run acetal maze4 but you can't get ahold of those very well anymore. it gets expensive getting 4 matching waterblocks and the Tt store is cheap for these...any suggestions from you for not cracking these?
     
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    Pressure...... dont overtighten fittings and also with acrylic be careful with pressure on the fittings/hoses as well. anotherwords dont have a hose pressing sideways on the block which could have a tearing affect almost like trying to tear the top of the block off of the copper base by the fittings/hoses. but most common failure I have seen with any acrylic block/top is overtightening.... it DOESNT like that at all.
     
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    They shouldnt fail that quick at all... definitely not what I would consider normal.

    unless its maybe an excessively dusty environment inside the case as many know fans will die fast if dirty... it just eats the motor up :shadedshu
     
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    thats what i figured loose but tight lol.
     
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    thats about right lol.... alot of people crank down when its not necessary.... o-ring is there on most fittings to seal so it doesnt have to be cranked down super tight.
     
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    Yea indeed, they shouldn't of, and if only 1 case had failures then it might be bad luck, but 2 cases that are almost the same had all the fans (bar one) die or dieing within 6months to a yr.

    Both cases where on the ground so it would of got alot more dirt then a case on a table, but ive seen lot of others on the ground before and fans have never failed.

    Maybe both got bad luck? lol
     
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    quite unlikely lol... I appreciate your optimism though.

    which chassis?

    btw next time call us ;)
     
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    The cases where a Saprano FX and by memory the other was a Armour? or something like that, same case just little different at the front.

    Will do :toast:
     
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    Thank you for the feedback guys, I would like to give you guys some cool prizes for being so cool to us here... please post up what kinda competition you would like to have in the following thread...

    Thermaltake Competition for Techpowerup
     
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    + 1 and 3 wire fans all round as ive added the soddin wire to all 5 fans and can now control em but i shouldnt have had to get the iron out for that:ohwell:

    an improved version might do well with a bottom mount psu pulling from the bottom and rad mounts on the top grille with filters all round hell id buy one again

    none of which would be dear but what a case thatd make
     
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    make a case like the silverstone tj07 but less expensive and 10pci-e slots, and lost of room for cable management xd

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    i'm still running a ThermalTake tooughpower 700W cable management for over 3 years now, cables start to get choppy (the sata power cables), but still a solid psu if you ask me, also i have a ThermalTake armor black full tower , and i love it
     
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    What do you mean the cable gets choppy?
     
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    i meant this
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    I have a Full Tower Armor Gen1 with the 250mm fan.
    For what I need it's awsome and I may never replace it.
    It's seen all the parts inside (except the PSU and the case fans) replace a couple of time.

    The PSU is a ToughPower Modular 750W. It's rock solid.
    Some people say they are noisy, but I run my 4870x2 at 100% fan all the time so I wouldn't know. lol

    Okay, TT_Enthusiasts, there is some sunshine blowing for the TT products I own (which is honest).
    If my PSU dies tomorrow I'm charging you advertising fees to get a new one. :laugh:
     
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    lol thx :D
     
  22. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    i rather like my TR2 RX 850w as well and i think in most of the threads you posted yours being good i posted mine :p great units mines an old CWT and has seen many many different hardware configs. the largest being quad GPU, quad core@>4.5ghz on DICE and pulling probably close to rated specs under 3d load :toast: didn't even sweat. That same config killed a pair of 650w PSU's being run in tandom :laugh:
     
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    i've bought it 16 may 2008, it's pretty old now, but still going strong
    i love TT psu's
     
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    Can you please pm me your email address.
     
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    I know there is nothing Thermaltake can do about this, but I wanted to mention it;

    The "V" shaped appliques on the front door often rattle with the vibration of my water pump, unless I get the door just right...

    Also, the grilles on the side panels sometimes rattle as well.

    Just sayin'...
     

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