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  1. eidairaman1

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    just a quick note, was there any reason on the TT V9 Black X series case couldn't have the hot swap docks paced in the front of the case instead of ontop making the top 5.25 bay useless?
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    The BlacX dock does not seat a drive deep into it and therefore if mounted off of the front it could have an issue where drive can easily be knocked out or possibly damage the front panel if it is hit with a drive inserted accidentally.
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    No ideas, then?
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    AthlonX2 HyperVtX™

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    I could use a nice big thermaltake sticker,banner or logo for my setup
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  5. eidairaman1

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    well i would revise the case n make the top portion taller so it doesnt make one slot useless or put a locking mech in the docking area
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    Well ThermalTake Could provide me with a nice shiney case to replace my NZXT case so my TT PSU fits properly, then i shall remain a Loyal customer forever :D
    You wont regret it :)


    another thing does the Challenger KB have illuminated keys?
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    No. If you upgrade to the Challenger Pro and above they do.
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  8. Tt Enthusiasts

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    That issue I have been messing with the chassis we have in the office and over the weekend a little. The issue is that the V shaped applique is plastic and does not have an adjustable mount and therefor cannot be tightened to eliminate a rattle or vibration.

    Which pump are you using? and have you tried a rubber type mount or gel mount to eliminate vibration?
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    I am using a D5 Vario mounted in a XSPC bay reservoir.
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    I wish I could just send product like chassis and the like to everyone that wanted one because everyone would love me for sure but I cant do that.

    as for the challenger, the challenger pro and ultimate both have backlighting for the keys. The ultimate allows for changing of the color as well.
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    yeah thats gonna be a bit tough to eliminate vibration from that. would it be possible to try rubber orings on the mounting holes for the bay res... may need to adhere them to the reservoir before installation.
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    I am using a D5 Vario mounted in a XSPC bay reservoir.

    I suppose I could simply remove the appliques, or even remove the door.

    However, I would prefer to maintain the chassis in its intended configuration.

    While I really like the chassis overall, it is small things like this that I not expect to happen with a chassis that had a MSRP of $300US.
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    any chance of that delux kandalf ?
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    What do you mean by Deluxe?
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    see post 2390329 it would be droolsome:)

    originals top grille is wasted on a 90 fan ,a 120 rad would be better(or brackets) but then the psu would need to be moved to the bottom see me rig i have an armour lcs 240's rad in the front but id have loved another 240 in the roof

    i fully missed that sorry
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    you just made post #218 :confused:
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  18. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    I can look into these improvements but im not sure if that model will be making a comeback.

    but you never know nothing is impossible :D
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    Please remember guys this is not just about chassis, we have multiple lines, take a look at them and if there is something we dont offer or a feature one of our products does not have that you feel would be beneficial to you please let us know..

    Here are our basic lineup as of now:

    Thermaltake:
    Chassis
    Power Supply
    Cooler
    Fans
    Storage accessories/Docking stations
    hot swap multi drive bay mounts (Max Series)

    then we have our gaming peripherals

    Tt eSPORTS:

    Keyboards
    Mice
    Headsets
    Lan Bag
    Mouse Pads

    So please feel free to look over our complete line and let us know any of the above what you would like to see different or what you feel would work better for you so we can look into it and see what we can improve.

    thanks guys
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    Please use the multi-quote button or edit your posts instead of posting three times in a row. Thanks :toast:
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    Sorry about that :-/
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    I have a suggestion for you, the quick release pci bracket on the Armor + breaks all the time. Or rather the little "wedges" it's made up of break all the time. Why not come up with a new bracket compatible with the Armor+, that doesn't have all those easy to break "wedges".
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    Those were the first things I removed from my Armor and my Xaser.

    Just get rid of them and use screws, or do like do and not use anything if it is a card you might me removing somewhat frequently.

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