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Discussion in 'Cooler Master' started by Cooler Master Support, May 18, 2011.

  1. Nelson Blue Hauzel

    Nelson Blue Hauzel New Member

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    hello it seems coolermaster section dnt get regular updates
     
  2. Xcrash

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    hello Gert welcome to board.........specially welcome my hero CM:cool:
     
  3. Sagar R. Agrawal

    Sagar R. Agrawal New Member

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    WOW! Great news... i love Cooler Master & you too Eteknix...
     
  4. Leo Bien Durana

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    when will the JetFlo fans be released and are they good for watercooling rads? Btw hearing very good things about the V series psu's. Looking forward to getting one when im ready to upgrade.
     
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    i always prefer CM
     
  8. Dennis B

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    Hey I just love CM, I have a Cm haf x and a Silencio 550 :) They are really well made and nice :)
     
  9. Chemosh

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    I'm using 1 Jetflo fan and it's distinctly audible(at 1000 rpm or lower) when i have 5 other brand fans running more than 1000 rpm."Jetflo" name does justice on this fan. It can compete against a jet engine.
     
  10. shadowshideall

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    Its my favourite case company :)
     
  11. grumpydaddy

    grumpydaddy Forum Mod

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    Time to pose a question in here....

    Sitting in the cupboard for a few years now (because I hate to throw stuff away) I have a couple of CM PSU's They are both UCP's ...a 900w and an 1100w

    I will take a punt and say they didn't like running at 90% 24/7, so they each bit the dust in a little over a year

    So Gert, or anyone from Cooler Master for that matter, my question to you is this: Do you think it is reasonable to replace the big ol' thermistor thingy (if so with what) and expect these to run again, or, is there likely to be further damage when these let go...???
     
  12. AlPhoenix87

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    It's my favourite case company))))))))
     
  13. Socras

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    Cooler Master Rapid-i made my 70cm desk more enjoyable!!
     

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