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  1. According to Corsair, it will fit a 360mm on the top. As for performance, these are the same manufacturer as all the others, the only difference is the badge and fans. As for it being enough, I'm not sure, all CPU's are different, it all depends on what the voltage you would need to hit 5.0Ghz. If you want to connect it to the motherboard, you would need to check if it has a pump header, it's better to use a connector on your motherboard, as you will have PWM functionality, but it will quite happily run straight off the PSU too. Finally, I can't comment on Thermaltakes supplied thermal paste, but for around $5, you can't go far wrong with MX4.
  2. I've broken one, but luckily, I have plenty of spares. But yeah, I agree, they don't line up at all. It's very annoying and I have to tilt the case to fit it without the glass dropping. Even with that, I still find the case aesthetics very pleasing... almost. I've sticker bombed the front to hide how poo it looked. I've just purchased some CF wrap which I'm going to apply, which will make it slightly prettier. But I may visit a local fabricator and get a metal replacement. Which personally, I feel it should have always been. This case is far from cheap, and I chose this over the Phantecs Evolve and the NZXT S340 Elite. I think it was a mistake, but the selling point was a sneak peak of the show (can't remember what it was called now), showing the case with the pro RGB fans, just to find you don't get them with the case.
  3. I've been building for years too, and I find what I see now with Thermaltake is rather disappointing. More so, their support. I have messaged them for months (around 1 a month since February not including my pleas on the forums), and how many replies did I get? Not a single one? Is this really acceptable? Not really, and have decided to purchase the rest of my products from different manufacturers.
  4. Firstly, very nice setup, but yeah, I love my AMD setup, I do far more than just gaming, I stream and video edit a lot for my kids, so needed the cores. And that RAM looks lush, so jealous! What cover is that on yours? You will have to let me know about the temp mod, I like the sound of that and would like to see how that would be done.
  5. It's semi-built... until Vega is out anyway, I have all the watercooling stuff ready and mostly installed. I have added a pic, with the side off as the glass causes too much glare on my phone camera. EDIT: And ignore the poo AM3 cooler (just what I had lying around from many moons ago and didn't want to buy another one in the short-term), that will all change when I can fit my watercooling setup.
  6. I really want the PSU shroud, is there any news about getting it in the UK, please?
  7. There is plenty of room, my measurements were taken incorrectly (I had my 280 rad there originally), but I do have a 360mm rad in mine atm.... how much bigger is the pump and res?
  8. I'm trying to sync my 140's with my 120's and they refuse to cycle at the same speeds, is there any way to fix this?
  9. I wish I did too, but, what I saw in the videos at CEX this year, they showed the newer fans, not the old ones?! Grrrr thermaltake!
  10. Indeed, it's a very well built case, then they decide to not put a dust cover on the front, and put some poo plastic. And no PSU shroud is doing my head in!
  11. http://my.thermaltake.com/ctGeneral.aspx
  12. http://www.thermaltake.com/chassis.aspx As for the fans, nope, intake and exhaust fans are the same thing, so all good with whichever fans you choose.
  13. Nobody from Thermaltake seems to use these forums, which is a shame, maybe contact their support. I asked a question a month ago, and still no reply. I will try and help if I can, but as I don't have the case, some questions I just can't answer. 1. Judging from the pictures, the chassis doesn't have any rubber grommets, which is a real pity. Can at least the rubber grommets be ordered separately ? How ? Apparently the View 28 chassis needs 6 rubber grommets from 2 different sizes : 4 identical + 2 identical. They do have addons for cases on their store here, as long as you live in the US anyway. 2. Does the chassis include a GPU riser, and if not, can it be ordered separately ? How ? Can't answer that one, sorry. However, looking at the case, it's similar to the View 31 (ish) and that came with the riser... but to make you aware, you would need to buy the riser cable separately as they are quite expensive. 3. There's a Riing version of the chassis. But will there be a Riing PLUS version ? Riing Plus fans are just around the corner too ! Probably not, they would need to be a separate purchase. 4. Right now there seems to be only one type of Riing Plus fan (the Radiator fan). Will there be other types ? SP (static pressure) fans will work just fine as Air Flow fans. 5. The chassis seems to be already available from a number of sellers. Maybe you should start listing it on your website too ? Just sayin' ! ;p Not sure what's going on with Tt atm, but their website doesn't seem to be well maintained, or active.
  14. It will fit a 360mm triple rad, I have one in mine, your worry is it clearing the RAM as that is quite a large unit. EDIT: From the top of the case, it's 45mm to the top motherboard mounting.... you will also have approximately 30mm ram clearance, so providing your RAM is around that, you will be fine.
  15. I had mine imported from Germany, which doesn't help most, but if you're in the EU, there are a few sites that sell it.