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Hello I've recently purchased a thermaltake challenger prime RGB keyboard and mouse combo and I'm very dissapointed with it. It has a problem with the spacebar key, I use my left thumb to press it when typing and most of the times it seems that the space bar registers two keystrokes at once resulting in two spaces between words in the sentences. You can notice this even in this text I'm typing and it's very annoying. I returned the keyboard to the computer shop where I bought it thinking there was something wrong with it and they gave me a brand new one. However the new keyboard has this exact same issue.Ugh. It's a shame really because if it wasn't for that it would be an excellent keyboard. I'd like to ask if there's a way to set up a sofware on Windows 10 that will prevent registering two keystrokes from the space bar at once? I'm thinking of something that will allow me to set up a delay before repeating a character when you keep a key pressed down, but that only applies to a specific key, in this case the spacebar. I don't want to set this delay for every key, only for the spacebar. Doessuch thing exist? thanks
I purchased and installed a "Thermaltake Pacific RL120 Water Cooling Kit" in my computer, and it worked perfectly fine for past 6 months. Just few days ago though, my computer overheated and turned itself off. I realized that there was air in the pipes that may have caused water to not pump properly and therefore the overheating the system. I filled more liquid to get rid of air, and in the process found out that one of the pipe was loose. I drained the water loop and redid the entire loop (this time everything is perfectly fit). Now, when I turn on the power the water won't pump back up to the CPU. I left it running on only for few minutes but the water won't move at all. Before I go around replacing parts, I wanted to know proper way to troubleshoot such problem. If you guys can give me some suggestions, that will be awesome! I haven't contacted Thermaltake, I believe either I am doing something wrong or the Thermeltake Pacific PR15, because as I understand that is the pump and if that doesn't work, water won't pump up.