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    NEONMAKER LIGHTING MIX INVITATIONAL SEASON 2 VOTING HAS STARTED!! VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE VIDEO EFFECT to win a set of Riing Quad 12 fans, View 51 chassis, Floe DX RGB 240 [Thailand] Pakawat Chaiboonma [Greece] George Antonopoulos [Australia] Ethan Cooper [Philippines] Jesse Palacio [UK] Alex Banks Hey All, Voting Event has now been extended till August 31st! Remember to vote if you haven’t yet!!
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    Maki Role

    [UK] Alex Banks

    Woah woah what's this?? An update?? My apologies to everybody, it seems that the Pandemic workload got the better of me and I simply wasn't able to give the proper time required to do a good job, that and I only managed to source a motherboard/CPU/GPU at the end of last week. However, it's better late than never, so in the same spirit as Jesse I'll be uploading themes as I'm able to, despite not being able to get all 15 up for the deadline. With that said, got to have some proper fun with them eh? Now how's about we get some lights up? Will attach the profile in a mo once I've taken it off the rig.
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    Thank you, new update 1.3.8 should fix the issue.
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    TT CPM

    Error Code: H_0x0001 :(

    Hi, The led strip is designed in a series, so there are two way to connect it, 1. connect the three led strips into one and plug to port 1 2. connect each led strips to port 3 on each side.
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    TT James

    Level 20 XT

    Hello Sir unfortunately, Level 20 XT is no longer available in Canada. But it's still available in other country, like USA. if you have any further concern, feel free to PM me at anytime. James
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    Besterino

    Core P8 TG (User Review)

    Okay, here goes. Spoiler alert: first post and a brief review of a case I really like. I've been a proud owner of the Core P7 TG for some time and when I saw the P8 it addressed my major concern regarding the Core P7: the P7 has no possibility to have fans blow over PCIe-Cards and RAM if you do not want to install the "wings" just for this purpose. Since I do employ a number of PCIe-Cards, the Core P8 was a "must try" as soon as it became available. As you may have guessed already, I will be comparing the P8 to the P7 quite a lot. Interestingly, the packing is almost exactly the same size, but where you had to assemble the P7 yourself (at least the feet and the window-mounting) the P8 comes fully pre-assembled. The P8 is also a bit larger. The baseplate is basically exactly the same as with the P7 (albeit a bit larger and I will come to one nuissance later). As you can see in the attached pics, the hardware is still in the P7. As you can see in the following pics, the P8 is even larger than the P7 (hardware still installed in the P7): As you can see here, I had two 140mm fans fumbled in also in the P7: Tiny but welcome detail: the screws to secure the back do not have to be removed completely - don't know the technical term but they remain with the metal backplate without falling out and the backplate is no longer slid sideways for removal but just pulled off straight. Definitely more convenient than with the P7. Unfortunatly, quality control missed an ugly scratch, probably from a screwdriver when the case was assembled? Ah well, it's at the back and I won't see it, so I don't care too much. But still... meh. What I do like is the mounting bracket for the front window: with the P7 you had to grip & balance the window with one hand while turning in the first two screws with the other. With the P8 you just insert the window and have both hands free to work. Noice, me likey. The interior is really alsmost the same as with the P7, except for the radiator/fan mounting as well as glas side panels obviously. I do like the included mounting plate for watercooling pumps and/or reservoirs: I can confirm that a stand for the Watercool Heatkiller Tube will also fit perfectly (sorry Thermaltake, no need to buy yours ;))! Turning to the "dark side", I really do like the changes made here: the drive cages... or rather plates... now fit two 2,5" drives compared to just one with the P7. However, we lost the possibility to mount 3.5" drives without screws as we could with the P7. I also appreciate that the drive locations have been moved from "behind the motherboard" to the lower area. Now we do not have to disassemble all three drive-cages as well as the underlying mounting plate for cable management. In fact, all cables can be installed without missing a beat. Good job! There is just one "BUT". Why did you place the motherboard so far inwards? You can't even properly reach the screws to attach the slot... errr... dunno how to call it: slotplate? in its normal position. I had to remove the slot braces and get to the screws "from the inside". Also, attaching cables both in PCIe-cards as well in the IO-field of the motherboard is a real pain if the rear is not freely accessible at the case's final position (as was the case with me, unfortunately). I broke approx. 3 fingers and cursed numerous times while trying to attach USB, network and all the other stuff. There is plenty of room to move the mainboard further to the back and maybe even fit the IO-shield. As it is now, I don't understand why you only made room for a 120mm fan there - the space you spared did not really make a difference when trying to plug something into the motherboard there. So, unless I am missing something, why not move the board location further back? By the way, if you did this, an EATX mainboard would also not block most of the cable holes to the right... (again cursed quite a bit when I installed a ASUS Prime X399 EATX in my P7 some time ago). Finally, another suggestion if anyone from Thermaltake is reading this: even though the case screams "internal watercooling!" - why not provide for two holes to properly route water cooling tubing out of the case? For examble, you could put in a larger hole at the bottom - as it is, a 16/10mm tube fits easily between the stand and the case. There may be others like me who just love their external monster radiators while still loving what the P8 has to offer! As it is, the tubes are currently dangling somewhere behind the PSU and that just doesn't fit with the overall awesomeness the P8 brings to the table. The final pic shows the current build (pulled from a P7) - it's pure quiet functionality, I hate RGB (but like those shiney build of others - it's just not for me). For those of you who want to know, here are the specs: Threadripper 3960X with WaterCool Heatkiller IV Pro for TR Copper Nickel, ASRock TRX40 Taichi, 64GB Crucial Ballistix MAX 4000@3600/16/17/16/34, 2080Ti FE with WaterCool Heatkiller IV for RTX 2080Ti Acryl, USB3 addon card, Mellanox ConnectX-4 Dual 100Gbit NIC, 1TB Samsung PM961, 4x2TB ADATA SX8200Pro on Asus HyperX (Raid0), Seasonic Prime Ultra 1300 Platinum, Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 Pro, Aquacomputer Flow Sensor "high flow USB", 4x Noctua Chromax 140, 1x Noctua Chromax 120. (Not on the pictures: 2x WaterCool Mora3 420, WaterCool D5 Vario pump, WaterCool Heatkiller Tube 200 for D5,) Yeah, besides becoming somewhat of a Thermaltake-case-fanboi, one might say I'm a WaterCool fanboi for all things "water cooling". So, thank you Thermaltake for the P8. I love it and the "buts" as well as the suggestions are just my thoughts on how you might still improve on what is already a really great case. Oh, and I paid for it myself. Just in case (pun intended).
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    Hi, We just received reply from Razer, they found the same issue this week, they plan to release an update as soon as this month.
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    Goodluck everyone 👍
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    Thank you, the reason is when we contact Razer to check the issue, they will ask us the same thing. We will contact Razer soon see what they changed in last update, will keep you posted.
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    My vote goes to the one and only George Antonopoulos :)
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    They are all awesome.
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    Tt CCH

    [Greece] George Antonopoulos

    Modder Profile:https://lightmix.thermaltake.com/2020s2/player4.html
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    I vote for George Antonopoulos !!!!! otherwise known as Dr. Loop! go Team George!!!! <3
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    Tough decision indeed, all contestant doing their very good job! Personally i vote for (Greece) George Antonopoulos, totally i'm impressed by his work, NeonMaker Lighting and his music, rhytm totally got me.... i feel it sparkling lighting in my brain and body just wanna dance lol... GOOD VIBE and representation by George. Also Good Luck to all contestant
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    Zendorea

    Level 20 Series

    I found my solution There is a USB C Type Key A on sale on Amazon that is a direct replacement for what is soldered in place on the front IO Board. All you need to do is: 1) De-Solder the Bar holding the old USB C in place 2) Slide out the old USB C slotted in place in the PCB (Don't Force it) 3) Slide in your replacement (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0828XGHHZ) 4) Solder Back in Place with the Preexisting Bar you removed (DON'T LOSE IT) I hope this helps someone!
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    Zendorea

    Level 20 Series

    Any plans to release a bolt on update to the LeveL 20 XT to upgrade the USB-C to a Gen 2 connector? Also, If you can cram more USB 2.0 connectors on there so we don't have USB2.0 Motherboard headers going to waste. I would buy in a heart beat!
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    Just want to share my modding quest. Heres my build no.6 at Thermaltake Core P5 Casing. And hope to learn and build more LCS in the future.. And im proud to be a Thermaltake Fan!
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