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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to htrinh123 in Need help from a mod   
    Hi,
     
    I've tried creating 3 different RMA requests using the following
     
    2 at http://my.ttesports.com/index.aspx- been over a week now 
    and 1 at http://my.thermaltake.com/index.aspx- been over 24 hours
     
    none of which has been responded to.
     
     
    Doesnt anyone here have any clue on where else I can reach out or what the expected turnaround times are?  This is regarding a tt esports poiseidon keyboard.  
     
    Thanks.
     
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to Zik in Some Help and Info   
    greetings i have a keyboard Challenger pro i wonder if Thermaltake is selling caps for this keyboard cos The Enter cap is broken and i cant afford a new keyboard and mine still in a good shape but the problem is the Enter Cap :/ i saw other caps like metalcaps for sale but they dont fit in this one
    Tahts the model of my keyboard P/N:KB-CHP001U 
     
     
     
     
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to Sokonomi in RGB LED watercooling fitting plugs?   
    Hey guys, I spotted some really cool plugs you can screw into 90' bends to illuminate tubing at computex 2016, and I was wondering where you can get em.
    They dont seem to be on the Tt product page yet, so im guessing they were prototypes or something?
     
    Heres a video of em: https://youtu.be/0zUKPMwepuI?t=222
     
    That's literally all I could find about these cool RGB plugs.
    If they somehow happen to be Asus Aura compatible, I will freaking lose it.
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to markymark in New Build Advice?   
    Hey guys, I'm currently looking to build a  PC that will be ready for the first 4K 144Hz monitor set to come out next year.
     
    I have about $1,500 to spend and I'm assuming I need a GTX 1080 to push a 4K 144Hz monitor (maybe two in the future?)
     
    I was looking at the builds on this page:
     
    https://elitegamingcomputers.com/top-gaming-computers/
     
    Was thinking the $1,500 build looked spot on to what I needed (with some adjustments on case choice and other components), but wanted to get as many other opinions as possible before committing to it. So, what do you guys think? Is it too early to tell what kind of GPU will be able to push a 4K 144Hz monitor?
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to Rdtcmtts in Riing RGB 120 fans   
    Hello folks , first time using this forum and i have a question. but first my build.
     
    Core P5
    Asus -Z170-AR
    6700k
    32 gig viper DDR4
    850 SS drive
    Gigabyte GTX 1070 vid
    TR2 RX 850 PS
    360 plus 120 Rad cooled
     
    for know im just cooling the cpu with both rads.
     
    i have a question on the rotation of the Riing 12 fans, are they clockwise or counter clockwise.
    if clockwise that would mean that they are pulling air thru the rad correct.
     
    i cannot seem to find the direction arrows that you normally see on fans.
     
    thanks.........Robert
     
     
     
     
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to Tt Andy in Thermaltake DPS G App2.0 Smart Software   
    Thermaltake DPS G App2.0 Smart Software
     
    As an enhancement of the previous DPS App, DPS G App 2.0 enables users of Toughpower DPS G PSUs to digitally monitor key parameters of the CPU and VGA, including voltage, current, wattage, and temperature. Also, new function as exporting data into excel report provides another smart solution for PSU monitoring.

    Other than operating the App on your PC, for the coming days, users will be able to download the application on your mobile devices to check and share the data anytime anywhere. The combination of Toughpower DPS G and DPS G App 2.0 software creates an intelligent platform that helps users manage expenses, monitor and organize a quantitative database, and share data with friends via the cloud.
     
    <Webpage Link>
     

     
    Concept of IoT
    On the basis of the IoT (Internet of Things) concept, users can achieve IT cost reduction while monitoring the PSU. Additionally, users are capable of accessing data as well as doing PSU management on different devices – PC or mobile devices – anytime anywhere.
     

     
    Other Features
     

     
    VGA Monitoring
    The DPS G App 2.0 enables users to monitor CPU and VGA parameters even when the system is being used. There is no need to close applications, web browser, and other software.
     

     
    CPU Monitoring
    As an enhancement of the previous DPS App, DPS G App 2.0 enables users of systems with Toughpower DPS G PSUs to digitally monitor key parameters of the CPU and VGA, including voltage, current, wattage, and temperature.
     

     
    Power Consumption Monitoring
    The DPS G App2.0 software enables you to digitally calculate your computer’s electricity costs by monitoring the wattage of the power supply using innovative technology.
     

     
    Efficiency Monitoring
    The DPS G App2.0 software enables you to digitally calculate your computer’s electricity costs by monitoring the efficiency of the power supply using innovative technology.
     

     
    Voltage Monitoring
    The DPS G App2.0 software enables you to digitally calculate your computer’s electricity costs by monitoring the voltage of the power supply using innovative technology.
     

     
    Digital Fan Control
    The DPS G App2.0 software allows users to monitor and adjust the fan speed of the computer’s power supply in either silent or performance mode.
     

     
    Thermal Monitoring
    Users are able to monitor the temperature of Toughpower DPS G PSUs while using the computer.
     

     
    Ampere Monitoring
    Users are able to monitor the ampere of Toughpower DPS G PSUs while using the computer.
     

     
    12V 5V 3.3V Monitoring
    Users are capable of monitoring the 12V, 5V, and 3.3V while using the computer with DPS G App2.0 software.
     

     
    Expenses Management
    The smart software digitally calculates the electricity cost. This can be helpful in expense control/analysis and as a management tool for personal businesses or SMBs.
     

     
    Export records to Excel report
    As an enhancement of the previous DPS App, Smart DPS G App2.0 software for Toughpower DPS G power supply enables users to select the records and export the report as Excel file.
     

     
    Quantitative Data Management
    Users can organize and save the record of personal usage pattern in detail for future review or analysis; each saved record can record up to six hours of usage. Plus there is no limit on the number of PSUs being monitored at any one time.
     

     
    Sharing in the Cloud
    With no connecting boundaries, the App2.0 also offers users an easy way to share the power usage results with colleagues through social network applications such as Facebook, Twitter, and Weibo, or by sending reports via e-mail. 
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to zhOMpiRAz in MyRevenge e.V. - Europe   
    Hello everyone,
    A lot of thanks for to our new sponsor Tt eSports, thanks for trusting us for represent your brand.
    Thanks
     
    myR - zhOMpiRAz
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to al2016 in Blacx Duet - User Access Denied   
    Hi,
    Newbie and tech rookie here...I've had a hard time finding instructions for getting user access to my old files. I took the hard drive out of the old desk top and inserted it into the blacx duet. I'm able to click on various folders but can't access the documents. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
     
    Old Dell desktop ran on Windows Vista.
    Thanks!

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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to ethan in Versa U21 has a design error?   
    Hello everyone...
    A week ago I purchased Versa U21 chassis because I love it and I got the offer.
    All well and good, but I found a hole in the front, down between the two legs, where air can enter between the filter and fan .... Meaning it can easily enter the dust too.
    Now I ask: is normal to be so or something is missing?
    If that were so designed what can I put there to fill the holes and stop the dust to get into chassis?
    Thank you.
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    Rodgerkayaf reacted to macst34 in TT RGB fans - current lineup - model numbers - notes   
    Hi All,
     
    I've been thinking of picking up some RGB fans for my watercooling setup. Before I buy something, I always do my homework. Previously, I was thinking of getting NZXT AER RGB's,  They are also about 30$ a pop, but their RGB light ring would be facing the rad(and defeat the purpose of RGB) if I did push-pull.
     
    I happened on TT's Riing line, but their product line is confusing and all over the place. So I dove in and tried to make sense of the situation. Please feel free to correct me if I have any details incorrect.
     
    Here is a summary of my findings so far. There are three lines of RGB fans: Riing RGB(12cm/14cm), Ring Premium RGB (12cm/14cm)  and Ring Plus Premium RGB (12cm only). All are advertised as high static pressure and suitable for radiator use. The software for the Riing Premium and Riing Plus seems to suck pretty badly compared to other vendors.
     
    Note: Do not beleive Tt's pictures of the Riing RGB and Riing Premium RGB fan pictures. These fans CANNOT show more than one color on a fan at one time!! This feature is only available on the Riing Plus.
     
    macst34
     
    Riing RGB:
    - Central Light guide which shows leds from both sides of the fan (as opposed to AER)
    - Individual Leds are NOT addressable, so one fan can only show one color for all LEDs at one time.
    - fans use proprietary 5 pin connector to hub 
    - Simple 3 button controller hub (3 fans per hub) ; can daisy chain controller hubs.
     
    Riing RGB premium
    - Central Light guide
    - Individual Leds are NOT addressable, so one fan can only show one color for all LEDs at one time.
    - fans use proprietary 5 pin connector to hub; Fan motor seems to be the same as Ring RGB fans
    - USB controller hub / no buttons software control only (3 fans per hub) ; can daisy chain controller hubs.
    - uses "Ring RGB Tt Premium Edition" software, current version 2.1.2 - *seems the software hub and fan fin profile are the major differences compared to the Riing RGB line.   Riing Plus RGB premium
    - Central Light guide
    - Individual Leds are addressable, the fan can show different colors LEDs at same time on a single fan.
    - proprietary 9 pin connector to hub
    - USB controller (different from Riing RGB premium)
    - uses "Ring Plus RGB Tt Premium Edition" software,  current version 1.0.2
    - no 14cm size.
     
    Specifications:
    Riing RGB**  ------ (size) / (SKU)* / (fan model number) / (max pressure) / (max airflow) / (# fins) 12cm / CL-F042-PL12SW / A1225L12S / 2.01 mm-H2O / 40.60 CFM / 26.4 dB / 7 fins 14cm / CL-F043-PL14SW / A1425L12S / 1.58 mm-H2O / 51.15 CFM / 28.1 dB / 7 fins ------   Riing RGB Premium*** ------ 12cm / CL-F049-PL12SW / A1225L12S / 1.11 mm-H2O / 48.79 CFM / 24.8 dB / 11 fins 14cm / CL-F051-PL14SW / A1425L12S / 1.38 mm-H2O / 73.91 CFM / 29.4 dB / 11 fins ------   Riing plus RGB Premium**** ------ 12cm / CL-F053-PL12SW / A1225S12S / 1.54 mm-H2O / 48.34 CFM / 24.7 dB / 9 fins 14cm / unreleased? ------ *SKUs with -A include hub. SKU-B do not include a hub.     references: **http://www.thermaltake.com/microsite/Riing12RGB/spec.html **http://www.thermaltake.com/microsite/Riing14RGB/spec.html ***http://www.thermaltake.com/MICROSITE/Riing12RGBRadiatorFanTTPremiumEdition/spec.html ***http://www.thermaltake.com/MICROSITE/Riing14RGBRadiatorFanTTPremiumEdition/spec.html ****http://www.thermaltake.com/Case_Fan/Case_Fan_/Riing/C_00003016/Riing_Plus_12_RGB_Radiator_Fan_TT_Premium_Edition_3_Fan_Pack_/Specification.htm
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