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  1. I bought the Core P5 case and the riser cable was not working. I emailed Tt and they responded via email within three days asking for documentation that I actually purchased the case. Sent it to them. Within 7 days of the first email I now have a new cable. The day prior to it coming in the mail I received a phone call where they told me to expect it the next day. I actually haven't tested the new cable yet as I just got it today and I have been busy but I have to give Tt an A+ for customer support. Im astounded that they got me a new cable this quickly. When they called they just asked that I
  2. You download the software from Thermaltake. Should have been in the instructions.
  3. WOW. It turned green?? #### Im staying away from thermaltake coolant.
  4. Late reply. How did it all work out for you? I think your res size depends on what you are cooling and how hard you are oc. I personally think it better to save a little longer and buy the parts separately. But if you want to strictly stay with just thermaltake I would probably go with the set. The rads are aluminum so make sure you get compatible parts with everything in the future if you expand.
  5. The screw threads are G1/4 with both the Thermaltake Soft tube compression fittings as well as the rigid tube compression fitting. Almost everyone that I see uses the G1/4 threading. I think you might be confusing the OD/ID for soft tubing/OD rigid tubing sizes with the fitting thread size. The thread is G1/4. You need to make sure you get the correct OD/ID for your soft tubing or Correct OD for your rigid tubing compression fitting if you go that way. Also if you want to switch to rigid tubing you just have to buy new (different) compression fittings matching the same OD of
  6. What do you mean the brackets dont line up? You dont mount the thing to your motherboard. I have a Asus z370e motherboard and when I was using the Ring everything was fine. RGB to RGB, USB to USB, Power to Power and radiator to case. Are you talking about the water block to CPU? They give you two sets. One plate for Intel/AMD. Im missing something with your question.
  7. Re seat and re apply thermal paste. Settings?
  8. You can do a push pull. As above you do need some more screws. As far as the second controller the premium eddition fans you can connect to the controller you have now and control all six fans through the software. That is provided the software works for you. I havent seen the case so cant comment on that. I would do some measuring before hand though. The AIO has the dry thermal paste pre-applied to the block. I removed it and used my own paste. I highly recommend the same.
  9. So are the cases that are being sold now with the riser cable all with the newer working cables? Were all the old cases with the troublesome cables recalled? Would be good to know before someone buys a case and getting one of the bad cables. Not having to worry about sending off emails.
  10. I noticed the same thing. And agree with you. Now if you have three 2.5 inch drives behind the radiator - then the airflow is restricted. If you take your drives out the pushed air will go out the back where the holes are. But yea the filter.. I read on some forums that people who are air cooling the CPU are wondering about how to put the Ring fans on. Thermaltake answer was just to screw them on where the radiator is for looks and if they had components (HDD, etc) it can help keep them cool. And they should buy the AIO. LOL Of note the older RING 12 fans are not compatible w
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