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  1. Greeting to all Smart Pro RGB owners: Welcome to the Smart Pro RGB Bronze Owners Club. Once again you have made the right decision...and we thank you for that. Smart Pro RGB Bronze series is our first fully modular bronze power supply alone with the best features and most affordable price ever. Welcome to share your builts and ask questions here, we are looking forward to see all amazing works around the world.
  2. Welcome to my Project logs of 'Pocket Rocket' What's the deal ? For this project, i'll be transforming a brand new 50cc mini quad bike into a full gaming/show system. I'll be removing the engine and replacing it with the motherboard and GPU's I'll then replace the exhaust system with reservoirs and tubing. There's still some stuff to figure out, but very soon i'll get the quad and figure out all that. Special thanks to my wonderful partners ASUS Republic Of Gamers UK Thermaltake technology inc. TeamGroup Global Cablemod Specs Intel core i7 7800X ASUS ROG Sytrix X299-XE gaming ASUS ROG Strix 1080 OC ASUS ROG Strix 1080 OC TeamGroup T-Froce Delta RGB 16GB DDR4 Cablemod Custom cables (Pro Kit with aluminium Combs) Cablemod RGB/W Lighting Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition Toughpower Grand RGB 850W Gold Fully Modular 2x Pacific T22 Reservoir's Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump w/ Silent Kit 2x Pacific V-GTX 10 Series Transparent (ASUS ROG) Pacific W4 Plus CPU Water Block Pacific M-Pro G1/4 PETG 12mm Fittings - Black Pacific G1/4 PETG Tube 90-Degree - Black Pacific G1/4 PETG Tube 45-Degree - Black Pacific G1/4 Pressure Equalizer Stop Plug w/ O-Ring - Black Pacific G1/4 Female to Male 20mm Extender – Black Pacific G1/4 Y Adapter – Black Pacific Drain Valve – Black Pacific G1/4 Stop Plug w/ O-Ring – Black Pacific G1/4 Male to Male 10mm Extender – Black x3 V-Tubler PETG Tube 12mm OD 10mm ID 500mm 4 Pack Thermaltake Pacific Hard Tube Bending Kit for ID 10mm x OD 12mm Hard Tube Thermaltake C1000 Opaque Coolant Black Thermaltake Pacific RL360 Radiator Photo's! So... Here's some photo's of the quad, it's due for delivery on monday, excited to start. So the quad measures at 1 meter long, 60cm wide and 60cm tall. (Tons of space!) One of the first things i'll be doing is removing the panels from the quad and spraying the underside of them, hate seeing that white. ASUS ROG UK Delivery. First up: Strix X299-XE Gaming motherboard Strix 1080 OC edition graphics cards ASUS ROG HB SLi bridge TeamGroup Global T-Force Delta RGB kits Will update more as the final parts arrive, this is to be hopefully completed BEFORE EGX!! Insane time frame, but i must try Thanks for looking. Craig.
  3. The Tower 100 Mini Chassis Are You READY? I said...ARE YOU READY? Please welcome the first ever vertical mini tower chassis for Thermaltake-The Tower 100 series The Tower 100 mini chassis https://www.thermaltake.com/the-tower-100-mini-chassis.html The Tower 100 Snow mini chassis https://www.thermaltake.com/the-tower-100-snow-mini-chassis.html Let's get a closer look for this gorgeous, pocket sized The Tower 100 mini chassis. -The tower 100 comes with USB 3.2 (GEN 2) Type-C*1 & USB 3.0 *2 -Easy to remove slide-out design side panels -Mini ITX form factor chassis BUT can support ATX power supply -Pocket sized chassis but support HIGH END GPU up to 330mm -Well design ventilation on the side for GPU. DON'T WORRY about the airflow for the GPU. -Pre-installed TWO 120mm standard fans for outstanding thermal performance (one on top and one at rear) - Support TWO 2.5" SSD at the side and TWO 2.5" SSD or 3.5" HDD at rear (without the rear fan) -Support 120mm AIO on top Now, let us know what y'all think about this cute little guy?  Are you interesting to have one for you game room? well, personally, i have already built one for my room feel free to leave your comments, questions or advice about The Tower 100. we are more than welcome to answer all your questions about this awesome mini tower chassis.
  4. In the build before my last build, I decided to go BIG. It was a few years back, and I was planning on putting dual GPU's, three RAID arrays, three PCIe extension/expansion cards, and at least a dozen disk drives, into my build. So, I did a quick search and decided to go with a full-tower case called "Throne", and what ended up happening was that the case, after alterations (and removing problems), is essentially empty. I had bought a huge case, expecting to need the space, but the end result was a chassis that was so under-utilized it had an echo. With my next build, (in other words, the build I am using nowadays) I thought back on my experience with a full tower chassis. I realized the need for better planning, more detailed thought on what to do and how. I bought the Lian Li Mesh II Performance... and at first, I was very impressed. But once I started working through the build, problem after problem arose. My mobo's VRM prevented my planned installation of a 280mm radiator on the top of the chassis, so I went down in size to a 240mm radiator, which fit without hitting the VRM. But then the 240mm radiator ended up being too thick... when the fans were mounted on the radiator, the fans were touching my RAM DIMMs. My mobo's rear I/O assembly was quite bulky, which became a problem when I went to mount the rear exhaust fan, and that problem only got worse when I decided to switch over to a double custom loop/AIO loop design. The custom loop flowed out from the GPU and into a 140mm radiator that I wanted to place in the rear exhaust position. To pull this off, I had to drill holes through the rear of the case for the tubing connection, and mount the radiator on the outside of the case, while the fan remained on the inside. My front radiator ran into similar dimensional problems, which I will skip for brevity's sake. The thermaltake reservoir/pump combo, which I ended up mounting upright onto the front radiator, was another pain in the neck, as it could not fit between my GPU and the front radiator. I even had problems, in terms of space, with my SSDs, and had to tear out the chassis' sliding HD/SSD module, which was made specifically to be a convenient space saving feature. Small features on the chassis also caused, and continue to cause problems, like how the printed board under the power button and front panel controls is just a little lower than the rest of the chassis, and it catches my custom loop's tubing every time I open the front of the case. These issues are driving me insane! So here is where I get to my point. Wouldn't it be absolutely awesome if there were a top flight computer case design company **cough** {THERMALTAKE} **Cough** **Cough**, that could put together either an app, or website based tool (I know im out of date and showing my age by saying this, but something like Flash) that would allow us custom builders to place our own choice of components, into a virtual representation of their chassis (even if it is somewhat roughly shaped in terms of dimensions). Think about it,... choose your motherboard, place it in the chassis of your choice, and see just how much room there is between the top and the mobo's protruding components. Unsure of where to place your thermaltake Pacific PR22-D5? Make sure it fits where you want to put it, or find out where you will now need to put it. Save yourself perhaps hours of tedious work, by virtually switching where certain cards or components are, without having to actually pull them out and reorder everything. What do you guys think? I know that there would be quite a few issues, like rounded corners, angled surfaces, non-square items, but I think if people were able to "community workshop" item dimensions, it could be very helpful. So? Thoughts?
  5. Hello! Here is some general information for steps on how to contact our support here in the USA and setup an RMA for your Thermaltake product if you feel it maybe defective. USA Support and Warranty Claims: http://bit.ly/2qWUJMH USA Technical Support: 800.988.1088 M-F 9:00AM~5:30PM (P.S.T) Thermaltake USA Provides (2) Methods to process your RMA: Option (1) Select "Advance Service" if you wish to do a "Cross-shipment" - Personal Credit Card Required - Allows Replacement Product to be shipped first - Requires Return of Original Product within 45 Days from Delivery Option (2) Select "Next" to continue with a Standard RMA - Receive RMA number and Shipping Instructions - Ship product to Thermaltake USA (Without Accessories) Please make sure to write your eRMA number clearly on the outside of the package For any questions on this process please contact us first before shipping in any product for warranty.
  6. Let me introduce one of our partners - Disrupt Gaming Disrupt Gaming is a professional esports organization founded and based in North America. It is one of the fastest growing esports organizations and field professional players in Rainbowsix Siege and Tekken. You can follow them at Twitter - https://twitter.com/DisruptGaming Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/disrupt.gg/
  7. This week for #CES2015 we have announced the Pacific Series DIY LCS (Liquid Cooling System) Components. We have a TON of new stuff coming, this is just the start! Pacific RL240 DIY LCS Kit: (CES Exclusive Launch) Buy Now: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106254 We will continue to update on the full line of Pacific Series DIY LCS Components as they become available! For more information on our Pacific Series Components including, CPU Block, Pump, Radiator and accessories visit our website: http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/cooler.aspx
  8. Hello dear Thermaltake community. We are pcFrog Romania. We sell Thermaltake products in Romania on our webshop. Thermaltake offer in our shop pcfrog total over 490 products. This are just few examples: PC Parts - Componente PC Thermaltake (over 300 products - Cabluri, carcase pc, coolere de carcasa, coolere placi video, coolere procesoare, paste termice, placi de sunet, surse pc.) PC Peripherals - Periferice PC Thermaltake (over 90 products) Gaming accessories - Accesorii Gaming Thermaltake (over 19 products) Notebook accessories - Accesorii de laptop Thermaltake (over 20 products) Salutare comunitate Thermaltake. Gasiti in oferta magazinului pcfrog.ro o gama variata de produse Thermaltake. pcFrog este seller in Romania al brandului Thermaltake. Gama de produse insumeaza peste 490 de repere din categoriile de mai sus. Va asteptam pe magazinul pcfrog magazin online IT, electronice si electrocasnice. Produsele Thermaltake vin insotite de garantie. Toata gama de produse Thermaltake - https://pcfrog.ro/brand/60-thermaltake
  9. Hi Everybody, I'm Tom from sunny Birmingham, UK. I work as a software engineer / web developer which I've been doing since university and mainly play PC games and run in my spare time. Been building and modding computers since around 15. My first mod was a side window cut-out and blue CCFL tube lighting, was so proud of that at the time (simpler times). Started water cooling at university on an overlclocked Q6600 which kicked out a lot of heat and kept it up ever since. Current PC is an ITX build with a 280mm and 120mm rad which has been a little workhorse / hotbox for the past year. Onto this considerably more substantial build as a result of being selected for the Thermaltake UK 2020 Case Mod Challenge which has been awesome and the perfect distraction from current events. Been spending the past couple weeks getting everything together for the planned mods. Anyhow, onto the parts list: Thermaltake View 51 Snow AMD 3700X Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB 3000MHz 4x8GB ASUS ROG STRIX X570-F Gaming ASUS Radeon RX 5700 500GB Seagate FireCuda 520 14TB Seagate IronWolf Pro Thermaltake Pacific C360 DDC Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit Thermaltake Pacific V-RX 5700 Series Plus GPU Waterblock Thermaltake Water Cooling Pacific Hard Tube Bending Kit 300mm Thermaltake TTMod Sleeved Cables 300mm Thermaltake TTPremium PCIe Extender 850W Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 A couple photos of all the parts received: Thank you to Thermaltake, AMD, ASUS, Seagate and Scan for sponsoring and who've done a great job at getting the parts together in such trying times. Will be updating this thread over the coming weeks with my progress, at the moment just going to do a quick test set-up and take some case measurements. Best of luck for everyone in the competition and happy building! Tom
  10. Hi folks! I'm new on the forums here but I figured I'd show of my latest project. This is my second real mod, my last mod Allspark was a lot of fun and I won 3rd place in Dreamhacks casemod championship which really gave me a taste for modding. Right now I have two more projects going on but as I said, here's my latest that I finished last month. Shoutout to @Egxi who has been an awesome teacher in terms of how to make a custom-loop and have been teaching me how to bend copper-pipes! Thank you SO much your guidance has been invaluable! (And for doing that insane bend behind the monitorstand for me, would never have pulled that one off!) **UPDATE** Just a month after finishing the build I got my hands on the MSI MEG Z490-I Unify! The most beautiful motherboard I've had! This called for an upgrade with pristine hardware and it needed to be something with enough umph to test out the OCing capabilities with the Unify series that MSI claims to be great for an mITX board. Thus I got myself a i9 10900K and a pair of high clocked Samsung B-die memory sticks! Here's the results, both in terms of looks and a timespy benchmark. PS: The "blue-looking" LEDs are actually white, damned camera! Specs: CPU: Intel I9 10900k at 5,1Ghz All-core AMD Ryzen 7 3800X @ 4.4Ghz RAM: G.Skill Trident Z 3600Mhz CL 16 B-die at 4000Mhz CL 14 G.SKILL Flare X 3200Mhz CL 14 (B-die) GPU: NVIDIA Palit RTX 2080ti ProGaming OC @ 2130Mhz MOBO: MSI MEG Z490-i Unify ASUS B450-I Strix Gaming M2: Samsung 960 EVO 500Gb x2 SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 256Gb PSU: Corsair SF750 Platinum CORSAIR SF600 Gold Cables: CableMods Sleeved Black/White Pro Waterblock CPU: Thermaltake Pacific W5 Waterblock GPU: EK Water Blocks Vector RTX TI Copper Radiators: EK Water Blocks Coolstream PE 240mm x2 Reservoar: Phobya Nickel 150mm Fittings: Bykski LED: ASUS Terminal and LED-strips Monitor: Acer Predator X34P Build log can be found here: https://builds.gg/bhbmods
  11. Thermaltake View 71 Tempered Glass RGB Plus Edition Full Tower Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Designed to expand the legacy of the View Series lineup, the View 71 Tempered Glass RGB Plus Edition full-tower chassis features three 120mm Riing Plus 12 RGB front fans and one 120mm Riing Plus 12 RGB rear fan for outstanding ventilation, and its seven drive trays with modular drive racks deliver advanced storage capacity and liquid cooling expansion. This elegantly designed piece utilizes swing-out side panels, and is enclosed in four-side 5mm tempered glass for users to demonstrate their DIY handiwork and enjoy the ultimate internal component visibility. With supports for the latest PC hardware, the View 71 TG RGB Plus Edition is not only fascinating in appearance, and when it comes to performance, the only thing that will limit its capabilities is users imaginations. TT RGB PLUS TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem is the intelligent lighting system for PCs that combines the most advanced addressable LED lighting with Thermaltake’s patented TT RGB PLUS Software. TT RGB PLUS ecosystem provides nearly unlimited possibilities for playing with colors, synchronizing lights to games, music, CPU temperatures or other TT RGB PLUS products, including case fans, CPU/VGA waterblocks, AIO CPU coolers, PSUs, LED strips, gaming keyboards, headsets, mice and mouse pad. The patented software allows users to change the light modes, colors, speeds, brightness, fan speeds, and even supports AI voice control in iOS and Android devices. SyncALL, Say “Hello TT” Thermaltake AI Voice Control Talking to TT RGB PLUS App is an easier, faster way to set lights for your systems. You can ask it to turn the lights on or off, switch lights modes, dim the lights, change light colors, or adjust lights speeds or fan speeds. Preinstalled with 4 Riing Plus 12 RGB Fans Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 Fan TT Premium Edition. 120mm high-static pressure fans with a patented 16.8 million colors LED ring and 12 addressable LEDs, the Riing Plus 12 RGB features compression blades and hydraulic bearing, and can be controlled by the patented TT RGB PLUS Software and AI interactive voice control. Sync with Razer Chroma Lighting All Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS products are able to connect into the Razer Chroma ecosystem. Users who have installed both the TT RGB PLUS Software and Razer Synapse 3 can experience synchronized gaming and RGB lighting effects on their TT RGB PLUS liquid cooling system and gaming gear! From cooldown timers, health bars, and flashy ultimate indicators, to subtle ambient lighting that sets the perfect mood for each game, Razer Chroma provides an experience that transcends the screen and into your full setup, for a truly immersive experience. Works with Amazon Alexa All Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS products support Amazon Alexa Voice Service, allowing you to control the lights or fan speeds by talking to the Alexa-enabled device. With the support of Amazon Alexa, TT RGB PLUS products also offer an additional visual cue for checking current weather condition in your location or anywhere in the world. All you have to do is simply starting the sentence with “Alexa, tell Thermaltake”, then the lighting color will correspond to the weather condition in the location.
  12. I have a Thermaltake level 20 mt argb case, I want to control case fan speed so, tell me how to control fan speed with connector details. Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Ultra Z390
  13. First time posting here, please forgive me if i posted the wrong format. Brief introduction of myself: Im currently a student, casual pc enthusiast who love watercooling too much and started a little bit of modding as a hobby. Got my first ever sponsor from Andy Thermaltake using my first ever build as a proposal (View 71 - JY71, build video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tb3BALoAl4Y&lc=z23xdhowhybterurz04t1aokg52qnykfhp5bfgcsc0cbrk0h00410). Big fan of thermaltake, great products, got sponsorship, dream comes true, life is complete . Core p90 is such an excellent chassis and i'm so fortunate to get this chassis from thermaltake. No doubt 101% effort is going to put into this build! Mod on! Sponsored items! How crazy!! Core P90, such a sexy lady. Chrome Fittings. How elegant. Disassembled the chassis. Figuring out radiator mounting. Meow. Decided to cut out a part of the chassis and make radiator mounting using aluminium frame. Cleaning out the edges using dremel. definitely have to show off every parts that "involved" in watercooling. Bend dem tubes! Always my favourite part of building a pc, which is watercooling. Thermaltake V-Tubler is superb to work with! Holes for pass through fittings. Black and Chrome. No other colours can beat this duo!!! My core P90 backside woopssss! Smexy bare-back!
  14. Hey everyone, I am back with a quick build log. Antec asked if I could do a build in their new P120 case and this is my journey. The parts I will be using are, CPU - AMD 2700x GPU - ASUS Dual RTX 2080 RAM - 16gb 3200 mhz Thermaltake WaterRam without the waterblock Motherboard - ASUS ROG Strix X470 - F Storage - Adata SX6000 256GB M.2 PSU - Antec 650W high current gamer HCG Fans - Antec Prizm 120 ARGB All the water cooling parts were supply by thermaltake and I manufactured a custom distro with integrated ddc pump for this build. This is the case. I stripped the full case down and drilled all the rivets out as I want to paint the full case a gloss black with red splash. this would be the biggest part of the build. Before, After, Once the painting was completed I needed to test fit all the parts and plan the loop and get the holes for the front distro. This will be my 1st build where I will be using a DDC pump in the distro plate, I was not 100% sure on how to do this but a did find a guide on the bit-tech youtube channel which helped a lot thanks Alex. This is my design for the front distro. Now time to cut the part. Once I cut the part, I needed to test fit the part and leak test it, I couldn't find my leak tester, so I just filled it up. We did have any leaks so it was time to add it to the build and run the tubes. Time to fill her up, Just want to say a big thank you to Antec for letting me build in their new P120 I was really surprised at how much room was in the case and a big thank you to thermaltake for supporting me in this project. Here are the final photos.
  15. Thermaltake Level 20 HT Full Tower Chassis URL: Level 20 HT: https://www.thermaltake.com/level-20-ht-chassis.html Level 20 HT Snow Edition: https://www.thermaltake.com/level-20-ht-snow-chassis.html Thermaltake Level 20 HT Full Tower Chassis Distinctive from most cases on the market, the Level 20 HT full tower chassis is specially constructed to continue the legend of the Level 20 series case family. It features four durable 4mm thick tempered glass windows, two preinstalled 140mm standard fans on the top, and is designed with outstanding system ventilation. The chassis is a premium choice that inhabits a vertical mount design and expansion capabilities for massive custom liquid-cooled systems. The Level 20 HT takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern style that’s utterly unique in the case market today. Stand out from the crowd with the Level 20 HT. Tempered Glass Window With Ultimate Viewing Angles The Level 20 HT comes with four tempered glass panels at the front, top and both sides which make it easy to display the internal components. For the front and top tempered glass panels, users can easily unlock by pressing down the locking mechanism located on the top part of the glass, allowing quick and easy access. The left and right hinged doors are also equipped with a smart lock security system allowing you to easily secure the inner components of your case. Dust Reduction Well-designed quick removal magnetic fan filters on the back and at the base provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment. #For more features & details, kindly visit our official website Let us know what you think about our brand new model- Level 20 HT
  16. Thermaltake Aluminum Series Thermaltake A500 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Case Build Video Thermaltake A500 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition mid-tower chassis features a sleek aluminum front panel, two 4mm tempered glass panels, two pre-installed 120mm front fans and a 120mm rear fan for optimal system ventilation. It has a built-in power supply cover for clean and easy cable management and also supports up to a standard ATX motherboard. Accommodating the latest PC hardware including the most advanced graphic cards and air/liquid cooling solutions, the A500 Aluminum TG is designed for those who are looking for a chassis with the outstanding thermal performance that is further complemented by a clean and simply designed case.
  17. Thermaltake Core P3 Tempered Glass Curved Edition ATX Open Frame Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Thermaltake has kicked open-frame chassis up to a notch and presented the Core P3 Tempered Glass Curved Edition ATX Open Frame Chassis. Open framed PC cases are all about style, about showing off your hardware and taking pride in your system. The Core P3 Curved chassis is the next step in open frame tempered glass case design, with a 90° curved panel; giving you awesome views of your hardware and more options to make your custom system a reality. The chassis is designed with dual GPU and PSU layout options and 3-way stand placements (wall mount, horizontal, and vertical placements), plenty of liquid cooling options and near unlimited flexibility when it comes to building the most advanced customized PC.
  18. Hi all guys, I'm back to work with the next Octamachine Project. Place the approximate rendering of the Mod, The project will be structured on a Thermaltake level 20 Gt Argb case, I will modify the whole Setting of the case a little, I will use cnc-milled aluminum panels, I will make a backlit Plexiglas backlight and many other changes that you will see Going forward. Sponsors Thermaltake GoodRam Intel Component Case Thermaltake Level 20 Gt Montherboard Asus Rog x399 AMD Threadripper 2920X CPU VGA Asus strix 1070 Ram Goodram 32gb 3200mhz Watercooling Thermaltake
  19. Your Name: Calen Saddler Modding Brand / Media Name: Envious Mods Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/EnviousMod/ Youtube Channel Link: https://www.facebook.com/EnviousMod/ Twitter, Instagram, or other social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enviousmods/ Instagram followers: 19,150 Twitter: @EnviousMods 2,546 Followers Tumblr: https://enviousmods.tumblr.com Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/EnviousMods/ Previous projects/build logs: CaseMOD Invitational Replicant case mod: https://forums.bit-tech.net/index.php?threads/replicant-blade-runner-2049-casemod-invitational.345959/ Geforce Garage Mod: Carbon Case Mod: https://builds.gg/builds/carbon-3903 Total fans: 26,630 (Based off of metrics; only on social media with provable sources) Why do you think you should be the next TT Talent?: I've spent years modding and working with Thermaltake products. I've also been fortunate enough to experience many of your product lines and used them within multiple mods. For me modding isn't just a hobby or something I like to do in my spare time. It's something I do all day, everyday. Modding is interwoven into every aspect of my life. I've been professionally modding for about 5 yrs or so and my main focus now is building Modded PCs for shows. However I still do a lot of personal projects so that I can learn new skills and techniques. Everyday is an opportunity to learn more and share those skills with new modders, enthusiasts and everyday builders. I thoroughly enjoy meeting new people and discussing how modding/pcs can bring a person so much joy. Thanks for the opportunity! Video; Some of my Thermaltake Case Mods: Thermaltake Live Modding Competition: (CyberMods)
  20. Good Time of the day everyone! I would like to share my own experience of connecting Riing RGB fans together in 1 controller. This guide will divide in two parts: One of them is how to connect 4 fans in 1 controller, using only your hands and pin extractor (or any thin tools like needle). Second part will be about connecting up to 6 fans using same tools as in first case plus 4-pin Molex cable and electric tape (or shrinking tube or soldering iron + tape). A little Preface: Why I decided to divide in two parts? The answer is very simple. MB in most cases provides 12V @1Amp. Usually it will run up to 3 fans at max speed without any drawback (loosing RPM). However in some cases you can connect 4-th and you won't notice any difference. Firstly, (too obvious) power off your PC. (Don't forget that you are doing at your own risk, this is not official Thermaltake guide) We need tool to extract pins from the head. You can use basically anything thin enough to fit a little hole on top of the head. I used this tool: The idea is very simple, we need to extract pins from one head and insert them into another head, so there will be two fans goes into 1 4-pin head. There is enough room to fit 2 wires in 1 head slot. See little holes? Press on them and pull wires. Very simple. Do you see that there is enough space in the socket? We need to insert each extracted wire into proper slot. It would go snug and fit secure. At the end we will get this: Done! Just plug it back to controller and you are good to go! Video to demonstrate: https://youtu.be/jn-x7rH3Pwg Second part! Connecting up to 6 fans. We have to follow same process as before, BUT the big difference is that we need 4-pin molex cable. How it works: 4-pin PWM MB port has 4 pins (oh man, thanks Cap. Obvious!) You can see pinout below: We will utilize power from Molex cable (it's peripheral cable goes directly in PSU) and PWM signal from Motherboard. From the power cable, which goes with fans, you need to extract only two pins +12V and GND .Other 2 leave in the head. Extracted pins you need to connect to molex +12V and GND correspondingly. Here is pinout: Just in case: MOLEX has 2 grounds and it doesn't matter which to connect. What we'll get at the end: Just plug PWM to 4-pin MB fan port and Molex ... to molex, lol. No video yet, but it works If you'll have questions, don't hesitate to ask. Maybe I just forgot to mention something... Cheers!
  21. Hello, so somehow this novice of a modder has been chosen to be one of the five competitors in this years Thermaltake Modding Trophy! Words cannot describe how much this means to me nor could I tell you the challenge ahead this brings to me as newcomer on the modding scene, I sure feel like I have a lot to prove! My design of course got me in to the competition and that is what I call '20th Century TT' so let me tell you where the idea came from although it's pretty obvious to most. As soon as I heard the competition was Thermaltake's 20th anniversary the 20th Century Fox movie studios came right to me, I thought it was a good idea and what do you know, apparently it is and I can finally show you all the design that got me here. I'm proud to be in this position and to show you all what I can do! The Main Hardware 1 x Thermaltake Level 20 XT chassis 1 x Thermaltake M360 Plus water-cooling kit 1 x Thermaltake 850W Toughpower ‘SYNC’ Edition PSU 1 x Asus Socket AM4 Motherboard (model TBC) 1 x Asus Nvidia-based graphics card (model TBC) 1 x AMD Ryzen 7 2700X CPU 1 x Adata SX600 128GB M.2 SSD 1 x Adata M.2 RGB heatsink 1 x Adata Spectrix D41 3,000MHz 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 At the moment I'm still gathering a few items that I will need and soon discovered that some of the items I originally planned are no longer available so will have to search elsewhere, which isn't as easy as it sounds but not to worry. I'll update again once I have more on the way so this post may be quiet for a week or so, I just wanted to get my head in the door and say hello. First package for the build, we got this on the 28th of September for the opening ceremony at Scan HQ and what an awesome day that was all round! Second delivery was two packages, we got them last week and oh my where am I suppose to put all of this? And what a beautiful case it is! Sorry for stock photo I got excited and couldn't keep it in one piece long enough for a photo. Here's a little progress I've made over the past day, I've taken every piece of metal that isn't riveted away from the chassis and plan to paint it antique gold to help keep in with the theme, I've of course added some glitter to the two large front plastic columns, I couldn't help myself with that! I somewhat feel like it is a part of me now, I've used it on all my builds but none was as over the top as the first but that was for my daughter so was to be expected, anyhow I certainly feel it got my name out there, so less about me and more about the build in question. Not only did I paint all the metal removable but also the dust filters! Albeit a couple of them are on the bottom of the case and won't be seen but I didn't see no reason not to do them, it'll please me at the very least. I''ll have to re-do the motherboard tray as too much spraying has really buggered my wrist, from an old injury so that'll be on hold for the next few days at least, in the meantime I do plan on finding somewhere somewhat local that can supply me some acrylics, it's harder than you think to find antique gold vinyl! I'll also update with some more of the pictures from the work on the filters and such when I get around to finishing the motherboard tray so stay tuned and thanks for looking! Some more stuff came for the build and I managed to finish the motherboard tray this time around but I also had to do the redo the front columns due to an issue with the glitter I was using. Thermaltake M360 water cooling kit & Pacific W4 Plus CPU water block. Thermaltake Pacific PR22-D5 Pump & res combo. Some Thermaltake tubing, liquid, fittings and pipe bending kit, despite this will be my first time water cooling I think I have everything I need. Thermaltake ToughPower Grand RGB 850 Thermaltake Pacific Rad Plus LED Panel & Lumi Plus Oh the glorious Thermaltake Riing Plus fans! Oh what is this... It only the Thermaltake Pacific V-RTX Plus! Last and not least the motherboard tray fitted in the chassis, looking very gold at this moment indeed and there is more to come... I may need to think about how I go about this as it's very reflective. No update just yet but we do have some shots of the beautiful Thermaltake Pacific V-RTX Plus GPU block! Sadly I had to change the colour scheme slightly due to not being able to source any more antique gold acrylic, so now it's just gold! I've also done a little progress too, tomorrow I should get around to putting the block on the GPU! (Should be fun). Anyways hope you like what you see because there's even more incoming, for some it may be a little too much but right now I think it's going to look better than I expected! I got the GPU block on, no issues other than my heart rate was double of what it should of been during the process. Some of you may of noticed the little detailing I've done on the GPU backplate, I'm glad I didn't do more than that, I think it's a nice subtle touch, anything more would of been over the top... If it's not already. Forgot to add an image of the side panel that will be used for the left side of the case and starts to set off the theme I have for this build.
  22. Greetings to all, On July 8, 2018 I bought a Thermaltake Core V71 Tower in Spain and I arrived in Colombia at the end of August, so a couple of weeks ago I was able to start with the installation and assembly of my computer parts, All the parts of the computer are Thermaltake brand (source, heatsinks, liquid cooling, etc ...) once the assembly was made in the Tower Thermaltake Core V71, there was a problem when performing the ignition and is that the three (3) Fan (heatsinks) of 200mm that brings this Tower located in the Front and top part DOES NOT ROTATE, just turn on the LEDs. In detail I checked all the connections, I made sure everything was connected correctly, later I focused specifically on the MOLEX connector which is connected to a PSU Thermaltake Toughpower RGB 850 W Gold; connecting and disconnecting repeatedly, but the fans did not turn and the result was always the same. Obviously if the Fan (dissipaters) do not rotate the functionality of the FAN LOW and FAN HIGH switches is null, but the Leds of these switches if they turn on when pressing them, I would say that their function is fine, but if the Fan does not rotate, there is no case. I have the three original 200 mm fans connected to the FAN CONTROLLER and the only thing I can think of is that it is defective ... Is there anything I could do wrong? Is it possible to CHANGE THE FAN CONTROLLER due to factory defects? Can it be repaired? Where can you change it in Colombia? Could Thermaltake send it to Colombia where I am currently residing? I think all the connections related to the fan controller are correctly. Does anyone have any ideas or recommendations? Everything else works very well, but I would like the fans to work properly and help maintain a good temperature inside my tower. I appreciate the advice and / or recommendations of everyone. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Saludos a todos, El día 8 de julio de 2018 compre una Torre Thermaltake Core V71 en España y me llegó a finales de agosto a Colombia con lo cual hace un par de semanas pude empezar con la instalación y ensamble de las partes mi computadora, Todas las partes de la computadora son de marca Thermaltake (Fuente, Disipadores, Refrigeración Líquida, etc…) una vez realizado el montaje en la Torre Thermaltake Core V71, se presentó un problema al realizar el encendido y es que los tres (3) Fan (disipadores) de 200mm que trae esta Torre ubicados en la parte Frontal y superior NO GIRAN, solo encienden los Leds. Detalladamente revisé todas las conexiones, me aseguré de que todo estuviera conectado de forma correcta, posterior me centré específicamente en el conector MOLEX el cual está conectado a una PSU Thermaltake Toughpower RGB 850 W Gold; conectando y desconectando en repetidas ocasiones, pero los Fan no giraron y siempre el resultado fue el mismo. Obviamente si no giran los Fan (disipadores) la funcionalidad de los interruptores FAN LOW y FAN HIGH es nula, pero los Leds de estos interruptores si encienden al presionarlos, diría que su función está bien, pero si los Fan no Giran no tiene caso. Tengo los tres ventiladores originales de 200 mm conectados al CONTROLADOR DEL VENTILADOR y lo único que se me ocurre es que esté defectuoso… ¿Hay algo que pude hacer mal? ¿es posible CAMBIAR EL CONTROLADOR DE VENTILADOR por defectos de fabrica? ¿Se puede reparar? ¿Dónde pueden cambiármelo en Colombia? ¿Podría Thermaltake enviarlo a Colombia donde actualmente estoy residiendo? Creo que todas las conexiones relacionadas con el controlador del ventilador están correctamente. ¿Alguien tiene alguna idea o recomendación? Todo lo demás funciona muy bien, pero me gustaría que los Fan funcionen correctamente y ayuden a mantener una buena temperatura al interior de mi Torre. Agradezco los consejos y / o recomendaciones de todos.
  23. Thermaltake View 21 Tempered Glass RGB Plus Edition Mid Tower Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Thermaltake View 21 Tempered Glass RGB Plus edition mid-tower chassis features three 120mm Pure Plus 12 RGB front fans, one 120mm Pure Plus 12 RGB rear fan with removable filters and full-length PSU cover for outstanding ventilation. The RGB Plus fans are custom-designed to work with our AI Voice Control software, as well as with Amazon Alexa. The lighting effects can also be synchronized with Razer’s RGB products via Razer Chroma software. The View 21 TG RGB Plus supports the latest PC hardware and all high-end GPU solutions, providing unparalleled expandability for high-end configurations and liquid cooling systems. Satisfying the market where users have opted for stylish PC chassis with advanced features and massive aesthetic appeal. SyncALL, Say "Hello TT" Thermaltake AI Voice Control Talking to TT RGB PLUS App is an easier, faster way to set lights for your systems. You can ask it to turn the lights on or off, switch lights modes, dim the lights, change light colors, or adjust lights speeds or fan speeds. Choose a video from below to see how it works. Preinstalled with 4 Pure Plus 12 RGB Fans Thermaltake Pure Plus 12 Fan TT Premium Edition. 120mm high-static pressure fans with a 16.8 million colors LED ring and 9 addressable LEDs, the Pure Plus 12 RGB features compression blades and hydraulic bearings, controlled by the patented TT RGB PLUS Software and AI interactive voice control. Sync with Razer Chroma Lighting All Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS products are able to connect into the Razer Chroma ecosystem. Users who have installed both the TT RGB PLUS Software and Razer Synapse 3 can experience synchronized gaming and RGB lighting effects on their TT RGB PLUS liquid cooling system and gaming gear! From cooldown timers, health bars, and flashy ultimate indicators, to subtle ambient lighting that sets the perfect mood for each game, Razer Chroma provides an experience that transcends the screen and into your full setup, for a truly immersive experience. Works with Amazon Alexa All Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS products support Amazon Alexa Voice Service, allowing you to control the lights or fan speeds by talking to the Alexa-enabled device. With the support of Amazon Alexa, TT RGB PLUS products also offer an additional visual cue for checking current weather condition in your location or anywhere in the world. All you have to do is simply starting the sentence with “Alexa, tell Thermaltake”, then the lighting color will correspond to the weather condition in the location.
  24. I recently bought a p5 case and I need to buy some parts such as : - ssd trays on the inside of the case - gpu bracket for vertical mounting -water pump bracket where can I buy these i have looked on eBay , google and can’t find them anywhere .
  25. Hello, world! My friend is making his first PC this February, but he wants to know something. What is the MAX PSU size supported by this case? He wants to use an SeaSonic M12II EVO 520W PSU , will it fit? Many thanks!
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