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  1. Hey Everyone, I purchased this case a few months ago for my new PC build and it has been nothing less than amazing so far! Everything about it is awesome. One day i stupidly tripped over my headphone cord connected to the front panel of the case where the power button is and it completely broke the 3.5 mm audio jack. i really don't want to have to purchase an entire new case when i can just replace that little panel at the front of the case. It is easily removeable and all i need is that part and i would be good to go. Does anybody on the forum know where i would be
  2. Hi, I just bought a v21 and have figured out (somehow) where to put some of the case fans. Going to the manual, I noticed that it is possible to place 120mm fans at the bottom panel, but when I inspected the panel, I couldn't find any proper mounting holes for the fans. Can anybody also confirm that you can mount 140mm fans at the said panel? I read very briefly that somebody was able to do so but I didn't read in detail how he / she did it. Reason I'm asking is that my HDDs are hot. They used to have a temp of around 35C in my old CM case where they had a fan directly in front of them
  3. ã€Seras tu la prochaine légende?】 Vous rêvez de faire votre mod vous même ? Vous maitrisez la plupart de matériaux techniques et avez plein d'idées mais pas vraiment les moyens d'acheter beaucoup de matériaux ? Thermaltake France sera toujours de votre côté pour réaliser vos plans ! Pour fêter le début de notre nouveau projet, le concours vous offre la possibilité de gagner un boîtier Thermaltake Core V21 et un Suppressor F51 ! Ce concours comprend deux parties, il y aura donc deux gagnants sur ce concours, la 1ère partie est la suivante : Étape 1:
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