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Old 01-23-2018, 06:42 PM
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Here you go. https://imgur.com/a/bLqKZ

Sorry hard to get good pictures as the glass is literally a mirror.
Thanks man. How hard is it to actually see in? Do you have to be at the right angle? Is it perfectly visible while "backlit" or is it still a challenge to see in there? Did you mess with the vertical GPU mount at all?

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No LED strips.

Ports 1-3 go to the included SP RGB fans, port 4 goes to the PCB for the front panel CORSAIR SAILS and PSU Shroud's CORSAIR logo.

The case LEDs are treated as additional SP RGB fans (which is why the SP RGB 3-button controller is included with the case for basic control via the front panel). If you were to swap out the SP RGB controller for a LNP or CLCP, you'd have to have one channel set to SP RGB for the case lighting and included SP RGB fans. If you upgrade from SP RGB fans, you'll need to use a second channel.
Do you know if it will be possible to use a normal tempered glass panel from a regular 570x with the new, what-looks-to-be hex nut?

Also, the specs say: "Front I/O Panel includes: 3-Button RGB Controller, USB 3.0 port (2), USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Headphone and Microphone jacks, Power on and Reset buttons."

Does this mean there are 3 ports on the front panel or is it "2 usb 3.0 ports, 1 of which being the 3.1?" Also i am not seeing a reset button anywhere on the website and also the pic that Porogamis showed. Am i missing something lol?
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Old 01-23-2018, 08:58 PM
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Does it include the PSU shroud now?
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Old 01-23-2018, 09:16 PM
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Does it include the PSU shroud now?
The 570X Mirror Black incorporates feedback we've received since the 570X originally launched.
  • Cable management grommet on the PSU shroud.
  • Inclusion of the PSU shroud cover plate to cap off the end of the PSU shroud. (Which has been released as a separate accessory for those who want it)
  • RGB-lit front sails logo and PSU shroud logo.
  • True USB 3.1 Type-C Gen2 support.
  • Cutouts for mounting a video card vertically.

The mirrored panels are also super nice. :)

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Old 01-23-2018, 09:23 PM
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Thanks man. How hard is it to actually see in? Do you have to be at the right angle? Is it perfectly visible while "backlit" or is it still a challenge to see in there? Did you mess with the vertical GPU mount at all?



Do you know if it will be possible to use a normal tempered glass panel from a regular 570x with the new, what-looks-to-be hex nut?

Also, the specs say: "Front I/O Panel includes: 3-Button RGB Controller, USB 3.0 port (2), USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Headphone and Microphone jacks, Power on and Reset buttons."

Does this mean there are 3 ports on the front panel or is it "2 usb 3.0 ports, 1 of which being the 3.1?" Also i am not seeing a reset button anywhere on the website and also the pic that Porogamis showed. Am i missing something lol?
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It's easy to see in once the system is on and internal lights are going.

Yes, you can use the normal tempered glass panel from an OG 570X. The screw heads are different, but they are the same length and thread. Also, you can use the different color screw sets for the 570X with the Mirror Black version.

The specs appear to have a typo, it should have:
3-button RGB controller, USB 3.0 port (1), USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C, Headphone and Mic, Power on.
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Old 01-23-2018, 09:31 PM
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The 570X Mirror Black incorporates feedback we've received since the 570X originally launched.
  • Cable management grommet on the PSU shroud.
  • Inclusion of the PSU shroud cover plate to cap off the end of the PSU shroud. (Which has been released as a separate accessory for those who want it)
  • RGB-lit front sails logo and PSU shroud logo.
  • True USB 3.1 Type-C Gen2 support.

The mirrored panels are also super nice. :)
Awesome, thanks! Might be time to upgrade from the 460RGB :)
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RGB-lit front sails logo and PSU shroud logo.
So.. Duder... Would you know or can you ask if those two items will be for sale as spares/upgrades please? like the current white versions are?

Us older 570x owners need such items! lol
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:24 AM
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Please make a "570x White Mirror Edition"

I am planning for a case swap from my Air 540 to a White 570x, but now i want a White 570x Mirror Edition...
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Old 01-24-2018, 08:59 AM
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Looks nice, in my favourite colour too.
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Just wanted to confirm: You can connect the Case Logo PCB directly into the Lighting Node Pro and bypass the SP RGB hub?

I'm planning on using LL and ML fans, so I'd prefer to only need 2 hubs and 2 Lighting Nodes for the build.

Thanks!
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Old 01-24-2018, 01:27 PM
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So.. Duder... Would you know or can you ask if those two items will be for sale as spares/upgrades please? like the current white versions are?

Us older 570x owners need such items! lol
  • The USB Type-C I/O upgrade kit is currently available.
  • Same with the PSU shroud cover plate.
  • The mirrored glass panels and screws with the new head style should be available as spare parts in the near future.
  • The new RGB bits (front logo, PSU shroud logo) might be available eventually, but I have no word on that so no guarantees that'll happen

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Please make a "570x White Mirror Edition"

I am planning for a case swap from my Air 540 to a White 570x, but now i want a White 570x Mirror Edition...
Oooo that'd look really nice. It's always possible. If the mirror panels become available as a spare part, you could just throw it on the standard 570X white and install the silver anodized screw set.
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Old 01-24-2018, 01:30 PM
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Just wanted to confirm: You can connect the Case Logo PCB directly into the Lighting Node Pro and bypass the SP RGB hub?

I'm planning on using LL and ML fans, so I'd prefer to only need 2 hubs and 2 Lighting Nodes for the build.

Thanks!
The case logo PCB plugs into the 6-port LED hub. Wiring directly into a LNP will require a DIY solution, but in theory should be doable if you want to avoid having a total of 3 fan LED hubs (the logo LEDs are treated as a single SP RGB fan).
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  • The USB Type-C I/O upgrade kit is currently available.
  • Same with the PSU shroud cover plate.
  • The mirrored glass panels and screws with the new head style should be available as spare parts in the near future.
  • The new RGB bits (front logo, PSU shroud logo) might be available eventually, but I have no word on that so no guarantees that'll happen
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The case logo PCB plugs into the 6-port LED hub. Wiring directly into a LNP will require a DIY solution, but in theory should be doable if you want to avoid having a total of 3 fan LED hubs (the logo LEDs are treated as a single SP RGB fan)
works for me buddy.. thanks for that info!
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The case logo PCB plugs into the 6-port LED hub. Wiring directly into a LNP will require a DIY solution, but in theory should be doable if you want to avoid having a total of 3 fan LED hubs (the logo LEDs are treated as a single SP RGB fan).
Nooooo

Maybe some feedback for future cases would be to allow case LEDs like this be independent of a specific fan type, for use-cases like mine.

Thanks for the quick answer.
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Nooooo

Maybe some feedback for future cases would be to allow case LEDs like this be independent of a specific fan type, for use-cases like mine.

Thanks for the quick answer.
maybe having them appear as a strip would be a better option........ could just be daisy chained in.
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Nooooo

Maybe some feedback for future cases would be to allow case LEDs like this be independent of a specific fan type, for use-cases like mine.

Thanks for the quick answer.
Agreed. I believe the idea behind it being executed this way was to have it easily tie into the onboard RGB button controls on the front IO.

I have a few workarounds in mind to make the setup tidier if you want to use fans other than SP RGB and will report back after I've tracked down a 570X Mirror Black to experiment on. :)
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