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  1. your not the only one that has issues with corsairs warranty policy
  2. so now its just listed as a 760 and before it was a 760I
  3. this is the list,theres no 760I CP-9020057-AU AXi Series, 1500 Watt, Fully Modular Power Supply, AU Version CP-9020057-EU AXi Series, 1500 Watt, Fully Modular Power Supply, EU Version CP-9020057-NA AXi Series, 1500 Watt, Fully Modular Power Supply, NA Version CP-9020057-NA/RF AXi Series, 1500 Watt, Fully Modular Power Supply, NA Version, Refurbish CP-9020057-UK AXi Series, 1500 Watt, Fully Modular Power Supply, UK Version CP-9020008-AU Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, AU Version CP-9020008-CN Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, CN Version CP-9020008-EU Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, EU Version CP-9020008-JP Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, JP Version CP-9020008-KR Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, KR Version CP-9020008-NA Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, US Version CP-9020008-NA/RF Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, US Version, Refurbish CP-9020008-UK Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, UK Version CP-9020037-NA/RF Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, NA Version, Refurbish CP-9020037-AU Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Mdoular PSU, AU Version CP-9020037-CN Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Mdoular PSU, CN Version CP-9020037-EU Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, EU Version CP-9020037-JP Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Mdoular PSU, JP Version CP-9020037-KR Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Mdoular PSU, KR Version CP-9020037-NA Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, NA Version CP-9020037-UK Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 860W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, UK Version CP-9020008-WW Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, No Ac Cord Version CP-9020008-TW Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 1200W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, TW Version CP-9020036-TW Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 750W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, TW Version CP-9020036-NA/RF Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, NA Version, Refurbish CP-9020036-AU Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, AU Version CP-9020036-CN Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, CN Version CP-9020036-KR Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, KR Version CP-9020036-EU Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, EU Version CP-9020036-JP Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 750W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, JP Version CP-9020036-NA Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, NA Version CP-9020036-UK Professional Platinum Series with Corsair Link, 760W, ATX, EPS12V, Fully Modular PSU, UK Version
  4. because every time i missed a required field and going back then it removed all the info,the psu drop down was missing the psu i had and i got it from corsair store but it wouldnt accept it part number is CP-9020036-NA
  5. i spent an hour filling out an rma,it needs the part number but its not listed in the drop down menu,i get it from the web,it wont accept it,then ALL my filled in info is gone and wanting me to redo it again. can i just call regarding this? its no wonder people get pissed from being jerked around from such a screwed up rma process
  6. This is the center section of the rear cover which houses the leds and mounts 3 Xt ssd's,a farbwerk for the lighting and 2 Aquaero's for fan control. I still need to glue the leds around the ssd's and then start mounting the hardware Once done the leds will monitor every component for temperature. http://s39.photobucket.com/user/wytnyt123/media/IMG_3954_zpsltqtem8h.jpg.html http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/wytnyt123/IMG_3954_zpsltqtem8h.jpg
  7. wytnyt

    Damn it!

    no manual,all 10 fans start stop as needed according to temp and have a choice of fan speed to spin up initially from 0-5 seconds
  8. wytnyt

    Damn it!

    Id like to say but in doing so would likely break forum policy and get deleted however the answer can be readily found. In regards to setting fans to 30% you risk stalling them which could cause them to ramp to max before settling back down or even worse and cause them to fault and remain at zero which of course renders them useless till theres a restart,this may be why corsair sets them at 40% as im sure they know their limitations even more so why i like being able to fully turn off till needed,:D:
  9. wytnyt

    Damn it!

    I have 0 rpm on any of my 10 fans,start/stop on demand
  10. use a voltmeter to find the positive lead exiting your led node,the other wires are just led colors,you cant go wrong
  11. so why buy something that you know has issues ?
  12. maybe corsair should drop all the pretty bells and whistles in their software which would make having a workable software so much easier and then go from there. they have a habit of taking broken software and adding to it.
  13. just did a test fit to insure the 3 layers of the new back cover will line up properly,needs a little squaring up as i suspect the case isn't fully square http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/wytnyt123/IMG_3933_zpsqoqwtawz.jpg
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