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Corsair StormShadow

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  1. Sounds like the fan blades may be out of balance. You probably should replace it.
  2. 1. You will have to be more specific, I'm not sure what you mean by "creaks". From the sound of it, it sounds like you are trying saying to say the side panel is vibrating? 2. 200mm fan is no longer relevant. We have no plan to renew that size fan at all. Sorry.
  3. The M.2 is located on the back of the motherboard for most of our CORSAIR ONE, which mean it required a complete tear down of the internal components, this is NOT recommended, unless you are a veteran builder with a lot of small form factor building experience. Your game loading time will NOT improve going from an HDD to an SSD.
  4. there's only one M.2 slot on the motherboard and it is already occupied. You can only install another SSD or HDD should you need more storage.
  5. Unfortunately you will not be able to upgrade the GPU in CORSAIR ONE.
  6. This is not true. The 1080ti in the one is a modified version of MSI DUKE card with our HG10 bracket attached to it. At any case, there WILL be a 2080ti CORSAIR ONE, we will keep you posted as the date getting closer. Stay tune!
  7. It's not something we have tested on our ends, so I cannot give you a clear answer.
  8. A good switch and I dig the tubings and the singularity pc pump/res combo, very clean. Great job!
  9. Thanks for sharing! Our teams are currently looking into this. So please stay tune and we appreciate your patience. In the meantime, I’m afraid iCUE is your best bet.
  10. Nicely done! You can also try tugging the 24-pin cable a bit further back so those unruly part passed the combs won't show in the front. (:
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