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Ken429

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  1. Thanks for the information. I submitted a request for the replacement front fascia. It was accepted. We'll see how it works out.
  2. One of the two clips that is on the front of the 750D case stopped locking (for want of a better word). It looks like I have to buy the whole Front Fascia in order to lock the cover on both sides. Seems like a lot of trouble to replace a $.50 part! Am I missing something? I've got four of these cases and really like them - hope this clip failure is an anomaly.
  3. Ken429

    750D and H115i

    Thanks for the response. You're correct. I just received the 750D case and it is obvious that all I need is the grate if I want an air flow version!
  4. Ken429

    750D and H115i

    Looks like you guys Hijacked my thread and never came back!
  5. Ken429

    750D and H115i

    Did not answer my original question! I was just curious since the air flow case "looks" better. Since Ill be using an AIO cooler the air flow is probably a mute point.
  6. Ken429

    750D and H115i

    Thanks for the information. One more 750D question - if I want to convert the 750D case to a 750D Airflow version do I need to buy the Front Facia (CC8930169) and the Airflow Kit (CC8930331)?
  7. Ken429

    750D and H115i

    Will the 750D handle a H115i cooler on the top of the case without conflicting with the MB and/or the 5.25 drive holders?
  8. I have an "old" H100 and it works just fine connected to the MB fan connectors...and...it does not use the Link Software! If the H100iGTX is screwed up and does not report information correctly unless it is using the Link Software what about the other newer versions of the H100i? Can I connect the fans and pump to the MB connectors and get the correct rpm readings?
  9. Oops, it's a H100i GTX. Does that make a difference? I looked in the BIOS, used ATuning and HWInfo64. They all show no pump rpm on the Power Fan header.
  10. I just gave up on the Link Software for the H100i. For some reason W10 Update was stuck in a loop and not updating. I uninstalled the Link Software and W10 Update returned to normal! Anyway, I'm using the MB to control the radiator fans until Link is ready to prime time. I have the three wire H100i pump connected to the MB Power Fan connector. But I don't get any reading of the pump rpm's. Is this normal or do I have to do something to the H100i firmware or whatever to get it to show?
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