Jump to content
Corsair Community

Search the Community

Showing results for tags '4000d'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • CORSAIR COMMS DEPARTMENT
    • Community Rules & Announcements
    • Live Event Announcements
    • New Product Releases
  • COMMUNITY DISCUSSIONS
    • Non-CORSAIR Tech, Benchmarks, and Overclocking
    • Games & Gaming
    • Battlestation and Build Showcase
  • TECHNICAL SUPPORT & CUSTOMER SERVICE
    • English Support
  • PRODUCT DISCUSSIONS
    • CORSAIR Software
    • Build Hardware
    • Gaming Peripherals
    • Audio Devices
    • Battlestation Hardware: Ambient Lighting, Furniture, etc.
    • CORSAIR Pre-Built Systems
    • CORSAIR Technologies Q&A
  • Alternative Languages
    • Deutscher Support (German Support)
    • French Support
    • Spanish Support
  • LEGACY TOPICS
    • Corsair Enthusiasts Section
    • Corsair Product Discussion
    • Alternate Language Support
    • Customer Service

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


About Me


Location


Interests


Occupation


Optical Drive # 1


Homepage


ICQ


AIM


Yahoo


MSN


Skype

Found 11 results

  1. I know this is probably a long shot, but I bought a base model 4000D case a month or two ago which comes with a solid front plate and I regret not getting the Airflow model, which has a more open and airflow friendly design (who'd have thought). Mine: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Mid-Tower-ATX-Cases/4000D-Tempered-Glass-Mid-Tower-ATX-Case/p/CC-9011198-WW Airflow: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Mid-Tower-ATX-Cases/4000D-Airflow-Tempered-Glass-Mid-Tower-ATX-Case/p/CC-9011200-WW Also, if a Corsair rep (or anyone who knows) happens to come across this; is it possible to just buy the Airflow front plate separately? I'd definitely be willing to do that if nobody wants to trade, but I'm not sure how. Thanks!
  2. Hey, i was wondering if a Corsair icue h150i rgb pro xt would fit inside a 4000d airflow. I know if it does it needs to be infront, with tubes up. Some people say it does and other says in dosent. I have seen pictures of it fitting. But im not quite sure
  3. WOuld anyone know if there are any Vertical mounts that are compatible with the Corsair 4000D AF or 5000D AF? im looking to vertical mount a EVGA RTX 3070 FTW3, and dont want to have to remove parts of the PCI slots
  4. When I go to bed I'll simply put my PC to sleep to be able to easily access it the next morning. I have a Corsair 4000X with an h100i elite capellix, and all my 6 fans are plugged into the included Commander Pro. Whenever my PC goes to sleep, whether automatic or manually, once it is awoken the fans don't light up, though the AIO pump does and iCUE is still running. The only fix is to go into iCUE, click the "lighting setup" tab, and then click "lighting effects" and then my lights are back until the PC is asleep once again. It also sometimes happens when the PC was restarted or turned off. Anyone know of a fix?
  5. Hello. I've seen similar posts about 3D printing here, so I think it's not restricted here... I did clips 3D model for my other case (non Corsair one) some time ago, so I have an experience, and interested in making such for the 4000D /4000X (these https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Accessories-%7C-Parts/iCUE-4000X-4000D-4000D-Airflow-Front-Bezel-Mounting-Snaps%2C-Black/p/CC-8900444) and publishing to the Thingverse. Think it will be good for the community. And these are almost permanently out of stock, so it makes sense I quess. I need small assistance of a person who has one of these cases, an ordinary 2D paper scanner and a caliper (for size measuring). What I need is scan (2D ordinary black/white scan, made by any paper scanner) of flat surface of the clip, and some measures with a caliper (in millimeters, tenths of a millimeter precision): item width (see attachment 2): and some other measures (see attachment 1): Thx
  6. Hi Everyone, We've noticed that there have been some questions about the best way to handle the side panels on the 4000 and 5000 Series cases, so we've gone ahead and put together this quick how-to video for reference. [ame] [/ame] Happy PC building!
  7. Hi, Building for first time and looking for advice. When installing my motherboard to the case all items I had read led me to use the coarser 6-32 screws in the built in standoff on the case. Trying three times I could not get the screws to thread. I then used the smaller M3 screws and all went very well. My question is, do I need to persevere with the 6-32 screws or will the M3 used suffice? The board certainly feels and looks secure. Many thanks in advance. R
  8. Hi Guys, Looking for advice. Im trying to get the best optimal airflow and performance from my 4000D, But with all the options of corsair fans LL, ML, SL etc I cant make my mind up whats best to use. Im waiting on out 5600x coming and looking to add a 280mm AIO (Not sure what one same reasons lol) But if i add an AIO whats the best fans to use for the case and AIO? RBG isnt an issue as im not too fussed. Looking for options with and with out RGB. Thanks
  9. Hi my name is zack and I am asking for your help because i am looking at doing a case swap and I wanna see what soft tubing water cooling would look like and just some general ideas right now I have a 360mm radiator and a xd5 pump please post your replies below it would mean a lot thanks
  10. abuchan

    Audio Issues

    I recently built a pc, and my case audio jack only works for the speakers, the microphone in my headset won't work with the audio jack on front. Then, I tried it with a different pair of earbuds and it didn't work. I have doubled and triple checked where it is plugged in on my motherboard and it still doesn't work. If you have any ideas for anything that I could do please let me know!
  11. Gamers Nexus recommended orienting vertically mounted radiators with the water lines entering the bottom to reduce the chance that air bubbles will cause circulation problems. One early review of the Airflow 4000D pointed out that you can not correctly mount a 360mm radiator at the front because the gap between the radiator and lower shroud is too narrow to accommodate the water lines. You must therefore mount the radiator "upside-down" in a not recommended orientation. You also can not mount a top radiator unless you have low-profile (LPX) RAM. I don't have LPX RAM, and I would rather rock my Dominator Platinum RGBs. And finally, a 280mm radiator at the front looks terrible. I am considering a case upgrade to the 4000D Airflow because of the great thermal performance reported in the reviews, and it looks much nicer than my 680X. So given the criteria of looks, performance, and having a reliable configuration, what is the best way to water cool this case using an AIO? Could you loop the pipes through a cable gap at the bottom? Note: I do hope Corsair develop a 360mm radiator with L bend attachments at the base so it could front mount on the 4000D Airflow.
×
×
  • Create New...