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  1. 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
  2. So I ran into a snag with my case. Recently upgraded my radiator from a non corsair 120mm rad to an XR5 360. This is mounted in the top of my Lian Li O11d. The top panel slid on no problem. Few weeks later need to open the system up. Have issues removing the top panel. Apparently the tops of the screws are too tall which seems to be the culprit. It was recommended by Lian Li support to find flat versions of the same size screw. Not having good of luck finding flat versions of these screws. From what I understand the screws are M4-0.7 x 6mm. I have been unable to find a screws of the same spec but with a flat top. Closest thing I found are countersunk which defeats the purpose of having a low profile screw to hold the radiator in place and leave enough clearance for the top panel. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
  3. Hi guys I need some assistance. I noticed my fan was making a strange noise so i decided to see what the problem was. I noticed there was a screw missing so could anyone tell me where i can buy a replacement screw? Ive attaached a photo of the said fan Cheers! Dave
  4. Hello The Screws (x4 LGA 115X / 1366 STANDOFF) of the H115i Pro are about 2mm to long so the backplate (x1 INTEL BACKPLATE) wont fit tight. Case: Crystal 570X RGB MB: ASUS ROG Strix Z390-F Gaming Cooler: Corsair H115i Pro Anyone else know this problem? Any solutions? Ty
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