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Old 09-06-2018, 12:41 PM
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Important Corsair Crystal 570x black rgb power button

Hi! I have this awesome pc case and i would like to contact you to understand a couple of things:
My pc was built by experts from a store here in Florence where I live (Tradeco srl). So I'm sure there was no mistake in building it. The power button is used to turn on the PC and turn it off (or to perform the operation configured in the management of the buttons on the windows control panel). I would like to know if it is normal that if the PC freezes, holding down the power button nothing happens and a hard shutdown is not performed. In the old PC chassis (cooler master pro 5) if I kept the power button pressed, the PC would perform a hard shutdown, which does not happen now. To turn it off, in case of a crash or necessity, I have to switch it off from the power supply. I add that, as said before, everything is working perfectly and the power sw and pled - / + pins have been inserted correctly on the motherboard. Thanks in advance, and again congratulations ... it's the most beautiful and qualitative chassiss I've ever had. I love the build quality of your products. Have a good day.
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