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    You need to improve your case designs by a long shot.
    1. Improve the interior design on the cases (this is also available for all manufacturers) by properly orienting the hard drive cages and simplifying the layout (stacker or classic layout), make sufficient provisions for watercooling radiators to be installed without any hassles, provide a space behinf the motherboard tray for hiding wires(a snake pit) and leave some room for modding
    2. Clean out all the crap from the exterior of the cases (no unnecessary plastics)
    The PSU department is ok because the OEMs used for your products are good.
    Improve the watercooling product range by making decent blocks and radiators.

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    Hello, not sure if it's the right forum section but seems to be
    In fat I'm searching all other the web but can't find this kind of tubing, I mean these one :

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/misc/picture...up/3p3.jpg&1=1

    These are not Norprene, not Tygon R36XX, not Masterkleer, seems to be rubber/silicone tubing but special, think they are not expensive cause Thermaltake kits are very affordable, so if you have any starting idea where to search, I take it.
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    Unfortunately that tubing is from a much older product and we do not have it available any longer.

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    Can you give any specs about this tubing even if old ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noobzed View Post
    Can you give any specs about this tubing even if old ?
    Let me see what I can dig up this may take a lil time, but I will try

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    re-release the ThermalTake SwordM so the uk market can buy it , dam class case also noobzed i love the Captain Spalding avatar lol
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    A couple digs (which applies to most manufacturers, at least so far as cases and power supplies go).

    1. I'd love the option to turn off the LEDs in fans. In all fans--not just expensive ones. Perhaps a simple switch that opens the circuit.

    2. I think there is a lack of decent-quality yet budget mATX cases. Honestly, if I'm putting together a simple machine, I don't want to spend $80 on a decent mATX chassis when a full-size ATX chassis is $50. I can't imagine how a smaller box and less sheet metal could be more expensive. I do understand, however, that logistics is expensive and products that don't sell cost your company warehouse bills. If I'm putting together a low-end system with an mATX board, I really do want a chassis to match. My optimal mATX chassis would have about 4 internal 3.5" bays, 1 external 3.5" bay, and 2 external 5.25" bays. There would be no LED fans though perhaps a lit power button (a diffuser really is a must). Some space behind the motherboard would be excellent, too. Last thing: minimal plastic. If you're using plastic, make it sufficiently thick that it won't easily break. Keep the designs simple--preferably with good horizontal or vertical lines and minimize the visual chaos.

    3. I think your TR2-430 could really use an upgrade. It's behind in the times: from memory, it has passive PFC and isn't rated for efficiency. I realize it costs money to get certified, but I think it'd be a worthwhile investment if Thermaltake wants to step up its game against Antec. Add in active PFC and improve design for 80 PLUS (at a minimum) certification and I'd certainly buy one for my next low-end build. Perhaps you could even bundle it with a new mATX chassis.

    4. I think all indicator LEDs should really come with diffusers again. That's one feature I miss with a lot of cases--you end up with too-bright LEDs meaning that, at night, a gamer could be quite blinded. Or, if you keep a computer in your bedroom (as many high school and college students do, not to mention young adults with either roommates or studio apartments), you're blinded at night as a blue glow takes over the room. I'm just saying it's a simple thing that I've noticed missing on a lot of cases. Even my sister's Xaser VI, from memory, lacks diffusers.

    5. Internal USB 3.0 header connectors are really necessary now, I think. Perhaps Thermaltake could also manufacture and sell some header-to-extension-cord adapters and perhaps right-angle adapters. The entire idea being that all but new entry-level motherboards have USB 3.0 headers onboard and it would be best to use them. The first adapter could be its own kit to steal USB 3.0 ports from your rear I/O while the second adapter could work, in specific cases, to help route cables. Further, they're a tiny item with a high contribution margin that would get a lot more use outside Thermaltake too. I just hate having external USB 3.0 cables when internal headers are really more suited. Oh, and go for all USB 3.0--if you want USB 2.0 too, stick another pair of ports on the system.

    6. I think we'd be well-served by new card readers--perhaps without gaudy face-plates. I'd also be interested in a card reader with front USB & audio, for cases where the former is lacking or the latter is broken. Use black plastic on the internals as well--I've been annoyed by white plastic detracting from appearances. Perhaps some way to disable the power LED on many of these things too--I've noted that they're often too bright as well. Perhaps a removable jumper?

    Honestly, most of these items would warrant a slight price premium. I'd imagine that LED diffusers and fan LED switches could be implemented for <$1/case and that Thermaltake could get a few bucks extra outta me. If nothing else, it's an extra level of polish that many rivals don't have. Further, I think that mATX cases are a bit ridiculously priced. There's literally less there but they're sold for such a premium that I don't want to buy them.
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    I find it hard to get spec info etc on EOL products on TT website - could you please make a 'subsection' link on the site which has ALL previous products listed etc?
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    Nice, it is always admirable when a company listens to customers, go Thermaltake
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    a case like lianli but with better interiors and standard 120/140 fans (withount any stupid and useless think like color fans and limited fan controller)
    a fan like noctua qualitiy (rotor noise)
    a cooler like noctua and thermalright (fan replaceable)
    a psu like seasonic (best fan and anostishing quality build)
    a liquid cooler better of aseteck (pump nosie is the most stupid think i ever listen)
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiro_uspsss View Post
    I find it hard to get spec info etc on EOL products on TT website - could you please make a 'subsection' link on the site which has ALL previous products listed etc?
    Hello,

    Sorry for missing this but there is a link for discontinued items.

    Go to SUPPORT>LEGACY PRODUCT (found on tabs mid page)

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    I would love to see a VH6000 interior inside a simple exterior. No silly side fans or weird shapes to the case. 3x 140 fan compatibility on the top with plenty of top clearance for a full width rad and push pull fans without interfering with the motherboard. 2x 140 rear exhaust. 2x 140 front intake.
    USB 3.0 ports with USB 3.0 card reader integrated into the case. Front panel cables routed through the top or backside panel instead of hanging down through the front bays. Not sure why mfg never route cables in a neat fashion. Bottom mount PSU.

    I'd love to see Tt invest in some serious cooling. Maybe reach out to some guys here that really know their stuff.

    I see the Water 2.0 products were released recently but they look like rebranded Corsair/Antec units. Make a kit that would compete with something I would build myself.
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    Hello, I have a warranty question.
    I have a TP 700 AP-p/n W0105RU purchased in March 2008 which, after *almost* 5 years of good service, just shut down by itself one morning after bootup and running windows for 10 mins. It now refuses to stay powered up, it'll just blink on for a split second and crap out again and I can hear the psu circuitry make a soft "digital steam escaping" squeaking noise whether I use the power switch or disconnect everything and just do the green wire to ground procedure. BTW in regards to my Sig,my processor is now a Xeon X3380 if it helps to know.

    My question is- Is the warranty for 3 years or 5 years for this product, and if it's 5, can I present the serial # as a date proof as the receipt is currently yet to be found?
    I appreciate any help/response, thank you.

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    *Bump*
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Nice, it is always admirable when a company listens to customers, go Thermaltake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrmionicshaman View Post
    Hello, I have a warranty question.
    I have a TP 700 AP-p/n W0105RU purchased in March 2008 which, after *almost* 5 years of good service, just shut down by itself one morning after bootup and running windows for 10 mins. It now refuses to stay powered up, it'll just blink on for a split second and crap out again and I can hear the psu circuitry make a soft "digital steam escaping" squeaking noise whether I use the power switch or disconnect everything and just do the green wire to ground procedure. BTW in regards to my Sig,my processor is now a Xeon X3380 if it helps to know.

    My question is- Is the warranty for 3 years or 5 years for this product, and if it's 5, can I present the serial # as a date proof as the receipt is currently yet to be found?
    I appreciate any help/response, thank you.

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    Hi There sorry for the lateness of reply,

    Unfortunately I do not handle RMA inquiries as that is a different group of people here in the USA office but you can email them your information and they should be able to look into it for you.

    Please pm me your contact email address and I will have someone work with you on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itznfb View Post
    I would love to see a VH6000 interior inside a simple exterior. No silly side fans or weird shapes to the case. 3x 140 fan compatibility on the top with plenty of top clearance for a full width rad and push pull fans without interfering with the motherboard. 2x 140 rear exhaust. 2x 140 front intake.
    USB 3.0 ports with USB 3.0 card reader integrated into the case. Front panel cables routed through the top or backside panel instead of hanging down through the front bays. Not sure why mfg never route cables in a neat fashion. Bottom mount PSU.

    I'd love to see Tt invest in some serious cooling. Maybe reach out to some guys here that really know their stuff.

    I see the Water 2.0 products were released recently but they look like rebranded Corsair/Antec units. Make a kit that would compete with something I would build myself.
    I like your ideas, It sounds like many I have pitched to our own design team..

    but in the chassis side there is alot that goes into designing manufacturing and distribution of a case.

    also the amount of users who will utilize the exact design you posted. the room alone for the push/pull with that large of a rad means the case will be quite huge. and many people dont want super tower sized chassis....

    and thats just a small part of the dynamicsthat go into making a chassis.... but I hope you will like the direction some of our new chassis are heading very soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tt Enthusiasts View Post
    also the amount of users who will utilize the exact design you posted. the room alone for the push/pull with that large of a rad means the case will be quite huge. and many people dont want super tower sized chassis....

    and thats just a small part of the dynamicsthat go into making a chassis.... but I hope you will like the direction some of our new chassis are heading very soon
    That's what everyone thought prior to the Switch 810. Look at how popular that case is.

    I often check out the Tt site. Even if there isn't anything I want you guys always come out with some interesting stuff.

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    I'd love a PCB-wide heatsink to cover VRMs & memory for a Sapphire HD7950 Vapor-X. Without great inconvenience and a substantial investment of time theres nothing I can custom make to properly cool the over enthusiastic VRMs of the Vapor-X. The VRMs in question which get all too excited GPU-Z refers to as "VRM Temperature 1". Modifying a old VRM heatsink I had kicking about I managed to cool said hothead VRMs down from 110c+ down to a max of 99c (this is with +15% board power, 1175 GPU / 1605 Mem running Unigine Heaven 3.0 everything set to max) but of course this is still entirely too bloody hot. So a board-wide heatsink for the VRMs / memory would be greatly loved by many Sapphire Vapor-X owners

    The offending PCB:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tt Enthusiasts View Post
    Hi There sorry for the lateness of reply,

    Unfortunately I do not handle RMA inquiries as that is a different group of people here in the USA office but you can email them your information and they should be able to look into it for you.

    Please pm me your contact email address and I will have someone work with you on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ket View Post
    I'd love a PCB-wide heatsink to cover VRMs & memory for a Sapphire HD7950 Vapor-X. Without great inconvenience and a substantial investment of time theres nothing I can custom make to properly cool the over enthusiastic VRMs of the Vapor-X. The VRMs in question which get all too excited GPU-Z refers to as "VRM Temperature 1". Modifying a old VRM heatsink I had kicking about I managed to cool said hothead VRMs down from 110c+ down to a max of 99c (this is with +15% board power, 1175 GPU / 1605 Mem running Unigine Heaven 3.0 everything set to max) but of course this is still entirely too bloody hot. So a board-wide heatsink for the VRMs / memory would be greatly loved by many Sapphire Vapor-X owners

    The offending PCB:

    I like the idea as I have a couple of those same cards and they run hot as all.... well you get the idea....

    a main cooling plate which spreads the heat away would definitely help but i think it would still need more than that as the VRM components simply dump way too much heat in such a small space that even with optimal contact and a material with excellent conductivity there is only so much you can pull away.

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    I really like the look of the two new cases!

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    I love the look of the new series, but why did you forget the watercoolers.....

    I really thought we have a good replacement for the larger towers...

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    How about a generic decent VGA air cooler with the option to connect a water setup to it to increase cooling capabilities if the user wants to? I'd buy one for my Asus 7970... asus's heatsink sucks horribly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STEvil View Post
    How about a generic decent VGA air cooler with the option to connect a water setup to it to increase cooling capabilities if the user wants to? I'd buy one for my Asus 7970... asus's heatsink sucks horribly.
    Something like the artic cooling accelero hybrid perhaps?

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