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Advice for Cool Drive 4

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#1 The Trip

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Posted 28 December 2004 - 01:36 AM

My advice is, save your self the hassle and don't buy it. Unless you really want it, because, I must admit it does look cool, but....

It has the vaguest Installation guide ever, it has 3-pin connectors for your fans, which are probably 4-pin. It does not fit in the drive bay, if you were to mount it with screws (i read another guys review on that, cuz i have an a-top xblade case with easy slide drive bays). On my A-top Xblade case, the only possible way to fit it is buy inserting it through the inside, wich is extremely hard.

If you are to get any Cool Drive, I suggest Cool Drive 6, I was just at coolermaster.com and looked at its manual...and it actually has very useful things called...DIAGRAMS!, as well as EXPLANATIONS!. Even though, in my opinion the Cool Drive 4 look better, i'd imagine that 6 is more user friendly.

I just bought a Cool Drive 4 today, and tried to install it....but Now I am going to take it back tomorrow. :flowers: :thumbsup:

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#2 Grinler


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Posted 29 December 2004 - 11:17 AM

I am sorry it didnt work out the way you wanted

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