CM Storm Trooper gets a window!

Whats the white one...?

CM Storm Trooper gets a window!


All this for a window panel? 

No don't worry we have not completely lost our minds, that said it is awesome that the CM Storm Trooper does indeed at least have an aftermarket option for you to buy a window panel. For those of you eagle eyed enough to see what the hidden message is in this video be sure to check back on the 19th when the full review will be live! Technically it has not even had its official launch yet although it has been seen at Computex this week!




Window panel is available to purchase HERE - You can discuss your thoughts in the OC3D Forums.

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20-05-2012, 14:50:52

nepas
Have you monitored the voltage on the card?could it be trying to run at the downclocked volts whilst trying to run at 3D speeds?

20-05-2012, 15:56:20

KING_OF_SAND


Furmark damaged my card! Locked the fan to 20 percent without thinking, ran furmark then went to make a cup of tea. Came back to the card at 120 degrees C and then constant crashes and stuff since then! Cant really blame furmark for that though :)

The fan is not really an indicator since that can draw it's power straight from the motherboard or power cable without being controlled by the gpu if it is having problems.

I'd personally RMA as it isnt worth the hassle of trying to fix it, but it's up to you. You sure it isnt overclocked too much?

100th post!! :)




Your card should have throttled down after 90c - 100c.

20-05-2012, 16:43:24

jamesriley94
umm, apparently not? it was a radeon 5770. It still works now, just constant crashes :)

20-05-2012, 17:55:09

MaXiMiZe
RMA it dude. Easiest solution.

20-05-2012, 21:05:34

kamoulox
The fan is not really an indicator since that can draw it's power straight from the motherboard or power cable without being controlled by the gpu if it is having problems.

21-05-2012, 04:19:46

Jonnydude


No it has no overclock on it atm, I Did have it running at 1150/1450 @ 1.81v for quite a few months but it was never overvolted or overheated. Always under 1.25v and 75c




That must be a typo?

Even with the AMD overclocking BIOS you can only go up to 1.3V, if its not a typo then i'd say that might be your problem

21-05-2012, 11:50:15

jamesriley94






Did you just copy and paste my previous post word for word...?

21-05-2012, 12:24:41

Liarma


Did you just copy and paste my previous post word for word...?



LOOOOOOOL it would appear so. I had someone do that to me once. Why, i do not know

29-05-2012, 14:17:05

Jubbster2510
I RMA`d the card and there gonna give me a full refund! wooo! So now i have 380 to spend again, I can probably get the 7970 version now for that money.. result :)

29-05-2012, 18:15:13

Coxey
Not such a bad result I guess
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