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Cooler Master 4-in-3 Device Module Cage
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs Great cage for some extra air flow. 01/04/2014

This review is from: Cooler Master 4-in-3 Device Module Cage

Pros: I bought this cage because I have a Cooler Master Haf-X XL-ATX (Blue fan light edition) and 3 of the front slots I don't use so I wanted to put a fan in the place of them and this worked out GREAT. I don't have any hard drives in this cage, even though I could. I just use it for more air flow. I love that it has a filter on it. The price isn't that bad either. It was a great buy.

Cons: Only real issues I had with this, if I had to say anything, was that you have to completely take the front section apart if you want to really clean the filter off thoroughly. Also, it would be nice if the fan was a little easier to replace since it's held on with plastic push-pins that could break. With there was a way to use screws. Maybe you can and I missed that. (I talk about how to swap out the fan in the "Other thoughts")

Other Thoughts: I've been looking around and have not seen ANYONE that has changed the fan on this cage so I just did it myself and I hope this helps anyone that needs it. I got in a Corsair AF120mm fan and just replaced the fan it comes with. I lost the light of the old fan, but got a LOT of air flow now. There are 2 screws on on both sides of the case that holds on the front black cover. Then there are plastic push-pins that are holding on the fan. You push the middle of the pin out from the back side allowing you to pull out the whole pin and releasing the fan. You just do everything in revers and you have a new fan in your cage. JUST MAKE SURE you take your time on the plastic pins so that you don't brake them. Sorry I didn't take pictures or do a video to help anyone that needs it. I thought I should have when I finished since I have NEVER seen anyone that has posted how to replace the fan.

Cooler Master 4-in-3 Device Module Cage
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs OVERALL great casing (can be noisy) 02/02/2013

This review is from: Cooler Master 4-in-3 Device Module Cage

Pros: It looks great in my HAF X Blue Edition. Pretty much looks like it is part of the case. MOST of the time it's quiet. Easy to install. Has a mesh filter. Great idea for filling 3 extra bay slots.

Cons: The front of the casing is not made to detach so it's not easy to clean out unless you open your case and use air from inside blowing out or you just pull the case out. Since the front is not made to come off you can not take out the mesh filter to clean it off. MOST of the time it's quiet, but after about 5 or so months, mine has begone to, on random occasions, make a loud revving noise when my computer is starting up and sometimes I can't make it go away until I tap the sides of my case where the fan is located.

Other Thoughts: You can make the front of the casing come off, but you could ultimately end up breaking something since it's not made to. I mainly brought it down 1 egg because of the noise it sometimes makes on start-up.

Intel BXRTS2011LC Liquid-cooled Thermal Solution For the LGA2011 Socket
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: -Beautiful Fan.
-Very Bright.
-I love how the Intel logo lights up as well.
-I put a COOLER MASTER R4-L2R-20AC-GP 120mm Blue on the other side of the radiator to keep with the blue theme and to complete the push/pull configuration.

Cons: -Instructions were just pictures and not even very good pictures at that. If I was going to take away an egg it would be because of this since it could cause people that this was their first coolant fan installation to have problems.

Other Thoughts: -I was able to go online and find a YouTube video that Intel has put out SHOWING step-by-step directions on how to install this coolant fan, just in case I missed something.
-Here is the link to the video to help anyone that might need it:


Jason A.'s Profile

Display Name: Jason A.

Date Joined: 04/02/08

  • Reviews: 6
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  • First Review: 01/07/12
  • Last Review: 01/04/14
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