Thermaltake V9 top fan + CPU Fan Since the Thermaltake forums are useless, I thought I'd post here since I know I will get a response. On the 29th of June 2009 I purchased the Thermaltake V9 mid tower case (VJ40001W2Z) online from mwave, a computer part retail website, not an auction site. I still have the receipt/tax invoice for the purchase. Around about 5 months after purchasing when I turned the computer on the 23cm top fan began clipping the edges or supports, making a loud and unbearable noise. The case hadn't been damaged or knocked and there was no reason [on my part] for it to have broken. I took off the top part of the case off and screwed everything in tighter and tried pushing it back into place yet when I turn it on I still get the problem. I've unplugged the top fan from the power and have been able to use my computer like that, however I did spend AU$150 on this case and I am rather annoyed that after a few months this has happened. What I'm curious about is how to go about fixing this. I should mention that I am Australian, which may or may not influence any of the below questions. What are the processes to go through in order to have thermaltake fix it? If I do have it repaired/replaced by Thermaltake, would I need to send my entire case, just the top part of the case which has the fan in it, or will they just send out a replacement part for me to fit myself? Will it cost me to have Thermaltake solve this problem? If so, how much? Would it be such a hassle to have it fixed that I would be better off forgetting about the top fan and simply never buying Thermaltake again? If I were to go with a refund, would I process that through Thermaltake or the website I purchased the case from? Edit: Also, while I'm discussing fans, what are your thoughts on the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 PRO Rev.2 CPU Cooler and the Awyun V6? The 120mm fannned CPU coolers are about 5mm too long to fit in my case (Thermaltake V9), so it unfortunately has to be the smaller 92mms. If you have anything else in mind I am open to suggestions, I'm willing to spend up to AU$75 for the CPU fan. I'm curious which will be more suitable and how loud it is /vs/ performance. I mainly use my computer for browsing and playing games, with the stock cooler it sits on around about 35*C idle, 45-50*C during games and on 100% load everest stability test shows it gets up to 61/61*C (Ran the test for a minute and it seemed to settle around the early 60's mark). I don't overclock (or if I do, just the intel "turboboost") so I don't need anything too powerful, and since my computer is often left on during the night (in my bedroom), I want a decent compromise between performance and noise. Will this be too big width wise and block my RAM or anything else on the mobo? (Gigabyte P55-UD4P) Also, does anyone know what colour LED that Awyun is? Even the Awyun website doesn't state the colour. Never used a non-stock fan before so just want to make sure I get it right before I waste $30-$75 on something that won't fit/be louder than a jet.