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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. (FIH) The Don

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    is it for #2 rig in your specs?
     
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    Indeed it is. Have you or anyone else seen a good deal on a solid, used 400W-600W modular or regular unit for sale on here? I'd rather get one new, but I don't want to spend more than like $50 shipped for one.
     
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    That was what I was looking into getting, actually before knowing that this one wouldn't have long enough cables. Seems like a great little unit, it has a lot of connections that won't be used but I'd take too many over not enough anyday.

    Looks pretty good for the price, but I think I'd rather pay $20 more for Corsair quality. Plus, a black unit would look a lot better with the black interior than a grey unit.
     
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    Hey, I don't blame you at all. I had that 400W in this rig up until today, I just got my new Corsair HX520W Modular installed not more than two hours ago. :laugh:
     
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    And where has your 400W gone? Are you putting it up for sale? The HX520W actually sounds perfect for me, but I can't find hardly any sites that sell them.
     
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    remember the HX models is like 25% more expensive than the TX, VX and CX models,
     
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    Getting to work on the after this weekend, at least stage1. Getting the cards under water;)
     
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    Take the skirt off and put those jeans on! get to it now!!!!

    ;)


    oh, btw, it looks sexy!
     
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    but the skirt matches my purse and shoes, the jeans will clash:roll:
     
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    WTH, your putting a water loop together, not hunting for "Strange"... :roll:
     
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    WOW!!! that Rig looks sweet as bro, damn that case is massive, I heard that the 800D is slightly more bigger than the Raven 1 case, but I checked the measurements on both the cases and it says the Raven 1 is slightly larger:confused::confused::confused:, maybe I have to check my source again, anyways awesome setup bro:toast::toast:
     
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    Internally the 800D has the Raven beat. They are roughly the same dimmensions.
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Nice rig sneeky!:rockout::)
     
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    Ah hell yeah, the amount of room that case has is awesome, I would luv to have this case, but Im glued to vertical cooling now:toast:
     
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    Corsair 400 for $29.99.
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicat..._mmc_o=m21CjCZ-qKdRqJ4CjC2zfGpjvixCjC2vNCnDiI

    Coupon code for another $10 off.
    Price after $10 Coupon Code QWL2557 = $19.99
    Promo expires on 6/07
     
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    holy fuckshit, thats cheapo, buy 2 or 3 and sell the rest:O
     
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    Or keep them for more rigs. Build some crunchers/folders for TPU! :D
     
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    After considering the $6.50 shipping to me, it's only $3 cheaper than getting it from Newegg. Also, the $20 MIR will be valid no matter what site you buy from. Personally, I think I'd rather support Newegg as I have never had a problem with them and they have helped me many times. Tigerdirect just seems slow, jumbled, and spammy to me.
     
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    I hear That Brother:toast: Vertical is the only way to go ( i have the RV02):rockout:

    @ sneakypete why bother with clothes just go commando
     
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    Did a little work on the loop.

    Did a bit of layout, ran into the fact I need more fittings, so waiting I am:(
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    A little closer to look at the near impossible. Stretching 3/8" Fesser tube on 1/2" Fat Boys.
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    A little bench, rack, table, whatever you want to call it. This is for the rad pump and res to sit on outside the case for testing. (Needs putty and a recoat of paint, but you get the idea)
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    hmmm you need plenty of boiling water to soften the hose (maybe not such a good idea going commando then) ;D
     
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    I gotta ask this though why not just use 1/2" tubing instead of making an easy job hard or is it to do away with having to use hose clips
     

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