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Antec P180B, SeaSonic M12-700W PSU, and 8xScythe S-Flex Fans arrived!!

Scythe fans are a whisper! Makes my 16dBA TT BT Fan seem loud. It's amazing, I have my computer on right now, so my AC5 can cure, and the Power Supply to this HP Laptop is louder than my case, this is without rubber grommets, fan silencers, and sound dampening foam so I am hoping to see a nice 2-4dBA drop due to those three components there!

My Power Supply Rules! I have so many extra cables out of the case and I can't wait to post a picture with these bundles of cables unused! I almost feel bad, those prefectly sleeved cables will be wasted. [/Cries] I need to get Quad SLi, Raid 0+1, and LED's to use on those fans. [/Cries]

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im patient.

hurry up now please

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Got them into Adobe, chill. Moments now so sit tight, I only have 4 of them right now but you can feast your eyes on the horrid cable management until I post other pictures.

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lol ninja boy ill have almost the same rig as you


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Pictures!

Peek-A-Boo OCZ is a picture I took because I can finally see my pretty $359.68 OCZ Enchanced Latency Platinum Limitied Edition Ram since my Creative Audigy 2 Sound Blaster Value card has taken the place of my onboard audio. So, that leaves a little gap.

I Know Your Jealous is self explaitory.

SeaSonic Box is a picture of the very nice, clean, great SeaSonic box. Everything was wrapped nicely, nothing damaged, everything in place and logical. Big thumbs up there.

And, lastly, a picture of my side panel, for no reason at all.


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PICTURES! LOOK IN THE POST ABOVE.
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OMG I DIDNT SEE LOL

Theres some kind of octapus on your soundcard?

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You didn't see my new soundcard or you didn't see my ram?


Edit - So my Sound Card doesn't get jealous.
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Your ram is secks....but that wire managament could use some work.....other than that its sick

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Okay, now, review time!

Antec P180B:
Amazing. This case in untouchable. It came in a huge box, weighing in a 40.8lbs, according to FedEx. It came with huge foam protectors around it and cardboard around the actual tower. Once that all came off there was a thin protective blue plastic to prevent scratches and, it works. The quality of the case is amazing, I have chrome thumb screws to close my side panel, and a bunch of high quality, expensive metals to make sure this thing lasts. The top fan, grill, if want to call it that, I prefur spoiler, came wrapped in plastic and was in the HDD Cage, to keep it safe. It came with screws, mounts for your motherboard, and everything you need to build your case, and more left over to mod. Which is always a plus. My temps, at 2.8GHz, equalled the temps of my Asus at 2.4GHz, I have 27C idle on CPU running at 2.8GHz and 48C chipset temp, I'm thinking of getting a nice Southbridge cooler and lapping it to replace the DFI black, plastic cooler. Case: 10/10
Four 120mm Case Fans, One 120mm PSU Fan + One 60mm PSU Fan, One 120mm Big Typhoon Fan is 780mm of cooling power. Nice. That beats 280mm (One 120mm, Two 80mm) by a lot.

The fans are amazing, silent, only 800rpm, yet push a lot of air when you put your hand next to them. It's an amazing dBA:CFM ratio. I love them, only downside is that they make my Big Typhoon 16dBA Fan seem loud. Looks I'm going to need to get that SilenX fan for the Big Typhoon/Tuniq Tower after all. Amazing, nice packaging, came with adaptors and screws: 10/10

Power Supply is amazing, came with an installing guide and brochure writen in English, Italian, French, Dutch, Japense, and Chinese. Very nice quality product with nice chrome, metal, and everything works. Not just randomly slapped on stickers either, only downside to it is that it's a bit long for the P180B PSU Cage, but I got the modular cables, 120x25mm bottom fan, and the PSU to fit and fed the cables through the designated area in the P180B. I love it; 700W, plenty of amps, Quad SLi ready: 10/10
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