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I'm curious about this as well....no one has heard a thing i believe.

I sent 2 emails and have not gotten any response.
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post #2652 of 6035
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Got it all together and heres how it looks.
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now the awesome part is....i get to rma the mobo w00t.....what fun lol. mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

What happened with your mobo? I thought it was your PSU that needed RMA
Looking good though smile.gif
    
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450
sign me up!
Doesn't fit under my desk lol.

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post #2654 of 6035
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

How u RMAing with NEWEGG i gotta RMA my GPU.. heh keeps Randomly crashing in fire fox...
Im not a big fan of losing money cause they sent me a defective product... gonna cost me like 20$ to ship it usps..

Why would you ship it USPS? On top of that, i'm pretty sure that with defective merchandise, they pay the shipping. At least.... in my experiences that seems to have been the case. Shipped them back a defective TV.... think it was 42". Capacitors blew after less than a day of use. They paid return shipping IIRC.

If you submitted the RMA already, and weren't automatically given a prepaid return shipping label, i'd contact their customer support. they'll more than likely do so. Paying return shipping because you don't like something is one thing. Doing so because of a wrong shipment or faulty goods is completely different.
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Why would you ship it USPS? On top of that, i'm pretty sure that with defective merchandise, they pay the shipping. At least.... in my experiences that seems to have been the case. Shipped them back a defective TV.... think it was 42". Capacitors blew after less than a day of use. They paid return shipping IIRC.
If you submitted the RMA already, and weren't automatically given a prepaid return shipping label, i'd contact their customer support. they'll more than likely do so. Paying return shipping because you don't like something is one thing. Doing so because of a wrong shipment or faulty goods is completely different.
what he said. Give them a call.....



On a side note.....re did everything for ****s and giggles and got the mobo to post and go to bios and couldn't go further since i don't have windows or any OS installed atm lol. BUT it seems like everything works......so....happy....lol
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On a side note.....re did everything for ****s and giggles and got the mobo to post and go to bios and couldn't go further since i don't have windows or any OS installed atm lol. BUT it seems like everything works......so....happy....lol

Good to hear. There are many things to accidentally overlook when being excited and building a new rig. To be honest, I would have been surprised for an Asus mobo to have been dead on arrival.

Just ordered a 128 and 256 gig Samsung 830's for my setup. Smaller drive for the OS, larger one for Steam games and the old 120GB Vertex 2 takes duty for non-Steam games. Still have to keep one regular hard-drive for work related data though. frown.gif
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post #2657 of 6035
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I'm sure I've seen coolmeister (I think?) mount a 480 rad on the Cosmos II a while back. He did mod the area underneath the fan control assembly in order to accommodate the fourth hole for the 480.
Anybody tried fitting a 140mm rad at the back for their loop?

Yeah your right a 480 can be done up top with some modding. As for the Exhaust 140 it might hit your Graphics card? Could mount it on the outside and run the tubes out the rubber holes of the back of the case, or maybe a 120 inside might fit.thumb.gif
post #2658 of 6035
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

I plugged it all in and it just wouldn't go lol Asus and newegg say it's the 24 pin connector. I tested my ax1200 paperclip and it worked perfectly.......ugh......I have to buy more thermal paste while waiting now lol....any recommendations?
also that 24 pin wire was hidden earlier I was testing something when i took the pic last night lol.




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post #2659 of 6035
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

I plugged it all in and it just wouldn't go lol Asus and newegg say it's the 24 pin connector. I tested my ax1200 paperclip and it worked perfectly.......ugh......I have to buy more thermal paste while waiting now lol....any recommendations?
also that 24 pin wire was hidden earlier I was testing something when i took the pic last night lol



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post #2660 of 6035
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Yeah your right a 480 can be done up top with some modding. As for the Exhaust 140 it might hit your Graphics card? Could mount it on the outside and run the tubes out the rubber holes of the back of the case, or maybe a 120 inside might fit.thumb.gif

It'll clear my GTX 680; there's a PCI slot in between the two, so clearance wouldn't be an issue. Not quite sure with my incoming Maximus V Formula, though. The slots might not be aligned the same way as my GIGABYTE board.

I wish I could borrow a 140 rad before I buy one... but sadly no one is selling a slim 140 over here. just the black ice sr1. Anybody with a slim 140 rad in their loop care to give the dimensions of the bottom part of their rad? Or I think I could mount the rad upside-down so it wouldn't have any problems. Lol.
    
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