Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL
Naw... everyone is entitled to their opinions... it's all good. Regardless of the case - it's what you do with it that matters most. CL definitely isn't for everyone (for one thing you need some pretty deep pockets or it's a waste). I've seen many incredible builds in the TJ07 which I love. I still won't ever buy another Silverstone case again (because I feel the same about them as deafboy does about CL) but that doesn't stop me from drooling over some of the very, very sexy rigs people have built in them. The inspiration for this build being first and foremost among those.
You do have a very good point! That's the way some people feel about this case, they hate Apple but they love the build!
Originally Posted by wermad
Jeff, did you have to sand down some areas to make it fit (remove some powder coating)? Just curious if you're selling it whole or in parts
I haven't had to sand down anything which is nice. There are just some minor things that need to be done to the case to complete it like making the holes on the top for the screws for the rad a bit larger, adding the 5.25in bay cover, some touch up paint. And yes, I will be selling the whole case, but not the components in it
Here's the quote from an earlier post about what is included when you purchase the case:
I will be selling the case. The stuff that will be included with the case is:
-both radiators and fans for the radiators
-rear case fans
-Corsair TX-850 Power Supply
My asking price is $600. This may seem like a lot to some of you guys but I have a LOT of hours into this case. The powder on this case alone is $150. So, let's do the math:
$50 (original price of case)
$150 (powder coating)
$125 (power supply)
Total: $600 which I think is completely fair. Plus, you get a free fan controller.
*EDIT* Do you think I would attract more attention if I sold my X79 system with the case? That way, I could get more money for the computer and spend some more on my Little Devil case.Edited by Jeffinslaw - 5/29/13 at 9:00pm