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Those look nice, wonder how good they are...I heard most prolimatech fans are nice, nothing too impressive though but way better than bitfenix stuff.
post #172 of 313
Where is the GREEN one going to go? tongue.gif
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post #173 of 313
Your paint work is outstanding! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Those look nice, wonder how good they are...I heard most prolimatech fans are nice, nothing too impressive though but way better than bitfenix stuff.

These fans really suprised me, they push a nice amount of air and are pretty quiet. Brilliant packaging, nice accessories, and the LED fans have an extremely bright light that you can see very well even in bright lighting conditions. Very happy with Prolimatech right now.
post #175 of 313
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Where is the GREEN one going to go? tongue.gif

The blue and green are for my next build :-)
post #176 of 313
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Your paint work is outstanding! thumb.gif

Thanks a lot man. I really appreciate that. It was a ton of work, but it was definetly worth it. Thanks for your interest! Stay tuned for more!
post #177 of 313
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Got my PSU a little while ago. Everything about it is breath taking. From the box, to the unit itself, to the cables, and even the sticker it comes with. This is going to be a fun review! Here is a horrible cell phone pic for a teaser!


It looks like it says "500w", but it is 1500w !!
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/23/13 at 5:53pm
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Could you comment and/or show pictures as to how easy/difficult those fans are to disassemble for painting/cleaning? Thanks.

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Could you comment and/or show pictures as to how easy/difficult those fans are to disassemble for painting/cleaning? Thanks.

I can't really intelligently comment on how to do that because I haven't read too much into how to do that, but I promise I will learn and take care of that for you. I will post some pics step-by-step for you.
post #180 of 313
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Here are the Prolimatech's in all of their glory. I love these fans!!!!


I also got some Avexir 2000Mhz RAM from a friend today.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA0ST08P6217
Already OC'd it to 2133Mhz. Love it! It has blue LED's so it throws the theme off, but I just needed new RAM to replace my 1600Mhz Corsair Vengeance that I have hated.
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