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post #21 of 125
You didn't do anything to your case yet?
dissapointing, in one way..
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post #22 of 125
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Originally Posted by Liradon View Post

You didn't do anything to your case yet?
dissapointing, in one way..

Sorry to disappoint you, just waiting for some other stuffs from a company, maybe fixed tomorrow, and then if everything goes as fine, A very big update will be on sunday biggrin.gif
post #23 of 125
You got sponsored? smile.gif
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You got sponsored? smile.gif
No, but it's really sexy:)
post #25 of 125
Hah ok, can't wait!
Subbed btw!
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Hah ok, can't wait!
Subbed btw!

Glad to hear:D
post #27 of 125
Nice case.

Btw you really dont need a 1000W PSU unless you are gonna go with multiple GPUs. Save yourself some money and go for a good ~600W, like this: http://www.prisjakt.nu/produkt.php?p=1026705
Review (in swedish): http://www.sweclockers.com/recension/15115-be-quiet-straight-power-e9-680-w-och-pure-power-l8-630-w/5#pagehead
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post #28 of 125
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Nice case.

Btw you really dont need a 1000W PSU unless you are gonna go with multiple GPUs. Save yourself some money and go for a good ~600W, like this: http://www.prisjakt.nu/produkt.php?p=1026705
Review (in swedish): http://www.sweclockers.com/recension/15115-be-quiet-straight-power-e9-680-w-och-pure-power-l8-630-w/5#pagehead

Yes, i know i don't need one biggrin.gif but it's really cheap biggrin.gif and i like the fully modular option thumb.gif
post #29 of 125
If you plan on making your build future proof, than buying that 1000W psu CAN be a smart choice.
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If you plan on making your build future proof, than buying that 1000W psu CAN be a smart choice.

Of course i do! biggrin.gif

A big update will be tonight biggrin.gif

Stay tuned guys tongue.gif

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