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Poll Results: Would you be interested in Purchasing this product

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 49% of voters (60)
    yes?
  • 10% of voters (13)
    no?
  • 27% of voters (34)
    maybe?
  • 24% of voters (30)
    I would pay £13 shipped for the bracket including the shim of your choice
122 Total Votes  
post #91 of 261
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if anyone has any questions please ask them
Edited by richie_2010 - 9/26/13 at 7:34am
post #92 of 261
I'm interested, but only if the price is right. Converting from pounds using Google, your suggested price comes out to just over $20 US. NZXT has said their bracket will be $15, I think Dwood's basic brackets were under $10 and fan mount brackets were $12, and the Sigma Cool ones are $14. Dwood's are no longer available and Sigma Cool's are acrylic and not metal, but if NZXT's are released at $15 you may only have interest from people who's cooler won't fit the Sigma Cool or NZXT brackets.

I'll reserve final judgement when we see how yours comes out as those diagrams are pretty minimal and don't really feel me much. I do think though that it would be better if you could come in at the $15-18 range though.
post #93 of 261
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can you link me to the nzxt brackets please.

I am trying to cut this cost down as much as I can and if I can get my costs down lower i will be able to lower my prices.
im having to use prices that i have been quoted to get that price.

i would have had it come in at £11ish but the cheapest supplier I had for the brackets pulled out as they are moving factories
post #94 of 261
Preliminary $20 USD shipped price isn't bad though.
You get the bracket, mounting hardware, and a copper shim. - ( I think I'm correct still on this)

The bracket is designed to work on a range of products, so it is still very competitive.
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post #95 of 261
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yep you get the whole package. it offers universality to the round and square pumps aswell as allowing upto a 92 mm fan
if you use a smaller fan this can be moved along the bracket and the fan bracket can be pivoted to where you need it to be.
post #96 of 261
Here is one link. I think the $15 estimate was in one of the videos from Computex.
post #97 of 261
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not the greatest pictures as the camera is rubbish but heres some pics of the parts I have at the min
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







what is shown is m3 screws m3 bolts and metal washers little Ziploc bags and about 70 bags made up with washers and nuts in
ive forgot to include a pic of the big box of bubble lined envelopes and im still awaiting more washers copper shims and the brackets

oh and them tubs were £2 from asda for 17
post #98 of 261
That's a lot of nuts.

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post #99 of 261
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ha ha,

as I said there's more stuff to come.
just got to bribe the misses to help bag it all up but she likes doing things like this.
post #100 of 261
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Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

That's a lot of nuts.

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I remember buying 400 screws at one go ... 4 types of 100 each tongue.gif
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