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I'm pretty sure the minime motherboard has got issues, so this 'white build' i have been talking about is looking more and more possible. Sounds a bit selfish, but i want to put as little 'effort' and time into it as possible, since i'm tired of modding lol. Hence why i ask if you can do 1x white 24pin and 2x 6pin
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I'm pretty sure the minime motherboard has got issues, so this 'white build' i have been talking about is looking more and more possible. Sounds a bit selfish, but i want to put as little 'effort' and time into it as possible, since i'm tired of modding lol. Hence why i ask if you can do 1x white 24pin and 2x 6pin
you just want extensions or want me to do an entire PSU for you? (I can even do custom lengths on the cables)
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Hmm, how much would you charge for the extensions and how much for the entire PSU? I have a feeling it would be alot for the PSU
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Hmm, how much would you charge for the extensions and how much for the entire PSU? I have a feeling it would be alot for the PSU
800$, u pay shipping, plus pay for my food. So about 900$ for a full PSU sleeve job, U pay the sleeves too. Add 100$ more for out of USA residents.

so 1000$ to sleeve a PSU, no less, I wear Michael Jacksons glove while sleeving.
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800$, u pay shipping, plus pay for my food. So about 900$ for a full PSU sleeve job, U pay the sleeves too. Add 100$ more for out of USA residents.

so 1000$ to sleeve a PSU, no less, I wear Michael Jacksons glove while sleeving.
I'll do it $100 cheaper since I've never done it before haha.
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800$, u pay shipping, plus pay for my food. So about 900$ for a full PSU sleeve job, U pay the sleeves too. Add 100$ more for out of USA residents.

so 1000$ to sleeve a PSU, no less, I wear Michael Jacksons glove while sleeving.
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I'll do it $100 cheaper since I've never done it before haha.
lol, I gave him a quote of $160-240 depending on the PSU. That's including sleeve, heatshrink, and labor (not the actual PSU). I would say that offer stands for anyone, but I think i would have to pay OCN for artisan rights to make it official...

oh, and BTW, I am holding an unopened box in my lap that says performance-pcs.com on it.
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Win

Hopefully as you said in email, extensions would be cheaper lol Shipping a PSU to the US would KILL
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I got a box full of win in the mail today!

but first a cool shot of the tubing i got and forgot about:



and now, the excitement. :-)

first up, $90 worth of BitsPower compressions:



and a Delrin fillport (w/ compression attached already) :



some nifty fans:



Swiftech MCR360:









MCP355 w/ BitsPower mini water tank res. top:











everything together:





so, here is were I realized I had a problem...





I had heard that 1/2" compressions did not fit on a Heatkiller 3.0, well evidently 3/8" ID w/ 5/8" OD do not fit either... :-(

But it's ok, I ordered one of these to be here ASAP:



also, I have not gotten my backplate back yet, so those will be the deciding factors for when I get everything put together.

let me know what y'all think! :-)

also, should i get some Teflon tape for the threads even though everything has O-rings?
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cool stuff kevin, now put it in the case xD
oh wait, you dont have your backplate

kidding, i know how it feels
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I'd say Teflon tape isn't needed, but then I've never liquid cooled before. I think it'd become evident on the leak test if you need any.
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