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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-30-2020, 03:09 AM - Thread Starter
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FS Custom powder coated and painted Corsair Carbide Air 540 w/ DEMCiflex filter set

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Between just finishing EDGE back in December and Carnage last weekend I can't think of anything I would need in trade so just looking for cash on everything.

1.Custom powder coated and painted Corsair Carbide Air 540 w/ complete DEMCiflex filter set
Case served me well as Project Red. The mobo tray and PCI slot covers are powder coated while the fan grills are just painted due to them barely clearing the panels as it was. Powder would have made them too thick for the panels to go on properly.
The case is modified for the ability to have external cooling along with the rear psu compartment floor being drilled to mount dual MCP355 pumps. I started this build with dual MCP355 pumps until one burned up due to lack of a heatsink. Newb lessons! I then installed a single loop with EK X-RES Revo 100 installed above the SSD cages mounted to the rear panel.
The case is setup with a fill port installed above the psu compartment and is positioned for a G1/4 90 degree fitting from the fill port to another 90 degree fitting in the top of a Revo reservoir. There are tubing pass through setups in both the rear panel of the main compartment and the rear panel of the PSU compartment. The round grommets have seen better days and I think one was missing.
So configuration options are very open. There is also a complete DEMCiflex Corsair Carbide Air 540 filter kit included that has done wonders for keeping the interior dust free. Case was reassembled with white rivets to match the color theme of the build. Side panel window probably has some swirl marks here and there from cleaning over time as any acrylic window does.
Case photos
https://imgur.com/a/kuzSXX4
More photos with Project Red showing the case
https://imgur.com/gallery/DPTLJUc
Case retails for $140 + tax at Newegg ($151.53 w/ 8% tax) Filter kit retails for $80.24 shipped from Demcifilter for a retail total of case and filters alone $231.77 and there is $150 in prep and powder coating done to the case which comes to $381.77 Looking for $180 local or $210 shipped
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