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Might want to check with NZXT thumb.gif

while that all looks really awesome, i've checked all the uk stockists i know and non of them have them in pink sadsmiley.gif


Register on the NZXT site and shoot them an e-mail? Maybe you can special order?



Also, for everyone, SWEET!

http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/case_accessories/grid

Much better than my Sunbeam bus. I gotta find this!

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Then what's the difference between 2.0 & 3.0?
3.0 has more bandwidth but even with modern cards that are 3.0 putting them in a 2.0 slot still doesnt saturate the bandwidth completely therefore you can mix 2.0 and 3.0, and it wont give you a performance drop. when haswell comes out this might be different but as of right now it doesnt really matter
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This brand still any good?

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I am looking at replacing the fans in my Scout 1 sometime. I currently run all stock fans, but was looking for something a bit quieter. I know the Scout has a mount at the top for 120mm and 140mm fans, so am I right in saying that the Thermalright TR TY-140/1 140mm fan -120 mount will fit in the case? Has anyone got it installed currently that could give me some feedback? smile.gif


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This brand still any good?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151107

As far as I know, Seasonic makes parts for the "amazing" Corsair biggrin.gif, but get somthing 80+ Gold, or even Platinum.
It's been going like that for years, I'm not 100% sure about it now, but still, I would rather buy SeaSonic then Corsair, I don't need all those features Corsair adds.
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This brand still any good?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151107

As far as I know, Seasonic makes parts for the "amazing" Corsair biggrin.gif, but get somthing 80+ Gold, or even Platinum.
It's been going like that for years, I'm not 100% sure about it now, but still, I would rather buy SeaSonic then Corsair, I don't need all those features Corsair adds.


Yeah, I hear ya. This Cougar CMX is kinda scaring me right now. Unlocked overclocked 960T @ 4.0, 7850 OC, a buttload of fans, 1tb HDD and an H60? Getting random reboots and Bsods worriedsmiley.gif

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hello everyone i am gonna build a pc for the first time in my live but i want it to be very good looking from the out and inside i like the idea from koniu777 with the fans on the outside but i have one problem a week ago the msi GAMING Z77A-G45 released and i dont know if it fits with the radiator and that kinda big heatsink from the MB.
also do you guys now a 750w psu (modular) with full black cables that look awesome if they are plugged in ?

thanks guys and btw i love this club found almost ALL the answer i needed for this awesome case smile.gif
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hello everyone i am gonna build a pc for the first time in my live but i want it to be very good looking from the out and inside i like the idea from koniu777 with the fans on the outside but i have one problem a week ago the msi GAMING Z77A-G45 released and i dont know if it fits with the radiator and that kinda big heatsink from the MB.
also do you guys now a 750w psu (modular) with full black cables that look awesome if they are plugged in ?

thanks guys and btw i love this club found almost ALL the answer i needed for this awesome case smile.gif
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sorry forgot to say on page 2670 with the h100 on the top inside and the sp120 on the top outside. biggrin.gif
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also ... do you guys know where to buy an seperate sli bridge cause it doesnt include one with the msi GAMING z77a-g45 frown.gif i want to do msi gtx 660/oc in sli.
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also ... do you guys know where to buy an seperate sli bridge cause it doesnt include one with the msi GAMING z77a-g45 frown.gif i want to do msi gtx 660/oc in sli.
i would measure how many spaces are between the slots and order a hard sli bridge the look so much better and last longer
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