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    Interesting...
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    All the door fans pushing out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghâzh View Post
    All the door fans pushing out?
    No, the H100 radiator mounted on the door ^^
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    I noticed that, hence me asking, are all the fans (h100 and the other 2) blowing out?

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    http://imgur.com/a/l0pQ9

    Seems like they are. Hmm, seems like the 2 200mm fans are pulling, rest is pushing.

    Wonder how that's working out for him.
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    Top and back are exhaust. Should be enough. Positive airflow is better than negative.

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    Sup guys!

    Just a quick question.

    New system is on the way, but will pick up my new PSU when i get my paycheck (Corsair AX 750, for the sleeved cables). I got a Fractal Design Tesla 450W, will it be enough as a temporary solution?

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    Maybe should've created my own thread, but meh.

    Thanks!

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    It will be enough. :] Even as a non-temporary (permanent?) one.

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    But the manually sleeved cables are so pretty

    Thanks for the reply!

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    AX 650 would do, then. It could even carry two cards in SLI in the future.

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    That's true, was actually looking for that first. Usually order from Inet, CDON or Komplett and neither of them have it, and the price difference to 750W is just 200 SEK so I thought why not.

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    The sleeved cables from Corsair are some of the best sleeving you can get. Very high quality and the best part is they are not extensions like the Bitfenix ones.

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    Yurghhh, what an ugly mobo Oo
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    It is a bit...bling isn't it.
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    Christ, they really went balls to the wall with the thing.

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    ASRock copycats.

    Also, that NeweggTV guy seriously spends waaaayyyyy too much time mulling over BS no one cares about.

    "WHOA THIS IS A SATA CABLE." (not an actual quote)
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    No right-angle SATA connectors, and red SATA cables? Seriously?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    No right-angle SATA connectors, and red SATA cables? Seriously?
    Yeah, they almost had an awesome board, they ruined it with some poor choices throughout.
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    And what is with the 2m² sheet of paper, not exactly a quick-start guide when you need a map to locate the information you need.
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    Nice motherboard for your gold-loving enthusiast.
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