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Topic # 175396 27-Jun-2015 18:47
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Recently purchased, however my PSU is too big as well as my CPU cooler and its a real hassle to build in (for me) and will be upgrading in the near future. I also bought a 200mm fan for it and so ill include that in the sale. Will come with all its bits and bobs.

Bought for $180, so offers above $80 will be acceptable. I live in wellington, so preferably sell to someone local however if you want it shipped we can discuss postage.

Let me know!

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  Reply # 1332690 27-Jun-2015 18:47
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1338076 6-Jul-2015 18:46
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Anyone interested if I lower the price, mainly interested in getting ride of it.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1339206 8-Jul-2015 12:24
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Do you have an photo? or colour type.




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  Reply # 1339207 8-Jul-2015 12:25
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Now that i have some interest I shall put some photos up tonight



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  Reply # 1339431 8-Jul-2015 18:17
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So here is a link to my Imgur Album of the case in its empty state as I have already upgraded to another case with my new parts. Alos here is a link to the Product page I used the case for a month before changing.

Some important things to note:

 

  • The light strip changes between Blue, red, green and breathing whilst changing color by a press of a button. The light strip is not on by default when you start your PC and is powered by SATA.
  • It comes with two Bitfenix fans and a 200mm Coolermaster red fan I bought for it.
  • HDD/SDD's are mounted on a vertical bar (as seen in this photo) which is why their is scratching of the pain on the internal rail in third photo as I had screwed in that piece incorrectly (wrong side)
  • The PSU goes in the front.
  • It has a removable Drive bay. and a door 
  • It comes with a magnetic heat shield to  place on the bottom if you are going to mount HDDs on bottom as opposed to fans and want to protect them from the exhaust of the PSU.
  • Takes MATX boards only.
  • has 5 PCIE strips, the fillers and the holder are missing in the photo, I do have them btw.
Yea, only been used for a month before I went to a Cooler Master Silencio 652s, was very fun to build in, quite challenging but you need to pick your parts specifically, make sure your GPU isnt so long it touches your PSU etc, Dont use a massive CPU cooler etc. 

 


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  Reply # 1339448 8-Jul-2015 19:02
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What's the spec for GFX length? And the PSU cable, does it have to be right-angled?




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  Reply # 1339530 8-Jul-2015 20:13
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chiefie: What's the spec for GFX length? And the PSU cable, does it have to be right-angled?


I was using a EVGA 970 which is about 10" and had room to spare especially seeming I had a 180mm tall PSU

 

heres a link to what it look like when it was built: LINK



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  Reply # 1349570 21-Jul-2015 22:03
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Aiming to put this up on TradeMe for about $50, so let me know here if your interested before i go through those hoops, you have until their website comes back online.

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  Reply # 1349575 21-Jul-2015 22:16
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Any idea what shipping to Dunedin would be?



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  Reply # 1349593 21-Jul-2015 23:30
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I have no clue, but its not a small box, so I would guess that it would be expensive.

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  Reply # 1349604 22-Jul-2015 01:15
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I can move a guitar from Dunedin to Auckland for $40 via Fastway Couriers... Couldn't be that bad, surely!

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