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# 240844 28-Sep-2018 18:02
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Have rebuilt my home server into a normal case, as don't need all the storage anymore, so this is up for sale.

 

It's a mini ITX computer case that can take up to 8 swappable drives (2.5" or 3.5" SAS/SATA) plus 4 fixed 2.5" drives.

 

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It does require a SFX Power supply.

 

It's in really good condition and is back in the original box with packaging, manual, screws and bit and pieces it originally came with.

 

$150 ono.

 

Can ship anywhere in NZ or pickup is in Whangarei.


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  # 2098343 28-Sep-2018 18:38
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How old, date of purchase, do you have an SFX PSU you could throw in with the unit?

 

I've had my eye on one of these for a while, and being a tinny bastard, a good nick used one could just be the ticket.

 

Also, how do you find the airflow in the case? I've heard reports that air doesn't really get through the hotswaps too well.

 

Last question I forgot to ask - how much would shipping it to Hamilton look to cost you?





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  # 2098379 28-Sep-2018 20:22
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I've got the CS380 and it's excellent.  I think it's effectively the same as the DS380 this but with an extra bit of headroom on top.  Silverstone makes great cases, I've had many over the years.  Someone will be lucky to snap up this one!  Having the fans mounted on the storage bay is great.  


 
 
 
 




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  # 2098403 28-Sep-2018 22:38
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toejam316:

How old, date of purchase, do you have an SFX PSU you could throw in with the unit?


I've had my eye on one of these for a while, and being a tinny bastard, a good nick used one could just be the ticket.


Also, how do you find the airflow in the case? I've heard reports that air doesn't really get through the hotswaps too well.


Last question I forgot to ask - how much would shipping it to Hamilton look to cost you?



It’s about three years old and just sat in a cupboard so wasn’t kicked or scratched sitting under a desk. :)

The SFX psu died, that’s another reason I rebuilt.

While I was using it the system ran 24/7 and never had a heat issue.
I was running five hard drives in it without the side fans going, just the rear fan.
One of the side fans is missing, as I used it for something else.
Still one other side fan and the rear fan.

Shipping should be about $10.



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  # 2102446 6-Oct-2018 10:37
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$100?



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  # 2131062 21-Nov-2018 13:16
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Still go this.

 

$50 plus shipping.

 

Want it gone as it's just taking up space here. :)

 

 


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  # 2131115 21-Nov-2018 13:57
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If you'll do $10 shipping like you mentioned before, I'm keen.
Pm me how you want to sus payment.




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