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Old 24-01-13, 05:53 AM
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Thanks!



I know - I kind of miss it actually. It was just so well built - and just makes the Switch feel cheap......well....actually, the fact that the Switch arrived to me with bits of plastic snapped off makes it feel cheap.
And you should do! It'd be nice to see what someone could do with it. I did consider trying to get a thin 360 in the roof then a thick 240 in the bottom. Still - as much as I loved it, I fancied a change.
On my end just that roof feels incredibly flimsy especially those push in lock thingys other then that its perfect! If you are on AIR you should have gone with the phantom personally I prefer the original looks.

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Old 24-01-13, 08:35 AM
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On my end just that roof feels incredibly flimsy especially those push in lock thingys other then that its perfect! If you are on AIR you should have gone with the phantom personally I prefer the original looks.
Yeah, it is mainly the roof that I feel is cheap. It's one of the push fittings on the roof that snapped off, making the whole panel very shakey. There are push fittings all over the case however, which are probably less likely to break, but being push fittings, they'll only last a certain amount of time anyway.
Also the window panel isn't secured on as well as I'd have hoped.

Other than that though, I love the case.

And yeah, completely agree about the air, but hopefully by later today, I won't be
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Old 24-01-13, 11:36 AM
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if i can get it out, i might have a spare clip you can have if you're interested? (i got a replacement top panel due to a thumbprint in the black silk)
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Old 24-01-13, 11:55 AM
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if i can get it out, i might have a spare clip you can have if you're interested? (i got a replacement top panel due to a thumbprint in the black silk)
Thanks for the offer - but from that, I think we're talking about different things.



The plastic clip bit on the left is non-existant (and you can see from the markings it's been snapped off.

I've contacted NZXT so will hopefully get a replacement, but as that's part of the panel itself, the entire vent panel would need replacing.

Thanks again for the offer
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Thanks for the offer - but from that, I think we're talking about different things.



The plastic clip bit on the left is non-existant (and you can see from the markings it's been snapped off.

I've contacted NZXT so will hopefully get a replacement, but as that's part of the panel itself, the entire vent panel would need replacing.

Thanks again for the offer
Same happened to me except I found that plastic part lodged into the push in tried pulling it out but its lodged in there goood and don't want to cause more damage.
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Yeah, it's not the best construction is it.

Currently leak testing...hopefully be have it running tonight.
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Old 24-01-13, 08:25 PM
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Been a long day, but finally finished:





Few issues filling it - and the tubing was a nightmare to get on.











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That's pretty freaking awesome James, a rig to be proud of.
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Looks epic mate Kudos.

Nice to see the forums really helping someone
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Looking good, guy! I really like that vid card set-up.
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