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Old 30-08-12, 03:41 PM
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a great mod i saw mr bean from an aussie site was to window the PSU back tray to let the PSU
have room for wire management. he also trimmed a CPU backplate access hole. he was using the
swiftech apogee CPU pump/block and needed 1-2mm for backplate clearence.

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Seems interesting
Could you plese show a project log of those mods ?, I dont know if i need taht thow, all the wires will be custommade and with perfect lenghts ,eaven if i do a backplate hole i cant access it, but as i said it wont be needed because im not going to change the waterblock :P The bitspower summit will be awsome!

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Old 30-08-12, 09:56 PM
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here is the build log

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Old 30-08-12, 11:20 PM
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here is the build log

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Ahh you mean that one
Yes, i have another idea for the psuproblem, and as the motherboard tray cut....i dont need to do it as it fits perfect with my backplate
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Old 30-08-12, 11:51 PM
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Great project, love the Bitfenix Prodigy case.
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Old 31-08-12, 09:35 AM
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Great project, love the Bitfenix Prodigy case.
Thanks, YEs it is !
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Old 31-08-12, 10:54 AM
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Halloj!
I received a rather unexpected package yesterday, and it was from Silverstone sponsoring me with a Straider 850w Plus (ST85F-P)
I thank awful lot for your help and the very quick delivery !













What can I say about this PSU?
The power supply is very quiet, it has good efficiency and looks overall very good.
The only drawback is their multi-colored cables ...
There will be no problem for me in this case, because I will make my own from scratch instead, so I can get the right length and no hassles inside the case

It was the update for this time guys!
/ V.B
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Old 01-09-12, 12:08 PM
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I'm a bit curious why you didn't go for the Corsair AX series then; they don't even turn on their fan before the ~80% load mark or something along those lines.

Are you saying you'll be crimping your own cables, or just that you'll be sleeving them? o.o
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Old 01-09-12, 12:59 PM
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I'm a bit curious why you didn't go for the Corsair AX series then; they don't even turn on their fan before the ~80% load mark or something along those lines.

Are you saying you'll be crimping your own cables, or just that you'll be sleeving them? o.o
Dude. Read the whole text. He got the Silverstone PSU sponsored...
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Old 01-09-12, 01:31 PM
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Dude. Read the whole text. He got the Silverstone PSU sponsored...
"Dude," there is such a thing as reading the post, but missing or forgetting details in the process.

Regardless, thanks for telling me.
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Old 01-09-12, 10:41 PM
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I'm a bit curious why you didn't go for the Corsair AX series then; they don't even turn on their fan before the ~80% load mark or something along those lines.

Are you saying you'll be crimping your own cables, or just that you'll be sleeving them? o.o
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Dude. Read the whole text. He got the Silverstone PSU sponsored...
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"Dude," there is such a thing as reading the post, but missing or forgetting details in the process.

Regardless, thanks for telling me.
Take it easy guys!

There is one big reason for why i choose this over the AX
The One-to-One cabeling, no damn Y-connnected cables and all the cables are free

I will make my cables from ground up, with all new wires, pins and connectors, after that i will sleeve them of course
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