Very nice, this seems to have more wattage than the one i have, yes great deal all in all, keep us postedThe case, power supply, cables, and pcie riser came to 88.50 (after fees) shipping to the US was an additional 48.27 (but I chose one of the faster shipping options) total cost was 136.77. Great deal for the small case and power supply.
Yeah I think I'm going to go black. I'll probably paint the internal frame myself, but have the sides, bottom and top powder coated. (to save cost)Poblopuablo
I just got exactly the same kit, silver cables and red case.
My case has the same minor defects, this is obviously a manufacturing issue. It's red die anodised, it will scratch easily. Fortunately I work with powder coaters and have access to a comprehensive tooling at work. Think I'm going to go for a dark grey colour
So first one goes next to the psu, there is no place in the front ? I have to open mine and have a look againSeem to be hard to fit 2 ssd in this one, I can't find any more space after the 1080 to goes in:/
Seem to tight in front for the SSD. I just installed the black ridge and there is no way for another 25mm on top of it. I use it with a a9x14So first one goes next to the psu, there is no place in the front ? I have to open mine and have a look again
On a side note, I got hold of a black ridge and have ordered a low profile memory, a noctua 12x15 will go underneath and the case allow for another 12x25 on top, I'm excited to see how much OC headroom this will allow
I had an LP53 with 25 on top, donno why but i had in the back of my mind both heat sinks are the same height (without the fan that is)Seem to tight in front for the SSD. I just installed the black ridge and there is no way for another 25mm on top of it. I use it with a a9x14
That PSU is likely some Chinese modded PSU. CNC/Metal cutting is relatively cheap in China.Yea never seen a PSU like that. Definitely not your standard FlexATX.
I didn't know 450W can handle 90w i7 + 1080Ti
That PSU is likely some Chinese modded PSU. CNC/Metal cutting is relatively cheap in China.
I'd definietely not put a 90W i7 with a 1080 ti on it though. Maybe a 65W UV i9 9900 with 1080 ti
It's a Rackable Systems 3F27-45-1 450w. According to Wikipedia, turns out Rackable Systems is the company that bought Silicon Graphics in 2009 and changed their name to Silicon Graphics International, which was then bought by HP in 2016.