Reasons for choices?
- Scythe slipstream low profile 120x120x12
- Zalman cnps2x
- Picopsu 160xt
- 192w power brick
- Any 16mm vandal switch you like
Those particular Scythe + zalman units both combine to be less than 40mm. Any tighter than this combo and others have noted that you get an annoying whine from the fans being too close.
The psu/power brick combo on the minibox site is a tried and proven combo, and is more than enough to run your system.
Just send me an email, I take Paypal--squarespace doesn't thoughThank you for the replies! That was quick
Man the Zalman fan is sexy. I guess the only thing left is to order and find a cool name for the pc!
Would love to have a Paypal option on the website though Josh :/
Squarespace is a moneymaking machine. They make money off the plan AND take a cut of the sales (then I have to pay the credit card company too!).Seriously? Not even via a plug-in or something?
I pay like 216 a year + 2% of sales. I need to upgrade to their $480 year plan but that's a hard tack to swallow...I can't pay for that right now anyways.How much does SquareSpace hosting cost, just out of curiosity? I hear about them all the time being name dropped in videos like crazy, but I tend to just code my own websites so I haven't used them. Are they one of the "premium" website builders compared to other places like Wix?
I just gave up completely trying to get those studs out and put the HDPLEX in on an angle, made the fit tighter but managed to get everything in eventually.LOL!!
Oh man, I feel so bad but it's funny.
As I've mentioned several times you should be able to remove the center studs (in order to mount the HDPLEX) with you fingers after unscrewing the nut.
I just had three in a row where the studs were reverse threaded. No idea what happened there, but that would definitely cause some problems if you were expecting (as I was) to be removed by standard rotation.
Those poor, poor guys who said they were having problems. I'm sorry. >.<
Next time you have it apart try unscrewing it the opposite way--it might work. Sorry about that...I'm still trying to figure out how this happens at the factory.I just gave up completely trying to get those studs out and put the HDPLEX in on an angle, made the fit tighter but managed to get everything in eventually.