Thermaltake esa

I am wondering if anyone can help me...

I have purchased the Thermaltake Bigwater 780e LCS for ESA, the Thermaltake Toughpower 850w for ESA and the Thermaltake Armour+ Case, however the case is NOT the ESA version. I made a mistake when purchasing this, I meant to get the ESA version but I got the standard version instead. Does anyone know if not having the ESA version of the case will effect me when I try to use the power supply and LCS for ESA? Do I need to get all 3 ESA versions of these products for me to use ESA effectively?

By the way, I purchased the case months ago so a refund is out of the question.

What would you guys do? Keep the case without the ESA or sell it on ebay and buy the ESA version. There's no point in me paying extra for the other 2 ESA components if I can't use them for ESA because I need the case to match. It would be great if Thermaltake had an ESA upgrade kit for the standard armor+ case.

Some help on this would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

Jonny
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