I went- no dice. I was told they are 'apparently' a discontinued item and are only available at a couple of stores, the closest to me being Ohio. Kansas City area to Ohio isn't exactly 'close'. So, they are trying to get rid of the last few they have, which only exist sparingly at scattered locations.
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I'm betting that he'll only find 1-2 at most. The guy made it seem like they were trying to scrape up the last few that were in the system and get them out. Coming from retail background years ago, sometimes it's cheaper for a company to sell something for a penny rather than to actually spend shipping to send it back for cash.
rubix_1011 said:Jab-tech has some for cheap:
There are some other brands there as well under $6-7/ea.
I'm not so sure about the XSPC ones. Have you have had any experience with them?
(How the hell can you spend 1100 on JUST a WC loop... alone?)[/quotemsg said:
Lets see, two Iwaki rd 30's, power supply for the Iwaki's two T virus res's, A Mora with stand and grill, 18 Gentle Typhoons, Tygon tubing, Cpu waterblock, 3 full cover waterblocks for vid cards, oops, you're already way over budget and we haven't added the fancy monitoring equipment.
rubix_1011 said:You would need to run at least quad GPUs and dual CPUs to test the thermal capacity of that rad (in theory). 530 watts per 320 (x3) is getting close to 1600 watts of potential.
But what I'm doing is just one slow 360 mm fan for a quiet build it won't dissipate quite that many watts, still for 150 bucks for fan and rad it will still handle anything I get in the future silently.