Improved SilverPower RMA Service

"SilverPower announces 48 hour pickup service for "Green Power" series"

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Improved SilverPower RMA Service

From the 1st of December 2008 SilverPower will offer a 48 hour collection service in the event of a fault with a SilverPower PSU. The reason we are offering this is that we are confident in the quality of our brand so rest assure that you are in good hands if your purchase one of our power supplies.

The pickup service will be available for the first year from when the power supply is purchased. However the power supplies do have a two year warranty so in the event of a failure in the second year we will still provide service however the consumer will be required to send the power supply back to our testing suite in mainland UK.


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24-12-2008, 18:00:06

stevej696
Here's the rig at the moment. Enjoy!
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29-12-2008, 07:57:52

noobieocer

If you guys are interested in water cooling, Antec does have an internal radiator for the 1200.



i don't like the 1200, honestly you guys should of kept 900 looks but made it bigger.

01-01-2009, 19:55:00

Sleekit
Have you got a big case mate or is ur mobo tiny? lol

I've never seen a case with so much free space

02-01-2009, 03:45:13

Kempez
Yeah it does look huge :D

More pics methinks

03-01-2009, 15:54:40

stevej696
Lol! :pto be honest i bought the mobo an all before i decided on the case! Not to worry though as ive put all of the hardware out of the Antec300 now into a smaller chassis but ive got to modify it a bit because of the lack of case fans!
Sorry about the picture quality, im currently using the Camera on my phone.

Anyway ive taken some decent pics of the hardware inside the case while i switched it into the other chassis. Im on about getting rid of the Antec case soon as im starting a corei7 build in Febuary in a Antec1200 case.

I will upload some clearer pics guys.
Thanks for the comments!
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03-01-2009, 15:57:21

stevej696
Enjoy the pics guys!
Just the hardware at the moment, case pics coming as soon as i mod it!
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This is the hardware going into the smaller case, the Alphadog graphics card is going onto my next build. This computer is just for internet and watching Dvd's.

03-01-2009, 21:51:46

Sleekit
bloody hell look at the size of ur CPU cooler, small case did you say? lol

04-01-2009, 06:56:17

stevej696
This cooler is absolutely essential. It has to be one of the best upgrades ive ever used! It's an asaka ak965 tower cooler and is currently on the market for around £10 on ebuyer! I would definatly recommend this to cool any 775 socket CPU except the Core 2 extreme family of chips. Im currently running an E2160 core 2 at 3.0GHz (thats 1.2GHz over stock frequencies!). It keeps the CPU at a very cool 28*c on idle and running Orthos SP for 6 Hours the chip hit a maximum of 49*c at 100% load.
Pretty impressive if you ask me.
:p
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04-01-2009, 12:38:03

noobieocer
ahh i would stick to my arctic cooling freezer 7 pro :P got my e2160 55c load after 24 hours under orthos oc to 3.4Ghz

04-01-2009, 17:31:57

stevej696
Each to their own i suppose. I tried the freezer 7 pro, didn't think that much ov it to be honest.
Its a good cooler... pretty similar spec in all categories but i think i can put more trust into this asaka cooler as i personally didn't feel that the freezer 7 pro was all the reviews made it out to be
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