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  1. Any idea when it'll be on the Canadian version of the store? Even when it was available for me to buy in the US storeit was 50+ USD to ship it to Canada :sigh!:
  2. Still nothing on the Canadian version of the store :/ Can go through the US one but shipping is 50 USD still.
  3. Thanks Keltik, super appreciated. For now I think I'll just wait however. My temps are not a problem I only want it for aesthetics. It's just another US based company who doesn't care about any kind of Canadian shipping contracts that would lower the rate for their brothers in the north. Canadian's are used to it.
  4. Yikes. Maybe someday I'll find one of the front panels on ebay or something. I can't justify to myself paying shipping that's almost 400% the cost of the item. Thanks Corbama.
  5. No clue. I ship things from the US all the time that are much lager and heavier and there's never that big of a mark up.
  6. Again. Canadians get it hard. $15 USD for the part, $50+ USD for shipping. -.-
  7. The shipping for me to have it sent to Canada is $50 (fffff that), I can only imagine the cost it would be overseas if they weren't sent to a hub.
  8. Was stoked to preorder but that shipping to Nova Scotia.. wow. UPS Worldwide Expedited $49.79 USD UPS Worldwide Saver $53.17 USD
  9. Agreed. While I'm still on the fence to as if it really makes that big of a difference, I'd like to buy one even for a purely aesthetic purpose.
  10. I did this to my old 650D before I gave it to my brother. Thanks to this nice guide actually. I just took out the USB 2.0's. You can see from the nice picture's how to do it.
  11. :/ Sounds like an invite to purchase a new case and spend more money with Corsair. I agreed R&D takes time but it's been a good while.
  12. I did and noticed between 3 - 5 degrees difference for my gpu under load and 1 degree on my cpu (h110 exhausting out of top) which is margin of error. I guess it depends on the fans in front I use AF140's undervolted so they don't push a ton of air anyway but if you used a high rpm/cfm fan you may get better results.
  13. I haven't seen anything from Corsair about this but you could try some of these simple mods here: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/115267-corsair-350d750d900d-stealth-drive/
  14. I agree single front panel would be nice. I use my 750D's 5.25 bays to hold my hdd's with brackets. No need front panel access.
  15. Dem Cables! Here's a shot of my rig: H110 AX850 750D AF140's (Rad, Top, and Front) AF120's Bottom
  16. You could always look into a freight forwarding service.
  17. Awesome guide. I loved my 650D before I switched to a 750D. Think I may do this if I ever decide to use that case again. :)
  18. 3 threads. How many 750D's out there? My 750D works and cools great! In fact with the front panel off I barely see a temp change, nothing to write home to mama about that's for sure. I'm not trying to argue with you, just saying there no need to take the "take that Corsair you suck with bad service I went elsewhere" route. It's incredibly petty. "As I continus to upgrade PC/my watercooling system I guarantee I wont have to buy a new case again." Neither will I? Unless there are some radical hardware changes in which case same boat.
  19. Yeah my response to one of the leading computer parts manufacturers not responding to my requests to add a vent to a case that already performs without issue would be to go buy a $500 case from another manufacturer as well. You sure showed them! :rofl:
  20. No problem! Let us know if you ever have any other questions. :biggrin:
  21. That's a debate for some, but most people choose exhaust since it wont dump heated air from your rad into your case to heat up other components (especially a graphics card). This does mean that your radiator intakes a little bit warmer air since it's not from the outside, but the temperature difference will be less than 3-5 degrees. ::pirate::
  22. Option 2 would work better as it would provide your other components with cool air as well. Normally builds are set up in this manner. Performance editions are a little louder but can be undervolted to spin slower (they come with a cable to do so) Without going too far in depth I can say that I have bins of very expensive fans of all brands and when it comes to noise level to amount of air pushed, Corsair fans are among the best. (Plus they look FANtastic, har har.) For LED SP fans see: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2014/june/spled_announcement
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