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Coolermaster Elite 130 & G550M 550W Modular PSU 64.98 free del. @ ebuyer

£64.98 @ Ebuyer
- The incredible Elite 130 & G550M Modular PSU - Serious Modular Power, 42A 12v Rail - Enough Juice & Space to run an R9 290X or GTX780ti without breaking a sweat - With space for 120mm closed loop…
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- The incredible Elite 130 & G550M Modular PSU
- Serious Modular Power, 42A 12v Rail
- Enough Juice & Space to run an R9 290X or GTX780ti without breaking a sweat
- With space for 120mm closed loop watercooler, this thing can be a serious beast!

Save £25, be handy for a basic HTPC.

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#1
http://m.ebuyer.com/544921 £54.99 with basic non modular 500 watt PSU.
#2
#3
http://www.techpowerup.com/mobile/reviews/CoolerMaster/G550M/1.html A review on the modular PSU for those that may be interested.
banned#4
An excellent case - amazing amount of space in such a small case
#5
bought this combo last week.
PLEASE NOTE
case doesnt have exhaust fan, things get hot inside
#6
Mine has an exhaust fast but it is ridiculously small. Good case though, personally would buy without the psu
#7
can one of you guys list me a decent water cooler 120mm and some sort of exhaust fans that fit this case I'd be forever grateful
#8
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00AF18PHO?pc_redir=1405347649&robot_redir=1

I've been using this with my setup and the only issue was the tubing being a bit to long and that's without a graphics card getting in the way, very quite though.
#9
Noob question: is this a compact case which houses all PC components within including the motherboard? Because I like the idea of a small system, but haven't the guts to do the job myself!
#10
iwo
Noob question: is this a compact case which houses all PC components within including the motherboard? Because I like the idea of a small system, but haven't the guts to do the job myself!

Yes - This deal was on at beginning of June and I bought one then, very happy with this combo. There is a surprising amount of room in there and though daunting, I have built a system that houses an SSD, a 3½ inch HD, graphics card, blu-ray drive and a water cooler with two fans. take it slow and route cables carefully and tie them in!
#11
iwo
Noob question: is this a compact case which houses all PC components within including the motherboard? Because I like the idea of a small system, but haven't the guts to do the job myself!


If you mean does this have a motherboard and cpu then no it doesn't.
It is an itx case so you would need that type of motherboard, cpu, memory and a ssd/hdd. I'm assuming you'd use built in graphics obviously ☺

(According to specs it comes with two case fans)
1 Like #12
If you are planning to buy this system as your first self-build make sure you get the one with the modular PSU. It will help you immeasurably.

I recently bought this box to house a second PC of older components. It houses an overclocked 2500k, one ssd and one mechanical drive, a fairly decent GPU and my old Corsair H50 (which is a massively tall old-style self contained w/c unit).

I used a non-modular PSU and stuffed all the unnecessary cables where the DVD should go - who needs an internal drive these days.

There's enough space to run the H50 with a push/pull configuration. Just make sure you get some decent fans; the ones specifically designed for w/c's are fantastic and will keep your entire system cool.

Like ursusltd above says, think about the build before you dive in and route those cables carefully!

Edited By: AdesteFideles on Jul 20, 2014 15:56: Repetition
#13
whoops, just done a build this gear would of been perfect too. Awhhha dang
#14
Really good price, can barely get a semi-modular 550W PSU for that.

Ordered, I plan on getting a ITX 1150 motherboard, i7 CPU, 16GB ram and a couple of HD's.
#15
Definitely liking this deal, shame it's Ebuyer, they're the scourge of I.T. retail these days. Would go for it otherwise. Had to vote it HOT.

Edited By: fishmaster on Jul 20, 2014 14:06
#16
Voted hot, but it's a shame it's ebuyer. I'm only one to boycott companies, but after my last order with them I won't be going back. 8 days to deliver something on a next day delivery. I know it's yodel, but that's all ebuyer offer.
#17
**not**
#18
Hot, built a PC for my father using this case. It's a great bit of kit.
#19
I just built my own gaming PC with this case at the weekend! Used a 4670k overclocked to 4.2 with a h80i water cooler and a r9 290 I picked up second hand off ebay (£145), mx 100 ssd and some g skill ram. The thing is an absolute beast. The case was surprisingly easy to build with, compared to some of the old mini atx and towers I have used in the past. Cable management and some foresight about where your cables should be placed are the only things to think about when building. Cooler master have even put up a video on youtube on building a system with a water coooler. Mine was a bit trickier as it uses 2 120mm fans for the radiator but it worked a treat. Definitley recommended. Although I went for the fully modular EVGA 650w supernova PSU cause it has a handle on it which I think will be useful for carrying it!

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