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Thermaltake Core P3 SE ATX Open Frame Computer Case (Black) EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Thermaltake Core P3 SE ATX Open Frame Computer Case (Black, CA-1G4-00M1WN-02) on sale for $89.99 - $25 Rebate = $64.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Noooooo..... The white one is more expensive because it's not on sale. It's $94 without riser cable or $119 with the riser cable... you didn't even bother to check before giving out misinformation and giving this a thumbs down?

It's just a riser cable for God's sake anyways. They're really inexpensive IF you even really need one. If you read the reviews of the case, which I know you couldn't be bothered to do so before opening your mouth, one reviewer says that they purchased the PCI-E adapter but turned out that it didn't need one
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Not a reason to TD though, because it is a good price for the SKU that doesn't provide the riser.

The riser cable that comes with the case isn't all that great anywhere, very hit or miss in terms of it actually working. Tt sells a highrr quality riser cable that I would recommend but honestly I would rather just mount the cards like you normally would straight onto the motherboard.
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<blockquote>GMac0051<p>Would any recommend if you have a cat???</p></blockquote>

<p>Yes, you would have to work at it, but you can probably stuff a cat in there.</p>
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Really like the design but how on Earth does this weigh 20+ pounds? Must be made of sterner stuff than most for the wall mounting and all that entails.

Love the white/snow edition but not for $40 more and, when all the hardware is installed, it will be more about the hardware, the main selling point, and not the case color.
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I paid way more than 65 back in March.
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Cool case but gonna have to thumb down it because this version doesn't come with the riser cable needed to use the pcie slots.. thats why the white one mentioned above is more expensive... Because it does..
Not a reason to TD though, because it is a good price for the SKU that doesn't provide the riser.

The riser cable that comes with the case isn't all that great anywhere, very hit or miss in terms of it actually working. Tt sells a highrr quality riser cable that I would recommend but honestly I would rather just mount the cards like you normally would straight onto the motherboard.
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Cool case but gonna have to thumb down it because this version doesn't come with the riser cable needed to use the pcie slots.. thats why the white one mentioned above is more expensive... Because it does..
Noooooo..... The white one is more expensive because it's not on sale. It's $94 without riser cable or $119 with the riser cable... you didn't even bother to check before giving out misinformation and giving this a thumbs down?

It's just a riser cable for God's sake anyways. They're really inexpensive IF you even really need one. If you read the reviews of the case, which I know you couldn't be bothered to do so before opening your mouth, one reviewer says that they purchased the PCI-E adapter but turned out that it didn't need one
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Anyone have the link to the rebate? Wanted to go ahead and print it off as a reminder. Can't click on it, no hyperlink, on mobile version of page, app version, or desktop forced version through mobile browser. Thanks in advance
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^ like the other posts states
I read fourms said that thermaltake's riser cable it used to come with cause all the issues. personally i'm getting a Lian-Li
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Anyone have the link to the rebate? Wanted to go ahead and print it off as a reminder. Can't click on it, no hyperlink, on mobile version of page, app version, or desktop forced version through mobile browser. Thanks in advance
http://images10.newegg.com/upload...cd12us.pdf
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^ like the other posts states
I read fourms said that thermaltake's riser cable it used to come with cause all the issues. personally i'm getting a Lian-Li
had my aluminum lian-li for nearly 15 years, best case I've ever owned.
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Saw it yesterday in Fry's, I was thinking can this be used with multi gpus. Anyone has done it, please chime or better put a picture or a link to a picture.
Found pictures on the web and I think max two cards and three will be a stretch.
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I can't help but think of how annoyed I'd be seeing all the dust in the case.

Sometimes ignorance is bliss.
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Doesn't a whole bunch of dust get in?
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Would any recommend if you have a cat???
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