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Should i change my Corsair Obsidian 350D, Asus Gryphon Z87 for EVGA Hadron Air, Asus VI Impact?

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Hi, i liked a lot the case EVGA HADRON AIR. But i already completed my build but i can sell some parts like case and power supply to buy these new things.

 

Here's my build:

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/60226-my-new-build-2013-haswell-update/

 

with this new case I would save me a lot of space and dust.

 

what do you think guys?.

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Hi, i liked a lot the case EVGA HADRON AIR. But i already completed my build but i can sell some parts like case and power supply to buy these new things.

 

Here's my build:

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/60226-my-new-build-2013-haswell-update/

 

with this new case I would save me a lot of space and dust.

 

what do you think guys?.

No keep the parts. Selling them would be a loss. And your motherboard is SLI compatible and I see that you have a kick ass PSU. The PSU in hadron is not very good. So its not worth selling all those parts. 

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Hi, i liked a lot the case EVGA HADRON AIR. But i already completed my build but i can sell some parts like case and power supply to buy these new things.

 

Here's my build:

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/60226-my-new-build-2013-haswell-update/

 

with this new case I would save me a lot of space and dust.

 

what do you think guys?.

 

no real gain, possibly some loss. the PSU in the Hadron is limited and proprietary,

so your scope is limited. it is smaller, but with that you might have to compromise

on other options that you may already have and will miss on the cross-over.

 

honestly, loosing 5" height and 5" depth with 2" less in width doesn't sound like a

$175 more investment. the cost of the impact and hadron over you rig now..

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I think that the PSU of the Hadron Air won't work with my EVGA GTX780 SC.

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I think that the PSU of the Hadron Air won't work with my EVGA GTX780 SC.

 

the 500w will work just fine for one GPU and overclocked (even with classified BIOS)

but riding on 80-100% for long periods of time might be a little heated for that PSU.

 

you might wanna drop EVGA a note or visit their forum on the Hadron AIR.

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