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Old November 20, 2011, 05:40 PM
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Old November 21, 2011, 08:53 PM
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Highly recommend the Death Adder to anyone. It has some of the best accuracy for tracking around, your aim will improve :)
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Bump with some stuff. Clearing out parts, everything is OBO. Prefer local deals. Please, reasonable offers only, none of this 50% of retail BS.
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How do hot swaps work Do I just take the cables from my satta and psu and plug it into the back of the hot swap then just slide a hard drive into it? if it is that easy I am interested
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Four GT fans sold.
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How do hot swaps work Do I just take the cables from my satta and psu and plug it into the back of the hot swap then just slide a hard drive into it? if it is that easy I am interested
Bingo, you plug in a sata & power cable into the dock. It just facilitates easy insert/ejection of HDD's.
I only have one set of keys, but I'll try hunting around for the others. It looks like a generic set that came with most old computers.

They are great for use in file servers where you need to change drives often.

More things to be added tonight (DeathAdder, Apogee ONE, some more watercooling stuff.. tubing, blocks...).
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