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    Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    Our kind of gaming rig.
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    Re: Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    I disagree that the chassis looks dated. It is functional, quiet and without gimmicks. It doesn't have tempered glass but that's doesn't make it dated, it means it's better elsewhere.

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    • Bagpuss's system
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    Re: Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    Thank you Scan, if like me you think less is more when it comes to case design, then this is a welcome change.

    An option to purchase a pre built PC that is subtle & classy in appearance and doesn't scream 15yr old gamer.

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    Re: Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    Looks a great system and a good price for it, I really would consider a scan system if I wanted a clean break, but my PC is just eternally upgraded so never really needed a whole new PC.

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    Re: Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    I don't know why keeping on putting up 4K results in general though, proper 4K is still a damn myth FPS wise, unless paying an arm and a leg, none offense meant to the review and the people that took their time to put it all down

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    Re: Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    I wish Scan would use Titanium rated Seasonic Prime power supplies instead of Corsair bronze. Hardocp reviews have always said they’re the quietest and most stable

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    Re: Scan 3XS Z370 Vengeance Q

    Quote Originally Posted by liquidflower View Post
    I wish Scan would use Titanium rated Seasonic Prime power supplies instead of Corsair bronze. Hardocp reviews have always said they’re the quietest and most stable
    What's your obsession with Seasonic and Hardocp?

    Second post from yourself wanting scan to use Seasonic PSU's because hardocp gave them a good review.

    I've got a Corsair PSU in my PC, it's been in my rig for over 7 years and there have been no issues with it...does that mean everyone should now use it, based on what I've said?
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKTAK View Post
    It didn't fall off, it merely became insufficient at it's purpose and got a bit droopy...

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