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    Some firms give out little 3D printed models of what they produce to select customers as advertising.

    Pity Corsair does not do something similar with a little modular power supply (any cables would make the model easily broken).

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    And that's a cool idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Some firms give out little 3D printed models of what they produce to select customers as advertising.

    Pity Corsair does not do something similar with a little modular power supply (any cables would make the model easily broken).
    So basically you want a plastic cube? Because that's what 3D printed ATX power supply without cables would be.. a plastic cube.

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    With details; fan grid, connectors, switch, socket ... a raised logo so a quick stamp with white paint would bring it out.

    but perhaps you are right, and it won't work.
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