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  1. Velvet Wafer

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    WORD on that!;)
     
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    I'll definetly be trying that out tommorow. But on a side note, what do you guys think of my 1200 :D Its a nice change of scenery compared to my HAF.
     
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    I think it's sexy as hell mate!!! :respect:
     
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    To be honest, and sometimes people don't like me when I'm honest, I don't like the 1200. But, I think it's better than the HAF. Anyone that models a case like a jerrycan should be <insert something quite rude here> in my opinion.
    But that's the HAF. The 1200 is just not my taste.
     
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    Fair enough, no hard feelings.
     
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    I'm not a huge Antec fan. But then again, I don't like the HAF as well.

    But as long as you like a case, and you get good temps, that's all that matters, right? ;)
     
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    Exactly :) Thanks guys, you build some awesome systems yourselfs. Glad to be part of this community.
     
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    when i was about to buy a new case it was a hard toss up between the HAF922 and the SilverStone RaVeN RV02B-W I chose the RV02 for two reasons no red LEDs and not as fat as the HAF922 so fits on my desk just about right
     
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    does someone said "Raven"?
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    Yeah, youre right! Thats real Carbon ;-)
     
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    yup i did so hows the mouse work good
     
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    Nice mouse, the side button looks a bit weird though. How comfortable is it?
     
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    in the beginning, its strange to work with it, because its really big, and its ergonomy is more for aliens, than ordinary humans :laugh:
    on top of it, is a small lcd, which shows the raven symbol, or alternatively, the dpi settings you chose, when you change them with the button on the side of the big blue sidewheel
    the second wheel enables the 3d aero windows, where your scroll by them and can see whats inside,while you do.

    its easy to move,50/50 balanced, so no need to adjust it yourself, it got a dual eye 3200 dpi sensor from phillips, and you can change the settings to your likings, as usual :)
    after a few days, i got to knew that baby a little better, and in fact i upped my OS clickrate,when working (better switches in the mouse,then in my old too)
    its also very comfortable, when you grab it right, and your hand wont get tired from it, when used to it :)
    i have to improve my gaming with the new mouse, but at least my aiming is far more fluently now! ;)

    and it only costed about 30 euro, so i found that quite the good investion!:D
     
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    cool i always liked alien lookin tech looks like you really need 8 fingers on 1 hand to be able to make the most out of it in gaming ;)
     
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    shite i just looked up to how much it costs here frack me it's $125.95nzd over priced here just like the case i bought
     
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    oh, you just need a long thumb, flexible ring finger, and best would be, longer hand than normal. silverstone want you to use your left, middle, and ring finger on it at the same time, but i quite dont agree, and grab the mouse to my likings, just with 2 finger for the wheel main buttons and side buttons, and the ring finger clicking the buttons at the right edge.

    as said, the design is probably good for really long handed, long fingered people, or even people with frying pan hands, as long as their fingers arent too stubby. but everyone can adjust to that, and when you got it, its really comfortable! :)

    EDIT: WOAH! that expensive??? it was one of the more cheaper gaming mouses i could get here, just about 30% more expensive then the cheapest!
     
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    HAHA LOL your right tho thats one sexy mofo mobo i wonder if it does housework and makes a cuppa could work out cheaper than the misses
     
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    Got bored today while camping ebay auctions for some parts...

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    How's it look?
     
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    very blue lol:rolleyes:
     
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    That's what I was trying to do with this rig.

    Sure, blue is very common, but I like it.
     
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    Hey Rad i wasn't puttin it down mate it is very blue, I like blue i just wish i could find some Blue LED 180mmx38mm fans to run in the bottom of my RV02
     
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    I didn't say you were, I just know some people around hear dislike LED's in their rigs, etc.

    I found some 180mm x 32mm ones... Any reason your looking for 180mm x 38mm?
     
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    yup the original fans in the bottom of the SilverStone RaVeN RV02B-W are all 180 x 38 and I'm lookin to replace with the same size but LED lit instead of plain black
     

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