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[Case Gallery] SIMPLE

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by steelkane, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. steelkane

    steelkane New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    A7N8X-E Deluxe, Athlon XP 3200+(400 MHz FSB)(Model 10)(Barton), 1.5GB DDR400 MEMORY, Geforce 4 TI4200 8x with Blue Led BFG heat sink and fan Video Card, Western Digital 120JB Hard Drive, Sony 8x DVD Burner, 380watt power supply.

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    Not much just added Two 80mm case fans in the back and One 120mm case fan in front.

    I built this pc for my 70 year old aunt with spare parts I had around the house, not a power house pc but it has some good old hardware that has enough juice for her. And she loves it.
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    -=l32andon=- New Member

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    Hi steelkane, nice job. Bet your Aunt enjoys it. I voted a 5 because....it is a brown mobo. I've seen my share of them, lol.
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    that used to be a killa combo 2+ yrs ago man. I remember when the xp3200 cpus were around $400 and that motherboard was a fortune too. I bought an NF7-s instead of the A7N8X at the time and it cost me a fortune...

    Good work on the old parts... I bet it can still run the good ol games no probs.... and it is still probably as fast as one of those $600 harvey norman systems they sell.
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    I voted 7 because while it is old hardware cable management is good and the PC does its job I don't really look into the power of components with the case in a case mod thread
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    Well my hat off to you hat, Thanks for the nice votes, I'll sent this link to my aunt, I think she'll get a kick out of it.
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    You know what? Sometimes the simplest builds are the best, the cable managment is really simple and clean - perfect for a basic PC like this, and still some good hardware on it. 6/10.
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    4/10.

    I give a good rig a 5/10 for not so good cable management, no mods, ect..

    I give a simple rig a 4/10 for not so good cable management, no mods, ect...

    I'm not saying I don't like the case! Great simple case; deserves a pretty simple score.

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