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    I was going to get this case for the purpose of portability, but ended up not because I couldn't mount my H50 on the back or top.:( I never even thought about mounting it on the front??? wow! thanks erocker for the idea.:toast: I dont know why I didn't think of that before.:eek:
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    lol. That's why he's called the e-rocker.

    It does look sweet. I never dealt with matx. I like how its totally vented as long as its in a well cooled area.

    Sweet job on that rig.
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    You probably didn't think of it because of the drive bay that's there. It's easily removed though, just 4 screws and it's out.
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    I had the same problem with my ECO. The front was the only place to put it, and it just fit.
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    sweet picks of the Vulcan :)
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    Yeah I can see that! I also have the same Zerotherm gpu cooler on my 9600gt and they are amazing for their size.:cool:
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    When I first put these cards in the Vulcan with their default coolers they go quite hot (80-90C). The Zerotherms cooled down the GPUs nicely, but the side fan also helps cool those heatsinks on the ram chips.
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    lookin forward to some pics of your soon to be wc tempest t77.
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    list updated*

    ooooh you noticed that;).....:laugh: thanks buddy! I should have it all setup by the end of the month. I'm so excited:rockout:
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    lol, of course. have fun w/ it.
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    I can't wait either, and knowing how skillful you are it'll be awesome for sure.
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    :toast: Welcome to the club bro!

    If you would like to vote on gottistar's Phantom in the case mod gallery I have it on the list in the OP.
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    just a little heads up that I will be digging my NZXT 'back up' rig up and doing some updates on it so pics will be up shortly
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    Just posted a new vid of Freeman's Box on yotube, check it out!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1VzBwS0A1k

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    sweet! I will be waiting;)
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    Hi Guys and Gals,
    It's great to see fans of NZXT form a club thread and share their interests. As a representative from NZXT, your support is greatly appreciated.
    We want to provide better services to our fans and customers, so we will expand our services by providing responses in forums other than our own. I will be constantly checking the forum to answer any problems our consumers may have and comment on your builds/mods. Feedback is always welcomed, whether they are good or bad. This will help us improve our products and services for a better customer experience.
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    nice :D :rockout:

    btw, you guys need to make a lanbox of some sort, i know you have the Rogue, but we need 2nd edition :D
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    YES! I totally agree with this one:toast:
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    Sadly, we do not have plans for another lanbox similar to the NZXT Rogue at the moment. :(
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    I wrote an email last week to NZXT. My fan controller (fan 3 & 4) on my Phantom went out. I asked if there was a way of getting a replacement some how. Haven't gotten any response yet.
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    May he is like me....:p

    To be honest, I have always been obsessed with multiple cards (xfire and SLI), I agree 100% that running one single powerful gpu will be the best way to go for both price and performance...but for some reason I would still rather run 2 cards:wtf: If I were to buy a 5870 or a 480, I would eventually want to get a second:laugh: I dont do it for bragging rights or a big e-peen, I just love to see 2 GPU's chill'in in a rig.;)
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