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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    ive seen that alot, many manufactures does that,

    but its still funny and im always like.....wtf is this :wtf:
     
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    It's this case from newegg...was only $40 with a combo deal I think.
     
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    would anyone buy my 800d if i put it on sale? i feel like getting an ft01b-w this corsair case is too big for me, and not very good without a loop
     
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    Bad pic, but here's my i7:
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  5. (FIH) The Don

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    nice rig Ion:D
     
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    Thanks guys!
    The full ATX motherboard is so much nicer for cable management since the front panel cables and such are at the very top of the case where it's harder to see them. I'm considering ordering a NZXT unisleve 24pin and 6pin extension, I'd have the cables go up along the front of the case on the far side of the fan, the adapter would be hidden behind the drive bays, and then they'd come down by the HDD. Should look better, I just need to get them :roll:
     
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    Wow, I'm loving that rig Ion. That motherboard looks really good...
     
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    Nah, it's just one of those "backwards" cases. His is the Lian-Li PC-A05S.
     
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    Gotta love those, also the Silverstone Ravens are Backwards motherboard layout too !
     
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    Thanks :)

    It's not the best P55 board there is (EVGA P55 Classified, anyone?), but it was reasonably affordable, clocks like made, and has a ton of PCIe slots. I've always liked Asus' subdued color scheme (vs something crazy like GB)
    Nah, this case is upside down. It's very small (which is great), but I'm considering replacing it with an Antec 300 or CM 690II Advanced for better airflow and cable management....and it'll be very cramped with my 2nd GPU
     
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    i'd take the cm690II over the A300 any day, might be a tad more expensive but its all well worth it

    A300 HAS seen its glory days, time to step aside now:D
     
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    I liked my last A300, but I'm still trying to debate whether it's worth it to get the 690II Advanced. Probably :)
     
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    :D i also had a few A300, great value cases, but thats about it(no offense)

    but the new 690 is the new budget king imo

    so yes definately worth it

    and ive had both
     
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    I had the original CM690 and it was great...and the 690II only looks better :toast:
     
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    orderd my FT01B-W :D
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    About to post some pics to my rig in a minute.;)
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Some pics of my rig(it's really nothing special to look at): (excuse the crappy pics, all i have is my cellphone for a camera)

    The front:

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    Sorry the this pic being reversed, i had to opened up gif 2.6 and rotated it vertically.:(

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    Dat Ass:

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    This pic is reversed to, sorry.:(^


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    Here’s my bench box with a couple of newly added SATA hot swap bays, two fan controllers and modular PSU.

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    Nice Metal:)
     
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    Nice rigs both of you :D
     
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    Agreed. Gee whiz, CD, an i7 and a new 470? You're getting pretty elite:toast:

    Beautiful bench, MR, love the twin batmobiles. By the way, haven't figured out how to fit your old water tank into my rig, yet.
     
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    how is it not good with a water cooling loop, i found it to be one of the easiest cases to use, i'll take some new pics tonight after the fireworks to show you how i got it set up, i've changed mine a lot since i got it.
     
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    i said without watercooling. but yeah for cable management its the easiest ive ever seen, but i simply dont get enough cooling to the memory or gpu with stock cooling. well ive orderd a ft01-b now ill give that a try

    and its too big :p
     

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