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

  1. wolf

    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    wtf is that mouse pantherx12, and how on earth do you hold/use it?

    I like the look of your new pad too Mussels, but I've never liked them personally, using one just gives me the "nails on a chalkboard" feeling. love razer pads but I'm a cloth pad kinda guy.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    I see a Element S, nice. :toast:
     
  3. pantherx12

    pantherx12 New Member

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    It's a Evoluent Verticalmouse 3 (rev 2) you hold it in a "handshake grip" ( how the company describes it) it was horrendous getting used to it but when you are it's real nice.

    My dad found it in a skip :laugh:

    They retail new for about £60 at the moment about close to £100 when they first came out (around 90 usd and 155 usd)


    The other side just in-case you were wondering

    [​IMG]
     
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    Grab a OCZ mouse pad.

    Make that sucker glide

    Because it looks like its a lugging, sticky feeling horror.

    I love smooth glide to i can cap 3 idiots at 1 time :)
     
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    It's not really sticky but I probably could do with a actual mouse mat lol this papa johns menu just doesn't quite cut it. XD
     
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    [​IMG]

    And just got my second 5870 today and the rest of my ram and fans on Tuesday then time to start building
     
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    I wish I could upgrade my system : [

    Curse you Kovoet for making me jealous! XD
     
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    sorry mate and just walked in the house with a new heat gun for the shrink wrap.
     
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    Nice rig! Welcome to TPU bro:toast:

    Your hdd cage is bugging me, bolt that thing down:laugh: but I really like how your Tt cooler matches the front bezel of your case.:cool:

    I'll take it for $35 shipped @ crunchers discount:D

    :wtf: handshake huh, mmmmm interesting.

    I have been thinking of buying this case! but I'm jumping between the HafX and the 800D....I am about 50/50 so far:confused:
     
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    Reason I bought this case was the cooling on the GPU's is supposedly one of the best but that is with air cooled
     
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    New aquisition, Razer Orochi and pad Kabuto. Nice mouse, nice pad.

    *Sorry for this quality photo.

    [​IMG]

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us
     
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    Getting a handle on my "new to me" DSLR (Rebel XT)

    [​IMG]
     
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    Woah I wouldn't feel comfortable with that heatsink so close to the top of the card, has it got a bit of foam inbetween? ( or something)
     
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    There is more room than it looks, there is no chance they will touch;)
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Dude, 24-pin . . . [​IMG]
     
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    custom made by some guy at xtremesystems
     
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    Nah, Crysisgamer is over here now too.. ;)
     
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    thank you
    lol
    the HDD cage is out of a cosmos s lol
    the guy i am borrowing the case off got it for a review like it off thermaltake
    and he cant do a review without half the case lol

    i am aiming for a red and black colour scheme aswell :p
     
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    I thought that guy was from the EVGA Forum....damn he is all over the place!
     
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    Yep He's Everywhere! Not bad for being 16 huh?
     
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    Oh believe me, I've seen it before. I just really like the color choice. Goes really well with the GB board. First GB one I've seen.
     
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    Thank you Storm:) His work is really good, but doesn't he charge quite a bit? I remember looking at his pricing list on Evga and it looked expensive, but I could see why.
     
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    It's pricey, but for good reason. Have you ever tried to single sleeve? I regular-sleeved, and it took me about 10hrs to do on half a PSU.
     
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    Nice job sneeky
     
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