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

  1. HammerON

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    My wife wants a Dyson but it's 500 bucks:eek:, really? 500 for an F'n vacuum:slap:


    Ed's the ultimate CM fanboy:p j/k bro, your rig is looking better then ever. I myself have been slowly getting rid of my led fans. I used to love the flashy cosmetics of a pc but now I'm starting to like the more stealthy look.
     
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    Hey, so I like some of their products. :p Maybe I'll get lucky and they'll hire me. ;)

    I honestly am picky about the amount of light, but as I have two cats, the LEDs light up my room so it helps me keep tabs on them. :D Plus it makes it easier for me not to trip on things, as I'm rather clumsy. Oh, and the CM R4's look damn good with LEDs.
     
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    Ed couldn't possibly be a CM fanboy. His PSU is Corsair, instead of CM!


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    Yeah, but Lauren's PSU is Cooler Master! :p
     
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    The Dyson Ball is expensive but my friend has one and damn does it work well. Maneuverability to the max and it only takes one swipe and everything is gone.
     
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    Go suck a chode. It's not like I have to ever see it. Plus it's only ugly due to a slight bend on the lower part.

    Edit- Better now?

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    Function > Form

    It's like the guy who spends 7 grand on a paint job for his honda civic, does it make it go faster . . . . no, does it look nice . . . I guess . . . . in the same way a steak from Ruth Kriss Steak House looks soooooo much better than a steak from Applebee's . . . . however the taste or in this case the preformance is much different .
     
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    I think it's a very clever 5.25" bay fan mod...and I'm surprised I didn't think of it first.:p looks good to me bro!
     
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    If you notice Ed I did say "almost" the worst one is in the Ghetto mods thread and as you pointed out it's not like anyone will see it once the front panel is back inplace

    anyhoo it wasn't meant as an insult dude and it is a creative fan bracket

    As for the rest of the insides :respect: that's immaculate wish i could get my RV02 as clean but the cables for the ST75F-P psu just aren't quite long enough another 10~15cm is all they'd need I might see if I can find the extension kit here
     
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    Sorry, after being hurt at work recently, I've been a bit on edge.
     
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    MEH sweet as bro I got thick skin so it's all water off a ducks back so to say
     
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    Not mine, but posting for grins:

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    not as good as the real deal:pimp:
     
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    Got my studio monitors today. KRK Rokit 5's, G2's. Still having sound problems though.

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    A bunch of my shit, lol

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    I have them going through onboard right now (even though my PCI card is still installed? Fucking gay OS) and they sound REALLY fucking good. Of course they are studio monitors though so they are built for accuracy. They are surprisingly powerful too. My old speakers (technically my mom's) were like 100W/channel I think (they are pretty good speakers) and these are not only louder but sound twice as good at high volumes, even though these are only rated as 15W to tweeter/30W to woofer (bi-amplified).
     
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    And he can finish it off with a KRK 10S :D
     
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    Yeah my good friend just set these up and they sounded absolutely clean! your stoked bro:toast:
     
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    Shit when I get a job that will be my first purchase. Used they go for about $300 I think. Though the bass on these is still fantastic.
     

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