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

  1. travva

    travva New Member

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    new fans in my haf-x and new xmas present :D

    here's my fans in my haf-x guys. man they were a royal pain in the ass to put in due to me using the usb3 front panel ports!!! also my new TV that I bought myself for xmas. it's an lg led set. it actually works well as a monitor too.

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    Looks good man! Is that a 40"?
     
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    47"
     
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    Wow, thats one nice TV man! Your monitor must be pretty large then huh? Looked like a 20-22 inch monitor with like a 40 inch tv. Must be at least a 24-28 with a 47" tv :p
     
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    thanks buddy! yea my monitor is a 27" asus.
     
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    Dang im good :D
     
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    I was cleaning out my desk today and looky looky what found and forgot all about.:laugh:

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    have you used it or did you buy it and forget you had it
     
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    Wile E Power User

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    I used it on my old 9600 just kicks and then put it back in the box to keep it safe. I bought this cooler from peet several months ago.:p
     
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    I was going to ask...lol
     
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    This.

    Or rearrange them, putting red in the middle for more balance. Would look better.
     
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    Yeah - I think I like the clipping idea:)
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Collection is growing again, with a new addition today:

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    In a pile:

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    nvm :roll:
     
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    nice little collection you have there ay cadaveca

    @hammeron try the red fan in the middle first before you go clippin all the LEDs then if you still don't like it you can clip away till your hearts content
     
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    Shit for $600 i could build one in fiberglass, sand it and seal it for less, I smell a DIY project coming on.
     
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    Thats a professional, seamless, cyc. Theres also a collapsible alternative for sub $250. Lemme check those out.
     

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