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

  1. Athlonite

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    I thought the HAFx came with built in cable management holes in the mobo tray I'd be using them as much as possible
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    Just found the last Dutch webshop that had one of these babies left under €100 (where €100 is already a ridiculous price):
    Silverstone SG05 incoming ETA tomorrow. Fast shipping lads too :)

    Seems the Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami/Nuclear problems have had quite an effect on Silverstone stocks over here...

    Now I can finally make a true tiny little LAN machine :rockout: I've already traded my m-ATX motherboard for a mini-ITX board with the same chipset. This will rock! :rockout:

    Pics will follow when the case arrives.
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    Don't know why that is seeing as they're made in China not Japan
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    Most likely shipping usually goes through a Japanese port or whatever. Maybe some parts are being made in Japan, I dunno. They're made in Taiwan btw, which is not far from Japan.

    I've been told the same story by several stores though :)
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    the only thing I can think off that may (very low Possibility) be made in japan on silverstone cases is either the LED's or the on/off and reset switches other than that my SS rv02 say made in China not Taiwan
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    figured I'd throw up one more since I'd gotten my panel window and PCI-E sleeved

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    ^^That looks amazing, love the lighting inside the case. Great job! :)
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    Thanks, gotta figure out what I'm going to do to cover some of the cables right at the psu. Might try and cut some black metal mesh to make half of a cube that slides over everything there. Who knows. Not a real big priority and can probably use a zip tie in the meantime to cinch them together.
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    just one word: MESS! :p
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    That light looks sweet :D
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    Specs to the left. :toast:

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    Seeing all these great builds makes me want to pimp up my own rig. I'm thinking a nice set of decent case fans. Ambient lighting and an aftermarket cooler for my GPU.

    Will post results when I'm finished (probably in about a month :) )
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    Hey guys, new member here, glad to be here!

    Anyway here's my setup right now
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    The M-ATX board looks so tiny in that case lol, about time to upgrade I think :cool:

    and here's how is was about 2 weeks ago.
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    Thanks! One thing I absolutely can't stand is when you can see the LED or neon itself instead of just the light it gives off.

    I bought flexible 3" led strips from auto zone that were meant for car use and have them wired up via moles to the 12v rail. Was pretty cheap and they're able to be tucked in small places out of sight
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    like thisss?? lol I did the same thing.
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    one on bottom, one on top, this is kinda an old pic
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    the Rig thats in the Sig

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    That'll be a great idea, that or a aluminum plate in black or something. Mesh you'll have to get mesh with very small holes so you can't see much behind it.
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    Wheres the Patty Melt 2000? :laugh:
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    Not pc atm, but just set up my z-5500's :) man they sound so much better then my old Creative P7800's.

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    *listening to The Black Dahlia Murder*:rockout:
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    Those 5500's are monsters bro, my buddy has them and I can't get over how awesome they are.
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    Hello everybody, I took on Sunday to give the PC a spring clean, as if this were not enough, I decided to take a photograph, only saved one picture, below. AFF


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    Fuji Finepix AX200
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    Sweet photo, nice case. Can u give us a side on pic so we can see the cable management too?

    I just finished cleaning mine.. took all day, but i got the cables more or less sorted out now. i'll post a pic tomorrow.
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