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

  1. MGF Derp

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    I love 690 cases. As for cables, hide everything you can fit behind the motherboard tray. I mean everything.
     
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    New mobo and ram^^
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    yeah IDE, i still use it too, my drive has been about 4 years and still rock, that why i still use them
     
  4. Chicken Patty

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    You got a decent rig man. Throw in some nice SATA HDD's and you'll amazed how much better it'll run. Especially if you can throw an SSD in the mix. :D
     
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    Heeeey, its rounded!

    I know, i know! Need some sata dvd player someday as well....

    Good idea, will do that when all my new casefans will go in.

    Exactly, plus the money isnt always as abundantly present.

    Who? Me? Or micro?

    Cant see all that well, maybe a daytime pic? Love the green though. I had to abandon my blue theme because of the peeps in the house here. (It was so bright it would keep them awake, all the bedrooms have windows above the doors)
     
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  6. BrooksyX

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    I run an ide cable on my rig for the dvd drive.
     
  7. Chicken Patty

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    My post was directed at the person who posted the picture with the IDE cable.
     
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    IDE still works great most times. I use IDE with my DVD burners.
     
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    Just completed building this at work. NZXT Source 210 Black (Sorry about the bad photos.)

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    Don't mind the two older IDE drives. :laugh:
     
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    how many storage do you have there o.o
     
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    Five 1.5 TB drives and Two 500GB drives. It's a NAS storage box for a client.
     
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    Very nice build Randal! :toast:
     
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    It'd be nicer if we didn't have to use IDE drives and their previous PSU, but oh well. Plus I'd feel better if we installed another two exhaust fans in the top.

    I have to say thou, this case is awesome for $40
     
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    In my opinion IDE cables shouldn't be used in modern PC's
     
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    +1 that is a massive storage box. I assume they have HD movies on there or thats alot of wasted storage ,lol :)
     
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    I absolutely love my Source 210 Elite. Great case, especially for the price!
     
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    As long it aint bottlenecking you, and they are rounded for the airflow, it doesnt matter.
     
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    I just think that IDE cables are too ugly to use in modern gaming PC...
     
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    Not even nostalgically?
     
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    Not really ...
     
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    Which makes a whopping 0% difference when the side panel is on and the computer is doing it's job. :)
     
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    Latest pics of my 650D. I think ill move on to the Cosmos II once its released I need a full tower. :)

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    The splitter that came with my H70 literally fell apart. The gauge is so awful on those wires, surprised that failed first. I ordered a sleeved splitter from frozencpu and it's been radically better.

    Got one for $32 shipped. Literally the only NZXT case I liked working with. Their other shit drives me insane.
     

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