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

  1. [Ion]

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    I think the point is that running Windows 7 on an 800MHz CPU from 1999 wouldn't work very well. XP or a Linux distro would be much better suited to this task.

    Also, I wouldn't go with Ultimate. Professional and Home Premium are probably sufficient for what you want, and far cheaper :toast:
     
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    Are you running W7 in a Slot A board? I didn't think W7 would have such old drivers built in... :eek: That's amazing :cool:
     
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    no no no, lol.. I should google things instead of just asking, I guess. I kinda get bored sometimes and ask dumb shit. I considered editing the post after I googled how old that board was, but that seemed kinda dishonest. That thing was made before I ever looked inside a computer...
     
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    Seems like it was only like a $40 difference last I looked. There was something in there I wanted that my current version doesn't have. Anyways, sorry to drag it off topic... I'll go back to lurking now.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    You cannot escape TPU!! Kinda liek some hotel, or something?:wtf:


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    Love my P67 Sabertooth! would grab a Z77 Sabertooth in a heartbeat if it had a PCI slot(Not willing to part with my PCI X-Fi Fatality just yet)

    I do really need to take some pics and post them in this thread considering the ancient case I run my modern hardware in.:eek:
     
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    I was taling about Mad Shot. I did not even seen your post.
     
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    I admit, it is kinda addicting. I'm trying not to get banned, which is my usual state of being at most forums. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions once I get all my parts and start building... which wont be any time soon. Has anyone here ever used 2 way mirror acrylic as a case material?
     
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    I am going to run win98se or Win me on it as this will be for my old school build for old school gaming.
     
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    A 2way mirror? I haven't seen one yet and that's a cool idea. which side will the mirror part be on?

    As far as being banned is concerned, just keep your posts clean, don't flame people or run them under the bus making fun of them or being downright nasty and I'm sure you will be okay. TPU is a friendly bunch here and questions will be answered no matter how stupid you think they are.

    Remember this, all of us were noobs at one point in our lives. ;)
     
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    Mirror in. Since 2 way mirror works that the dim side you can see through, and the bright side reflects, if I light up the inside of the case in a dim room, it should be pretty spectacular. In a bright room, I suspect you would be able to see through it but it'd be smokey/translucent. I wouldn't do an entire case that way (I think that would probably be kinda disorientating), but a couple walls might be interesting. I'm going to go with this case maker, have not decided the design yet, but I love his work: http://lazerwerx.com/services.html He has (had? might be sold by now) this one for sale now as a demo case: http://s954.photobucket.com/albums/ae26/Lazerwerx/Mid Tower Air/ but I think I actually need to have something a bit bigger than this. His cases are really sharp, though. He says he's never used mirror due to the expense. At around $250 for something similar to this but full tower, the price is not unreasonable. I was kinda scared to ask for a quote, expecting it to be much higher. I probably don't need a full tower, but I like things clean, and I'd hate to end up with something cluttered looking in the end.

    I'm never mean and wouldn't flame anyone, I'll try to *behave*... erm... try.
     
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    I have seen it once before as a complete case (built kinda like a Mountain Mods case with this as the panel material bolted on the outside) and a few times as a case window that would only show the internals if the lights were on inside.
     
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    Yes, that would be very cool, I think I am going to do this (if I can find anywhere to buy one sheet at a reasonable price). I plan to have it lit up like a rave on the inside.
     
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    Check your local glass cutting businesses. Techincally, I believe it's acrylic, but many of them will still stock it (or be able to order it for you). Sometimes they have renamnts left from other jobs they'd sell cheap, but that might only work for the window.
     
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    Starting a new build :)
     
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    That'd be really cool Phae
     
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    Love the white gibbo, What sort of amp do you run it through, im using a 40w egnator atm thats pretty nice.

    HAah its the daves of our lives aye hehe!!!

    I had an sg for a while, using a flender now, bit off topic sorry.
     
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    You need a descent chair. Your back is going to be messed up
     
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    A Descent chair? Mine goes up and down...:p



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    Actually, I really think it's all about posture.

    No amp ATM. Had a couple, gave one away, traded in an Orange Tiny Terror for a POD HD, gonna buy a new amp that does with the POD..well, whenever. :roll:

    A Yamaha 8160 7.2. ;) But jsut got a couple of speakres plugged in, and no sub, since these littel bookshelfs rock on thier own.
     
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    I prefer feser one over any custom coolant you can make up, it gives great temps and i never notice any gumming or whatnot on the internal components, it also has just the right amount of biocides and anti corrosives, not to mention i've seen it beat out pure distilled water
     
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    The MSI Ravager case I got from Sneeky :toast:

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