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

  1. manofthem

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    That case is massive!:eek: because even with that board and those two cards, there is still a ton of room.:rockout:
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    I have to wipe the drool off my keyboard now after looking through this thread
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    Yeah this case is quite a breeze to work with. :D
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    Is it larger then the 800D?
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    It is, but the build quality favors Corsair IMHO.
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    I picked up all this for a smok'in deal @EVGA, most of this will be going in my future Haf-Xb project.

    ;)

    i spy a build log approaching...

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    I would say that's more of a fact than an opinion :laugh: 500R was one of my favorite cases to work with.

    Mind you, this Xiggy does what it's intended to quite well for the price. I'd looked at Fullmo GT but that just looked like it had more plastic
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    Carpet? What kinda of weird ass carpets do you get over the pond? That's MDF, boy.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    the blur of the pic made that MDF look like carpet in a hotel or something, you know the tightly-woven stuff...then peet said what he did, and I was feeling a bit sheepish.

    :roll:
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    Jumping on the IB train. Been running Core2D's for 5+ years now.

    GIGA Z77-UD5H + 3750K + CM 212 EVO + 16GB G.Skill Sniper 2133 C9 + Intel 4000HD graphics (for now!)

    And a POS 450w power supply I had lying around. This will be going into the case in my sys specs (H20)

    Wooden tables make the best computer cases! :laugh:

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    correct for you xd
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    Here is my latest -


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    Added some quick disconnects.
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    The New Cooler Master HAF XB Case Clubhouse has arrived!!:toast:

    Check it out: here
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    Work in progress installing new SSDs. Next, AX1200i with sleeved cables and H100i + some Corsair fans to replace the old ones. Then, GTX 7xx card(s). :)

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    How many gf cards/monitors do you have?
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    It's mad how people get 680 sli/xfire and still have a single low res monitor lol.

    I'm not saying you but some idiots have sli 680 with a single 24" monitor.
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    And I thought the HAF-X was big :respect:
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    One 23" 120Hz with GTX 480 atm. Something like 2x GTX 680 would be ok to get that 120fps average in reasonable amount of games. Very likely going to have 2x GTX 780 just for the sake of future.

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