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  • You build anything new lately? Also are you better health wise? I no longer eat my medicine nowadays realized that it damaging for me long term with that. For me I am still running my same build now, change the silver stone power supply which is not playing well with my Ryzen. Changed back to a stock cooler as I rusted my d15 lol. I just transfer to a new case this week which I think is an impulse purchase.
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    MIRTAZAPINE
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    I realized the medicine is making my thoughts way more worse with side effects, I guess the doctor was wrong after all. I cold turkey too. You sleeping better now? 4790k is a very good cpu I would saying on z97 if I had that. Still have my biostar around for sentimental value. Nowadays PC stuff are just boring now and not worth it. Alot of things change not to my liking too.
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    yes Dan A4 case. Never bought such an expensive case or deskstop part like this. ;;; All my part is cheaper than the cost of this case except the cpu. Any scratches hurts alot lmao. I already did a few scratches because of assembling because of screws. I like the case it almost half the size of my Raijintek Metis at 7+ litre vs Metis 13+ litres with s"tandard" size parts still.
    tabascosauz
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    I sleep terribly lol. Doctors only prescribe them as the drugs keep you from doing dangerous things that would be a liability for them, but they don't help you get better. The problem with the 4790K is that it's simply too hot. I feel you on the brushed aluminium cases; they scratch too easily. I think of them as battle scars for each place my M1 has travelled lol.
    How is your Ncase M1 case going along? That is one real expensive case. Ncase is brushed aluminium right? How is it holding now? My current itx jonsbo already got tiny scratches around :(. . Arghhh! I wonder how to fix those scratches. I use a spray paint can and a tiny paint brush but the colour don't match. I guess I have to live it being "wabi sabi" (imperfection).
    tabascosauz
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    I have the silver M1 and it's fine. No scratches as of yet. The front of my SG08 was full of scratches and I didn't mind. I'm really not changing it out for something else unless it breaks, so the price doesn't bother me as it's definitely a long-term investment. The best part about the case is that it supports a complete set of dust filters to seal the entire case from dust.
    just realised you changed your case to an sg05 from sg08?
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    You can use clothes to cushion your PC in whatever suitcase you want, but keep in mind that clothes are not like specialised foam; they have very poor protection-to-weight ratio. Chances are, by using clothes, you will be over the weight limit for most airlines except for BA (51lb) and AA (no weight limit). Even if you aren't, it might suck to carry such a heavy thing.
    tabascosauz
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    SG08 and cable management do not mix. Use a ST45SF-G, TS550, sacrifice GPU for a AX760, whatever you want. It sucks donkey nuts. The layout is just horrible for cable management. SG05 has a whole bunch of space up top just for cable management. SG13 wastes that space with an ATX PSU.
    MIRTAZAPINE
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    I guess I would not exceed that weight for check-in baggage my atx pc is light enough. Gosh a travel pc is more hard work than I thought. Thanks for experiences it give me ideas of what to look out for.

    Would be awaiting for you pictures.
    Issues with this R7 265 have almost driven me insane. Ordered a non-SC GTX 750 Ti to finally put an end to this madness.
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