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[Case Gallery] Thermaltake La Armor

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by FoxHokage, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. FoxHokage Guest

    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Thermaltake Armor
    AMD Athlon 4400+ x2 @ 2.3 Ghz
    OCZ Platinum Revision 2gb DDR2800
    Antec NeoHE 550W Modular PSU
    ASUS M2N E-SLI
    Two Tt I-cages
    Logiysis Card Reader 54-1
    3x Cooler Master Silence
    1x Thermaltake LED
    2x XFX/EVGA 7600GT SLi
    Lite-On DVD Burner

    AUX:
    Steelsound 5hv1
    G3 Logitech LaserPrecision Mouse
    G15 Logitech Gaming Keyboard
    Steelseries QCKheavy


    Mods:
    Hide the cables on other side of case
    Added Cooler Master Mars/Fans
    Cooler Master Silence LEDS

    First real build for me.
     
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  2. asamimasa New Member

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    Wow this is by far the greatest case mod I have ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Hi Tim
     
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    a bit of shamelss promotion.... o_O

    Back to the Rig its a good build for your first time. You might wanna clean up those wires that are hanging out and think about sleeving the front panel wires.
    Just a side note I personally wouldnt have bothered with a 7600 SLi setup. But then again 8800gt isnt out yet =/
    oh you might wanna delete that test rig you did earlier
     
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    LOL @ Steelseries QCKheavy+
    it's official name is called SteelPad QcKheavy
     
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  5. FoxHokage Guest

    ok well sry...i'll change that...
    no need to get all fussy over it :love:
     
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    steelkane New Member

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    LOL,,, Don't make it so obvious next time.
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    believe it or not, 7600gt's in sli are pretty powerful.
     
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    There GT's

    Nice Case BTW.
     
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    One 8800 Ultra using 3Dmark2001 scores 8000 points higher then the 7600GT's in SLI mode with the same CPU.
     
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  11. FoxHokage Guest

    Thanks deek :) :) :)
    Yeah, Im got a new zalman 9700, 25cm side panel fan with a new window, and get an 8800 later on the year, in around december.
     
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    good work on your first build.

    try cable managing the front part of the case.

    good work though
     

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