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[Case Gallery] Up-Armor HALO mod

LquidSnak

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Portland, OR
System Name Self Built Desktop
Processor AMD Athlon II X3 445
Motherboard MSI 870A-G54
Cooling Zalman CNPS7500-Cu
Memory PNY XLR8 DDR3 1600 4x2GB
Video Card(s) MSI Cyclone N450GTS
Storage 4X WD caviar blue (3 500GB, 1 1TB)
Display(s) ASUS VE205T, NEC 1770GX
Case Thermaltake Armor A90
Power Supply Antec EA-650
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Specs:
Armor A90 Case
MSI 870A-G54 Motherboard
AMD Athlon II X3 445
MSI Cyclone N450GTS VGA
Antec Earthwatts 650W PSU
2x WD Caviar 500GB HDD RAID-0
Hitatchi Deskstar 1TB HDD
Zalman cooler
Xigmatek fans (orange blades, white LED)

Mods:
Painted case, cutouts underneath mesh for positive airflow, stash drawer for CD/DVD blanks,
 
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Location
barrie ont
Processor Phenom II 965
Motherboard Biostar TA870+
Cooling Zalman CNPS10X Performa
Memory Kingston hyperx 1600mhz 2x8gb
Video Card(s) ASUS Radeon HD 6870 DirectCU II 990/1250 stock volts
Storage Seagate 500gb, Wd 1tb black
Display(s) SAMSUNG 2433BW 24
Case Thermaltake v3 black edition
Audio Device(s) onboard, Logitech x540
Power Supply Antec true power modular 650 watt
Software Windows 7 x64 ultimate
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I voted 8/10 because:

very nice not sure why others don't like it
 
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I voted 10/10 because:

good job on the paint scheme. Really and the fact that ya got the aftermarket coolers on cpu and vga shows that you put money in your computer more so than the average user. congrads!
 
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when you ready for a fan controller

Not to be a @#%^head because I was where that cpu of yours was at. We all start somewhere. If thats one of those small psu with molex connector on the floor don't I repeat don't hook up to any type of fan controller. Stand a chance of blowing out the unit I was there and make sure to buy mainstream fans too! I have notice lately some company's have been having problems with the reverse polarity thing like it was in early 2000.