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Anyone seen this HAF X side panel on 932

I wonder what other pieces fit. Either way I like that panel and think I'm going to replace mine with the X.
WOW nice find, maybe coolermaster has a HAF x side panel for sale in there online store, if so i would be changing over!
 

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Wile... Your part of OClit.. There's a reason you don't care about how it looks.. It'll be burnt by time you go for something new!
:rockout:
Yeah, I suppose that burnt still looks the same, regardless of what color it started at. lol.


Still, I don't see any sense in picking inferior hardware based on looks. It's just plain dumb. Now, if your choices are all of equal quality, then by all means, pick by color. But you don't do something like buy a low end ECS board over a Gigabyte, because of color.

Agreed, I'ma start reporting posts as being off topic :laugh:



It's a nice little 2 bay unit, that is expandable and very configurable. I'm in way over my head here with trying to configure the damn remote access. I'll start a new thread, yeah I need that much help.
Didn't mean to sound like I was knocking it. It looks like a nice little unit. I would have something like that if they could offer enough storage space, but they don't, unfortunately. I would need a 6 bay or larger, and by that time, a server just makes more sense, thus my current config.

As for config issues, sorry I can't help. Windows and Apple file sharing is easy, and about the extent of my network storage knowledge. lol.

Everything I have read, even Maximum PC, state that, Kaspersky trumps Norton in detection, though Norton does beat in Kaspersky in one area scan time:eek:. Norton is crap, even if you redesign a turd, it's still a turd, even if it has improved, I refuse to use it, because their customer service is as effective and helpful as smashing yourself in the face with a rock :banghead:. It may be better than it was, but it's still crap in mine and many others books.
Being crap "in your book" does not make it fact. It's an entirely new AV. People are just stuck in the past.

Kaspersky beats Norton in proactive/realtime, Norton beats Kaspersky in On Demand and in removal. Norton beats Kaspersky in resource usage, and system performance.

I suggest taking a look around http://www.av-comparatives.org/ for some good info on AV software. A good bit has changed in the industry in the past 2 years or so. Most notably, is Kaspersky and NOD32 being on a steady downward trend. They are getting too bloated for their own good, and if it keeps up, they will be in the same position Norton was in until their 09 rewrite.

Holy mother of red, batman!

Not too shabby. I'm not a fan of red, but it is coordinated, so I can't fault you on it.
Well when you got the dosh grab an silver gel pen aswell then use it to fill in the Tuniq and detailing on the top It'll make it look a hundred times better (see Pic below)

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That actually does look pretty darn good. Pretty surprising what just a small "mod" can accomplish sometimes.

I can't get the thought of selling my second rig, HTPC, and laptop for a MacBook Pro out of my head. Someone talk some sense into me!
Gaming sucks on a MacBook Pro (even in Windows), and they are way overpriced for the performance level. Still nice computers tho.

If it's OS X you want, there are other ways.

DON'T DO IT!

Macs are overpriced, prone to overheating, don't run Linux well, and aren't at all customisable. I declare it heresy that you'd even consider one!!!
Why the hell would you want to run Linux, when it runs the BSD based OS X on it? You can always compile the needed libs to run BSD apps and repos if you need your *nix fix.

Besides, they aren't bad at running linux. They are no worse that any other laptop with similar specs.

And while not all Macs are overpriced, the laptops definitely are. lol.

Don't do it. Go the hackintosh route if you need OSX! (I bought a copy of Snow leopard though, which I was able to use to install SL)
Got it working on my SR-2, which is absolutely awesome considering how I would've have payed considerably more if I'd gone the mac pro route.
And this is the other ways I was refering to above. I support this method. Research the most compatible hardware, and go this route. I run my 980X rig as a Hackintosh most of the time. It doesn't like my 4870X2 tho, so I use an 8400GS in OS X. OS X kicks major ass for multi-tasking.

I do own a couple real Macs as well. One a 2006 white Core 2 Duo 20" iMac. Still going strong. Great surfing/office/video machine.

And a PowerMac G5 1.6Ghz. Got it for free because it was "broken". Slapped a hard drive in it, and it has been going strong for 3 years now. lol. Not a great machine by today's standards, but fun to mess around with sometimes. Thinking of selling it soon. Can still get over $300 for the tower alone. lol.
 
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That actually does look pretty darn good. Pretty surprising what just a small "mod" can accomplish sometimes.
:toast:

Yup I was actually quite surprised at how much different it looks instead of just plain black and boring
 
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That white inspires me to get the paint out now the weather is warming up.
 
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wish i was with you then its raining atm where i am
 

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also for anyone with an AMD rig the Lancool cases cpu backplate access hole lines up 100% so u can swap any heatsink on my HAF932 i couldnt do that it blocked the 2 bottom screws for the FRIO the K62 tho easiest case ever in that regard literaly i can just open the back panel and BAM instant access to the CPU HSF backplate.

also damn nice white phantom up there looks sexy
 

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Loving that Phantom Mr. Strawberry!!!
 
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thank you
going to cut a window into the side panel when i have some money again :D
 

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That would be even cooler!

I don't like most NZXT cases (too tacky), but it looks like they did this one right....beautiful, great cable management, roomy......wow, I love it!
 
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thank you
it will be where the mesh is for the side 200MM fan just for a little preview :D
 
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Well, the rig for my GF is nearly completion, still waiting for the power supply to get here, and I need to buy my new CPU... (I'm barely going to be able to afford it. :ohwell:)







Oh, and I still need to get my hands on a graphics card for this thing. It'd be some much easier to get this thing done if I wasn't out a 2 weeks worth paycheck. :shadedshu
 
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Being crap "in your book" does not make it fact. It's an entirely new AV. People are just stuck in the past.

Kaspersky beats Norton in proactive/realtime, Norton beats Kaspersky in On Demand and in removal. Norton beats Kaspersky in resource usage, and system performance.

I suggest taking a look around http://www.av-comparatives.org/ for some good info on AV software. A good bit has changed in the industry in the past 2 years or so. Most notably, is Kaspersky and NOD32 being on a steady downward trend. They are getting too bloated for their own good, and if it keeps up, they will be in the same position Norton was in until their 09 rewrite.
I get you you like Norton, great, good for you, but "Kaspersky and NOD32 being on a steady downward trend" is your opinion not fact. I don't care I will not be using norton EVER! not after I was treated so badly by their customer service. I've moved on you should to.






MOAR PICS PLZ!
 
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Well, the rig for my GF is nearly completion, still waiting for the power supply to get here, and I need to buy my new CPU... (I'm barely going to be able to afford it. :ohwell:)

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f282/Renagade_Recon/71fa40a9.jpg

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f282/Renagade_Recon/d692f07f.jpg

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f282/Renagade_Recon/a3fa8f3c.jpg

Oh, and I still need to get my hands on a graphics card for this thing. It'd be some much easier to get this thing done if I wasn't out a 2 weeks worth paycheck. :shadedshu
you should turn the harddrive around will help on cable management
 
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You can't on this case. I tried, and the HDD hits the case side. : /
 
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damn thats stupid :/
 
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That's what happens when you cramp up a small case just to get a rear 120mm exhaust and to allow big CPU coolers to fit. Honestly it's not that big of a deal. It's still a great case considering I got it for $30 with the side window. (It was a refurbished case, but it seemed brand new, looked like a fresh coat of paint, and everything was there!)
 
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not bad then
 

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It is high time that you lock yourself in your closet with a flashlight, a Penthouse, Hustler, and a Swank, and don't come out until you've filled your mind with enough smut that there isn't room for such rubbish.
if he goes that route....
 
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Well, the rig for my GF is nearly completion, still waiting for the power supply to get here, and I need to buy my new CPU... (I'm barely going to be able to afford it. :ohwell:)

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f282/Renagade_Recon/71fa40a9.jpg

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f282/Renagade_Recon/d692f07f.jpg

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f282/Renagade_Recon/a3fa8f3c.jpg

Oh, and I still need to get my hands on a graphics card for this thing. It'd be some much easier to get this thing done if I wasn't out a 2 weeks worth paycheck. :shadedshu
That looks quite nice, I hope she likes it :)

Why are you out 2 weeks worth of pay? :shadedshu :ohwell:
 
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My boss didn't get building permits and the City shut us down for inspection. So I'm out 2 weeks pay. :(

She likes it so far, and is pretty excited for when it'll be up and running.
 

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My boss didn't get building permits and the City shut us down for inspection. So I'm out 2 weeks pay. :(

She likes it so far, and is pretty excited for when it'll be up and running.
Oooh, that sucks majorly :(

Sorry to hear that :(

Does she use your computer ATM or have an older one?
 
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Cooling Corsair H50
Memory Corsair DDR3 1333Mhz (2 x 4GB)
Video Card(s) MSI R7970
Storage 2 WD Blue 500GBs, 1 WD 1TB
Display(s) 2 Acer S231HL 23" LED backlit LCD's on a Dual LCD stand
Case Corsair 600T White edition
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Corsair 850HX 850W
Software Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
She games now and again on my rig, but she does have her C2D laptop, it's not that good thou. Which is why I wanted to build her a PC, since the Laptop can't do very much really. :ohwell: