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

  1. mjkmike

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    @ Kevinheraiz. Don't forget to work on a rig for the sister.:laugh:
     
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    I'm installing windows right now! I'll go take a picture.

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    I'm gunna work on cable management a bit more..
     
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    I was thinking women ;)
     
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    Damn you're good. You catch on to my train of thought quick. As for those thinking woodys ummmmmm what's wrong with you?!
     
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    Nope it's my sister's rig! Mjkmike donated me some parts for hers, and turns out the parts are better than mine, so I might have stolen them for me and given her my old mobo+CPU ;):laugh:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea if she is not going to be using it to its full potential then by all means, take the fast stuff and give her your old stuff that she will barely use.
     
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    That's what I was thinking, shes only gunna be playing games like fallout 3, and batman arkham asylum and she always got shotgun when we were little, this is my payback :laugh:
     
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    getting off topic.
     
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    Finished transferring parts to it.

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    I added a Lego block to keep my card straight because it was bending:

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    Gotta love them Legos:toast:
     
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    alright here's my sweet sys. keep in mind that i had to lift my mattress in order to see the whole thing (still got a ongoing arugment with my girlfriend about that haha,) she don't like to sleep with all the fans running right next to here feet xD.. i said; if u don't like it, then find another bed!.
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    I need a new case i know, this one is falling apart, its got holes and openings everywhere, so the airflow is fucked up. anyone know a good case with maximum airflow? no midi-tower please cuz then i get the same problem as now.. the wiring is really messed up, and a realllyyyy bad airflow. if there even is one!
     
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    CM HAF cases are good but if you want something silent with the same if not little bit better airflow have a look at the Silverstone FT-02, although its on the pricier side.
     
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    lol i don't care about the sound, most of the time i game/surf with headphones on.
    maximum price i can afford is 250 Euros.
     
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    ah ok, well CM HAF X, CM Storm Trooper are all good but I'm only recommending cases that I have owned because I don't make suggestions on things I haven't owned or at least tried. The Corsair 600T would be alright too but its a mid-tower so.. yeh. The FT-02 also has high-positive air pressure used too (less dust and cooler case temperature) and all the fan bays are filled. IMO I would get either the FT-02 or the Storm Trooper.
     
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    alrighty ten i will do some research and see which one suites best for me! Thanks!!
     
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