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Old May 14, 2007, 04:15 PM
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Looking good :)

in this pic you posted
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It almost looks like the air conditioner behind would fit in nice... hmmm...
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Old May 14, 2007, 04:52 PM
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Thats a niccccce case you got there.
From the pics it looks like it has a mirror finish.
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Old May 14, 2007, 05:08 PM
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Well I think there's a small conference room in there, so maybe a little AC would be nice.

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Old May 14, 2007, 07:03 PM
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Looks great!!!!

Did'jya hire the serfs to move it around for you once it's finished? (Looks like it's going to weigh a ton!!!).
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Old May 14, 2007, 07:16 PM
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Here's a moving technique you and your serfs might consider.

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Old May 15, 2007, 01:35 AM
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LOL! You guys are hilarious!

Wankerfx : Oh yeah ? Well, i got 2 Team Xtreem PC2-6400 before. 1 was DOA and the second one died after a week... So, i didn't had much time to test it out. Could it be the brand that makes the voltage difference from 1 to another ? I remember i could run 4-3-4-9 1000Mhz as well but can't remember the voltage i used. More testing is definitely required here!

JayDee : I could actually fit a Phase change unit into it lol Screw the AC

Supergrover : Yeah Power Coated Black - Mirror Finish

And like i said, it weight only 15 lbs at the moment! With all my watercooling stuff and hardware in it, it will weight much more! But not as much as my stacker do ATM. I can move the case around with 2 finger...lol And anyway, i work every night with cases that weight 50lbs. Sometime less...Sometime more! And i gotta trow them in the "Top" which is way higher than me.

So no moving around problems here

That reminds me that i forgot to buy something from MM... You know when you buy the case, it don't come with anything... Not Bay cover, no fans, no grils. Anyway, when i placed my order i took time to looks around the site so that im sure im not missing anything. I knew the case would come with wheels. But i thoughts it would come with feet too...And no. It don't ... So, instead of placing another order at MM just from some stupid acrylic feet, i decided to make myself some. I took some weird looking feet (That will be impossible to see...They are under the case....) and placed one at each corner where the wheels are supposed to go. You know those feet that you stick under a sofa so that it don't scratch your floor ? Well, thats the ones

BTW: Thanks for the comments guys!
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That case is just mind numbingly huge!!!!!!!

I know you bought some 5 1/4 bezels for it, but do you plan down the road to fill all of the slots with some form of bling?
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That case is just mind numbingly huge!!!!!!!

I know you bought some 5 1/4 bezels for it, but do you plan down the road to fill all of the slots with some form of bling?
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You might want to put a link to the comment thread in your first reserved thread..... :)
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