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Old 11-05-2006, 05:13 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Well, i did do those two last year over the summer, back when i was 15... All i really used was a jigsaw for th grey/green one, and a hole saw for the blue white one...

Anyhow, I think peoples cases look better often before they cut holes in them using improvised tools... i.e. pocket knifes O_o
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Well, i did do those two last year over the summer, back when i was 15... All i really used was a jigsaw for th grey/green one, and a hole saw for the blue white one...

Anyhow, I think peoples cases look better often before they cut holes in them using improvised tools... i.e. pocket knifes O_o
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Old 11-05-2006, 11:41 PM   #13 (permalink)
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nice work, don't be afraid to do **** yourself, just be careful and do it right the first time, don't rush through it. thats pretty much how I learned to work on cars, (that and reading everything I could find), and I recently finished restoring a 40 year old car. keep at it
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Well, i did do those two last year over the summer, back when i was 15... All i really used was a jigsaw for th grey/green one, and a hole saw for the blue white one...

Anyhow, I think peoples cases look better often before they cut holes in them using improvised tools... i.e. pocket knifes O_o
lol sry thot ur year said 1986. as soon as u said a year back when u were 15 i got confused. i'm 1986 thats why. alright that means i really have seniority over u
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I still have a nicer computer than you so :P
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Old 11-07-2006, 12:45 AM   #16 (permalink)
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hey, aspire, what type of case is that in ur second pic? it looks freaking wicked.



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Old 11-07-2006, 01:11 AM   #17 (permalink)
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811147010

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ShowIm...ply+%2D+Retail


Identical cases, mine was just beige...

Anyhow, if your really interested in it, perhaps we could work something out... Its just gathering dust right now for me...

It is slightly taken apart tho, and its missing the side fans and a few other things...
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oooh! just you wait. thats it, time to pull out the bug guns... later . but u wont be saying that after this christmas!
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yeah well for right now i have a better computer than both of you : D , but im sure that wont last long. I have my short time to relish in the fact that not everyone has a C2D.
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i have all 3 of you beat!!! and my case has a 250mm fan in the side! MUAHAHAH. jk, i couldn't help myself
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