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Old 12-18-2008, 12:53 AM   #1711 (permalink)
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^the main crop of cables on the left of the pic needs help.. Find somewhere to tuck them up.. Sheathing is a nice touch tho! Bottom half (FT I'm guessing) looks nice and clean tho!



I'd like some input on this actually.. Constructive criticism..

One HDD is disconnected, so there is one SATA cable BRUTALLY visible.. (sorry, my GOOD camera is packed... Going to CT Tomorrow AM to visit the FAM for the holidays)

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Old 12-18-2008, 01:17 AM   #1712 (permalink)
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no.. the armor has no holes in the mobo tray for anything.. i owned one before.. HORRIBLE CASE
The Soprano case I had looked just like that. Hated it too. That stupid bar thingy on the top there was just in the way. I shoulda screwed it out or something lol. Case does look better though.
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Old 12-18-2008, 03:50 AM   #1713 (permalink)
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I own one now, and I absolutely hate it!
after owning a lian li v2000... the armor is just so plain.. and has no features and no holes in the mobo tray for hiding wires
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Old 12-18-2008, 04:51 AM   #1714 (permalink)
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The one thing I found that my temjin TJ-05 was good for was the cable tidying ability. Especially when I had my Hiper 580W modular.
It's just a shame that the Hiper died and I dislike everything else about the TJ-05 lol!
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Old 01-19-2009, 04:52 PM   #1715 (permalink)
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I think Antec-User's is pretty good for all the kit he has in there. I know I have much worse.
Well I re-built my firewall and this is what it looks like now.
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^^ that is **** clean atm!! still gotta whack the HDDs in, but really that is a tidy case!
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Old 01-19-2009, 05:21 PM   #1717 (permalink)
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^^ that is **** clean atm!! still gotta whack the HDDs in, but really that is a tidy case!
No sir that's done and finished. The HDD is a SATA laptop drive underneath the lowest PCI card.
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ahhh! thats what that is under there! i was gonna ask, but then i thought it might be your secret wire stashing spot lol! a 2.5" HDD... nice! very very very nice! that's just awesome man!

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Old 01-19-2009, 05:40 PM   #1719 (permalink)
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ahhh! thats what that is under there! i was gonna ask, but then i thought it might be your secret wire stashing spot lol! a 2.5" HDD... nice! very very very nice! that's just awesome man!

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Thanks man, that's quite a complement. Actually looking at the pic though I think there is a bit more I could do.
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I'll give you a 9/10, looks like a stock wire management job...no self cut holes? If so, one of the cleanest stock jobs I've seen.
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