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Old 03-11-2009, 07:51 AM   #2011 (permalink)
 
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Yup, that's what its for. a "bonus" little feature, anything to try and distinguish ones self from the crowd. P182 is a nice case, i've often flirted with the idea of picking one up but eventually pass for something else, it's my classic runner up case.

My favourite p182: The Mod Brothers • View topic - Project: Willie G - a Harley Davidson mod

A nice harley mod and a 9.5/10 for wire management on the project, just some wire sleeving on the 24 pin away from a 10...but i'm picky.
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My biggest problem with the p182 is the lack of airflow. My room mate has one and it feels really stuffy.
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Old 03-11-2009, 03:03 PM   #2013 (permalink)
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Actually, for a 900, it's not bad at all. Plus the tiny gpu helps

Need a shot straight on to see the hd side to get a good idea.
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My biggest problem with the p182 is the lack of airflow. My room mate has one and it feels really stuffy.
thats exactly why i havent gotten one. beautiful case, though.
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Old 03-12-2009, 01:39 AM   #2015 (permalink)
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The lower cage area has a pullout cage like the one above it , but I removed it to make room for all the unused cables
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Old 03-15-2009, 07:18 PM   #2017 (permalink)
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^ dude that looks pretty good, i give you a 7.5/10

you could clean up those wires at the bottom up a little.

what's your specs, where is the sli bridge?
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What case is that?
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^ dude that looks pretty good, i give you a 7.5/10

you could clean up those wires at the bottom up a little.

what's your specs, where is the sli bridge?
meh, too lazy to clean up more

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It looks like a lian-li but I don't know which. That's a fair job done as well but the bottom is not so good and there is a stray power cable at the top that looks like it could be hidden. Overall though it's a good job considering it has two cards and three HDDs. 7/10

EDIT: poor timing lol
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