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Old 01-27-2009, 10:41 PM   #141 (permalink)
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Pics or it never happened, lol
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wonder if mnpctech still has some of those amd fan grills

those looked saucy
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Old 01-28-2009, 01:58 AM   #143 (permalink)
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And here is the much awaited pics of my stuff inside a case lol. I apologize in advance for the crappy quality pics.....it was night time and my camera sucks in low light.

As you can see, wire management isnt the best right now, since im waiting on some supplies (cable clamps, purse locks, tie mounts, cable extenders etc.) and also i need to install some other things as well.




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very nice, silverstone looks like $$$
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that looks pretty good to me buddy. dont you think you would be better to have your CPU cooler turned 90* where it was exhausting out the back, thoughy? or does that hoss of a card prohibit that?
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The top two 120mm fans are exhuast.

Also the cooler cant physically mount that way, only mounts fan up or fan down.
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ahhhhh didnt notice the top exhaust fans. i think it looks pretty stellar man.
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Lots of fans in this case, the one in the back, two up top, intake in the middle which pulls air in fron the side vents and also you can mount one in between the hd cages...so that makes for 5 120mm fans which can be mounted.

The top fan mounts come out and you can mount a rad for wc as well.
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yeah its most definitely a pimp case. i love the vertical hdd mounts.
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mine looks so much worse inside lol....

did you get rid of the graphics card holder on the middle fan?
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