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Old 08-13-2007, 01:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i look at custom pcs and they have windows with blue led lights
im not one to drill a whole in the side of my case and put a window
but is there a case side already with window so ready made
also how easy is it to install lights
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Actually, those Blue LED you see is from the fan. The fan has Blue LED's so when you turn it on, it'll run like this. Blue LED Fans. Cases with side windows are sometimes made by manufacturers or you can get them custom made if you want another type of a side window. Maybe add some designs of your choice?
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Newegg.com - Antec Nine Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail
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is the xblade a good case?
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That would be a decent case, unless you want something cheaper then you can go for the CoolerMaster Centurion 5 with a side panel Window. Centurion 5
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can you reccomend a good cheap lian li
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You want Lian Li? Those are high-end cases.. The cheapest one is about $80, and it doesn't look so nice..
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i live in uk so 80 dollars is about 40 pounds
hmm bit over my budget
so ill probably go with xblade
can you find a uk site with a good psu and fan with blue light
my budget is around 30pounds
aproximately 60 dollars
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