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Old 01-16-2008, 04:18 PM   #11 (permalink)
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well don't understand but the frame is 1 hole unit with plates that come off foe the sound / graphics / pci cards to pop out of

its that the spaces in between each one there is a small flat bar

its that thats the thing it goes:

pci card
--bar---
pci card
--bar---
pci card
--bar---


its just when i fitted a x1950 pro to my nans pc there was no bar there and am wondering if the bar being there on this case might affect it, there is also no way of takeing the bar out unless i totally destroy the back of the case

i just got a new digital camera so i'll upload photos of it when i get time
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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If you are talking about the "bars" that separate each slot, they are not supposed to come out O.o.

Just put the GPU in, the ports will poke out one slot, and the air vents will line up with the one below

EDIT: like so:

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Old 01-16-2008, 04:23 PM   #13 (permalink)
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If you are talking about the "bars" that separate each slot, they are not supposed to come out O.o.

Just put the GPU in, the ports will poke out one slot, and the air vents will line up with the one below
great thanks thats all i needed to know

i know there not ment to come out but i was just wondering if they got in the way at all

EDIT - the photo you just posted is the exact thing i ment thanks
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Old 01-16-2008, 05:44 PM   #14 (permalink)
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lol thats what me and KrazyQ were talking about but we didnt use pics lol pics make the world soooo much easier
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Ok i see

Mine are different, there aren't any in between bars just the ones you can remove :/
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thanks for the help any way guys appropriate it a lot
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thanks for the help any way guys appropriate it a lot
your welcome...and im guessing you mean that you appreciate it!
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your welcome...and im guessing you mean that you appreciate it!
yeah i do

i'm just spending a lot more then i'm used to on getting a killer pc and i'm here asking questions based on certain things, i'm currently looking at the overclocking powers of the Q6600 and E6750, the E6750 hits a nice 3.3 GHz on stock volts so i'm leaning towards that at the min save me £40 in the process
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yeah i do

i'm just spending a lot more then i'm used to on getting a killer pc and i'm here asking questions based on certain things, i'm currently looking at the overclocking powers of the Q6600 and E6750, the E6750 hits a nice 3.3 GHz on stock volts so i'm leaning towards that at the min save me £40 in the process
the e6750 is great for the price atm .
if you wanna oc like mad and save more money, you could get the e2180 and pair it with a high end ccooler and get it to 3.3(or to about 3.6 and higher if you would like)
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the e6750 is great for the price atm .
if you wanna oc like mad and save more money, you could get the e2180 and pair it with a high end ccooler and get it to 3.3(or to about 3.6 and higher if you would like)
i'm not a great fan of overclocking but the E6750 is appealing to me just for the fact that it can hit 3.3 GHz on stock volts, i think ever i can do that, i just want a nice cpu that will last a fair bit
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Mobo ~ Gigabyte GA~P35~DS3R Rev 2.0
CPU ~ Intel Q6600
HDD ~ 2 x 500gb western digital drives
Ram ~ 4GB worth (4 strips) of OCZ 2GB PC2-6400 Platinum Rev 2.0
PSU ~ Corsair 750TX
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