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Old 06-05-2007, 08:20 AM   #21 (permalink)
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the lv-676 is the one which supports Core2Duo desktop cores the lv-677 supports mobile or laptop versions. I think you should hang around here for awhile get to know in depth the components for a computer no offence but you don't sound very knowledgeable and modding can quite easily go wrong if you don't know what your doing

I came across this screen which could be used:

eBay Motors: Lilliput Eby-701 Widescreen LCD touch Screen Monitor (item 190119284733 end time Jun-09-07 19:01:13 PDT)
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Here: Thermaltake 7" Bay Motorized Retractable Touch Screen LCD Monitor (A2413-01) - FrozenCPU.com

$379.99

It's neat, but I think it's pretty much added bling to a PC. Honestly, are you going to want to look at your OS desktop or any application in that 7" monitor?
It might be cool for like winamp or WMP visual effects of system stats or similar apps. But, for general usage it's just eye candy as previously mentioned.

The dual rig case is decent. I don't know, it's cool for some. It's gotta weight like 80LBS or more with it completely loaded.

I'd still rather have 2 separate cases...
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no because its just a small system with mini-itx it won't weight much the mozart case is huge though so that is where the main weight comes from and by the look of that 7" screen it would be very easy to convert a 5.25" bay into a 7 bay
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Shut up.

I know what the processors are, I just didn't figure out that it was those abbreviated. Give me a darn break for not realizing what it stood for.

So just because I don't know one specific series of mobos and I didn't realize c2d stood for core 2's, you can conclude that I don't know much about computer components? Wow.

Nice.
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read through some past threads me and b1gapl have recommended alot of builds in our time lol so check through some previous posts by us and a good one for extreme builds from quite a while ago is here:

khan008 here is a run down of what is good and bad with your build

where I ran through the flaws of khans build and how he could improve it.
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wow....that was such a long thread for just a build.
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Who are you mentioning this too? I only cared for the retractable screen on my tower for the moment.
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I'd like to know if anyone has tried a project similar to this?

I'm actually VERY interested in the touch screen mechanically sliding LCD screen as the secondary computer.

Daisho 2.0 Dual Gaming PCs
I love that case, It's been around for sometime and newegg always runs out of them in a month after they get them. I actually plan on using that case for my next build this summer, though I'm only putting one motherboard in it.
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why do you love the mozart so much I think its just looks deformed too tall and not enough depth
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why do you love the mozart so much I think its just looks deformed too tall and not enough depth
I like it because it has so much upgradability and fantastic airflow. I also genuinely like the way it looks. It's a brilliant design with each major component compartmentalized. Heres a pretty good short review of the case and its official page from Thermaltake.



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