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Old 06-18-2011, 03:23 PM   #21 (permalink)
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You obviously don't have your system on lots or in your bedroom.
My Destroyer keeps me up at night so I angle my chair to be between me and the lights. lol

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You might be best to get to a big store, like a Bestbuy or Staples in N.America and actually look at them.
Agreed. I've found several monitors that I loved the specs and pictures online, but when I saw them in-store, they were nasty...

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Thanks for all your suggestions, I think I might go with the corsair 650d.
I was looking into the 800d, but it's way too expensive

What I really want out of a case Is lots of space inside, so it's not cramped.
Do you definitely think this has enough space? Cause I dont want to have all the wires inside spiralling around everywhere.
Need more space then look no further: http://www.techist.com/forums/f76/fa...rboards-244764

There are some small ones in that Thread also. These are the smaller ones for the lower prices, the last one is/was $130.

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