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Old 06-19-2006, 02:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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looks good.....you will like the case....i strongly reccomend any aspire cases...i have three.!
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Old 06-19-2006, 03:46 PM   #12 (permalink)
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looks good.....you will like the case....i strongly reccomend any aspire cases...i have three.!
three?? Which ones?? Do you have the navigator??
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Looks good. make sure you have a screw driver. (Vodka and Orange Juice!!!)
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Switched video card to a BFG model.
eVGA's better, step up program is very nice

There tech support is very good too (from what Iv heard)
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three?? Which ones?? Do you have the navigator??
i have navigator, x-dreamer 2 and x-infinity.....all are very good. the only case i like better is the thermaltake tsunami.
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eVGA's better, step up program is very nice

There tech support is very good too (from what Iv heard)
I'm sticking with BFG unless some better reasons come up; they appear to have great tech support, an unusually good warranty, and their stuff comes factory overclocked, and with better cooling. Plus, it's a dollar cheaper! ^_^
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