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    hey guys, after a month of working at KFC i had finally got enough money to buy my compture.
    Here is the case all finished except i took them before i inserted my HD4850.
    monitor comes in tommrow.
    please tell me what you think.
    (also what are those coloured tubes called to tide up cables)(please dont them me water cooling)(its like a tube and it UV and its for cable management.)
    please comment!











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    Very nice, what spec is it?

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    hey gareth look again...i added more..
    AMd athlon 6000
    2GB trancend ram.
    M2n 32 sli deluxe
    HD 4850
    MNTR ACER 21.6" LCD WS 5MS (X213W) #
    650W cooler master PSU

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    Looks to be quite a solid build there. How good is the 6000+? I know a friend who has one and says its fast except it uses a lot of power. Is it Windows XP or Windows Vista as your operating system? Also, what case is that? I like the big fan on the front.

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    Apologies for any spelling mistakes, im typing blind as my vision is not the best and my glasses are at the other side of the room.

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    umm im running vista.i can play all my games at high res. and it looks great.
    apps run super fast and it take like 10 min to encode and 700mb movie.
    but other then that/.
    smooth running

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    (sorry double post)
    the case is a AEROcool jr

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    anyone else gonna tell me what they think?

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    I'm just a grumpy old git....who can't see a thing....pics seem to be taken at night with some blue lights inside

    Me? I don't care about bling (you guessed?)...I'd like to see a nice clear pic of the inside though...I'm always interested in how everyone deals with the wiring
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    alright i just ordered some new parts for case management and modding.
    post so new and improved pic with the GFX card in it.
    still can choose
    Asus 9800GTX+
    OR
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    Go with whichever has the best:

    -bundle
    -price
    -warranty

    Weigh those and you'll get the right card

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    You need to do something with the cables, tie then and get them out of sight. How loud is the front fan?

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    man soo quite.i hardly tell when its on or off..(i have the led to re-assure me) all in all ..
    good looking case to me

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    i bought some UV case sleeves with UV tieups
    hope this improves the look a lot

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    Nice build there, at first look I thought the front fan would be a killer on the ears, I'm surprised its quiet. Can you control the front fan speeds or is it set at one speed?

    did you get the 9800gtx? if so how does it run?

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    this case is awesome, i bought another 120mm fan to place on the bottom of the build.
    soo thats 3 120mm fans and 2 80mm fans
    i didnt believe it when i saw it, but on the side of the fan it has a fan controller. i thought it was typically for sound but no, you can hear the fan speed up/down. i'll find a pic at the website.
    http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/r...tMaster_3.html
    as for the 9800GTX, it plays everything on high res, on my 21.6 monitor. its such a charm. man the HD on this is quite something to tell your friends.
    im happy cuz its my first build believe it or not.
    (SOO MUCH THANKS TO THE PUREOVERCLOCK team, you made me learn ALOT)

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