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    if you have evga x58 sli
    get a bigger case
    the harddrive cage is blocking part of the sata port ( top portion)

    other than that, great case, decent cable management
    decent price, and everything stays cool =)

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    Very clean setup you have there! Love that case, excellent value.

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    very clean and neat!
    where abouts did u mount the Intel SSDs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    very clean and neat!
    where abouts did u mount the Intel SSDs ?
    behind the case with zip-tie for now (lol)
    still looking for a better spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Very clean setup you have there! Love that case, excellent value.
    under 100 bucks, i cant ask for more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    yes it is a very clean looking case you must have some effort into it.
    thank you =)
    those ziptie mount helped cable management alot
    best 1.99 i ever spent. lol
    Last edited by dplxy; 12-10-2009 at 13:36.

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    zip ties FTW! nice build there!

    " There are some things Man should not know, for rest is Google"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    zip ties FTW! nice build there!
    thanx =)

    but im thinking replacing the 295 with a 285
    295 is a bit over kill on my setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by dplxy View Post
    thanx =)

    but im thinking replacing the 295 with a 285
    295 is a bit over kill on my setup

    meh, if you already have then leave it. U wont regret in the future. TBH i7 for most of uses is overkill as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    meh, if you already have then leave it. U wont regret in the future. TBH i7 for most of uses is overkill as well
    my sits @ 2.4g most of the time
    lol

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    so call "cable management"
    it is painful....
    not much room to work aorund @ the back

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    Very neat and tidy build. I like the blue neon lighting. Is it just lighting or lighting and neon paint?

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    Very, very nice!
    You have inspired me to work on my cable management. I will post pics (before/after) by tomorrow of my system. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    "Out of site out of mind" as long as it looks good from the front it is all good, and remember the wires are tucked back so it may be messy back there but the air flow is still improved.
    i know wut you saying
    i love this case so far, only wish it has removable motherboard tray
    woulda make my life so much easier.
    took me a good 20 mins to connect 2 8-Pin CPU connector through the tiny "cable management" hole at the top of the case...it wasnt pretty
    Last edited by dplxy; 20-10-2009 at 16:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4hams View Post
    Very neat and tidy build. I like the blue neon lighting. Is it just lighting or lighting and neon paint?
    just stock led fan that came with the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmywear View Post
    Very, very nice!
    You have inspired me to work on my cable management. I will post pics (before/after) by tomorrow of my system. Thanks.
    keep us updated

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