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Looks great!
 
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I find it funny.

I also don't understand there are soooo many threads about keyboards???!!! Mechanical or not, how much coins can you oput on it to press a key, etc...

For me a keyboard is just for typing... Don't care about the colour, keys, how it feels when slamming on it, etc... I just took the G11 cause it fit's my Antec 1200 with blue leds... And the A1200 I chose of the colours of my favourite football team wink.gif

I really don't understand biggrin.gif but I always think: there are probably other things that I do/like/prefer/... that other people don't understand tongue.gif
Keyboard (and mouse) preference is something that cannot be argued on, kinda like cars or music. One likes this and other one likes that and the third one doesn't care at all as long as it works. Personally, I have to spend a lot of time on computer so I wouldn't want a keyboard that doesnt feel good (even though I have one atm). My ideal keyboard would be backlit mechanical kb with mediakeys and say 4 easily accessible macro keys. Havent found any that fit the bill, but Roccat boards look nice and the one I've tested felt nice too... Just a matter of cash now tongue.gif
post #263 of 636
looks real good biggrin.gif

ps: i have the same chair biggrin.gif
    
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post #264 of 636
this is the coolest thing i have ever seen!!!! you make me want to do this myself...or hire you to build it all for me while i help!
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Keyboard (and mouse) preference is something that cannot be argued on, kinda like cars or music. One likes this and other one likes that and the third one doesn't care at all as long as it works. Personally, I have to spend a lot of time on computer so I wouldn't want a keyboard that doesnt feel good (even though I have one atm). My ideal keyboard would be backlit mechanical kb with mediakeys and say 4 easily accessible macro keys. Havent found any that fit the bill, but Roccat boards look nice and the one I've tested felt nice too... Just a matter of cash now tongue.gif

Logitech G11 (does not excist anymore I guess) but you can use 3x 18 keys to make a macro... (18 G-keys on M1, M2 and M3. + MR button)

But it's true about the cars comparison...

But in the end it's always like that wink.gif

I like Intel. <--> I like AMD

nVidia vs Ati

Mercedes vs BMW

Etc...

Anyway great desk OP tongue.gif
   
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post #266 of 636
i have a question...do you have access to all the internals? for changing out parts and things like that...it seems like once you buttoned it all together that you cant get back in and im just wondering because now im going to design soemthing like this and want some ideas and suggestions for that. maybe a way you can just detach that top plexy or something.
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i have a question...do you have access to all the internals? for changing out parts and things like that...it seems like once you buttoned it all together that you cant get back in and im just wondering because now im going to design soemthing like this and want some ideas and suggestions for that. maybe a way you can just detach that top plexy or something.

I think the whole top part can be lifted off.
post #268 of 636
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I think the whole top part can be lifted off.

yah, i guess that makes since! lol
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i have a question...do you have access to all the internals? for changing out parts and things like that...it seems like once you buttoned it all together that you cant get back in and im just wondering because now im going to design soemthing like this and want some ideas and suggestions for that. maybe a way you can just detach that top plexy or something.
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I think the whole top part can be lifted off.

Yeap the whole top comes off.....i need to remove the monitors but it only takes a few minutes tongue.gif
post #270 of 636
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Originally Posted by Kaxtos View Post

Yeap the whole top comes off.....i need to remove the monitors but it only takes a few minutes tongue.gif

well, thats an amazing build and i will say this...i am now designing one like it for myself...wont happen anytime soon but one day and it will be awesome...and water cooled..so thats gonna be fun.
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