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post #21 of 23
Too bad you had to ditch this. frown.gif
I liked how it was going so far.

Well I still plan on working on my case this summer, going to try and make it a decent air cooled case.
I will share mine once I start it.
post #22 of 23
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Yeah, i was just having too many problems, if i had more time and energy, i could make it work, but I was too frusterated, and just started stuffing stuff back in my old case. it was looking really cool too, if i had a smaller radiator, this would have been cake, and since i'm only out $20 on the case, i'm okay with not finishing it.

My Girlfriends macbook is going out, so maybe i'll build something for her with it or something ( since i have an extra motherboard )

air cooling will be no problem, as long as the cooler is not too tall, then its an easy build from there.
Edited by ClaytonGFinley - 2/2/12 at 1:17pm
post #23 of 23
Thread Starter 
i think i've just been too wrapped up in the "mod bug" been spending enough money on making it look pretty that I could have bought some other hardware that would allow me to enjoy using my computer vs making it look pretty.

I'm still bummed I cant finish the build.

I've been thinking of buying a full acrylic case, but since i've started some heavy modding, i've blown a mo-bo, and have an gtx 580 that I can no longer RMA if it breaks ( modded the plate ) so before I cost myself even more money on this system, I'm just going to sit back and buy some cool games and have fun with it.

Afterall, maybe 5 people on the planet will ever see my computer anyway...

sorry guys... thread closed frown.gif
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