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post #4721 of 11740
I told a friend I could build him a mini-me version of another build I had just done, and he said "DEAL, LETS BUILD IT."

This was such a fun little case to work with. Plenty spacious on the inside and still only 1/2 the size of a normal computer. I really want one for myself next build now...
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post #4722 of 11740
230 will fit but its easier with 200mm as far as clearances on cables go
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post #4723 of 11740
I don't mind about the cables..My main concern is using the fittings on the same side with the fan in pull orientation.
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Babis!

So much win in that picture! Even looks like a couple packages from MDPC! thumb.gif

Thank you LRT my friend smile.gif

But the picture was only half biggrin.gif



Looking much better now isn't it ?? thumb.gif
And yes.. Nils is always arround rolleyes.gif
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Wish they made a car computer case that fit under my seat!
post #4726 of 11740
What is the best tool to cut out windows on the side panels?
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Jigsaw; alternatively, dremel
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post #4728 of 11740
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What is the best tool to cut out windows on the side panels?

Some people use Dremels, some use jig saws... I would imagine whatever you're more comfortable using, and/ or whatever you have access to.
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Jigsaw; alternatively, dremel

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Some people use Dremels, some use jig saws... I would imagine whatever you're more comfortable using, and/ or whatever you have access to.

Ok . Thanks alot guys.
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post #4730 of 11740
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as long as you're not overclocking and your gpu doesn't breath fire, i doubt that it would be a problem. it won't necessarily be optimal, but it's stock cooling - not optimal to begin with lol

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Depends on what processor and what else you have going on in the case. If it's some sort of an i3 or a Sandy Bridge, should be fine. My i7 3770 ran warm on stock undervolted with an aftermarket cooler, reaching 60C in some games - that's not stock cooler. I imagine it'd be quite hot with stock.

Ok, thanks guys. I'm looking at a quad-core AMD and a 7850.

Suppose I could always stretch to another case fan wink.gif
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