Originally Posted by KGB7
You right, my apologies. I had to find better pics to get a better view of the case.
No need to apologize. =] A lot of people think that at first from just looking at it. I did too until i took the time to read about it and then I kind of fell in love.hence the thread. haha
Originally Posted by dizzy4
wow that's pretty cool. I would totally rock 2 systems in one case. Either way it will be cool.
My thoughts exactly. However now that you mention VT-d which i never even knew about, it is definitely an option. Once I read through your guide I think it will give me a better idea of what I want to do exactly.
If, however, I do want to stick with my origional idea are there any changes you would make to the list I have. Someone changed it a little for me to save me some money, so I will post those changes as well in a few. I would like other opinions though.
Originally Posted by Buzzkill
The AZZA Fusion 4000
Supports two systems: the top unit may house an mini ITX system while the bottom houses the gaming system. The two units may operate individually or simultaneously.
There you go, better example than me just telling you about it. lol Thanks for the pics.Edited by MX5J6 - 12/9/12 at 11:22pm