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Those locks on drawers have items small enough to fit into your pocket and would be easier to take. Like you said jewelry or checkbooks. The only parts in my pc that I could fit into my pocket is the ram. Which is the cheapest parts....

Hey what is that in your jacket?
*Looks at weird rectangle bulges*

What I am saying is. If they wanted it, a lock wouldn't stop them or even a chain for that matter. Locks are just deterrent device anyways. Yes it may stop them from trying or even wanting to steal this enormous thing. Yet if they wanted it bad enough, they will get it.

To be honest. People would steal your other electronic faster then they would your Desktop or this massive thing you mentioned. I personally would go for a laptop, tv, mp3, blueray....something I could easily sell on the street. Not many people are willing to buy a machine that big. Then again, you could always part it out on ebay or something.

I get what you are trying to say though. You must really want some sort of locking device....
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what about locking the door with a good lock ? as far as i know it easier to secure a door then a pc case , and if he can't go in , he can't try to hurt your pc , it seems more logical , but from what i feel , it seems like you fear a inside job tongue.gif

these are the kind of electrical cabinet lock that i was thinking about , you can link them with another cable and lock multiple opening with one lock, but it ugly ,...


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