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WHY IS OCN SAYING NEARLY ALL MY UPLOADS TODAY ARE NOT AVAILABLE...

Click on those things and it pulls up the image though..
 
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Samsung 850 Evo 250GB Western Digital Caviar Black1TB NZXT Kraken X41 Windows 7 Ultimate 
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ASUS VN247H-P ASUS VN247H-P ASUS VN247H-P SPI Magna Gold 750w 
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Corsair Obsidian 250D Zowie FK1 Steelseries QCK XXL  Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80 (Labtec LVA-7330) 
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Fiio E10 Olympus 
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Yeah I definitely like mITX, there were some days I wish I'd had an extra slot just for playing with various things like PCIe SATA cards etc but I honestly could just build another test system for that and leave my daily rig alone because I use it for a lot of work/gaming and can't really afford to have it down at all.
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Another update, I returned my HD 7850 yesterday as I had worked out a deal with the local MicroCenter to bring back my card when they got the HD 7850 Twin Frozr back in stock, turns out they only had two and by the time I got there they were all out.

But I saw an MSI HD 7950 Twin Frozr III that was open box and only $271! Being only a $45 difference and I got to keep my free games from the 7850 purchase I went ahead and did the trade up, because why the heck not!?

I was nervous though because the 7950 is 10.3" long whereas the 7850 was only 8.7" (TF is 9.3") and I knew my 160mm full modular PSU wasn't going to work with the card, but I bought the card anyways lol.

Long story short, all the was standing in my way of super awesome 7950 TF III goodness was the PSU bracket that comes standard with the Node 304 and it's four screws.

I uninstalled the bracket (no pictures sorry, but honestly you shouldn't need them) and that gave me the ability to scoot the PSU towards the case side where the PSU exhausts, (we'll call it driver side), by over half of an inch!

This cleared the way for a GPU card length matching the cases length and the best part is the PSU is still very solid in the case as there isn't hardly any room on any side or top of the PSU for movement and I don't really travel with my PC at all so it's win win.

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