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post #71 of 96
Thread Starter 
As I know you guys love ´em pictures, here´s a couple (and I wanted to try my new camera biggrin.gif ):

I found out I could use this morning to take apart my old build so I can mount them into the new one as soon as I get the new case.

I put all my parts in a HTPC case when I didn´t have space for a desk in my last apartment. It was connected to my TV, and I used it for streaming and storing movies.


Seems like I did an alright job organizing all the cables.
post #72 of 96
Is that a GD05? Very neat.
post #73 of 96
Thread Starter 
It surely is. Dont know what to do with it now.
post #74 of 96
I'll take it smile.gif haha. It's a great case,you should make it a server. Easy excuse to keep it.
post #75 of 96
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Yessir. Hmm. Whats the cheapest way I can make it a server? I dont't really have any spare parts other than my 2tb disk. I think I got a dual band usb wifi dongle somewhere so I can place it in my wardrobe. To bad I don't have a second screen.
post #76 of 96
Cheap celeron build FTW.
post #77 of 96
Thread Starter 
Hmm. I'll think about it. And as I wrote this I got a sms from the mail service saying my monitor and case are ready for pick aaahp!
post #78 of 96
Run along then, to the post office with you sir.
post #79 of 96
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I cant pick em aaaahp today. Working all day long. :-(

I must say this is one of the better forums I am a member of. Definitely going to be more active here. :-)
post #80 of 96
Build log or it never happened. thumb.gif
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