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  • 52% (13)
    Yes
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    No
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post #1 of 17
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You know when you buy computer parts and some come with stickers E.G Noctua, Gigabyte, ASUS, Samsung, Kingston and Sandisk. People have personal preference on this.

Also if you want, you can post a screenshot of the stickers on your computer (If you have any)
Ugh upside down images

Edited by benjamen50 - 11/6/13 at 8:46pm
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post #2 of 17
Yes, sometimes
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not usuallly, but there have been exceptions
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post #4 of 17
I love to put the stickers on. Makes me a little sad that I don't have an i7 one.

But can't put the stickers on until my computer is 'done done'. They're the last touch! smile.gif

And my favourite one is the sticker from the small town computer store in my home town that closed down three years ago, lol. Have moved it between a couple builds.
post #5 of 17
I got Haf X case

ye I put stickers on the side panel on the side witch I don't see and keep main side ( with window ) clean , so just filling that simple empty panel with stickers make it look better
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They are actually "badges" they are generally added for marketing reasons, to display the content if you will without opening her up. As far as that goes, I am constantly changing my main machine and it would be a hassle to exchange the badges out with my current build configuration, which means it's not practical. If you are going for pure cosmetics then I suppose it would be a great addition. They also leave residue behind, this is another conflict when it comes to me and my cleanliness.
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post #7 of 17
I wish they were magnets instead of stickers because sometimes I like a sleek look and other times I like to show my pwnage hardware
post #8 of 17
used to

not anymore as i find them tacky
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post #9 of 17
I was going to put the stickers on the desk,

also find out this website nice for stickers and badges etc.. and have magnets one's going to buy lots then put them on fridge biggrin.gif

http://www.modsticker.com/
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