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Cloth is a cat hair magnet, which then gets stuck in my mouse. Ready to try a different approach

Damn sorry to hear.
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Its been a while, but I came across a (I think it was Flash powered sadly) graph a few times that allowed the viewer to choose which items to display on the graph, it was pretty handy.

I wonder if there's a HTML5 equivalent.

Edit: this would do it i think, check the multi series line chart examples:
http://canvasjs.com/html5-javascript-line-chart/

That would be a godsend, especially if free biggrin.gif

Here's a quick snap of the HD120 RGB fans:

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That would be a godsend, especially if free biggrin.gif

They even have graphs that dynamically adjust depending on which items are displayed, pretty cool stuff.

Whether its free depends on whether ThemalBench is considered a Commercial Entity/Application or not.
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Same, I was hoping the 740 would be a true successor for my old 540. Very upsetting to see how poorly this 740 turned out in my eyes. The design is so bleh, why couldnt they just take the 540, made the side panel full acrylic or tempered glass and flipped the psu vertically to reduce the width... :/

edit: at least theres dust filters on all openings now? i guess thats a positive... lol

Yeah, it's really too bad about the 740. A massive misstep that I've noticed after looking at the manual. The front panel doesn't allow for fans to be installed between the panel and the case. In the 540 you can easily do push/pull with a thin rad up front, in the 740 it's not a possibility without sacrificing the top rad space.
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Can someone explain the blue case to me? are there right- and left-side window options on this case?

:facepalm:

Somebody on our design team got a little cute and threw that up without any approvals. I'll clear it up Tuesday after the weekend.
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They even have graphs that dynamically adjust depending on which items are displayed, pretty cool stuff.

Whether its free depends on whether ThemalBench is considered a Commercial Entity/Application or not.

Thermal Bench is a poor researcher doing things in a cramped living room and making a loss each time biggrin.gif
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:facepalm:

Somebody on our design team got a little cute and threw that up without any approvals. I'll clear it up Tuesday after the weekend.
People want elegant, clean designs with just a subtle touch of lighting. They want invisible seams, and beautiful finishes like this:

When you make everything crisp and clean and reflective, that's when they want a bit of ambient lighting.

You can't trick people by slamming LED's inside of a mess of airflow grilles and spinning fans. People don't like that. The high end users, especially, gag over that. Real glass instead of cloudy plastic windows. Hide the screws; build nice hidden hinges.

It can be had. Tell your design team to get some taste.
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People want elegant, clean designs with just a subtle touch of lighting. They want invisible seams, and beautiful finishes like this:

When you make everything crisp and clean and reflective, that's when they want a bit of ambient lighting.

You can't trick people by slamming LED's inside of a mess of airflow grilles and spinning fans. People don't like that. The high end users, especially, gag over that. Real glass instead of cloudy plastic windows. Hide the screws; build nice hidden hinges.

It can be had. Tell your design team to get some taste.

You know, it's possible that there are a TON of people out there, and we have to have products to meet all their tastes.

I'm sorry this one isn't your personal style. Please feel free to buy something else.
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I understand that its a matter of taste, but I can't wrap my head around the fact that people like 1W miniature led suns that can melt retinas.

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Thermal Bench is a poor researcher doing things in a cramped living room and making a loss each time biggrin.gif

Hehe, but just so you know, I and I'm sure a lot of other people, really appreciate your reviews, they're great. thumb.gif

You could always contact them to make sure its fine for you to use it? I doubt they'd have an issue with it, all things considered.
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