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My new Stacker 810

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This is one is way to big and I can figure how to resize it on the IMG code.
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...s/DSC00178.jpg

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j123/Titanos/DSC00219.jpg

And this is an idea I have to clean up the bottom of the case. Ill take a sheet of metal and fold it and cut some holes on the side for lights and paint it black along with the inside of the case.



Anyways what yall thank? I think thats the best wire management I can do with how short my cables are.

Few more weeks Ill have my water block back on and get rid of that stock cooler. Maybe few months after q6600 or something.
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Regarding the image resizing, all you have to do is open it up in Microsoft Paint and resize it (if Paint was included with Vista). I mean, try resizing it with different picture editors as some don't resize them so well. I found Paint resizes them very, very well. I was able to resize 1600x1200 to 800x600 (by just telling it to Stretch/Skew the image to 50% of it's size) while retaining about 95% of the picture quality. I could barely tell that it was resized. When I did 64% of 1600x1200 (1024x768), I couldn't tell it was resized one bit.

And like I said in the Rate my Cables thread, I like the color scheme. I seem to have a thing with blue. And now that I know your cables are actually too short to route better, (which tells me you've tried your absolute hardest) I up my rating to an enthusiastic 8/10.
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Nice case

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That case is just screaming for a big triple radiator up top!
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