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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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    Great
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    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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what mods have you done..
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Originally Posted by dteg;15437106 
what mods have you done..

Nothing to major, I cut out 2 of the plastic "rings" in the bottom section of the front panel and cut out the wire mesh for the top fan to improve airflow with no cosmetic changes, cut a slot in the 5-1/4" drive cage to run the mobo power wire through to clean up the wiring, removed psu mesh, cut out the stock wiring for that fan led on/off button and the E-sata front panel (my e-sata connector broke) and replaced the stock fans with 140mm reds. Removing that stock wiring to the front panel cleaned up the inside alot, I wanted to get rid of the molex too, it's so much cleaner looking now than it was, considering my psu has stock sleeving and theres only so many places to run wiring on this case.
    
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Originally Posted by rkl1985;15437232 
Nothing to major, I cut out 2 of the plastic "rings" in the bottom section of the front panel and cut out the wire mesh for the top fan to improve airflow with no cosmetic changes, cut a slot in the 5-1/4" drive cage to run the mobo power wire through to clean up the wiring, removed psu mesh, cut out the stock wiring for that fan led on/off button and the E-sata front panel (my e-sata connector broke) and replaced the stock fans with 140mm reds. Removing that stock wiring to the front panel cleaned up the inside alot, I wanted to get rid of the molex too, it's so much cleaner looking now than it was, considering my psu has stock sleeving and theres only so many places to run wiring on this case.

you wouldn't happen to have any pictures of you removing that front wiring now would you...
post #23665 of 28613
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Originally Posted by dteg;15437873 
you wouldn't happen to have any pictures of you removing that front wiring now would you...


Sorry, didn't take any then, all I did was unscrew the top carry handle assembly and lift the button panel off enough I could snip it closely with wire cutters, then I pulled the wires out through where they were routed and removed from the case, it was a suprising amount of extra wiring for something I didn't even use. It opened up that wire hole at the top right corner of the mobo enough to run whatever I needed to through there.
    
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Could I get some opinions, I'm torn between 3 mobos and am not sure where else to ask

my first choice was Asus P8P67 Deluxe. But I've started to hear bad things about it

second choice was Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC, but seems very pricey for not doing a whole lot more than other boards don't have 1366 cpu

third choice was Asus P8P67 PRO, Great Reviews but I thought the Deluxe would just be more 'worth getting' seeing as it's the 1up.

Thanks for any help anyone can offer!
Edited by Rodisiac - 10/24/11 at 5:05pm
post #23667 of 28613
i got the PRO simply because its the 2nd best and it has bluetooth, saw no real reason to get the deluxe but you won't be disappointed with either.
post #23668 of 28613
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Originally Posted by rkl1985;15437096 
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if you run the 8 pin MB cable through the bottom hole, you should have just enough room to get it to it's proper location!

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post #23669 of 28613
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Originally Posted by dteg;15440879 
i got the PRO simply because its the 2nd best and it has bluetooth, saw no real reason to get the deluxe but you won't be disappointed with either.

I'm being told by a friend that I should get a Z68 instead of a P67, what difference is there? apart from price smile.gif
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Had to share this with you.. A guy on Facebook is modding his Scout.. With a .45..

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WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
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WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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