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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (929)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #2911 of 28613
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Originally Posted by imh073p View Post
Ill have to agree with that. Im wondering exactly what wire management means in this instance. Sleeving? Modded case? Cable mods? Some pics would really help.
Everything, and I will post some pics.

I am used to building more business machines and have dabbling in more of a gaming rig.

That said, I had the cables done by a professional so it looks nice.
Edited by Chicago30 - 11/20/09 at 4:45pm
    
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post #2912 of 28613
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Wow, I hope no one here takes your advice, because you have no idea what your talking about. This is the 11th machine I have sold. So wire management is free? Where at? Labor is free? Where at?

How is this machine used? It was built and has Windows installed on it.

You seem like you know how to throw a machine together and make it work and thats it.
K, well you have a cpu that is nearly a year old and a vid card that is 18 months old. Also, I can't even find ripjaws that aren't for Intel. But you want nearly a grand for it. I don't know what I'm talkin about? Mabe you should stick with Craigs List.
post #2913 of 28613
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K, well you have a cpu that is nearly a year old and a vid card that is 18 months old. Also, I can't even find ripjaws that aren't for Intel. But you want nearly a grand for it. I don't know what I'm talkin about? Mabe you should stick with Craigs List.
Ha, now your going to attack the parts? At least you admit not knowing to much about computers. Well, that what these forums are for. I hope you learn while you surf around.


Rip Jaws : Compatible with Dual Channel Intel Core i5 CPU for P55 chipset motherboard, Dual Channel Core i7 CPU for P55 chipset motherboard, and AMD AM3 Platform.

The AMD 945 95 watt came out way less then a year ago.

Again, you have no idea what your talking about. Your batting 0 for 4 at the moment.

I recommend you give no advice on this forum, because you have been wrong on every point. And as far as paying for professinal wire managment, well, that subjective.
Edited by Chicago30 - 11/20/09 at 5:17pm
    
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post #2914 of 28613
Chicago30: I'm sure you have a nice computer there and hope you can find someone who is willing to buy it, but this is simply not the correct place for that. I recommend you post your computer in the Marketplace as you will get more views there. Goodluck with selling it and lets try to keep this thread on point.
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post #2915 of 28613
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Chicago30: I'm sure you have a nice computer there and hope you can find someone who is willing to buy it, but this is simply not the correct place for that. I recommend you post your computer in the Marketplace as you will get more views there. Goodluck with selling it and lets try to keep this thread on point.
I agree and will.

He is speading misinformation and being a smart ass, so I had to correct him with facts.
    
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post #2916 of 28613
I'm sure you'll find some noob to pay that much. So good luck.
post #2917 of 28613
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I'm sure you'll find some noob to pay that much. So good luck.
lol, thats the plan!
    
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post #2918 of 28613
I got the 8 pin around the back with an extension, much better.
the 24 pin will not fit around the back, even with extension. any suggestions on where else to put it? should I drill extra holes?
post #2919 of 28613
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Originally Posted by JDMfanatic View Post
I got the 8 pin around the back with an extension, much better.
the 24 pin will not fit around the back, even with extension. any suggestions on where else to put it? should I drill extra holes?
Hey, can you shoot a picture of it? I just cant imagine your 24 pin not running through the back. Let me ask you, is your fan on your psu facing up? See, with my psu, if I do it that way, my 24 pin wont either. But facing it down (fan down) it gave me that extra length to get it done.
post #2920 of 28613
I want to join and post some pics, ask a few questions. I'm filling in the forms for overclock.net but I can not find how to link to this club??
TIA.
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