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you know what..this isn't a forum to troll for members to sign up for losias...if that is the standard (and I am a member there too..you miss the point..take your troll membership requirements back to that site..this is OCN) and not another forum...you don't like it, let's bring Chip in....

I've never once said to join Losias. I have never tried to actively recruit people to Losias. I talked about some good points of Losias to JoshHunter because he specifically brought it up first. The only reason I even bring up Losias is because we're planning and doing things that would interest the membership base here. Would you rather I not say anything and keep the SFF community fractured? I talk about Losias because we're coming up with ideas and we're trying new things. There is no "standard" to join Losias.

This entire thread I have just been trying to look out for the good of the SFF as a whole. I don't do this to get some sort of fame or improve the image of Losias. I do this because I enjoy SFF and I want more people to get into it. I've spent countless hours looking up everything SFF and learning pretty much everything that is out there. Is it wrong then that I want to share this information with other people?

My views and opinions are my own and do not represent Losias in any way, shape, or form. Am I a staff member there? Sure. Have I ever brought up the name Losias without the pre-context of "Oh guys, over at Losias we're doing X I'd like your opinion on it..."? I might have talked a little too much about it with JoshHunter. It probably should have been done in PM.

I don't understand why you think I am out to get a certain group of people or do this for the benefit of myself. I'm trying quite hard to keep this community from fracturing over the definition of SFF or the standards to be here.

About the topic of discussion in this thread. Sure it is a case and rig showoff thread, but it has evolved into essentially a "Smaller than ATX general thread". We've talked about plenty of other topics here that were not directly related to cases.

The bottom line is this: I apologize if it seems like I was recruiting for Losias or if I gave off an image of elitism related to Losias. While I am here, I represent only my own opinions. What I won't do, is to force myself to disassociate myself from Losias completely because I want more people to see that there are communities out there entirely built for the idea of SFF. I will not stop talking about things that are going on over there because it is relevant to some people and I'm sure that some people like to hear new things are happening in the SFF community.

I don't like being personally attacked for my opinions. I have never personally attacked someone for theirs. I am just trying to do what is best for the SFF community.
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I guess I can join this club if my TJ08E isn't too big...its smaller than all these damn prodigy builds anyways smile.gif
I went from a 650D down to this case and then water cooled it to try and keep it as silent as possible whilst still pushing high overclocks for 2560x1440 gaming

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Will post better pics when finished with my rig thumb.gif
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Br1cKSquad - A Lian Li PC-A05 Rig




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I feel like people pick apart my wording of the OP more than they do the constitution. Haha.

I never wanted this thread to turn into bickering over definitions, just talk about SFF and show respect to the builds that you think deserve it. Sure the scene is flooded with Prodigy builds, but they can still be a part of the club. Just don't expect everyone else to bow down to it.

Going forward, try to stay positive. I feel bad when people start fighting in this thread. If you see a build that you believe is just way too big, ignore it. Those with larger cases will find their place.
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So is my MAtx Lian Li case in this club or no?
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So is my MAtx Lian Li case in this club or no?

Yep thumb.gif
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So is my MAtx Lian Li case in this club or no?

Yep thumb.gif
Thanks
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Been quite a while since I've last been on OC.net, but I'm currently working on a new MITX rig again. Did some preparation work a few days ago by drilling out the HDD bay rivets to make place for my corsair H60 with push/pull;

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Still waiting for some white-led Xigmatek fans and a modular PSU to come, in the meanwhile I will be using some spare components. When I'm done (probably tomorrow) some more images of the "finished" looks will be added smile.gif
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Sounds Nice ^
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