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Does pulling my CD/DVD Drive out, ripping rear of case for extra power cord, and adding in a extra power supply to the drive bay count as ghetto..? rolleyes.gif

 

how did that siverstone power supply go thort you were getting one last thread i looked at of youse

Ended up selling for $68, which is more than I'm willing to pay for it. Have a couple other options in mind, though. Still waiting on my watercooling + a few other things to come.
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Ended up selling for $68, which is more than I'm willing to pay for it. Have a couple other options in mind, though. Still waiting on my watercooling + a few other things to come.

 

well that sucks ill check ocau for sme deals might be able ot work somtihng out for ya

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Does mid-mod, "hmm these cables are too short so I'll just jerry rig it for now" count as ghetto?
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That definitly counts! thumb.gif
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That it does. Is that two computer cases slapped together? Or is one side for rads or something? Either way its pretty awesome.

Yea it's two SilverStone HTPC cases on their sides, I had to leave the front bezel off one to plug in my far too short sata cables. tongue.gif Eventually they'll be stacked, the one on the right is customized for my mb and res only (brushed aluminum under the blue tape):

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Going home for Christmas and my air 540 is too big to come along:



Temperatures are still ok for idle at least. Gonna test some games before packing it up!
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That it does. Is that two computer cases slapped together? Or is one side for rads or something? Either way its pretty awesome.

Yea it's two SilverStone HTPC cases on their sides, I had to leave the front bezel off one to plug in my far too short sata cables. tongue.gif Eventually they'll be stacked, the one on the right is customized for my mb and res only (brushed aluminum under the blue tape):

Looks awesome. Certainly a unique way of doing things.
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Going home for Christmas and my air 540 is too big to come along:



Temperatures are still ok for idle at least. Gonna test some games before packing it up!

You should take away that antistatic bag before you fry your mb, just use the cardboard box
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You should take away that antistatic bag before you fry your mb, just use the cardboard box

This. The outside is conductive.
    
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This. The outside is conductive.
I actually didn't know this. I do that every time I test a new mobo.... damn
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I actually didn't know this. I do that every time I test a new mobo.... damn

Oh snap I had no idea! Thanks guys!
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