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Old 01-19-2008, 03:27 PM   #31
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wow dood. i want one.

yeah anywhere. inside outside. something metal though
ok thanks. Haha that guy really convinces you to buy one. Good salesman haha
Edit: would these case fans be good? http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applicatio...9088&CatId=801
The other one is a bit dull. haha. Also how would i go about installing multiple case fans. where will i place them?
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well theres alot of places to install them. wherever theres the right holes i guess.. those fans are pretty slick lookin
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Old 01-19-2008, 04:01 PM   #33
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well theres alot of places to install them. wherever theres the right holes i guess.. those fans are pretty slick lookin
So i place them blowing air in or out?
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Old 01-19-2008, 05:01 PM   #34
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anyone?
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In the front, blowing in, in the back, blowing out. I think blowing in on the sides, but I don't have one on the side so I dunno.
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In the front, blowing in, in the back, blowing out. I think blowing in on the sides, but I don't have one on the side so I dunno.
ok thanks great help all of you guys.
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Old 01-19-2008, 09:58 PM   #37
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Would i need an internal modem for this computer to use internet through ethernet? i forgot about that.. Is it built in to the motherboard? Also do i need a seperate DVD-Rom drive and a seperate dvd writer? Lastly, are all these parts i've listed 'Vista-Compatible'?

EDIT: Does anyone know if tigerdirect can assemble the computer for you?
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Old 01-19-2008, 10:18 PM   #38
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Sorry about triple posting but... Are All These parts fully compatible together? and with Windows Vista?
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Yeah hardwares all going to work together, the most vital parts ur mobo proccessor and ram are bundled which means they are compatible.

Vista will work and u have 4 gigs of ram so u can get the 64bit version.


Dvd drive u dont need separate drives you can just buy a combo drive.


Ethernet will be built in every mobo almost. (DSL/CABLE)

They might not have dialup/modem connection on ur mobo but u can buy a pci card for that.



ur set up looks good!! im running pretty close to the same and its flawless
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Yeah hardwares all going to work together, the most vital parts ur mobo proccessor and ram are bundled which means they are compatible.

Vista will work and u have 4 gigs of ram so u can get the 64bit version.


Dvd drive u dont need separate drives you can just buy a combo drive.


Ethernet will be built in every mobo almost. (DSL/CABLE)

They might not have dialup/modem connection on ur mobo but u can buy a pci card for that.



ur set up looks good!! im running pretty close to the same and its flawless
I changed it so i didnt get the ram with the bundle since it came with 2gigs of ram and i needed 4. Found a bundle with the exact same mobo and processor and picked up a 4gb corsair dual channel ddr2 ram.
Will the drive that i have already listed work as a combo drive?

Edit: Its a Samsung SH-S183L SATA LightScribe OEM Burner - 18x DVD±R, 8x DVD±R Dual Layer, 12x DVD-RAM, 48x40 CD-R, 32x40 CD-RW.
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