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Old 05-18-2010, 04:13 AM   #21
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Not knocking you guys but u seem to go a bit overboard with your Modding lol
Yeah, so? I want my rig how I want it, not just like 500,000 other computers out there.

Lol what ever hapened to your antec 2400? That would be overboard.
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This looks like a pretty sick mod foot. Can't wait to see the final!
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Old 05-18-2010, 08:15 AM   #23
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This looks like a pretty sick mod foot. Can't wait to see the final!
Thanks! It's probably going to be a while before I am done because I keep adding stuff. Lol the original plan was just an invert.
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^ Its innovation my friend. You just keep thinking of ideas that will make the mod better and better.
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^ Its innovation my friend. You just keep thinking of ideas that will make the mod better and better.
Lol it will also make it expensiver and expensiver.
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The armor is a nice case but if you decide to upgrade later I would suggest the CoolerMaster Cosmos 1000.
Plenty of space and the HDD storage is killer.

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Old 05-18-2010, 10:59 AM   #27
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Ummmm no thanks. I don't really like the way that case looks, and there are no good mounting points for a radiator.

You should really cut that thing into the roof of the case though. It would look so much better.
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I absolutely hate the bars on the top and bottom of that case. They are uglier than crap. No offense, man...but...
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The armor is a nice case but if you decide to upgrade later I would suggest the CoolerMaster Cosmos 1000. Plenty of space and the HDD storage is killer.
The case ain't bad but the LCS ain't finished.

Like Foot has said you need to mount the rad' properly inside the top of the case.
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Lol what ever hapened to your antec 2400? That would be overboard.
ya got me lol.

if i ever decide to do it an figure out how it would look. I'll be sure to show it off lol.
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