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Old 11-12-2007, 04:02 PM   #11
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They're actually pretty standardized in what they use in their PCs. It's their locked BIOS and some case design is where it gets most high end users but for the average user who don't OC, and messes with the inside of the case, it's pretty good.
I don't know, seems like a rip off of HP's old design.

Here are some pictures of my case, so you'll get an idea of expandability.



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I don't know, seems like a rip off of HP's old design.

Here are some pictures of my case, so you'll get an idea of expandability.



Looks good, but i dont get it! I see the insides and well.. yeah
please explain
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Old 11-12-2007, 04:06 PM   #13
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Holy cow, what happened to that CPU? I've seen some Dell cases where there are so many plastic junk in the way, it makes upgrading really hard. RAM and hard drive are probably the only thing you can upgrade in that sense. CPU can require more work in Dell computers because of Dells cooling design in the way of everything. Video card I'm sure can be upgraded easily if it's non-integrated.
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If you want to spend a couple of a hundred more dollars on a nicer Dell the is the Dell to get.
http://www.dell.com/content/products...=19&l=en&s=dhs
Otherwise go with ISOwner.
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Looks good, but i dont get it! I see the insides and well.. yeah
please explain
In your original post, you wanted plenty of room for expandability - unless you meant something else.
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Holy cow, what happened to that CPU?
What? Don't see anything wrong with it.

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yea, exept that there is about a pound of dust on it. But where is the fan for it?
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I've just never seen anything like it before. Fanless cooling?
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I've just never seen anything like it before. Fanless cooling?
I'm not sure. I think there's a fan in that heat sink, but I'm not willing to check.
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