View Full Version : New case

02-05-04, 01:13 AM
I finally got my new case all set up. The only thing I do not like about my case is the window. I did not want a window but they were out of windowless Lian Li cases. Other than that I love this case and the CD burner and DVD burn covers. Lian make the nicest bezel covers I know of since they are made specifically for Lian Li cases with front threaded holes. They by far make the nicest cases IMO.

02-05-04, 01:14 AM
Two more pics.

02-05-04, 01:22 AM
Last one.

02-05-04, 08:55 AM
You go floppyless?

02-05-04, 09:48 AM
Nice case....now all you have to do is turn it into a watercooled one. You've plenty of space. ;)

The Baron
02-05-04, 09:50 AM
I was floppyless until I saw ragejg's pic. OH THE PAIN!

okay, anyway, yeah, didn't have a floppy drive until I needed to reinstall Windows and didn't feel like removing the SATA adapter.

02-05-04, 11:45 AM
Originally posted by ragejg
You go floppyless?

Ya I don't have a need for one. There is always a work around. ;) ...unless you still use Win98 :D I do have one but I never use it. If I decide to put it in I will have to buy a face late for it.

I have thought about a water system and almost bought one but I could not pull the trigger because I couldn't decide whether to get a kit and make it look nice and clean or get some Swiftech blocks and buy better pumps and radies.

02-05-04, 01:21 PM
I bought a floppy just so i could flash my video BIOS :o

Does really matter as the ANtec P160 comes with a floppy cover anyway so it would look like i have a floppy no matter what.

02-05-04, 01:27 PM
My new Audigy 2 ZS Platinum (black) will go in the bottom bay. I will upgrade the mobo, CPU and memory when they come out with the 2nd generation of 64bit chip sets.

02-05-04, 01:29 PM
What, you couldn't afford a painted one? :eek2:

02-05-04, 01:54 PM
Floppies suck! 99.9% of their time they act as a dust filter anyway.. Last time I tried to use mine it wouldn't work.

I keep upto date patched windows installs on self booting cd's, and I use re-writable self booting cd's for memtest86, and I'd do the same for BIOS flashing if Abit weren't soo freakin' amazing in providing windows BIOS flashing programs! :D

Took mine out ages ago.. useless junk they are.. they hardly ever work right when you need them to.

nice case btw. :)

02-05-04, 02:12 PM
It took ABIT long enough to bring out a windows BIOS program, ASUS has had theirs for years. Still the only reson was so i could flash my Video BIOS, now my 9800 runs w/ PRO BIOS @ 430/766MHz (325/580) :)