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stevemedes
12-06-06, 08:15 PM
Going Lian Li!

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=103_104&products_id=20309


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crainger
12-06-06, 08:16 PM
Nice. Lian Li and THE best IMHO.

a12ctic
12-06-06, 08:25 PM
get me one too!

stevemedes
12-06-06, 08:37 PM
Unforunately I probably won't have this before Christmas. My plan is to sell my S939 AMD X2 3800+ and ASRock 939SLI32-eSATA2 motherboard to cover the cost of this =) So in about 2 weeks guys if anyone wants to buy that for ~$180. It's been used for less than 3 months. PM me :D

Also, does anyone have any experience with Xoxide? I remember reading somewhere they've been screwing sh*t up recently. That's the lowest price I could find for myself. It's like $227 shipped ground.

Tuork
12-06-06, 08:44 PM
You lucky sod...

Bearclaw
12-06-06, 09:33 PM
Nice pick! I love my current Lian Li case. I have the Lian Li Warrior Special Edition Black. It is a ncie solid build but what makes it better is the small innovations and small improvements Lian Li does to it. You'll enjoy yours.

Good luck with your new build!

stevemedes
12-06-06, 09:54 PM
Nice pick! I love my current Lian Li case. I have the Lian Li Warrior Special Edition Black. It is a ncie solid build but what makes it better is the small innovations and small improvements Lian Li does to it. You'll enjoy yours.

Good luck with your new build!

TY! :captnkill:

This is by far going to be the nicest rig I've ever owned! :D
I really cant wait to see what a difference the raptors make. Ive never been on a PC using raptors.

jAkUp
12-06-06, 09:57 PM
TY! :captnkill:

This is by far going to be the nicest rig I've ever owned! :D
I really cant wait to see what a difference the raptors make. Ive never been on a PC using raptors.

I can't live without mine :D

Bearclaw
12-06-06, 10:04 PM
TY! :captnkill:

This is by far going to be the nicest rig I've ever owned! :D
I really cant wait to see what a difference the raptors make. Ive never been on a PC using raptors.
I have never had one. I am looking for a cheap 36Gb for my O/S drive but all I can find are the 74 and 150.

Lazaredz
12-06-06, 10:17 PM
Go for the 74GB ones anyway. They are much quieter than the old 36s.

And yeah, once you go Rap you never go back. :D

stevemedes
12-06-06, 10:20 PM
Go for the 74GB ones anyway. They are much quieter than the old 36s.

And yeah, once you go Rap you never go back. :D

I would but I can't afford it. Only reason I'm getting them at all is because I'm getting a deal on them.

Arioch
12-06-06, 11:11 PM
So what exactly is supposed to go on the Raptor if you are using more than one hard drive, just the OS? Sorry for the stupid question but I have never had a multiple hard drive system.

ynnek
12-06-06, 11:22 PM
moved

Arioch
12-06-06, 11:23 PM
Thanks for the input - I decided to start a new thread on this instead of hijacking this one. :D