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Old 02-05-04, 01:13 AM   #1
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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.

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Old 02-05-04, 01:14 AM   #2
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Old 02-05-04, 08:55 AM   #4
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You go floppyless?
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Old 02-05-04, 09:48 AM   #5
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Nice case....now all you have to do is turn it into a watercooled one. You've plenty of space.
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Old 02-05-04, 09:50 AM   #6
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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.
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You go floppyless?
Ya I don't have a need for one. There is always a work around. ...unless you still use Win98 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.
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I bought a floppy just so i could flash my video BIOS

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.
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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.
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What, you couldn't afford a painted one?
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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!

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

nice case btw.
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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)
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