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omgwtf

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Can i get lucky too?...leave your front door open, I'll come to pick those up..pm me with your address. Cheers..:haha:
 

Theblackmages

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@Theblackmages

i just got lucky to have those. BTW nice modding on your side panel who modded that? ist you? and how?
I modded it myself using a cut off wheel on a drill, a dremel to even it, I then repainted it and I put some plexiglass with some chrome trim, I made a worklog about it too.

Lmao @ omgwtf
 

silverchair

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did you got a perfect repaint like an original color? i was thinking that way too but im too affraid to work on slicing my side panel. cause what im thingking is, to make a window which the same as stacker.
 

Theblackmages

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Nope , it's a bit more glossyer, but the original paint was different from the plastic on the case , and it pretty much looks like the mesh right now, I could repaint the other sidepanel but I don't see it so yeah.
 

omgwtf

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I thought to make some pics since I got a new digital camera...for free, yeah that's right..:haha:







 

Evilyeti

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Just finished my build last night.

I will try to tidy the wires up some more once i get the machine up and running permanently.

I also still have one fan left to be modified so that it will fit on the side panel without the heat sink hitting it. So I'm almost done!





System Specs:
Power Supply: Corsair CMPSU-620HX
Mother Board: Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHZ
Heat Sink: Thermalright ULTRA-120 Extreme
Memory: Crucial Ballistix 4x1GB PC2-8500 DDR2-1066
Hard Drive #1: Western Digital 500GB S2
Hard Drive #2: Western Digital 500GB S2
Video Card: EVGA 8800GTS (512MB) Crysis Edition(670/1674)
Operating System: Windows Vista Ultimate x64
Fans: Noctua NF-S12-1200 120MM x6
Case: Antec Ninehundred
 

Lithotech

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I thought to make some pics since I got a new digital camera...for free, yeah that's right..:haha:
Yay! :clap: The TJ04 lives!

Gratz on the camera, nice! :bananafunky:



Just finished my build last night.

I will try to tidy the wires up some more once i get the machine up and running permanently.
Wow, looking good so far! :thumb:

It's extremely rare (for me) to put the mobo in, connect everything, fire it up, and NOT remove the mobo at least once. :haha:

In fact, I count on it! Slap her in there! LOL! Noting this and that, what don't fit and what needs moving where, fire it up to make sure it still lives, then pull it apart but leaving the bulk of the connections as is or pushed aside. If I run any lines under the mobo, this is when I do it, when I know which ones and where.

One thing I never do is take the shortcut of only using 4 or 5 screws to hold the mobo. I always screw them all in, mostly to make sure I have all the standoffs needed, and of course there is the off-chance I don't pull it apart, or maybe end up running it like that for longer than a day or two.

I also still have one fan left to be modified so that it will fit on the side panel without the heat sink hitting it. So I'm almost done!
System Specs:
Power Supply: Corsair CMPSU-620HX
Mother Board: Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHZ
Heat Sink: Thermalright ULTRA-120 Extreme
Memory: Crucial Ballistix 4x1GB PC2-8500 DDR2-1066
Hard Drive #1: Western Digital 500GB S2
Hard Drive #2: Western Digital 500GB S2
Video Card: EVGA 8800GTS (512MB) Crysis Edition(670/1674)
Operating System: Windows Vista Ultimate x64
Fans: Noctua NF-S12-1200 120MM x6
Case: Antec Ninehundred
Awesome PSU, nice work in a case that can be challenging to manage cables. I just love the ribbon modular lines on it. Not to mention it's good for a couple hundred more watts than it's rating.

Heat will definately not be an issue. :biggrin: Hard to beat the cooling in that case, and with all those Noctuas.

Love what you did with the sata lines, especially at the drives. If you see me doing that next week, just hollar for a credit!

And he gots one of them new fangled 8xxx series 3ghz cpus!

Any issues running 4 sticks? Nice and stable? Behaved? Running 5-5-5-15, auto SPD? I'm thinking of mating up a kit of G.Skill I have, in a P5B Plus, hoping they play nice together.



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Evilyeti

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Awesome PSU, nice work in a case that can be challenging to manage cables. I just love the ribbon modular lines on it. Not to mention it's good for a couple hundred more watts than it's rating.

Heat will definately not be an issue. :biggrin: Hard to beat the cooling in that case, and with all those Noctuas.

Love what you did with the sata lines, especially at the drives. If you see me doing that next week, just hollar for a credit!

And he gots one of them new fangled 8xxx series 3ghz cpus!

Any issues running 4 sticks? Nice and stable? Behaved? Running 5-5-5-15, auto SPD? I'm thinking of mating up a kit of G.Skill I have, in a P5B Plus, hoping they play nice together.
Everything seems to be running stable so far, the only thing i haven't managed to get working is the ram running at 8500, CPU-Z says its running at PC2-6400 DDR2 400MHZ 5-5-5-18.

So i got to figure that out next, i made a post in the motherboard section fro assistance. That way i don't clutter up the Case gallery.

I bought a second Antec 900 for my second PC which i will be setting up soon... I really love this case!

I ordered a Cooler Master CM690 but the company i ordered it from kept telling me it was on back-order... I wanted to try that case too as well, So i ended up going with a 2nd Antec 900 instead.
 

omgwtf

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Wow, a guy who really loves his 900?...That's some weird shit..:haha:
I might try it out as well...If ncix will kindly put it back at the 40 bucks offer :p
 

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