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06-04-2010, 07:42 PM

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This is a rig...


Intel® Core™ i7 980X Extreme Edition Processor (3.33GHz,12MB Cache) - LGA1336 (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83498&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium pre-installed (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83496&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Thermaltake Level 10 Gaming Station + 950W PSU (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83495&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Performance Pack - Akasa Freedom Tower quiet Heat pipe quiet cooling, Performance updates, specialist cabling (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83508&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Asus P6X58D-E-USB3 - Intel Core™ i7 & i7 Extreme Edition - LGA1366 Socket(ATX) (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83497&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Corsair 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Memory (4x 2GB KIt) (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83505&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
64GB MLC SSD SATA Solid State Drive + Installation Kit (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83493&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
2TB (2x 1000GB) Serial ATA 2 Hard Drive with 32MB Buffer (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83510&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Blu-Ray Combo Optical Drive ***Special Offer *** (Blu-ray ROM, DVD/CD RW) (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83512&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
1536MB NVIDIA Geforce GTX480 with CUDA Graphics Accelerator (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83499&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
7.1 High Definition onboard sound card - for 8 Channel Cinema sound (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83501&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))
Free 3 Years Gold Warranty - inc 3 Months Free Collect & Return (javascript:portal.openPopup('/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTDETAILVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODDETAIL&ENT=PRODDETAIL&KEY=83504&POPUP=1',%20null,%201,%20null,%20null%20))



06-04-2010, 08:13 PM
I really like the looks of that case, but I keep thinking about all the places where the dust can collect... It wouldn't look nice for long. I was actually considering it for my latest system, but the dust stopped that idea. ;-)

06-04-2010, 08:42 PM
hmm my house is not dusty. my computers rarely get any dust on the top of them, and if they do i just wipe it off with a dustrag.

I absolutely love the design of this case. I personally think it's awesome. But I know I have seen some people's houses with lots of dust, and I don't know how they live like that.

As far as this machine, the drives on front are detachable, my friend has one, and even though you can't see the side, it's very easy to clean. I think they are awesome and very futuristic.

Daifne do you know if a company makes futuristic cases like that? Personally I love it and would like to see more.

This is my xp pro dev machine, and that's my little AI dude that follows my net activity around. :)


Here's a linux mint desktop from another machine.


Here's my blue-light special.


06-04-2010, 09:01 PM
That was the only truly unique case that I saw when I was looking a few months ago. I ended up with this one for the features, especially the top eSATA and the top SATA dock. It's fairly simple in design. http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/product.php?category_id=19&product_id=2970

My fiance went with a Lian Li with hot swappable drive bays a couple of months earlier.

Since we aren't heavy gamers, we both went with i5 processors instead of i7.

We keep the house dusted, but it has forced air for heat and air conditioning. That leads to lots of dust. Doesn't help that I'm allergic to dust mites... Dust also depends on the age of your home and on the part of the world you live in. Some places are just more dusty than others and older homes are far more dusty than new.