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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    I am doing research on case modding and gaming for my English class and would appreciate it if people would fill out this survey.

    edit: Thanks to everyone that filled out my survey.

    These are pictures of the custom case that I would be working on now if I wasn't a broke college student, but if people take interest (and fill out my survey) I will update this work log as I make progress, as well as go over what I've already done.

    edit: posted the pics on a different site

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    A Loganberry Agent FredCompany's Avatar
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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    Not sure what's up with the pics. Maybe the img tags need to be in capitals?

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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    I don't know either (they didn't end in '.jpg'. Thanks for filling out the survey.

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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    Those aren't actual image files you're linking to (well they are, but the link has all that junk after the file name), so you need to use the url tags.

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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    Filled out the survey. Good luck on your paper.

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    The Main Man Dewayne's Avatar
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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    So are your trying to find out what makes us crazy for doing case mods ;-)

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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    ... And hopefully pass English at the same time 8-) .

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    12x12x8 Crossfire/SLI capable Case

    Now that I have a little time I decided to go over the materials for the case and components

    Motherboard: Asus Maximus III Gene
    CPU: Intel i5 750 (overclocked to 3.0Ghz)
    GPU: Sapphire Vapor-X 5770 (only one right now :cry: )
    RAM: Gskill ripjaws ( 4 gigs clocked at 2000Mhz)
    PSU: 850 watt Thermaltake BLack Widow
    HDD 500 gig Western Digital Caviar Green
    SSD 60 gig OCZ Vertex 2 (not installed)
    Optical drive: cheap Asus DVD +/- RW

    CPU: Danger Den TDX water block
    3/8" tubing and fittings
    Danger Den Black Ice Pro (120 mm)
    Pump DD-CPX-Pro
    Fans: Scythe Slip Stream 120 PWM (1 on radiator, one intake)


    Aluminum: 4' 3/4"x1/8" flat
    4' 1/2"x1/8" flat
    3' 1/2"x1/16" flat
    4' 3/4"x3/4"x1/8" angle
    20 mm standoffs
    3 and 1/2" 6-32 screws for shroud on radiator

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