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$150-$200, so it's basically the cost of a SilverStone SG08 but slightly smaller. Size is also similar to the Node 304.
Schitt.
post #5447 of 9059
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Schitt.

Still less expensive than a CaseLabs S3 (and smaller) so be thankful for that.

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Still less expensive than a CaseLabs S3 (and smaller) so be thankful for that.

www.ebay.com/itm/Enlight-Micro-ATX-Desktop-Case-/220246205943

 

Go for that 90s look! 

 

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Still less expensive than a CaseLabs S3 (and smaller) so be thankful for that.
And the M1 looks better too.

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www.ebay.com/itm/Enlight-Micro-ATX-Desktop-Case-/220246205943

Go for that 90s look! 


Bro, only $3? I would buy one for the heck of it. Dialup sucked.
Edited by ibob4tacoz - 4/27/14 at 6:21pm
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When I mention dialup, I hate those damn Hugesnet ads and stuff that compare their broadband to freakin dialup. That's like, "Here, watch this Bugatti race a Toyota Camry!"
Well, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, pretty obvious that the Bugatti will win.
post #5451 of 9059
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When I mention dialup, I hate those damn Hugesnet ads and stuff that compare their broadband to freakin dialup. That's like, "Here, watch this Bugatti race a Toyota Camry!"
Well, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, pretty obvious that the Bugatti will win.

 

Actually in your scenario the Toyota has a chance. I mean, if the Bugatti is out of fuel then you the Camry can still at least drive. Nothing like having a few clouds screw with your internet.

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I WANT A MECHANICAL KEYBOARD!
Give me some suggestions.
Preferences: under $70, Cherry MX red, brown, or blue, and looks slick,
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I WANT A MECHANICAL KEYBOARD!
Give me some suggestions.
Preferences: under $70, Cherry MX red, brown, or blue, and looks slick,

The CMStorm QuickFire rapids in blue or red are the only good sub $70 keyboard I know

 

They are on sale for $59 after MIR often

post #5454 of 9059
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The CMStorm QuickFire rapids in blue or red are the only good sub $70 keyboard I know

 

They are on sale for $59 after MIR often

This.

 

Rosewill boards if you're fine with iOne designs, but the CM Storm QFR is probably the best sub-$70 mechanical. It has a Costar design which is the same design Filco uses (the king of all mechanical keyboard makers to some).

 

The creator of one of the air-cooling guides is getting flamed pretty hard for the spreading of the idea that fans do not create pressure to get air to move. YES THEY CREATE PRESSURE AND THAT'S THE REASON THEY WORK. I'm cringing at the amount of people he's told that.

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Actually in your scenario the Toyota has a chance. I mean, if the Bugatti is out of fuel then you the Camry can still at least drive. Nothing like having a few clouds screw with your internet.
OK, let's say both are running a full 10Gal. of 91octane fuel and they're both 100% stock, on a 1/2 mile drag strip.

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I WANT A MECHANICAL KEYBOARD!
Give me some suggestions.
Preferences: under $70, Cherry MX red, brown, or blue, and looks slick,
I have a CM Storm QF Pro. I can recommend the Thermaltake Poseidon, any CM Storm QF, and the Corsair K65 was on sale a week ago on Newegg. I think it's sitting at around $75 now.
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OK, let's say both are running a full 10Gal. of 91octane fuel and they're both 100% stock, on a 1/2 mile drag strip.

 

 

My money is still on the Camry. ;)

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My money is still on the Camry. wink.gif
Swag. Lol, jk. Maybe the Bugatti accelerated too quickly and it's tires lost traction from all the torque and spun out.
post #5458 of 9059
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I WANT A MECHANICAL KEYBOARD!
Give me some suggestions.
Preferences: under $70, Cherry MX red, brown, or blue, and looks slick,

IBM Model M,

Looks real slick! :cool::cool: 

 

 

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And the M1 looks better too.
Bro, only $3? I would buy one for the heck of it. Dialup sucked.

Dialup ruled.  Guess you were a Nintenerd ;)


Edited by Yazen - 4/27/14 at 8:25pm
post #5459 of 9059
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I WANT A MECHANICAL KEYBOARD!
Give me some suggestions.
Preferences: under $70, Cherry MX red, brown, or blue, and looks slick,
I've heard good things about Monoprice's Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. It sports MX Blue switches and the base price is $59.

The Rosewill 9000 keyboards are also very nice (I use one with o-rings at work), but then tend to run a bit more ($90, generally). The big things to keep in mind is that there isn't much to them. They're just simple, no frills models.
post #5460 of 9059
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I've heard good things about Monoprice's Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. It sports MX Blue switches and the base price is $59.

The Rosewill 9000 keyboards are also very nice (I use one with o-rings at work), but then tend to run a bit more ($90, generally). The big things to keep in mind is that there isn't much to them. They're just simple, no frills models.

"The IBM Model M keyboard can be used to kill a man and you can still type on it afterwards."

www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRrqQdMfYKw

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