Before some many choices of case that I had, I've finally decided to go with the PC-T3-i5-4200U, but the official website does not give too much info about this beautiful case.
So, if there is out there any PC-T3-i5-4200U owner that is reading this topic, I've a few questions for you friend, and I'll really appreciate any answer that could be provided.
These are my questions:
How many space for rad (or fans only) I will have in the space behind the case?
How much thick my rad in the top can be with fans without touching the fans at the front? (The ones that are perpendicular with the Motherboard).
How much tall can my Reservoir be with Pump included? I don't wanna drill holes in such a beautiful case.
As I said, any info provided would be really appreciated!
I'm in a choir which is stuck on paper, and we have to use 3 ring binders for uniformity. I was hoping to find an insert that fits into a standard 3 ring binder that holds a Surface Pro 3. I've scanned the music into OneNote.
Hello! I have created a tablet case for the Surface Pro 3 which is designed with artists in mind. I launched a campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds to produce it. It is not just a protective case, but a protective case that brings functionality for those time when you don't want the keyboard, but want easy access to keyboard shortcut. I've integrated buttons into the case that can be customized to your favorite shortcuts in any program. Please take a look!
I do a lot of off table work on my Surface Pro 2, and I miss the 'fixed' hinge on a laptop that keeps the keyboard and surface at a consistent angle. Has anyone seen a hardshell case or other type of solution for this?
I recently came home to my beloved N54L as dead as a door nail. It turned out a power surge zapped the PSU. A quick disassemble and fit of a standard ATX power supply confirmed it was just the PSU that had died.
I jumped on eBay and found a suitable replacement (or so I thought). The main power connector was 4 pins short of the original one. I plugged it all in and to my surprise it booted and works fine. One thing though - the fan is constantly on full. I assume it's the CPU fan. When I plug the normal ATX PSU back in, the fan operates as it should.
Anyhow, my questions. Is there any way I can mod my PSU to suit? It has a 4 pin connector on it that is currently unused. Or, rather than hunt around and hope for another suitably sized PSU, maybe I could just transfer the N54L parts into a standard computer case and PSU. There are some cheap ones about for $50 that look like they could do the trick.
Does anyone know of any caveats I should be aware of?
Thanks in advance.