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I don't know how you get done all the stuff you do.

 

Passion. I love to learn and try new things so it keeps me going.

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Passion. I love to learn and try new things so it keeps me going.

My passion is there. The family, not so much. For some reason they like me to be with them.

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ikon

My passion is there. The family, not so much. For some reason they like me to be with them.

 

Yeah. Families. Go figure :D

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G. WadeTech

My passion is there. The family, not so much. For some reason they like me to be with them.

I totally agree with you ImTheTypeOfGuy.

 

I have posted pics of my new system (click on the below link). Thanks for all of your help and feedback.

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/15216611@N06/sets/72157628288722179/

 

Things I plan to get in the future for this build:

SSD to utilize the Intel SRT

Quad LCD arm from amazon

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ikon

IThings I plan to get in the future for this build:

SSD to utilize the Intel SRT

Quad LCD arm from amazon

 

What is an LCD arm?

 

BTW, cool slide show. Didn't know you could do that in these forums. Wonder if it works if the album is stored in the forums gallery?

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G. WadeTech

What is an LCD arm?

 

BTW, cool slide show. Didn't know you could do that in these forums. Wonder if it works if the album is stored in the forums gallery?

This is the quad LCD (VESA) arm I am looking at.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001HHNRFK/ref=s9_simh_gw_p229_d2_g229_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-5&pf_rd_r=169W952MNCTKPESHZY7F&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=470939291&pf_rd_i=507846

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pcdoc

Nice, very nice. Great choices. I spent time with Fractal at CES. Great stuff.

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G. WadeTech

Nice, very nice. Great choices. I spent time with Fractal at CES. Great stuff.

 

Thanks. I have been looking at some of the pics and videos from the CES Fractal booth. They will defiantly be a case manufacture I look at when I do another build.

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Thanks. I have been looking at some of the pics and videos from the CES Fractal booth. They will defiantly be a case manufacture I look at when I do another build.

 

Yep. they have some new stuff coming out in a few months. They would not comment on what it was but they stated it would address some customer feedback. I know that one thing will be to remedy the silly exclusion of a second fan in the front. They have a nice spot for dual fans in the front but they only give you one fan.

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