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# 21750 6-May-2008 02:27
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I brought a Sunbeamtech Clear Acryilc case it took me like 5 hours to put together.....
Heres a link to a vid of me putting it together
The case looked great until i put the components into the case, then it became VERY flimsy under the weight and that i could of delt with BUT to top it off my Motherboard mysterously fried itself for no reason and i suspect that the case wasnt shielding it to well from electric interference

So i deceided to go with the Thermaltake Armor (best case ive ever had)

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  # 128702 6-May-2008 06:07
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Awesome, and yes, choice of case is very important, cool video, you should do more and become the official video reviewer of stuff lol Cool

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  # 128703 6-May-2008 06:16
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I agree, my case is the only thing that hasn't been replaced over the years. It's strong, sturdy and large and still does the job.



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  # 128707 6-May-2008 08:19
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Silentfire: I brought a Sunbeamtech Clear Acryilc case it took me like 5 hours to put together.....
Heres a link to a vid of me putting it together

OMG!! YOu got instructions with your acrylic case ????
Friend purchased one before Xmas and turned up with it for help to put it together.... 4 hours later we had it done. With no instructions at all. The supplier said none of his stock had them.

We had parts left over....but it was sturdy and is still standing to this day :)

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  # 128854 6-May-2008 17:12
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HAHA that sucks man, if mine didnt have instruction it would still be sitting in the corner of my room Tongue out

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