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Ultimate Geek


# 254289 5-Aug-2019 16:09
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Looking to make up a build with some old parts that have been lying around, aiming to use this PC for casual lounge gaming. Ideally a case with USB 3.0 front ports, but I'll look at anything. 

 

Based in Auckland.

 

EDIT: The MB is in storage but its a standard atx size from memory. 


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Master Geek


  # 2292075 8-Aug-2019 08:10
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If you don't mind old, you can have the Silverstone LC16M I have lying around for the cost of shipping it to Auckland from Palmerston North? 😅


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  # 2292124 8-Aug-2019 09:44
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I'm interested if he doesnt want it and it is black.


 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 2292160 8-Aug-2019 10:49
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Mauro145:

 

I'm interested if he doesnt want it and it is black.

 

 

Unfortunately it is silver




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  # 2292235 8-Aug-2019 12:19
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Oh thats very generous, thank you. I had a read up on the case it sounds like it will be perfect, could you confirm whether it will it fit a standard full length graphics card? Does the screen still work ok?

 

Cheers


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  # 2292244 8-Aug-2019 12:52
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Hatch:

 

Oh thats very generous, thank you. I had a read up on the case it sounds like it will be perfect, could you confirm whether it will it fit a standard full length graphics card? Does the screen still work ok?

 

Cheers

 

 

I will pick it up from the friend I left it with this weekend and get measurements for you, so you can see if your GPU will fit.

 

The screen and buttons worked with LibreELEC with a little configuration but I haven't tried in Windows at all.


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  # 2292284 8-Aug-2019 13:41
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I highly recommend silverstone.  Had several of the HTPC cases back in the Windows Media Center days, and have their storage tower now.  


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