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  1. I play Blizzard games mostly, i'm prob over 600 days played on WoW.... just canceled my subscription last month. Played Diablo 3 for about 8 months, was having fun with the RMAH. Came back for RoS then it got boring again after getting the items i wanted, might come back for next patch. Played Dota 2 when it was in beta but stopped playing it that much after release (still watch it though), Currently playing Heroes of the Storm, awesome game i got to say! very casual, a lot of PVP!
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    Welcome to the System build thread! In the system builds section of the forum you can share photos of your rig, build logs or even come here to ask questions regarding system builds! Please take a minute to read the rules Tt community forums are a place where people can interact and have discussions about several different topics. However, we ask that you follow these simple guidelines to ensure that the forums have some productive conversation. These rules and guidelines are enforced by administrators and moderators, and at their discretion, may delete posts without warning that do not comply. Also, failure to comply with these rules may result in a ban from the forums or the entire site! - No "Flaming" -- writing hostile or insulting messages aimed at other users for their views, comments, status as a user on the site, or any other reason. You can disagree with someone's views and still be polite about it. - No "Trolling" -- posting controversial (sometimes off-topic) messages with the intent of baiting other users to reply. - No "Spamming" -- No advertisements, or referral links to other services. We also classify "spam" as short replies which do not contribute to a forum thread in a positive manner. Some forum threads expect short messages, but otherwise short messages are highly discouraged. Do not post for the sake of forum post count... your posts will be removed if we see you posting unhelpful or non-contributing messages. - No "Necro" behavior -- posting replies on very old (dead) threads which have not been locked. We only allow "Necro" replies in VERY rare circumstances, all other cases will find your reply removed. If you feel strongly enough about posting a reply, please discuss with a Moderator whether to start a new thread of discussion. - No discussions of software piracy, hacking, illegal material, or linking to these activities will be tolerated. - Do not post material that is hateful or mean towards race, religion, ####, or any other offensive nature. - Do not post offensive content, or links to offensive content. Keep everything Safe for Work, and remember that kids visit the web site. - No excessive swearing or language. If you're that angry about something, take a break from the forums for a while, or confront the other user directly instead of in the forums. Also, do not attempt to use any means to bypass our profanity filter, such as misspelling a cuss word, or using punctuation or spaces. We are much more likely to ban users for this behavior than those who let the profanity filter replace cuss words with *'s instead. Still, excessive swearing can get you in trouble too, so keep it clean. - No posting of any text which bypasses our profanity filters by purposely misspelling, using letter/symbol substitutions or any other means to bypass our censoring. You will only get one warning for this, then you will be banned from the site. - Please do not "hijack" a forum thread by changing the subject. If you want to change the subject, please start a new message thread. - Do not complain about getting banned, and do not make another account to circumvent a ban. Do not complain about other users being banned, in the forums or on profile pages of other users. - Do not complain if a moderator removes a message you posted. We trust our moderators, and if they've removed a message, they had a good reason. - Do not post any personal information about you or anyone else. We don't want to know your street address. - Turn off your caps lock, do not use excessive ALL CAPS in your posts. - Do not post messages containing images of typed text, especially in an alternate color. This confuses other members who may think you have some special authority, which is against our Terms and Conditions. It also defeats our search engine, which cannot read your message text. Thank you for your cooperation and have fun
  3. BS Mods The inspiration behind the design of this build was the unique large hex pattern on the front and top case panels. Rather than "chop it up“ We wanted to emphasize these key design features. High Quality Themaltake Orange paint was used with a fade to black styling to ensure it gets maximum visibility. The rear panel punch out edge was given a rubber texture to help emphasize the lines of the chassis. The interior was repainted in textured black. The top and front panels are joined together and hinged at the back so that the entire thing lifts up like a hood on a car. It was all boxed in acrylic to finish the sleek appearance. The rear panel was given a window to show off the SSD mounting on the back of the drive bay. a shadowbox was created with lighting inside and the SSD’s were mounted to give the floating appearance. A BS Mods Security Key Switch is in place of the stock power button. A 16 foot RGB LED lighting kit was used for the interior. The left panel retained the factory window as it is already perfect. Mods Security key switch RGB LED lighting Right panel SSD window SSD lighted display box Hinged top and front bezels Paint PPG Automotive Deltron 2000 acrylic Urethane in TT Orange w/ black accent PPG Automotive High Solids Urethane clear coat -5 coats Modder Rod Rosenberg Bob Stewart
  4. Hey guys, Just doing a quick poll to see whats more important when looking to buy a new chassis
  5. Thermaltake Urban T81 Full-Tower Chassis Thermaltake presents an update of its Urban line with the new Urban T81 – an elegant, high-impact design. Beautifully architectured, the T81 is engineered for one solid purpose: To provide enthusiasts with the ability to build the highest performing systems while retaining a simple, elegant, and commanding appearance. It is not merely a PC chassis; it is an exemplar of modernist design. More info: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Urban/C_00002239/Urban_T81_/design.htm Dual Swing Door Design Inspired by automotive “suicide doors” , the T81's novel door panels are an innovative and inspired design that sets it apart from any other chassis . Likewise, the front door panel's brushed aluminum finish masks extrusive drives and devices, producing a unified aesthetic of modern sophistication. Fully Modular Concept A highly customizable 5.25” & 3.5” drive bay enables users to freely interchange the 3.5” hard-drive cages to suit one’s need, or remove 5.25” & 3.5” drive bays to gain maximum interior space for maximum airflow or the addition of liquid cooling systems.
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