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Thread: I need advise for my new POWERHOUSE pc I'm building.




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    I like the "Black-anodized Full Tower all-Aluminium case Lian Li PC75 " from auspcmarket.com.au

    It has a nice see thru thing on the side and airflow on the front. What do you think Wiggo?
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    They're very good cases though I prefer the strength of steel and the price that goes with them. I have built a few with those cases and they do do a great job plus that mobo tray is the only the that the UNEEC's miss out on (pls listen to me and fit them). ;)

    To tell ya the honest truth I get worried with alloy cases as I feel that if I grab them to hard I might bend one where I don't have that prob with good solid steel. Hey but don't get me wrong here as I'm just a very large person even if the lower half don't work quite right atm. Those new generation clone cases made with what feels to me like 0.6mm (steelfoil) give me the exact same feelin' and I just don't like it myself (just a purely personal thing really). : peace2:
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    Oh I've dealt with these when I havn't sourced a part from Nth. Rocks Computer Markets in Westfield Shopping Center on Nth. Rocks road. ;)

    http://www.auspcmarket.com.au/
    http://www.eyo.com.au/
    http://www.pcmarket.com.au/pricelist/
    http://www.zonecomputing.com.au/

    and these places supply my "hard to get" parts (the first 2 for a couple of years now) plus I have never had any bad service from any (a lot of my business is shared fairly evenly between all of them) plus if any part gives me a prob I take it back in person (they know me but don't wave my name around in there as there are probably a few hundred PC builders at least they deal with daily) and once all is explained and/or shown and replacement is immediately given or if not in stock go onto their backorder lists for first up service. :thumb:

    I'll soon be closer to Brisbane so I'll have to checkout some new sources there but some items may still be shipped from them or I will pick up what I need everytime I have to get back here to Sydney for more quack visits (and try to line up Fridays and/or Saturdays for these so I can hit the markets now and again. :devil:

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    Ok point taken. I really liked the Xaser II A5000A plus, is that steel? If it is, could you link me to one of those sites where I could buy it please? I looked on auspcmarket but couldn't find the exact match, only a A5000 or something.

    And I'd like to say thank you for helping me even tho I am n00bish at this stuff and I know it can get frustrating dealing with n00bs. :) I apreciate your advice on building my computer and buying parts so please if you can keep helping me mate, I would be very gratefull. You seem like a nice bloke willing to help out and I thank you for that cause I am really syked to build my own computer and I think...no no...I DREAM about my new computer project every day. I want it all done in about 6 months max and I know it is a possibility.



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    Have ya made any phone inquiries with them as the NSW distributor is just up the road from them and I'm sure something maybe worked out. ;)

    If not then that "Server" case of mine (check link in sig) can be had w/ window from here, http://www.pcmarket.com.au/pricelist...;manID=ENERMAX or here, http://www.eyo.com.au/items_CatID_15...urerID_11.html :)

    Oh btw checkout the DigitalDoc5 in "Thunder" as well. ;)
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    If i can I will drive up to the stores and have a look around tomorrow, if they are mostly in sydney.


    But not auspcmarket as they say..
    "and you will not be able to "browse through" any of the products we sell."

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    I'd rather go to the stores or shops and speak with the sales in person, I will have a look around for numbers and addresses.
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    Ok, so I'm ringing around getting quotes for the xaser II A5000A plus JUST CASE no fans or power supplies.

    I think my mind is made up for this case, what you think wiggo?
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    $230 with no fans or power supply. I want to get them seperate.

    Good price?
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    Well forget that then. Extra $90 if I wanted a window :/
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    That doesn't sound to bad but this is what I get based on that same case chassis but w/o the looks, http://www.eyo.com.au/details_G-DX-01BD-W.html, just add a Thermaltake Hardcano and ya almost there. ;)
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    That looks nice, but where does the cd rom and dvd and hd go on the front?????? or does the front part come off?
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