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Originally posted by tag75 tag75 wrote:

Originally posted by najiro najiro wrote:

Originally posted by tag75 tag75 wrote:

I do like yr case never seen it beforeBig smile

Thanks man :) It's actually a NZXT chassis, long before their Phantom series got out. Its a NZXT Guardian 921RB chassis. It does look cool, it has a temperature monitor panel on the top of the case and wire sensors you can place in sections inside the chassis. It looks cool but its very hot particularly for my place which has a tropical climate with temperatures reaching to 32C at noon hehehe. Eventually changes my chassis to a Coolermaster Storm trooper.
Coolermaster Storm trooper is a nice case

Speaking of my Coolermaster Storm trooper case, I made a troll out of it LOL



what's that green thingy in the Front picture?
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Originally posted by whatswithjeff whatswithjeff wrote:

Originally posted by najiro najiro wrote:

Originally posted by tag75 tag75 wrote:

Originally posted by najiro najiro wrote:

Originally posted by tag75 tag75 wrote:

I do like yr case never seen it beforeBig smile

Thanks man :) It's actually a NZXT chassis, long before their Phantom series got out. Its a NZXT Guardian 921RB chassis. It does look cool, it has a temperature monitor panel on the top of the case and wire sensors you can place in sections inside the chassis. It looks cool but its very hot particularly for my place which has a tropical climate with temperatures reaching to 32C at noon hehehe. Eventually changes my chassis to a Coolermaster Storm trooper.
Coolermaster Storm trooper is a nice case

Speaking of my Coolermaster Storm trooper case, I made a troll out of it LOL



what's that green thingy in the Front picture?

hahaha! tubing for the USB cable on the card reader mounted on the front 5.25-inch drive bay LOL
some weird modding idea hahaha
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NIce bro Kudos Clap
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NIce bro Kudos Clap

thanks man, remember this chassis? haha
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that Meme! LOL
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Im still not good with cable management :( mine would be front and back facepalm


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Im still not good with cable management :( mine would be front and back facepalm



I'm not good either but what's important is what's seen in front LOOKS GOOD. Don't care if the rear looks messy hahaha.
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totally agree

BTW what happened to your amd  build? did something broke or you caught the PC enthusiast illness, never ending upgrade?
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totally agree

BTW what happened to your amd  build? did something broke or you caught the PC enthusiast illness, never ending upgrade?

Hahaha! Yes. LOL
Never stopped until this day but I have to hold back hahaha. Can't really go high end, dual graphics card or even an i7.. Still, this thread shows I really started from the common 'go with AMD for entry-level gaming build' kind of notion hehehe
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Very nice looking build man Clap the blue theme looks really sharp on the desktop. No frikking way did my first build looked that sharp.   lol

anyhoo wanted to ask how that temperature control panel on the NZXT chassis sorta compares with the temps reported with some of the common software apps some of us may use like HW monitor or CoreTemps.

Thanks in advance, and thanks for making such a solid build post.
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