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Cases?

by chris tall / May 2, 2006 10:46 PM PDT

Does anybody know of any website where i could build and customize my own case?

thanks

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Hobby shops for instance.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 2, 2006 11:26 PM PDT
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If you go into hobby shops you find you can make models from many materials. Then paint to your taste.

Bob

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Well
by chris tall / May 2, 2006 11:55 PM PDT

Lets say i am not the creative type, i want something liek a flash ointerface where i can select features to add, and customize it to my will.

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That sounds very expensive.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 3, 2006 12:36 AM PDT
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Maybe you could have some PC custom shop do this for you?

Bob

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Cases
by billzhills / May 3, 2006 2:07 AM PDT
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RE:
by nathanpsz2 / May 4, 2006 8:42 AM PDT
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If the OP is too lazy to google this topic, he's definately too lazy to mod his case. All he wants is someone to spoon feed him the answers to all of his questions.

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Spoon Feed ???
by billzhills / May 4, 2006 11:36 PM PDT
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Placing your questions and answers on a forum for the World to see can be intimating and takes courage. I try to always try to take this into consideration when posting and answering.

Something to think about.....

Bill

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Actually...
by WhyFi / May 4, 2006 11:53 PM PDT
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Nathan's right... the OP is a lazy little brat. He's been starting numerous threads and throwing hissyfits when people offer advice on where to start looking. God forbid the OP should have to click a link, use a google search or actually think for himself.

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Then don't post a reply
by billzhills / May 5, 2006 12:33 AM PDT
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if you feel this poster has issues to answers. I don't mind wasting my time and I'll start my own BBQs if need be.

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???
by pkiddmui / May 5, 2006 1:26 AM PDT

I thought this a forum, a place where people can share their idea and help each other. So the poster don't like your idea, SO. Spoon feed??? I guess when you go out and create a whole shopping cart full of items is ok. GET A LIFE!!!!!!

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I don't mind making a shopping cart...
by nathanpsz2 / May 5, 2006 7:04 AM PDT
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...as long as the person asks a valid question, and clearly states their needs.

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by WhyFi / May 5, 2006 4:57 AM PDT

Nathan was simply letting you know that you might be wasting your time on an ungrateful recipient. What's wrong with that? If you don't mind wasting your time, that's fine, but I would think that most people would rather not, in which case Nathan's heads-up would be appreciated.

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Just an FYI....
by VAPCMD / May 6, 2006 8:23 AM PDT

In this FORUM under a question about AMD HS FANs...lost_noob_182 rec'd the following from the moderator. Needless to say I won't be responding to
this poster and most likely those he insulted won't either. You can read the full message from the moderator there. No sympathy here.

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lost_noob_182, I have deleted your post due to language and personal insults. Both are prohibited by the forum policies, and will not be tolerated. If you don't find an answer helpful, simply press on or restate the question with as much detail as possible. Posts such as that one are simply guiding lights showing you the door. (Consider that a warning.)'

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He'd have to THINK for HIMSELF?!?!
by nathanpsz2 / May 5, 2006 7:03 AM PDT
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I don't think he's capable of that.

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Custom Case.
by djujecmaoseoionnn / May 7, 2006 9:13 AM PDT
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If you know exactly and I do mean exactly. Dimensions in all directions from everywhere to everywhere then you need to go to a sheet and extruded aluminum custom fabrication shop. They are all over. But be prepared for the expense. You will think you are building a race car. Lots of them have pattern laser for custom panel designs but one off custom cases are extremely expensive. I have customized some of the Coolermaster all aluminum cases and they end up around 400 to 500 dollars depending on what you want different than you can buy over the counter. That does not include a power supply. I know that there are some really nice cases out there. If you would supply me with the tech specs of a case you desire i could probobly recommend something or we could talk about modifications.

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