Good god. I'm surprised it was still running. It for sure wasn't running well or cool.
It's like "build hotter and hotter and HOTTER!!", but not with aluminum, use lots of glass, because it conducts heat soooo well.For those sad over the loss of aluminum cases and CaseLabs (as am I)... I'm about to start a new build with a Sliber Cerberus: https://www.sliger.com/products/cases/cerberus/
They are mostly aluminum and made in the USA. Yes, about 3x the price, but not much different than CaseLabs used to be.
yeah, you'll pry the DVD and Bluray out of my cold dead hands that my ripping station uses. But I do realize that the world is making having such devices difficult to obtain. But I do not use them for active "playing", maybe for testng, but mostly for ripping (and possibly archiving).
That is what I do!I think you misunderstand, you could use the discs only once to rip them and then store them away from dogs, cats, children, other adults et al.
LoL LED down the road LED's are exactly what they are LoL
Weren't they called XMS tracer or something that?
Also remember always having a FLOPPY drive installed but not neccessarily connected...in case some sort of IDE driver needed to be loaded during OS install. Floppy drives....
On Lian Li brushed aluminum cases I used to remove the floppy and cd/dvd drive front parts and paint them with aluminum paint. It was the closest match possible.
I had one of these on mine:
Nice! Never knew this existed. Just had the beautiful, fugly beige (or black) floppy drive sticking out the front panel and puked everytime I looked at my PC.I had one of these on mine:
Still have it too!