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seylorm

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#139 - Thanks, it's a Sharkoon T28. It's a little bit tight for doing…  [+] (2 replies) 09/11/2015 on 9 rooms that'll make you... +1
#142 - sniffythebird (09/11/2015) [-]
Damn, son.

That looks like a good case overall. Is the material and build quality very sturdy overall?

Also, I like how they do the interior color schemes, similar to the LD Cooling PC-V7/V8.
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#152 - seylorm (09/11/2015) [-]
The build quality is also very good for the price. Pretty much the whole body is made from metal, so it's very sturdy. The face is the only thing that's made from plastic, but even the fan intake on there is made from metal.
The only thing that's a little bit anoying is when you have to take the face of to get to the front fans, you can't remove the front panel connectors, so you have to be a bit careful to avoid damaging those cables.
It could be that they changed that in newer models, like I said, mine is about 4 years old.
#100 - mostly clean  [+] (4 replies) 09/11/2015 on 9 rooms that'll make you... +4
#130 - sniffythebird (09/11/2015) [-]
What case is that?

Also, nice choice of CPU cooler.
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#139 - seylorm (09/11/2015) [-]
Thanks, it's a Sharkoon T28. It's a little bit tight for doing cable management, but with a bit of patience it's manegable. Other than that it's great, I've had it for about 4 years now and didn't run into any problems so far.
Also it isn't too expensive, I got it for, like, 60€ on amazon.

www.sharkoon.com/product/1678/T28#desc
#142 - sniffythebird (09/11/2015) [-]
Damn, son.

That looks like a good case overall. Is the material and build quality very sturdy overall?

Also, I like how they do the interior color schemes, similar to the LD Cooling PC-V7/V8.
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#152 - seylorm (09/11/2015) [-]
The build quality is also very good for the price. Pretty much the whole body is made from metal, so it's very sturdy. The face is the only thing that's made from plastic, but even the fan intake on there is made from metal.
The only thing that's a little bit anoying is when you have to take the face of to get to the front fans, you can't remove the front panel connectors, so you have to be a bit careful to avoid damaging those cables.
It could be that they changed that in newer models, like I said, mine is about 4 years old.
#2 - but if it's wifi, there's no reason to actually go inside, is there?  [+] (5 replies) 09/04/2015 on Free wifi +41
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#10 - defski (09/05/2015) [-]
The password is on a tiny slip of paper inside the van. That's the tricky bit.
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#8 - blueboysixnine (09/05/2015) [-]
You have to knock on the door to ask the guy for the password
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#5 - lech (09/05/2015) [-]
Cover the inside walls of the van with gold
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#4 - itsmewaffle (09/04/2015) [-]
set the range somewhat small
as they approach your van to get on the network, start driving.
they can't resist.
#3 - wastedfate (09/04/2015) [-]
It's like wardriving but lazier. You just wait for people to do things over your WIFI like make purchases and shit, and collect all the info.
#200 - hell yeah 09/04/2015 on I'd play it 0