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  1. Parts - Thermaltake Core V1 (Black) - i7-4770K - EVGA Stinger Z87 - G. Skill Ares 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 2400MHz - Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme - Corsair RM750 - EVGA GTX 780 I used the 240mm stencil as reference. At first I wanted to mount the radiator on the side panel, but then I realized I could fit 2x120mm case fans in the front and remove the 200mm case fan. If I choose the side panel, I will cut a square and mount a red acrylic window. I'm still debating where I want to place the radiator. Front or side panel. Decisions, decisions...
  2. A new Kickstarter project, the "Dune Case," is offering up a PC case that looks awfully familiar, closely mimicking the well-known cylindrical design of Apple's Mac Pro. it looks really cool but is it real? https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dunecase/dune-case
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