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  1. The_Moo™

    The_Moo™ Here we go again.....

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    sleey0 R.I.P. AW Side Topics

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    Those cases were kick-a$$.
     
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    otaku Notebook Deity

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    looks prety plain to me other than the alienhead off to the side.
     
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    Marvie100 On a Mission

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    You have to look at in perspective for the time period. This is like a 1990s machine.
     
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    Ovrclck350 Notebook Consultant

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    I see them all the time on Ebay.

    I almost got one, but started adding all the costs to find a slot loading drive, and everything else I'd need and decided not to.

    Plus every one I've seen was missing the surround sound outputs anyways.
     
  6. cookinwitdiesel

    cookinwitdiesel Retired Bencher

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    Ya I have eye balled this a few times myself, I already dropped a lot into my nice HTPC though, is the ONLY reason I didn't buy one haha. The socket is modern enough it can take a pretty quick dual core

    And this lacks the surround outputs because it has the toslink and coaxial SPDIF outputs (for use with a receiver and REAL speakers, not just PC speakers)

    edit: SNAP, didn't realize I passed 2k posts....haha
     
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