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    Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

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    Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!
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    Please vote on Facebook for my case mod! . EIZO - Upgrade to an EIZO Photo Contest

    EIZO FlexScan T68 Monitor – Gaming Case Mod


    http://apps.facebook.com/contestshq/...1?ogn=facebook




    And please vote on Facebook for my case mods! . ASUS - SHOW OFF THE ROG PASSION


    "LAN-Party Laptop 2007 - Portable High-end Gaming Case Mod"


    Push LIKE here:


    http://apps.facebook.com/showoff-rog/?view&dataID=323


    And push LIKE here:


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    "EIZO FlexScan T68 monitor - Gaming Case Mod"


    And push LIKE here:


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    And push LIKE here:


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    And push LIKE here:


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    Thanks for helping!


    E K S T R A - 4 - YOU

    My Case Mod homepages!


    EIZO FlexScan T68 monitor - Gaming Case Mod
    http://www.lanpartypathfinder.com/ca...ngCaseMod2009/



    LAN-Party Laptop 2007 - Portable High-end Gaming Case Mod
    http://www.lanpartypathfinder.com/ca...rtylaptop2007/



    Command & Conquer 4 Tiberian Twilight – Portable High-end Gaming Case Mod 2010
    http://www.lanpartypathfinder.com/casemodding/CnC4TT/


















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    Command & Conquer 4 Tiberian Twilight – Portable High-end Gaming Case Mod 2010
    http://forums.hexus.net/project-logs...od-2010-a.html



    Merry Christmas to all forum members!



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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    no..

    Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Just..wtf ?

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    Home Entertainment =BenQ W1070, Samsung 65" HDTV, Denon AVRX6300H, Playstation 3 and Monitor Audio Silver RX 5.0, Monitor Audio CT265IDC(x4) Dolby Atmos and XTZ 12.17 Sub
    My System=Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 Wi-Fi, AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, Patriot 16 GB DDR4 3200MHz, 256GB Crucial SSD, Kingston 256GB SSD and 500GB Samsung F3, Palit GTX1070 GameRock Edition , Enermax Liberty 620W, Akasa Eclipse-32,Dell 2715H & Dell U2311H
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.

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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Quote Originally Posted by matty-hodgson View Post
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Well I actually quite like the idea's, pc in a case and pc in an old crt body.

    I just don't like facebook.

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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Quote Originally Posted by GoNz0 View Post
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    EIZO - Upgrade to an EIZO Photo Contest

    You and your friends can vote once per day.
    Contest Ends January 14, 2011 @ 08:00 am (UTC)


    http://apps.facebook.com/contestshq/...1?ogn=facebook



    ASUS - SHOW OFF THE ROG PASSION

    Concludes on 27th Dec. 2010 at 11:59:59 PM (GMT+8)

    Please push LIKE once a day (every 24 hours) here:

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    As a voter, you will also be entitled to our grand lucky draw!

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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Quote Originally Posted by matty-hodgson View Post
    If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.

    My EIZO FlexScan T68 monitor died.

    But when I come to CeBIT than I asked a EIZO employed about it and he told me that it could have been repaired in a special Lab in Hamburg. But this was unfortunately too late for my monitor.

    The problem was that it had began to come some very powerful electric shock through it and I got afraid about the hardware in my PC. So since it was 8 years old I decided to kill it! And make the "EIZO FlexScan T68 monitor - Gaming Case Mod".

    The EIZO employed tooled me that he know about this problem and that the Lab in Hamburg has a steam chamber where the monitor could be repaired.

    He told me that this problem comes from dust on the cathode that come when the monitor gets older.

    The EIZO FlexScan T68 monitor was VERY good I can tell you the picture were totality carp an colorful. It was also a T model this mean it's with Tension cathode - that means there are two very thin wires there a visible on the front of the screen this holes a un visible grid on the inside of the screen front which makes the pictures better. There was also a cheaper model called EIZO FlexScan F67 but without Tension cathode and this monitor could not deliver that nice image quality.

    BUT THERE WAS ALSO PROBLEMS WITH THIS MONITOR EVER IF IT HADE DELIVERT THE BEST PICTURES I EVER HAVE SEEN ON A MONITOR. Yes, you get red eyes if you sit too long at it. The manual said you should not sit more than two hours at it than you should make a break. And this was true but we computer people should always make breaks some time.


    ALSO SEE HERE: This is the text I have made for my loved EIZO on my Case Mod homepage.

    HOMEPAGE:

    When my fantastic EIZO FlexScan T68 died I felled very sorry since we already have been friends through 8 years where the EIZO FlexScan T68 monitor have given me the best pictures I ever have seen on a monitor. So I thought this should not be the end of my great EIZO so my imagination was questioned how could I still get anything out of my old monitor, even if it not could deliver any pictures anymore?

    Since I like to have a PC case with my one touch I thought it could be nice to make a case mod where nearby all used hardware was visible. This was the beginning of my EIZO FlexScan T68 case mod project, where you could see the hardware I have used for my project through the acrylic glass I have build into the front of my old monitor.



    YOU COULD HELP ME WIN A BRAND NEW EIZO!
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    smells like spam!

    Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    smells like a bot/automatic posting.

    Coolone, please make a coherent reply to prove this isn't just some automated copy paste responses.

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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    if you question pobs parentage and sexuality we may decide to ignore you instead of asking to have you banned

    Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Undecided after seeing this thread tbh
    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?p=2515566
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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pob255 View Post
    smells like a bot/automatic posting.

    Coolone, please make a coherent reply to prove this isn't just some automated copy paste responses.

    This is not spam!

    I'm just trying to Win a new EIZO monitor and you could help - if you like my case mods.

    If you would help then it is possible to vote once a day and in the ASUS contest there is also a grand lucky draw for voters.

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    Re: Please help VOTE for my Case Mod's here!

    cheaters never win!

    Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack
    off a horse and helping your uncle jack off a horse.

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