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    Where to put all those case stickers???

    OK so I've managed to build a new computer for my Dad with the following specs

    Coolermaster Centurion 534 Case (picture)
    24" Dell 2407WFP Widescreen
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 775, 2.4 GHz
    Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
    430w Seasonic S12-430
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    120mm Sharkoon 1000 "Golf Ball"
    ASUS P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP iP965, S775
    750 Gb Seagate ST3750640AS
    256MB Sapphire Radeon X300 SE PCI-E

    etc, etc

    I've built the system just fine (Windows is installing as I type!!) but I can't decide where to put all the stickers. I've got the following:

    XP OEM sticker
    ATI, Intel, Seasonic, Arctic Cooling stickers
    No Asus one - anyone get one with their P5B Deluxe.

    Where to put them? On the top or front? I think I'll put the XP sticker on the side panel but not so sure about the rest.

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    On the front of the case above where that USB, audio thing is, if they can all fit there.

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    Lol, thats a lot of stickers. Put the XP one on the back so it doesn't get damaged.
    With love and many thanks,

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    give them to me i love some stickers

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    I've stuck all my useless stickers on the back below the PSU.

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    Clean look for the win. I've even got the Windows one on the inside of my front plate of my Lian-li

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    Quote Originally Posted by this_is_gav View Post
    Clean look for the win. I've even got the Windows one on the inside of my front plate of my Lian-li
    Technically that's illegal...but then mine is store some place safe as if I change cases I don't want to be screwed with the removal of the label etc.

    My case too is clean, can't stand having the stickers on it really...oh and Lian-Li ftw!

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    I'm loving your pic FInalD. How'd you do it?
    With love and many thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by cotswoldcs View Post
    where to put all the stickers
    In the bin.

    Seriously clean look ftw, lian li owner here too

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlindMelon7 View Post
    I'm loving your pic FInalD. How'd you do it?
    Well I started off with making a userbar thing for my pc, then I didn't like that, so I made a 'spec-bar' for all my components. I then went into Image Ready and got it to do a 20frame (about that) fade between each of the bars.

    Due to the number of parts it too ages to get colour scemes that were different from each other but also tied in with the manufacturer's colours.

    Overall took me a couple of hours when I was bored.

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    Lol. sounds fun. I'm gonna try

    Edit: I keep forgeting my computer is fried. I will try eventually
    Last edited by BlindMelon7; 11-10-2006 at 11:18 PM.
    With love and many thanks,

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    I have too much AMD stickers in my room, now I can't switch to Intel So don't use them.

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    I think legally you only have to put the OEM XP one on there. I chose the side panel because it looked neatest and should for some reason I need to repair the case chassis I can swap in the side panel.

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    personally istick a few choice stickers over where it says "centurian" 'cos thats a little childish imo. Coolermaster sounds cool, but "centurian" makes me think of the bbc.

    Tip from a system builder - put your xp sticker on the top of the machine so that if you ever have to re install you can just look down rather than going under the desk with a torch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnelhead View Post
    Tip from a system builder - put your xp sticker on the top of the machine so that if you ever have to re install you can just look down rather than going under the desk with a torch!
    Heh the top of my computer is under a shelf, but the side panel has similar reasoning - you can always take that off to get the number.. though it only takes a few seconds to write down on a piece of paper

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