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RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - Beer40oz - 2012-04-18 02:28
Yes tons of cute girls.... too bad im married to a Dane... she will kick my butt!
WOW! computersalg.dk they have all the stuff too.... jaja I built mine here because I thought I would not be able to get it there.... lol
WOW!!!!! Everything is there..... from both my builds.... lol
I can just sell my server case and buy it there..... just take the internals..... sweet.....
Oh man where are the Antec Neo Eco power supply's
You know this is making me all happy
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - tsp42 - 2012-04-18 22:14
(2012-04-18 00:41)morfeus Wrote: @tsp42 - Whui, thanks for the info. Very happy to hear, that the 6 vs 12 units, dosen't affect the decoding. That I didn't know.Yes there is still space for a PCIe card but not double size. The cooler is rather small. You can see a picture of it here.
Beer40oz : You may want to compare the price before selling the old case. The 25% sales tax hurts.
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - Beer40oz - 2012-04-20 05:42
Yes tsp42..... but extra language hurts too!
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - morfeus - 2012-04-20 19:36
Beer - That's a nice place, about 15-20 min from here. Hehe, hope it's not that bad, were generally very nice
We've got almost everything here. It's only a matter of price & taxes
Ahh, yes, it must be cheaper to sell the case. There's some (3-4kg?) to shape of the moving bill. You're actually only going to live ~8-10 min (car) from computersalg.dk
When are you moving?
tsp42 - Heh, you've got that case stuffed, more than mine, but i get your point, after seeing it live.
A quick update:
Got parts yesterday, except the case. It arrived today, weeee
I've assembled it now, and wow, that's one small piece of hardware.
I've taken some pictures setting it up, that I'll post, when the project is more finished.
I've been a Debian user for many years, but wanted to try Ubuntu, for better multimedia-package support. But Ubuntu 11.10 /11.11 wouldn't work with the chipset/ethernet (H67M-ITX) properly, so i tried my preferred, Debian testing, and boom...ethernet worked. Haven't got arround to installing XBMC yet. Ethernet problems is kind of a showstopper
I'll test the new Ubuntu 12.04 beta tomorrow. Just wanted to let you know.
Have a great weekend
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - Beer40oz - 2012-04-20 19:47
morfeus I plan to move hopefully by the end of the year!
Yes show us pics.... ain't the case so nice?
Maybe we can get some lunch some time? come on over and see my setup....
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - morfeus - 2012-04-20 20:20
Beer , okay, when that time comes, you've got some new hardware/XBMC-box you'd like, and don't have to move the current setup
Will do, og yeaaaaah! Really nice case! No problems at all. Except, everything is reaaally small, it took me some minutes to get the HHD-LED, Power-switch, reset-switch pins in place...luxury problem
Sure thing, that would be fun, would be great to brush up my english
Were you from? Now I'm curious US/Canada?
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - eskro - 2012-04-20 21:07
Beer40oz => USA
eSKRo => CANADA
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - morfeus - 2012-04-20 23:55
I've "lost" a few friends to the US, about time we get some back
Canada, I've got family there. Beer will be glad, for Canada's/Europes healt insurrance. Even with a false alarm - beer-fart-burp-stuck - no one will charge him...they maybe shake their heads, make eyes, but, still free
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - bluray - 2012-04-21 00:07
(2012-04-20 23:55)morfeus Wrote: I've "lost" a few friends to the US, about time we get some backWhat is the income tax rate there?
RE: Antec ISK 300-65 - Intel i3 build - tsp42 - 2012-04-21 00:47
bluray: In Denmark 40-50% but free health care and education (in fact the students are paid for studying ~$700/month).