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  1. CptHenry

    Mechanical Keyboard Club!

    Oooh, those look pretty interesting, especially the Ramaworks one. Thank you!
  2. CptHenry

    Mechanical Keyboard Club!

    Are there any tenkeyless, mechanical, backlit, preferably wireless keyboards that aren't completely black?
  3. Alrighty, thank you. Should I keep the front disc tray door and it's button? I was thinking of maybe putting a translucent piece there with an RGB strip behind it, and I could add a reset button in place of the disc tray's?
  4. Heyo! I recently dug my old Xbox 360 out of the closet a couple of weeks ago after watching Linus' Xbox sleeper vid. The 360 red ringed a few years ago so I'm not really destroying anything worthwhile, plus I have a slim model buried in my closet as well. Much like the Xbox sleeper, everything does fit, but SUPER tight together. But, due to the removable hard drive...thing on the top of the system, I'm pretty sure I'll be able to put a 2.5" drive up there. I haven't made any cuts to the metal or plastic yet but, just putting a needed parts list together and testing where I should put vent and fan holes. So far, I plan on putting these components from my existing build inside of the case; MSI B450 ITX Ryzen 5 2600 Corsair 2x8GB 3000Mhz RAM Noctua NH-L9a CPU Crucial P1 1TB M.2 SSD Zotac RTX 2060 3 Noctua NF-A12x15 120mm Fans And then I plan on getting these components; NZXT Kraken G12 Corsair H55 Noctua NF-A9x14 92mm Fan HDPLEX 400w HiFi PSU 330w Dell Power Brick Anything I should change?
  5. CptHenry

    The Fastest Xbox of All Time

    Thanks to the video, I'm now spiraling into madness as I plan out how to make my old Xbox 360 into a PC, non-sleeper because there's no way you'd be able to do it without drilling holes in the plastic shell.