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jrspie

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Hi,
I'm slowly putting together my first pc.
I'll use it mostly for music, research and aimlessly wandering around the internet.
My wife will use it for a home office application - MS Office.
Neither of us is into games very much.
My question is this.
Using the TT Armor full size pc case, what are people putting in all the extra drive bays?
Thanks,
J.
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AnthonyJ

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usually extra drives, ex. mostly hdd's. you can get pci sata and ata controllers to add more hdd's to your system. other people will put a reserve tank for water colling in there. some leave it open if there is a fan in front for air flow.
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Fan contollers, card readers, a tray for dvd's and stuff, liquid cooling tanks, speakers, radiators, cigarette lighters and beverage trays, lcd displays. There is proably too many to mention. Go to the thermaltake website and have a look at the products they have.

Edited by sarahw, 02 March 2007 - 02:42 AM.

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If its not a high end PC a high end case isnt needed if you are only using it for what you say a smaller more manageable case would be cheaper and more appropriate it also would reduce your noise quite allot i would even consider a SFF PC like a shuttle for that use.
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Thanks to all of you for your help.
J.
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