Aqua-PC's Offer Value Aluminium case for £10.49!

"Fancy an Aluminium case with 1.2mm thick panels for under twenty quid delivered? Check out Aqua-PC's latest OC3D exclusive offer."

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Budget CaseAqua-PC's offer value aluminum case for only £10.49!
Our buddies over at Aqua-PC's must be loosing the plot after announcing the launch of their value aluminum gaming case at only £10.49 (£16.86 delivered to your door)!
The case is actually pretty well spec'd too, with 1.2mm thick aluminum panels, 4x 5.25" drive bays, 3x 3.5" external drive bays and 3x 3.5" internal drive bays. Completing the look is a clear plexiglass front panel much like the Cooler Master ATCS cases of yesteryear.
So what's the catch? Well nothing really. All Aqua-PC's ask is that you must be a member of the Overclock3D Forums before making your purchase, and if you perform any crazy mods on one (or several) of them, you post your work in the Aqua-PC's project forum.
There is limited stock of this little beauty, so grab yours now or join in the discussion on our forums to find out what people saying.
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06-04-2008, 07:39:58

Just use XP? It's not exactly a whole lot difference to 2k3 and certainly gaming performance is identical

06-04-2008, 08:34:55

Just N-lited XP.. and moving to it now.
Thanks for the help Kemp. ;)

06-04-2008, 10:29:46

Right, now on XP.. and running well.
SLI has now popped up. Damn Nvidia.

Oh well, cannot complain with an idea ram usage of 73mb. :)

06-04-2008, 13:00:38

Holy [IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG].

Damn, Vista 1gb idle here?

06-04-2008, 13:09:13



Damn, Vista 1gb idle here?

So? It really doesn't matter tbh, Vista dynamically assigns RAM when it's needed and uses it for system idle processes when it's spare

06-04-2008, 17:47:09

Mr. Smith

So? It really doens't matter tbh, Vista dynamically assigns RAM when it's needed and uses it for system idle processes when it's spare


I'm close to 2gb usage :p but it doesn't matter because of the above point ;)

06-04-2008, 18:16:47

Aye Im on 1560mb usage but it clears it out when you play games and assigns whatever the game needs for gaming.

06-04-2008, 19:25:33

And what's the point in having 4gbs if you are only gonna use 1.5gbs of it?

07-04-2008, 03:29:27

Well the more you got in total the more it like, reserves. I found it a lot smoother from 2gb -> 4gb..

09-04-2008, 01:24:22

Nvidia does not support SLI under Windows Server 2003. Sorry.
You can get SLI under Windows Xp Professional x64 Edition, though.
And since XP x64 SP2 is really just Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 masquerading as a desktop OS, go use that.

Just be sure to use the 174.74 WHQL drivers or you'll have all sorts of wacky issues with it.

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