OCZ Technology Release The 'Roadster' USB 2.0 Flash Drive

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OCZ Technology have released an brand new flash drive called the Roadster. The beauty behind the new drive is that it features an innovative 'top down' capless design which is always good to prevent accidental loss. Complimenting the drive is the relatively slim build, and the fact that the drive is built on such a reliable name, such as OCZ. The drive comes with what appears to be a lifetime warranty on the memory itself, but has a 3 year warranty on the remainder of the drive. The drive also has a 1GB capacity.

If you want to read more on the Roadster, head here

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19-09-2006, 15:24:39

The Cube might be able to fit it being 18x18x18 but im not quite sure if it would fit.


19-09-2006, 16:08:19

If you were gonna do something like that check out mountainmods cases. mountain mods They are mostly 18x18x18 and I know Frag was originally gonna have his phase put into one but changed his mind. It will be a tight fit but they are nice looking.

19-09-2006, 16:12:52

WC Annihilus

They are mostly 18x18x18 and I know Frag was originally gonna have his phase put into one but changed his mind. It will be a tight fit but they are nice looking.

Notice he says not to point out MM ;) And Ares, that pretty much is a MM case

19-09-2006, 16:14:09

i didnt even catch that :( oh well i love those cases and am picking up the duality one myself. just cant decide what color

20-09-2006, 00:15:32

MMs are to expensive for my buget, i need like a 18x18x18 but like under $150, yea i know, imposible so i might look in to towers. and if i go with a tower are there cases that are made so that you can put a phazer in the bottom? or do you have to do that your self?


20-09-2006, 03:17:23

For a tower, the V2000 is the best especially for phase, at least that is my opinion.

20-09-2006, 18:44:32

There goes the $150 budget :D Couldn't you make a custom one yourself mate to house the phase? All you'd need to do is (if you've got the appropriate tools) get yourself some aluminium 'L' bar, 1/8" pop rivets or tec screws and some light gauge sheet metal and voila. Then attach it to the bottom of your existing case, kinda like the vapochill


20-09-2006, 18:47:26

I agree with pv. Build your own ftw.

My unit prob wont even have a case...

23-09-2006, 01:21:20

i decided that i am going to build my own computer and unit case and if i get to make it they way i whant to yall be [IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG][IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG][IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG][IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG]ten your selfs =P


23-09-2006, 06:20:42

That's why I suggested you make it yourself, instead of putting up with what manufacturers give you. Unless you want to pay top dollar for a custom built case (which your $150 budget prevents), your next best option is to do it on your mick malone. Much better that way, I'd do it if I had to

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