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Comment reply on toastedcoconut's Completed Build: Small Budget Gaming/Office PC

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Price is $169.99 in the part list. It was confusing wording in the review, I was referring to the $20 mail-in rebate

Comment reply on toastedcoconut's Completed Build: Small Budget Gaming/Office PC

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

The WiFi is built into the motherboard, there is no physical card to remove, there are two antennas you attach in the rear that sits with the rest of the motherboard external ports, the M.2 slot is fully available

Comment reply on toastedcoconut's Completed Build: Small Budget Gaming/Office PC

  • 11 months ago
  • 2 points

Added some more, also so you can see the extra 120mm fan I jammed in there. I pried off the Thermaltake logo as I thought it was tacky, will replace with something whenever I get to it. Agree with the brackets, ended up going the velcro route to avoid messing around with that; no heavy HDD so it works very well. Also removed the second bracket to have some room to keep cables out of the way

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