Since the PPI is the same it should look the same to you (same detail, same text size, etc), just with more space on the screen and a larger screen.
When I bought the SSD the samsung didn't exist yet, the 840P would be my choice if I needed another
The two harddrives are actually several years old, I kept them from my old build
WD drives are extremely reliable it seems!
If you want quiet don't go with EVGA, the coolers are very loud
There are other brands with much larger coolers on them that will be quieter
Nope it does not
I like it, the consistent color scheme is very nice looking
Here you go: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/242870/DSC_2206.jpg
Wow, derp.. thanks, I changed it
Sure, I'll take one today
Sure, I can always use it to give better advice to friends and stuff
I'm in the process of researching a new one now, I want to replace it purely for noise reduction
I may in the future, it cools the CPU well enough but the noise level can be annoying under load
I removed the heatsinks from the RAM, they are now a beautiful black color that matches the build quite well
I went ahead and did it! didn't take long and was pretty easy
Here you go! 16 feet of LEDs: http://www.amazon.com/LEDwholesalers-Controller-2034RGB-3315-3215/dp/B0040FJ27S
I'd love any suggestions you have, or if you have a saved build on here I'd like to see it, less money is nice
That's my amplifier, the case is on the floor out of view in the pictures (hard to get a picture of everything together)
Better you bringing yours than me hauling this thing!, it weighs quite a bit more than my old case did
Care to post one? I'm always interested
Yeah a lot of them are like that now, I don't understand why..
I might make a custom extension cable that's more compact/nicer looking to run to the card from behind the motherboard
Haha I know, I wish I had thought of that before I bought it
I may remove the heat spreaders, g.skill RAM is usually black underneath
I'm loving the case, it's a huge difference from my old haf 932
Wouldn't that be 5760x1080?
RAM is cheap, might as well max out the board and never have to buy more for that computer