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    Fresh Paint
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    Been doing computers since the first rock and rope computer But not modding. Been thinking about it came up with several ideas (not new ones I later find out) But finally came up with an idea I "want" But the first thing I need to do is find out the ratio??? of want I want to mod. So that it looks right??? any ideas???
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    t3h f3cKiN 33Ji7 calumc's Avatar
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    say wat?
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    KinderGarden for OS slytherock's Avatar
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    ratio??? let say 4/3 full screen, 16/9 widescreen
    Sorry, I don't understand... Please explain

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    do you mean measurements? idk.

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    Overclocked Cagedconnerman's Avatar
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    i think you're looking for the ratios, LxWxH of a computer that case it'd be best to just go to newegg and look at some cases that look easy to mod as well as have the right form factor

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    Keepin' it Metal .Maleficus.'s Avatar
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    Ahhh, the ratio of what you want to mod and what to leave stock? To not overdo it or under-do it? It all depends on the look you're going for. If you want it to be a fricking rave-in-a-box, then add lights everywhere, but if you just want something sleek and simple, add a few lights, you know?

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