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Actually, your avatar makes you look like a fanboy. So what or who exactly, are you trying to trigger with it? I'm not an Intel fanboy, but I will give credit where credit is due. (BTW it hasn't been due to Intel for a few years) I admit AMD fanboys trigger me, since I've had to listen them for years, ever since AMD popped it head up, saw its own shadow, and decided it was back it the CPU business.If you didn't care you wouldn't respond
To answer your question though, the only stickers I put on cases are those that come with the hardware. So cpu/gpu/mobo/ram stickers. If there's room and they don't ruin the look that is.
I have this avatar to trigger hardware fanboys that have brand loyalty to companies that don't give a crap about you or anyone else. I go for what ever hardware gives good perf for the price, regardless of who makes it.
So, what have we learned? AMD cares deeply for you and Intel doesn't, so you're bitter about that?
I have a rather more Spartan aesthetic with respect to computer cases. I think putting stickers on them gives them too much of a "I'm tweeting from mom's basement" look. Silly me, I throw decals away no matter what product they come with. After all, I don't feel either my computers or guitar cases are unpaid ad spaces. But, I suppose if they make you feel like you belong somewhere, go for it.
I'm not really into RGB either. It's sort of like the computer geek's version of, "glass pack mufflers" for cars. You know, "my car's fast, listen to all the noise it makes".