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Coming Soon New Watercooling Tf2 Tourney And Wire Sleeving

So I'm mostly finished with the process of converting my sig rig (Blue Beastie, now Blue Beastie 2.0) from air cooling to water cooling. Quite a process, and plenty of photos and mistakes made along the way. Learned a lot, though, and i'm happy with the results. I'll be sure to start a case log soon detailing it all out.

ETF2L starts for my team, props.[neo], tomorrow at 8:00pm. We're matching up against Fernando United. It's the highlander tournament that was supposed to start on September 15th that kept getting delayed. I'll be playing as our team's pyro. Not my first choice of class, but ever since the announcement and team formation in August all i've been playing is as pyro, so i feel very comfortable with him/her/it now.

Also...

I've just recently received my sleeving kit from MDPC-X so i'm looking foward to finishing my build (after friday's match of course. Should be pretty awesome and should clear up some space in my pretty cramped up case. My current watercooling up is as follows:

pump >> 180 Rad >> CPU >> GPU >> NB >> SB >> 360 Rad >> Res

Oh! A random side note:

I've just completed 17 hours of animation homework to present to the world (and my ART-107 2D animation class) my first flash animation.

Toaster: How it actually works


Enjoy!

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