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woo hoo I officially put my part in this build... if you need any other colors mike let me know.
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post #152 of 881
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Originally Posted by fshizl;14410418 
woo hoo I officially put my part in this build... if you need any other colors mike let me know.

You sure did! I have the psu taken apart just need to upload the pics. =)
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Edited by Lutro0 - 3/12/12 at 10:15pm
post #154 of 881
Maybe white with the grill black? That would be pretty sweet smile.gif
I think I'll end up opening my power supply too and removing that pesky 4pin CPU... so useless.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lutro0;14369577 
The precut heathshrink helps out a bunch, but there is a few other things I do that help me them all in line. And im not better than anyone, I just take my time. =D

You can say that again (this thread was started in May)!! I don't know how you have the patience for all of this but the results are stunning!
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Originally Posted by shnur;14413195 
Maybe white with the grill black? That would be pretty sweet smile.gif
I think I'll end up opening my power supply too and removing that pesky 4pin CPU... so useless.

I like that idea. cool.gif
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;14413239 
You can say that again (this thread was started in May)!! I don't know how you have the patience for all of this but the results are stunning!

lol! Yea... I am on call for work basically all the time and work full time so finding time to mod is hard. I get a few hours on the weekends and some hours on Tuesdays. Thanks for the kind words bud!

And speaking of Tuesdays, I started in on the massive project that would be the power supply sleeving. Since it will be a massive update and I would like to keep it all in one, I will just post a teaser. =D

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Hey, looking good and one question:
I have to remove the plugs on my PSU too, and it's an absolute pain to try to de-solder the AC plug. Seriously, even though I think I have all the three contacts molten, It doesn't want to come off frown.gif Do I really need to get one of those solder suckers, or buy wick?
    
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Originally Posted by Skiivari;14447169 
Hey, looking good and one question:
I have to remove the plugs on my PSU too, and it's an absolute pain to try to de-solder the AC plug. Seriously, even though I think I have all the three contacts molten, It doesn't want to come off frown.gif Do I really need to get one of those solder suckers, or buy wick?

Yea, even with a wick or a solder sucker its still a little but of a pain. But I would say almost impossible to do a clean job without one. But really a wick or a solder remover are only like a couple bucks at radioshack.

Also keep in mind they sometimes bend the wires on the bottom before they solder them, so the wire is hooked on the prong as well.
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Thanks for the info, I guess I'll just go buy a sucker.
Looking forward to the sleeving update!
    
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Originally Posted by Skiivari;14447454 
Thanks for the info, I guess I'll just go buy a sucker.
Looking forward to the sleeving update!

You may or may not have an easier time with a wick, I was kinda wishing I had one when I did mine.
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