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post #681 of 881
Update us with that sweet sweet rig! wink.gif
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Update us with that sweet sweet rig! wink.gif

Thanks buddy, right now I am in the middle of moving and the sad reality that I most likely will not be able to get to this untill we are fully moved is closing in. Otherwise I will have to rush the whole build and I refuse to do that as this mod has a ton of potential. So sadly as it stands right now their might be some small updated here and there but I will have to pack this up the first week of may and I will be moving, in which it will be 2 months before my new mod workshop will be setup. So there will be a delay sadly. But no fear this mod has all the parts its just a matter of some finalization and putting it all back together.
post #683 of 881
Well, I for one cannot wait! I'm still planning how to go about modding my 600t se. thumb.gif
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post #685 of 881
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Well, I for one cannot wait! I'm still planning how to go about modding my 600t se. thumb.gif
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Yea its a bummer, but for those that know me well. I like to take my time with things, and I wont accept nothing less then perfect on this mod. I set out to do a simple mod, but it ended up being so much more then that. I got the 600t case when it first came out, and ripped it apart and thought to myself what could be done that no one to this date has done, how can I make this perfectly clean. I want it to be as much as I possibly can in grayscale. I have reached out in all directions to get the perfect parts for this mod, clear waterblocks with Mayhems pastel white fluid, guided sleeving by me and so on.

So to rush it right at the end after all of the concept work has been done would be terrible. I would rather wait a little bit and then finish it off cleanly like I wanted. And then with the new shop I can start on the NZXT mod that is on the horizon wich will be a rebirth of the Kallos Mod.
post #686 of 881
Wow, amazing computer, theme and detail.

The amount of hours put in,I could only imagine.
post #687 of 881
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Wow, amazing computer, theme and detail.
The amount of hours put in,I could only imagine.

Thanks man I really appreciate it. Sadly most of the parts for this mod have not even been introduced yet, so there is a ton of surprises left. wink.gif
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Yea its a bummer, but for those that know me well. I like to take my time with things, and I wont accept nothing less then perfect on this mod. I set out to do a simple mod, but it ended up being so much more then that. I got the 600t case when it first came out, and ripped it apart and thought to myself what could be done that no one to this date has done, how can I make this perfectly clean. I want it to be as much as I possibly can in grayscale. I have reached out in all directions to get the perfect parts for this mod, clear waterblocks with Mayhems pastel white fluid, guided sleeving by me and so on.
So to rush it right at the end after all of the concept work has been done would be terrible. I would rather wait a little bit and then finish it off cleanly like I wanted. And then with the new shop I can start on the NZXT mod that is on the horizon wich will be a rebirth of the Kallos Mod.

Yeah, its understandable and better late then never.
post #689 of 881
So, I just saw this thread yesterday and wow. All your hard work is really paying off because it looks freakin awesome so far. Keep it up
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Thanks man I really appreciate it. Sadly most of the parts for this mod have not even been introduced yet, so there is a ton of surprises left. wink.gif


I like the sound of that wheee.gif

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