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Looks great! keep up he good work!
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Dude I love this build u done a proper job. I was to cowardly to be that adventuresome. I just stuck with the twin 120mm blow holes in the top with the side window.
Thank you. When i discovered it was possible to fit 3x 140s I figured it was worth the bragging rights. I saw your case. Looks good. I cant imagine what it sounds like at full bore though. I've done the window thing before but i felt it would ruin the beauty of this case. And with my hardware all you can see is a mass of heatsinks and fans.
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lian li + Noctua = ultimate sexy.

you should get copper brown sleeve from mdpcx. and make it look even more amazing.
     
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If I hadn't already ordered some black, brown and tan paracord. That copper color is so sexy.
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On my way into my neighborhood I passed the UPS guy and got super excited so I punched it home and parked at my front door to find a present.


Now I'm just waiting the funding to get a pair of crimping tools and some crimp pins and heat shrink. I was looking at FTW PC for heat shrink but haven't pulled the trigger yet. Anyone got any suggestions for the heatshrink and/or tool and crimp pins?
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Mmmm... Paracard... Practicing on the spare PCI E power cable.

Edited by animal0307 - 7/23/11 at 9:44am
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All my sleeving materials arrived this weekend so I started in on sleeving. So this was my first attempt at sleeving. It doesn't look terrible but you can tell I am an amateur.

First up: HHD/Optical. This harness powers my HHD cage and DVD drive. Ya some of the wires show but it was impossible to shirt up them. Makes it way cleaner. But it is also the only cable in there.

Before:


After:



Next: PCI E. longest runs I will be doing. I probably should have removed the +2 or included them into the 6 pin some how. But too late now, I'm not redoing it.






Well this is it for now. The mobo cable is about half done. I ran into a problem with my wire diagram, got frustrated and said forget it for now. So I will try to get that wrapped up soon.

After this build I may never sleeve again. This is proving to be more work then it is worth. But while removing the sleeving that was already on my PSU I must say I very glad I am using paracord over FTW/MDCP. It feels more flexible in my option. Plus I am going to have a bunch of it left that I can use to tie awesome knots with.
Edited by animal0307 - 7/24/11 at 9:10pm
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I really want to see what your temperatures are like in that case. I bet your case could handle two GTX 480s VERY well. Somebody donate some so he can post some results!
    
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I really want to see what your temperatures are like in that case. I bet your case could handle two GTX 480s VERY well. Somebody donate some so he can post some results!
I'm all for that. I think one of my 5770's it getting ready to kick the bucket. It hasn't been working properly after I installed the Setsugen. I haven't had the chance to reinstall it yet so I'm running on one for now
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I'm all for that. I think one of my 5770's it getting ready to kick the bucket. It hasn't been working properly after I installed the Setsugen. I haven't had the chance to reinstall it yet so I'm running on one for now
That's disappointing to hear. I'm also going to lose my SLI setup. I have to give one of my GTX 460's back to the girlfriend in a few weeks.

I guess that means I'm going to have to buy a GTX 480 now The price has been dropping like crazy after the 580 and the 590 came out.
    
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