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post #1391 of 1907
I'm done w/ the loop. I just have a few mods (wire management) left.

post #1392 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

I'm done w/ the loop. I just have a few mods (wire management) left.

wermad..... That Cleaned up NICE!! cheers.gif... Wow that looks Good... thumb.gif
post #1393 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Hanoverfist View Post

wermad..... That Cleaned up NICE!! cheers.gif... Wow that looks Good... thumb.gif

Thanks. I had some time waiting for the cpu block so I made some gpu backplates using some spare acrylic sheet i had. Came out decent.

I ordered some modular cables from CM and I'm going to makes some custom connectors. I like the ribbon style but the three fixed harness are YB. The ribbon cables w/ the custom adapter cables will look much better.

A bit tired so I won't get around to do a log. I'm still questioning whether to do one or not since its not fancy, shmancy tongue.gif
post #1394 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Thanks. I had some time waiting for the cpu block so I made some gpu backplates using some spare acrylic sheet i had. Came out decent.
I ordered some modular cables from CM and I'm going to makes some custom connectors. I like the ribbon style but the three fixed harness are YB. The ribbon cables w/ the custom adapter cables will look much better.
A bit tired so I won't get around to do a log. I'm still questioning whether to do one or not since its not fancy, shmancy tongue.gif

The way you change parts... PLEASE ...tongue.gif You will be in a new case soon enough, do a log then.. biggrin.gif
post #1395 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Hanoverfist View Post

The way you change parts... PLEASE ...tongue.gif You will be in a new case soon enough, do a log then.. biggrin.gif

Elysium is holding good. I might pickup a HAF XB and use the elysium to hold my rads and water gear thinking.gif. I would miss the big-ol girl though redface.gif
post #1396 of 1907
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I'm done w/ the loop. I just have a few mods (wire management) left. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I see room for a rad at the back !

And is that a piece of tubing to support your VGA cards on your PSU?
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post #1397 of 1907
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I see room for a rad at the back !
And is that a piece of tubing to support your VGA cards on your PSU?

There's no way a Monsta 120mm rad would fit.

Yes, its to help but tbh, once the D-plugs go in and the custom backplates I made were added, it stiffened up. I'm leaving it there for now and I'll see how it holds on its own later on.
post #1398 of 1907
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I'm done w/ the loop. I just have a few mods (wire management) left.

never enough GPU thumb.gif
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post #1399 of 1907
Hi guys,here is the email of John from Xigamtek in the USA, he was very helpful in getting me a replacement part for my case.


johnvittiglio@xigmatekamerica.com
post #1400 of 1907
Wermad, do you have anything cooling your HDD?
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