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post #41 of 115
This is how mine looks like, bought it when it was released in norway
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I'm working with the case at the moment, here is a small taste (I know it's dark, but i like those buttons:D:D)
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post #42 of 115
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Originally Posted by Glends;14650822 
This is how mine looks like, bought it when it was released in norway
http://i622.photobucket.com/albums/tt310/Gluma/FT-03/010620111068.jpg

I'm working with the case at the moment, here is a small taste (I know it's dark, but i like those buttons:D:D)
http://i622.photobucket.com/albums/tt310/Gluma/FT-03/140820111115.jpg

Ah yeah, its slightly different. I'm guessing you cut those water tube holes yourself? I'd love to water cool mine but I'm hoping to resist all temptation!

Nice button mods too! Is it just me or do they look pink?
post #43 of 115
Yes, I made those holes myself. The buttons are red, using my phone to take my photos probably why they looks pink.

If I use the front audio port and connect something to the USB port I get audio interference.
And I just scratched my back panel
Edited by Glends - 8/22/11 at 2:04am
post #44 of 115
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That would be a full modular PSU and short cable set.

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I'm not gonna run out of sleeve again!

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I sleeved in such a way so I didn't had to individualy label every wire. That saved so much time!

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I removed the wires I didn't need.

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I haven't sleeved the molex and sata cables yet. I'm waiting for my other 2 hard drives to arrive.

Thats all for now.
post #45 of 115
I wish my sleeving was that good lol
post #46 of 115
*Imaginary snip since I didn't actually quote the pictures.*
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I wish my sleeving was that good lol

I wish I had sleeving. frown.gif
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Nice build so far! Where do you get your sleeving supplies from? And what brand/type of sleeving do you like the best?
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post #48 of 115
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Originally Posted by iitenaciousg;14728584 
Nice build so far! Where do you get your sleeving supplies from? And what brand/type of sleeving do you like the best?

MDPC-X by the look of it, from what I'm hearing it is the best... although FTW PC's paracord sleeving is tempting, and much cheaper.
post #49 of 115
bit late but I'm in! Subbed.
post #50 of 115
How I usually feel about my own modding plans: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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How I feel about my modding plans after I see a FOB thread: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Needless to say, I love your work.
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