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This is for the Stryker right? Possible to fit a 360 on top?

You will need to do some modding, there is an example of what you have to do on the first page of this thread.
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post #6632 of 12478
This club is still rocking like day one... keep it up guys thumb.gif

by the way here is a picture of an idea that me and UMZ didnt post in this thread, while back when he was working on his Ferrari Concept build.



Wish it wasnt so difficult I guess...
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u must to be italian like me to build a similar thing
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playing around with making some psu covers out of acrylic. What color do you guys think i should paint it ? white or black?
I just ordered some white hose for the w/c setup, the water block for the 7990, a different pump, and another res biggrin.gif
post #6635 of 12478
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Originally Posted by NASzi View Post

here's some updated pics



Do you have a write up on how you made or where you got the PSU covers?

Thanks. Great Case!!
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Hello every1...just bought a storm trooper and a asus ma5a990x evo motherboard...really stuck atm...cables are everywhere...ive connected most things up..whats the best way to tidy it up? Thanks
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Bit embarrassed if i posted a picture of what's it like right now
post #6638 of 12478
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Hello every1...just bought a storm trooper and a asus ma5a990x evo motherboard...really stuck atm...cables are everywhere...ive connected most things up..whats the best way to tidy it up? Thanks

The bulk of your excess wiring should live behind the motherboard. That's what the cutouts are for all over. Start by running all your from the power supply out of the closest bottom cutout and route them where they need to go, coming out of the closest cutout to the connection you're making.
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post #6639 of 12478
So I should run all the power cables 1st and then connect the front buttons to the motherboard?
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So I should run all the power cables 1st and then connect the front buttons to the motherboard?
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