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post #9501 of 12471
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Originally Posted by koniu777 View Post



This is what the Stryker/Trooper should look like. Removable hard drive cages, large window, and more room up top for 360 rad and thickness up to 60mm thumb.gif

Very good looking. I especially like the window! Did you make it yourself or did you buy it somewhere? =)
post #9502 of 12471
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Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post

Very good looking. I especially like the window! Did you make it yourself or did you buy it somewhere? =)

He made it himself. It was posted in this thread some time ago, but it might take some effort to find said posts.
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post #9503 of 12471
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Originally Posted by dizeee23 View Post

Hi! i have been following this thread for months and i just wanna show off what i have accomplished after almost 6 months scavenging posts, builds and reviews of products and builds.

so far this is my build.

CPU: intel i7 4770k
GPU: XFX 7970 BE
RAM: 2v4 corsair vengeance
PSU: corsair AX860i
CPU COOLER: Phanteks PH-TC14PE
STORAGE: Samsung SSD evo 128
1TB WD black caviar
Sleeving: corsair(i actually regret this. its so expensive)
FANS: (in process)
Lights: NZXT HUE
EL WIRE(still trying to figure out where and how to place it)

I like it. I'm not really into making the inside look good with LEDs and stuff, I'm more of a better airflow person, but your cables and stuff looks real good. I also quite like the look of your rig, looks great. For a first timer it's perfect. I remember my first cable management mess. This was with old ide hdd cables, the non sata kind that kills airflow completely. It's gotten easier these days for sure, especially with the trooper and it's mind blowingly awesome cable management options. Zip ties anyone?!

Anyway, great build and great looking rig no doubt.
Edited by TheBDK - 11/2/13 at 6:11am
post #9504 of 12471
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Originally Posted by dizeee23 View Post

Hi! i have been following this thread for months and i just wanna show off what i have accomplished after almost 6 months scavenging posts, builds and reviews of products and builds.

so far this is my build.

CPU: intel i7 4770k
GPU: XFX 7970 BE
RAM: 2v4 corsair vengeance
PSU: corsair AX860i
CPU COOLER: Phanteks PH-TC14PE
STORAGE: Samsung SSD evo 128
1TB WD black caviar
Sleeving: corsair(i actually regret this. its so expensive)
FANS: (in process)
Lights: NZXT HUE
EL WIRE(still trying to figure out where and how to place it)

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)















This is all for now. I have yet to purchase fans And my 3M di-noc(i have red and black) is still untouched. Im still trying to feel my case so i'd know where it best to apply the carbon fiber.
Im also trying to learn(by research ofcourse) on how to solder so i can add more lights in the front of the case and the top of the case( i saw someone posted the top with led strips and i fell inlove with it).
I have watched the instructions on how to place the elwire but im still not convinced that it is "flame red". For now, i just wrapped it around the front fan cause i don't want the elwire lying around my room. LOL.


I still need to learn how to apply cable management. this is my first build and i had a hard time trying to make it neat.
That's it for now. I still have a lot to learn. Opinions and suggestions are very much appreciated. Especially on how to make it neat and manage my cables. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I have included my "SUPPOSEDLY" celebration after finishing my build. But the celebration went first before finishing my first build. LOL
THANK YOU ALL.
CHEERS!

Welcome to the club!

The cable management isn't bad at all. The only things I'd do there is to group the cables coming from the bottom of your motherboard or run them behind the board, and you should also be able to do something about those two cables at the top. But apart from that, it's actually a very neat build you have there.
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post #9505 of 12471
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

Looks great! I love Modelers so much I ended doing a review of his stuff, link is in my sig if you want to add your inputs wink.gif .
hi could you explain your wiring in more detail please
post #9506 of 12471
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Originally Posted by HCore View Post

Does anybody know the company/website that sold a kit to mod the handle bracket on the Trooper/Stryker? I thought it was posted in this thread but couldn't find it. Thanks for any help.

Looks like it's no longer available...shame...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1104349/the-official-cooler-master-storm-trooper-storm-stryker-club/8750#post_20652216
 
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post #9507 of 12471
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

Are you sure that's the problem? As far as I know the mic without any amplification doesn't have enough power to be noticed on the headphones/speakers. You say you muted the mic, did you uncheck the "listen to this device" checkbox in Windows?

I know what I'm doing, yes. Those checkboxes are not checked. This issue suddenly began happening in the middle of a play session. No way a setting got changed, but I had checked anyway and I can confirm no software settings are causing the issue.
post #9508 of 12471
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Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

i heard ( meaning i have seen no proof ) it was taken down
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Originally Posted by benben84 View Post

Looks like it's no longer available...shame...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1104349/the-official-cooler-master-storm-trooper-storm-stryker-club/8750#post_20652216

Thanks for the help but bummer that they don't carry it anymore. REPS for the help guys.thumb.gif
post #9509 of 12471
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Originally Posted by Chase Quinnell View Post

I know what I'm doing, yes. Those checkboxes are not checked. This issue suddenly began happening in the middle of a play session. No way a setting got changed, but I had checked anyway and I can confirm no software settings are causing the issue.

In that case I don't know what could be the problem, because as I said a fault on the front panel shouldn't be noticeable. Good luck with it though. thumb.gif
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TEK SP-8008F tower speakers (Bi-amped) TEK SP-8008C center speaker Logik HTIB sub (blown amp in the TEK) 360W Mecer UPS 
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Core 2 Duo P8600 LENOVO 2241B57 Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD 2 GB 
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post #9510 of 12471
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

In that case I don't know what could be the problem, because as I said a fault on the front panel shouldn't be noticeable. Good luck with it though. thumb.gif

It doesn't do it when I plug it into the ports on the rear I/O ports on the mobo
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