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SUBBED LIKE A BOSS>>>>

Yay!! biggrin.gif
great decision thumb.gif
post #82 of 167
holly mother of ssd biggrin.gif subbed smile.gif
post #83 of 167
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holly mother of ssd biggrin.gif subbed smile.gif

yes ... i expect atleast 1gb of sequential read out of those thumb.gif
post #84 of 167
u gonna get 1 Tb smile.gif
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u gonna get 1 Tb smile.gif

haha that would be insane drool.gif
post #86 of 167
1Tb of insane ssd power biggrin.gif just like raw beast biggrin.gif how building this pc going on? smile.gif
post #87 of 167
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Everyone i need your opinion!!

ok so i need to do a bunch of splits and i thought that it would look good if i arched over with a piece of metal ... only problem is now i cant cover it with anything because heatshrink wont bend like that
so i need sugestions of what to do to cover the pieces of metal or a whole new idea ... rep for the best idea thumb.gif
P.S. already tried red candle wax ... no bueno sad-smiley-002.gif


here are some pics to explain my situation
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Opinion time !! biggrin.gif
post #88 of 167
thin heatshrink will bend like this smile.gif i know it because i used to do sme andom thins while customizing boomboxes smile.gif
post #89 of 167
http://www.plastidip.com/home_solutions/Plasti_Dip

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I am concerned about the material you are using as a conductor though... You need to stick with copper or something with similar electrical properties or you will have very poor quality power to your components.
post #90 of 167
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http://www.plastidip.com/home_solutions/Plasti_Dip
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I am concerned about the material you are using as a conductor though... You need to stick with copper or something with similar electrical properties or you will have very poor quality power to your components.

where can you get copper strips/rods this small ? and does copper bend well ?
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