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I got my Diablo 3 collectors edition today in the mail. I can't wait for the weekend to get this bad boy put back together and start playing smile.gif

its awesome. i just got to nightmare. hard to stop playing even long enough to eat and check OCN
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I got my Diablo 3 collectors edition today in the mail. I can't wait for the weekend to get this bad boy put back together and start playing smile.gif


Say good bye to updattes! LOL
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its awesome. i just got to nightmare. hard to stop playing even long enough to eat and check OCN


Server maintenance = break time to eat! thumb.gif
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Good work my man. It's too bad that I can't enter as no "hackies" are allowed, so my post for May was removed. At least you can see it here though:

http://tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=76&t=48807&p=305988#p305988

Since I can't be a consideration, YOU FLAT-OUT NEED TO WIN THIS for the month of MAY !!! FANTASTIC WORK !!! cool.gif
Edited by PunkNugget - 5/16/12 at 9:01pm
    
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I say wait till you are finished with the whole project. Also that cover being painted black was the right to go after seeing it in place.
A good soldering iron is like night and day compared to the pos pencils radio shack sells. Does that iron have interchangeable tips? I got a Metcal and don't think I could ever use a cheap again except for melting holes in plastics housings for ports.

Yeah. lots of interchangeable tips to choose from. I bought two when I bought the new iron. You can also replace the heating element if/when it goes bad. I've only used it the one time so far, but it heated up in seconds where as I am used to a couple minutes smile.gif
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Good work my man. It's too bad that I can't enter as no "hackies" are allowed, so my post for May was removed. At least you can see it here though:
http://tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=76&t=48807&p=305988#p305988
Since I can't be a consideration, YOU FLAT-OUT NEED TO WIN THIS for the month of MAY !!! FANTASTIC WORK !!! cool.gif

Thats a beautiful build PunkNugget. Why aren't hackies allowed? I doint think it should matter what OS/software you use..

My motherboard is slated to arrive tomorrow right in time for the weekend! I love it when things work out like that smile.gif
I'm not having much luck getting any sleeving ordered though.. Tried twice to get some mdpc-x sleeving, but can't log in to their site for the life of me..
I was all set to order some ftwpc sleeving, but their orange (v1) is 17% fatter than their black (v2) mad.gif

I may have to resort to paracord... Kobra (mod-right) sleeve doesn't look that great to me and it's pretty expensive.
Someone with a valid mdpc-x account should order me a bulk drop of mdpc black (300') and 150' of their orange and the molex pin remover tool and a bunch of heatshrink...
Seriously...
Have it mailed to my house (I'll pm you my address). I'll pay you back with some extra for your trouble. I'll even throw in a MadKat Games t-shirt and some MKG stickers smile.gif
Edited by bob808 - 5/17/12 at 10:42pm
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NOOOO! NOT PARACORD!!!!!!! IT JUST MAKES IT LOOK LIKE YOUVE GOT A BUNCH OF SHOELACES IN YOUR CASE!
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NOOOO! NOT PARACORD!!!!!!! IT JUST MAKES IT LOOK LIKE YOUVE GOT A BUNCH OF SHOELACES IN YOUR CASE!

My oh my! That there is all caps- you have convinced me NOT to use paracord haha tongue.gif
Now order me some sleeve from Nils please!
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can i just say that paracord looks great when done correctly. its just that doing it correctly seems to be incredibly difficult. Lutro0 has a really nice guide on the forums, but i'm sure you all know that.
post #469 of 794
Just read all your pages here and all I have to say is WOW! Such great colors such great work. Good job here!!! I love the work you have put into this.
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My oh my! That there is all caps- you have convinced me NOT to use paracord haha tongue.gif
Now order me some sleeve from Nils please!

Nothing wrong with paracord. It won out for my recent build simply because it's available everywhere, and I don't feel like camping MDPC-X waiting for it to open. Go shrinkless, in the end it's easier to get a clean look than having to redo...and redo...and redo your shrink on MDPC sleeve to make everything look even. Not to say either of them look better in the end, but I don't think there's anything wrong with paracord.
     
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