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post #71 of 91
Thanks. LOL, you have pics of flowers in the middle of your build log. That will give it some character.... biggrin.gif

I would much rather see more of this build though....
post #72 of 91
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haha, it's almost like an intermission. Well tomorrow/today (1 am here) is the computers big day. I finished up the cable management and it is ready for it's photo shoot. Although it is pretty much done, I think I might have a few things in mind...super little things, but those can wait. It will FINALLY be sunny so I promise I will have pics up
post #73 of 91
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Alright the time has come to share the final pics (for now) of the case you have been watching grow.
I would like to thank all of you for taking the time to visit and sharing your thoughts and opinions. It really means a lot!!

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last but not least, ever awesome thing needs a hot chick by it to make it look even more awesome!
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hahaha well that was fun.
This mod will never be "finished" but for now, it's as far as I will take it.
thanks again for everything. I'll be around to answer any questions or what ever. and I'll update when i get an idea.

LK
Edited by LetterKilled - 4/2/12 at 7:31pm
post #74 of 91
how dude that looks great! good job! love the white!!!
post #75 of 91
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thank you so much!
post #76 of 91
Going for the "Sex sells" are we? rolleyes.gif

Only things I can really nitpick on are the pci-e cables going over the tubing and the blue heatsinks and accents of the motherboard, they just throw things out of whack a bit for me... I'm a meticulous, analytical perfectionist suffering from OCD... sue me. tongue.gif

Looks great, though. I'm sure the pictures don't do it justice. Case mods almost always usually need to be seen and experienced in person to really feel it. Top notch man! thumb.gif
post #77 of 91
I'm confused, why does she have clothes on? tongue.gif lol, j/k.

The build looks great, but I do agree with ArkAngel666 about the PCI-E cables. They should do the same thing (under or over the tube), but that's about all I can complain about because the rest is awesome thumb.gif
     
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Excellent job my friend, the end result is very clean and very sharp. thumb.gif

I'm always a big fan of well-executed monochrome, and this is well-executed. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by ArkAngel666 View Post

Going for the "Sex sells" are we? rolleyes.gif
Only things I can really nitpick on are the pci-e cables going over the tubing and the blue heatsinks and accents of the motherboard, they just throw things out of whack a bit for me... I'm a meticulous, analytical perfectionist suffering from OCD... sue me. tongue.gif
Looks great, though. I'm sure the pictures don't do it justice. Case mods almost always usually need to be seen and experienced in person to really feel it. Top notch man! thumb.gif

I agree with you on the blue heatsinks. the blue throws it off. I think you just helped me with my next mod. what would saw would be a good color? grey and black? I took your advise and I moved the other cable behind the tube. it just didnt look right. +1 for you sir haha
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I'm confused, why does she have clothes on? tongue.gif lol, j/k.
The build looks great, but I do agree with ArkAngel666 about the PCI-E cables. They should do the same thing (under or over the tube), but that's about all I can complain about because the rest is awesome thumb.gif

I KNOW RIGHT???!!!!! I told her the same thing, and her reply was "its too cold" haha
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Excellent job my friend, the end result is very clean and very sharp. thumb.gif
I'm always a big fan of well-executed monochrome, and this is well-executed. biggrin.gif

Thank you! I am glad you noticed the small things. that means the most!
Edited by LetterKilled - 4/2/12 at 10:22pm
post #80 of 91
Freaking Awesome job. Really clean looking. thumb.gif
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