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Looks Good Keep it up smile.gif

Thanks!

I hope to have time to work on it more tonight - add a few more fans, install OS and get it running.
post #22 of 154
i see. Diablo 3 for the win lol
post #23 of 154
Two things. Edit your CPU pic to remove the serial number from it. You don't want that out there. And 2nd your Cable management looks great for a non modular setup. You could always use a piece of wood(painted of course) with miters on both sides that contact the bottom of the case and the tray so it's on the diagonal when in place to disguise the cables even further. Or do like other people do and use a piece of sheet metal bent at the PSU and over to the tray to form a cover for the whole bottom of your case. Makes a pretty good spot to hide SSDs' and the like as well. Great job with your 932. thumb.gif

I'm curious though, why only Diablo? Is this a LAN system? mellowsmiley.gif

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Two things. Edit your CPU pic to remove the serial number from it. You don't want that out there. And 2nd your Cable management looks great for a non modular setup. You could always use a piece of wood(painted of course) with miters on both sides that contact the bottom of the case and the tray so it's on the diagonal when in place to disguise the cables even further. Or do like other people do and use a piece of sheet metal bent at the PSU and over to the tray to form a cover for the whole bottom of your case. Makes a pretty good spot to hide SSDs' and the like as well. Great job with your 932. thumb.gif
I'm curious though, why only Diablo? Is this a LAN system? mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

sorry to bust in here was looking at the very nice build. ^ ^ ^ i have been trying to figure out how the heck ima hide my wires all day when i drop out my hard drive bays...YOU SIR just earned a rep. sheet metal cover on bottom FTW. starting tonight!
post #25 of 154
Your Crosshair V's PCB looks so brown compared to mine.
post #26 of 154
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Two things. Edit your CPU pic to remove the serial number from it. You don't want that out there. And 2nd your Cable management looks great for a non modular setup. You could always use a piece of wood(painted of course) with miters on both sides that contact the bottom of the case and the tray so it's on the diagonal when in place to disguise the cables even further. Or do like other people do and use a piece of sheet metal bent at the PSU and over to the tray to form a cover for the whole bottom of your case. Makes a pretty good spot to hide SSDs' and the like as well. Great job with your 932. thumb.gif
I'm curious though, why only Diablo? Is this a LAN system? mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Thanks for the tips - I was considering a panel and when I have more time I am going to look into that further to see if I can build something.

Yes this rig will be on my LAN and the plan will be to have two people playing Diablo III together - just like in the good old days of Diablo II devil.gif

Also - thanks for the heads up on the serial number - totally forgot about that. Will have to edit that pic thumb.gif
Edited by vonalka - 4/20/12 at 4:16pm
post #27 of 154
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Your Crosshair V's PCB looks so brown compared to mine.

Must be the lighting - they are indeed very red & black.
400

The Crosshair is the perfect board from a color combination for an AMD build
Edited by vonalka - 4/20/12 at 3:00pm
post #28 of 154
Definitely. I'm selling mine as we speak. I'll miss her. Definitely my favorite board of all time.
post #29 of 154
He said PCB not Heatsinks guys. tongue.gif lol

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post #30 of 154
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Two things. Edit your CPU pic to remove the serial number from it. You don't want that out there. And 2nd your Cable management looks great for a non modular setup. You could always use a piece of wood(painted of course) with miters on both sides that contact the bottom of the case and the tray so it's on the diagonal when in place to disguise the cables even further. Or do like other people do and use a piece of sheet metal bent at the PSU and over to the tray to form a cover for the whole bottom of your case. Makes a pretty good spot to hide SSDs' and the like as well. Great job with your 932. thumb.gif
I'm curious though, why only Diablo? Is this a LAN system? mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Don't want to sound like a noob, but what's wrong with the CPU serial number being out there? redface.gif
 
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