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Wonderful job sir thumb.gif To follow your black/green scheme, you should take the heat sinks off your ram and pain those green. The red kinda ruins the look a little..
, yeah, I thought about that, maybe when I repaint on a couple months
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OMFG drool.gif i just read this thread start to finish and give +rep for effort alone...if only i had the patience to sleeve so many cables, spray and respray so many components, file so many hours of my life away...

EPIC build champ... love the steam-punk concept. still cant get over the fact it used to be an old radio.... so farkin dope.
 
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Killer build AlderonnX. thumb.gif I remember seeing it when you started and with your MOTM entry i had to catch up... took me about 3 days! smile.gif

Love the retro (like almost Art Deco) vibe and lighting.
 
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**** drool.gif i just read this thread start to finish and give +rep for effort alone...if only i had the patience to sleeve so many cables, spray and respray so many components, file so many hours of my life away...
EPIC build champ... love the steam-punk concept. still cant get over the fact it used to be an old radio.... so farkin dope.

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Killer build AlderonnX. thumb.gif I remember seeing it when you started and with your MOTM entry i had to catch up... took me about 3 days! smile.gif
Love the retro (like almost Art Deco) vibe and lighting.

Thanks guys I am glad you like it. I just realized I have been working on this thing for like 8 months. It started as a whim on Ebay. And here we are. I will have some much better shots up in a couple days, I traded for a Canon Rebel DSLR camera. And as soon as my younger brother can come over during the day I will be taking some nice daylight outdoor shots.

Thanks for the interest. And don't forget i have that other steampunk build about to start. And this time I have all the parts here ready to go at the start. Should finish in about 3 months instead of 8 XD

EDIT: So I just Ordered 2 Green CM Sickleflow 120mm fans...The cheap TT fans are making a whine.... And I already have them turned down to 1 in the Bios..
Edited by AlderonnX - 12/3/12 at 3:32pm
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Love the lighting! Glad I voted for you buddy!
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Ok, I have had a flu since Christmas. But I finally got a couple things updated on this build.

I traded out the cheap fans for some CM Sickleflow 120mm Green LEDs.





I also painted the Dwood fan grills Metallic Copper color. The green just clashed with the bezel. And i'm not going to mess with the 86 year old bezel.




So, whats left on this overdue build? i need to get the other switch LED working. and put in the top window and finish clearcoating the lid. In the good news dept this case is working great as my daily use PC and I am fairly happy with the overall result.

Cheers, Alder
Edited by AlderonnX - 2/4/13 at 3:59pm
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Wow! Holy steampunk! biggrin.gif
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Wow! Holy steampunk! biggrin.gif

Indeed and its returning from the dead!

New name new parts new plans!

New paint: Hotrod Flat Black with silver scuff marks
New hardware: Socket 775 Gigabyte with a quad core (TBD) It has a single core in it now
better sleeving, Redoing almost all of it!
The plan is to run a 550ti in this and use it as a Steam box in the living room. Something for the siblings to play on when they come over as well.
I added a picture of the mobo and ram.




Cheers, Alderonn
Edited by AlderonnX - 3/23/14 at 7:28pm
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Great news
    
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Great news

Yes, Even better news thou. As you have no doubt seen in most of my build logs in the past the modding ends up on the kitchen table. Well now I'm almost done with a proper modding area upstairs. a 42 Square foot bench with bright lighting and plenty of tool storage. I have a balcony to paint on (have to battle red wasps to stay out there) and I have a little SFF pc built to upload pictures from and maybe steam videos? Anyway. Paint is drying now and I should have it organised and ready to mod by next weekend.

Cheers
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