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yea thats what i was thinking but the only problem is seeing the locking mechanism on the plexi which would be kind of ugly haha i think one of my buddies have convinced me into cutting a window in the side panel so im going to order a spare panel off ebay just incase i make a mistake tongue.gif
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yea thats what i was thinking but the only problem is seeing the locking mechanism on the plexi which would be kind of ugly haha i think one of my buddies have convinced me into cutting a window in the side panel so im going to order a spare panel off ebay just incase i make a mistake tongue.gif

Sounds good! Put up a build log if you haven't!!

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i havent yet im a super noob at computer building but if i can find a junk case to put my stuff in i will. i build android software so cant have the pc down for to long haha. plus itll never hold a candle to what you have done here yours is awesome
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i havent yet im a super noob at computer building but if i can find a junk case to put my stuff in i will. i build android software so cant have the pc down for to long haha. plus itll never hold a candle to what you have done here yours is awesome

Well thanks! Don't worry about quality! If you take your time, it'll look great!

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another question i got for you is how are you going to do the psu? i know you said you wanted to put it in the apple psu case but then you put the slight in. i did mine in the apple psu case so it fits nice on the bottom so it looks clean but i like your slight haha

edit: sorry for all the questions
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another question i got for you is how are you going to do the psu? i know you said you wanted to put it in the apple psu case but then you put the slight in. i did mine in the apple psu case so it fits nice on the bottom so it looks clean but i like your slight haha

edit: sorry for all the questions

It's still going in the Apple PSU housing. I need to make some cuts to the sLight and add an elongated U to the right back corner for wires to go through. No worries about the questions either!

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ok nice it looked to have enough room under the light for it to go
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I am working on my own g5 mod. So I was looking for inspiration when I found you, and I must say I certainly liked what you have done.

I have 2 question, what kind of JBweld did you use on the standoffs, the original or something like the steel reinforced one?
and i would love to know a little more details on how you did the light panel. Or even buy one if you are okay with that ;3
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ok nice it looked to have enough room under the light for it to go

Yes, plenty of room!
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I am working on my own g5 mod. So I was looking for inspiration when I found you, and I must say I certainly liked what you have done.

I have 2 question, what kind of JBweld did you use on the standoffs, the original or something like the steel reinforced one?
and i would love to know a little more details on how you did the light panel. Or even buy one if you are okay with that ;3

I'm not sure about the JBWeld lol, I just bought the kind with two tubes. One red and one black. And as for the sLight, check the link in my sig, it should help you out a bit!

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Fried the fan header on GPU1 trying to take the backplate off while the computer was still on. I know, I know, I should have turned the computer off first but I was rendering frown.gif I turned the computer off and proceeded to take the other backplate off. Thank god it was only the fan header and I didn't fry the card...

Going to get them chromed today.

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