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Gonna work on the rest of the drawings after I finish homework tongue.gif

Do not need cd rom drive.. i do not use one.. if i need it ill plug it in.. then un plug it again lol no reason to use those ugly things.

Lambo door eh?
Do double lambo doors! thumb.gif
    
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Oh don't worry I troll them, and more so, most of them have no idea what they're on about thumb.gif

@val - that design is looking cool bro!
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Gonna work on the rest of the drawings after I finish homework tongue.gif

...looks cool ! smile.gif So you have the mobo tray running at a 45 degree angle, rising towards the back ? If so, you could put PSU and fans underneath the 'high end'
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Do not need cd rom drive.. i do not use one.. if i need it ill plug it in.. then un plug it again lol no reason to use those ugly things.

Lambo door eh?
Do double lambo doors! thumb.gif

My first design had that implied but the Rad layout would have been messy and not very good this way I can have everything hidden and see just the tubing and everything I want to see tongue.gif
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...looks cool ! smile.gif So you have the mobo tray running at a 45 degree angle, rising towards the back ? If so, you could put PSU and fans underneath the 'high end'

Thats the plan lol dual PSU's and hide all the cabling and make it come through nice and cleanly
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What type of wood? You gonna paint it or stain it?

You're a cool dude Val but those drawing skills are kind of busted tongue.gif
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What type of wood? You gonna paint it or stain it?

You're a cool dude Val but those drawing skills are kind of busted tongue.gif

Shut up I haven't drawn in around 8 years feels good to get back into it lol, I used to be a huge art nut (more of just making things not going super crazy art man wise)

I'm really not sure on wood yet I'd like a dark wood like redwood or maybe stained oak, really not sure though.,... tiger wood would be sooooo epic tongue.gif

any recommendations?
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade/470#post_19702074

Hammer+Clamp smile.gif
Interesting journey along the way of completing the process

After all said and done, CLU on inside die, PK3 on outside, watercooled

4.5Ghz 1.34v was at high 70's some cores 80's max stress test.
Now I can't break 60C on any core on any stress test biggrin.gif
  
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade/470#post_19702074

Hammer+Clamp smile.gif
Interesting journey along the way of completing the process

After all said and done, CLU on inside die, PK3 on outside, watercooled

4.5Ghz 1.34v was at high 70's some cores 80's max stress test.
Now I can't break 60C on any core on any stress test biggrin.gif

Congrats ! thumb.gif How long did the hammer and clamp take you...how many 'hits' ? I have a razor-delidded 3770K but may get another 'K' I would delid in a few months, once more is known about Haswell (or perhaps we can even delid Haswells ?)
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Thanks. Helpful info.
I have never actually hurt anything with a static discharge, but I have gotten shocked touching metal right before I was about to grab on of my components. How worried, in real life, do we have to be about hurting our home built pcs with static?

Well, it's a really interesting question. I use all my ESD gear when working on other peoples gear, but it when it comes to my own I just go bare feet and keep brushing the (a) chassis. I don't _think_ I've ever damaged anything. Having said that, ESD damage is so insidious it can take years to surface, so I don't really know.

My gut feeling says as long as you don't do your pc work on rayon shag pile carpet while wearing a polyester leisure suit you'll probably be ok.

I wasn't trying to be a prick, I just wanted to try and correct the perception that rubber gloves protected against static. I can get a bit passionate about things sometimes and I apologies if I came across as rude.
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Gonna work on the rest of the drawings after I finish homework tongue.gif

It kinda reminds me of what I built (in) one night:



You're ahead of me though, you have a drawing and I was freestyling it smile.gif
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