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Read the whole thread. Liked how you incorporated the PSU in the back with the radiator. My question is ventilating the MB. You almost split the case in halve, and all ventilation on one side. I see your creating a new left panel, but from your new MB holder you don't have a spot for fan controller or optical drive(one or the other). Still ventilation is stagnate on the board. can you do dual 60's or more on the front and/or back to cycle air flow over the board without side vents. That way it help your ram.
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that rad just made me vomit rainbows and choke on saying awesome
that is one of the sickest color coordinated rads i have ever seen but i think its only cause reds my favorite color
biggrin.gif Thank you. I love red too!
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Subbed, Looking great so far, love the color scheme.
Thank you. biggrin.gif
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Awesome! It's looking even better than I would have imagined biggrin.gif
Ram sinks, hmmm get some aluminum sheets, they are cheap...I guess you can figure out how to cut those in shape and paint them right? tongue.gif
You'll need to buy some thermal pads to stick those to the ram chips and presto.
Oh wow. I think it is not that hard to make one. I should give it a try after this project. thumb.gif
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awesomeness is overflowing! biggrin.gif
And my thank you's overflowing too to those who subd! biggrin.gif
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Read the whole thread. Liked how you incorporated the PSU in the back with the radiator. My question is ventilating the MB. You almost split the case in halve, and all ventilation on one side. I see your creating a new left panel, but from your new MB holder you don't have a spot for fan controller or optical drive(one or the other). Still ventilation is stagnate on the board. can you do dual 60's or more on the front and/or back to cycle air flow over the board without side vents. That way it help your ram.
Hey! Thank you for checking 38 pages. lol. second RAD will now go in front of the case which will act as the intake for mobo side as well. I explained that Here Yes, I will be redoing side panel. Soon! smile.gif For fan controller, watch out for that. tongue.gif Thank you for these questions. It will be all answered soon. Like what I always says, front will be the the most complicated mod, but so far the most interesting part of this mod right now in my mind. thumb.gif

Edit : I noticed this is your first post! Wow, I am glad that I got you to make an account and to post on my thread! Thanks!
   
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Hey Adam, I got a Nidec Beta-V and I was thinking you could make the whole case a big negative pressure thing with one of those beast fans at 20% of their speed. It's amazing the amount of air and the pressure they generate. biggrin.gif
Just sayin', but you already got the sp fans which are pretty good actually. But they don't move 220cfm at full speed! xD
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Absolute WOW. I have recently built into one of these and am well impressed with it from factory but this just looks stunning. Very reserved yet clearly unique. Have been wondering since building how easy it would be to fit a micro atx mobo in lieu of the mini itx. Only problem now is, this case is portable and if i owned what you are building i would not let it leave my desk!!!
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Absolute WOW. I have recently built into one of these and am well impressed with it from factory but this just looks stunning. Very reserved yet clearly unique. Have been wondering since building how easy it would be to fit a micro atx mobo in lieu of the mini itx. Only problem now is, this case is portable and if i owned what you are building i would not let it leave my desk!!!

It's relatively easy ... depends how comfortable you are with modding. But yeah, it's been done.
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Absolute WOW. I have recently built into one of these and am well impressed with it from factory but this just looks stunning. Very reserved yet clearly unique. Have been wondering since building how easy it would be to fit a micro atx mobo in lieu of the mini itx. Only problem now is, this case is portable and if i owned what you are building i would not let it leave my desk!!!

Hey Thank you so much for checking my log and first off, welcome to OCN! smile.gif Modding is pretty easy especially when you're enjoying it. Like what I said before, perfect measurement was the hardest part of this mod. You have to line up everything perfectly. One reason why I went from full tower to this is because of my small desk and this case is perfect for it! smile.gif Stay tuned, there are more updates coming!.
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It's relatively easy ... depends how comfortable you are with modding. But yeah, it's been done.

Thank you dmanstasiu!


Got no updates right now. I've been sick for a week now, I can't mod. frown.gif Tho, I am not wasting time. I've been brainstorming new design for left side panel and I actually already finished the one for right side panel. Earlier, I finally had the chance to transfer my hardware on my DD case. It looks great!. Also, sometime this next week, I'll be deliding my 3570k. I also ordered few more stuffs for this build. Mayhems Pastel Coolant, tubing, and etc. There should be a big update within a week or two. smile.gif
   
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While skimming through this I thought to my self 'I swear he started with a prodidgy..'

Amazing build though, I'm subbing!
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Spectacular Build, I'm a huge lurker so if it says anything, my first ever post will be to compliment this! thumb.gif
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UPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPDDDDDDDDDDAAAAAATESSS!! biggrin.gif

I finished the cut out for the front today. Currently prepping it for painting. All I need is the mount plate for it which I will be doing on Monday once the material arrives! It looks great! I can't really wait to start my mod for the front. smile.gif Also, the side panels designs are done! I'll start redoing left panel after painting the front plate. After left panel, i'll continue with right side panel then to the front of the case. Last night, I transferred my gaming rig hardware from LBA to DD case, but I took my 3570k and GTX 680 out. So it has 2500k and 7770 now running on corsair H80. I also delided my 3570k this morning. Hoping to get 5Ghz from this CPU!! biggrin.gif











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While skimming through this I thought to my self 'I swear he started with a prodigy..'
Amazing build though, I'm subbing!

biggrin.gif haha.. I started with Prodigy and will end up with Prodigious.. Thank you! thumb.gif

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Spectacular Build, I'm a huge lurker so if it says anything, my first ever post will be to compliment this! thumb.gif

Wow. There's few people here who created an account just to post on my thread. Thank you guys! I appreciate it! smile.gif
   
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