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Pardon my thread spam but AdamSki, have you thought about where to put your res? Just a suggestion but how about having a cylindrical res mounted on the back plate by the IO panel, just a thought.
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I love the way you actually try to reply to everyone!

Thank you. I always try my best to reply on everyone's post. smile.gif
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I'm serious about the redesign thing... my last build concept needed a sound card rolleyes.gif
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Pardon my thread spam but AdamSki, have you thought about where to put your res? Just a suggestion but how about having a cylindrical res mounted on the back plate by the IO panel, just a thought.

Here's the last update about my res, Here

I really want everything to be inside the case. Actually,everything is set already and I can't see any problem as of now. Thank you for that. thumb.gif
   
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Thank you. I always try my best to reply on everyone's post. smile.gif

Here's the last update about my res, Here

I really want everything to be inside the case. Actually,everything is set already and I can't see any problem as of now. Thank you for that. thumb.gif
Np, I can't beleive I forgot about that... ugh silly me rolleyes.gif
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Here's the last update about my res, Here

I really want everything to be inside the case. Actually,everything is set already and I can't see any problem as of now. Thank you for that. thumb.gif[/quote]

Are we going to be able to see the REZ once the back panel is on?
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What do you use to cut your sheet metal? Dremmel? Or something more accurate? Love the build and have some awesome ideas for what I want to do with a prodigy, I just need a few £k lol :/
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gratz on the nomination.
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Adam, how many dollars did you spent for it?
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Adam, how many dollars did you spent for it?

Why do you even ask ... that's none of our business
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Why do you even ask ... that's none of our business
Not my business, but I'm interested in. Have you problem with it?
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Why do you even ask ... that's none of our business
Not my business, but I'm interested in. Have you problem with it?

Yes. I do. I'd have no problem answering that question for my own build log, but it intrudes on his life. Idk. If he wanted to post costs he would. This build is about love, skill and talent, not how many grand he dropped on HDD waterblocks
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