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Great craftsmanship, I must say.
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Originally Posted by JohnyR View Post

That stain totally gives it a new look, I dig it. nice work biggrin.gif
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Febreze View Post

Great craftsmanship, I must say.
And thank you!

I couldn't take it any longer. Sitting here with new hardware growing old without knowing if it will work, that is. So I did a dirty hardware install...


Which led to this...


So all appears good thus far smile.gif And in case anyone is wondering, the Kuhler 620 fits the FM2 no problem. I actually emailed Antec before I bought the cooler and asked if it would fit or I would need a new adapter. They replied, "unfortunately it will not work." I've never had a problem making things fit things they weren't supposed to fit, so I ordered it anyways. Anyways, my suspicions were correct, FM2 is same mount as AM3. Very strange that they would deter me from purchasing their product though.

So anyways, that's pretty much it. I'll have some more pics when I get everything tightened up and finished. I still have to get the case feet made. May ask for some opinions on that when I make some prototypes up. I did some sleeving, but nothing all the pretty. Just covering the rainbows.
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Kingston HyperX Asus External H100 cpu, H50 gpu W7u 
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G510 OCZ 750 Antec Skeleton Performance MX 
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amd phenom II x4 830 Asus M5A78L-M LX Plus Corsair Cm3x2g1333c9 Western Digital WD1500HLFS 
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