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Wow, that's a big difference in the tubing. The new stuff carries light through so much better too.
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Wow, that's a big difference in the tubing. The new stuff carries light through so much better too.

i am amazed by how colorless it is.


the powder coat is finished just have to go pick up the parts tomorrow afternoon after school!!! the powder coat costed more then the case!
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i am amazed by how colorless it is.


the powder coat is finished just have to go pick up the parts tomorrow afternoon after school!!! the powder coat costed more then the case!

I'm so excited to see it! Have you settled on a name yet? A silly one I came up with is "The Spocker", cuz it has green blood.
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I'm so excited to see it! Have you settled on a name yet? A silly one I came up with is "The Spocker", cuz it has green blood.

Dude, "The Vulcan" or "Vulcan"
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Dude, "The Vulcan" or "Vulcan"

NZXT already has a case called the Vulcan

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Guys, my God, the Powdercoat is PERFECT!!!

it is the perfect color green.

















sleeving came in


and i flushed out the rads before i mounted them. should have taken more pictures.

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So this past weekend I started sleeving the PSU. All was going well up until I ran out of sleeving. Need 3 more wires on the 24pin, and both PCIe connectors. I made a custom Sata connector that needs to be sleeved, and I need to sleeve one of the molex connectors.

I also put in the tubing for the loop. Looks good. Did 6 hour leak test with DI water all went well. Drained the loop I will post some pics of the drain later when I do pics of filling with mayhems.

Also mounted the drives, and needless to say the mother board.

So all I need to do is:
finish sleeving.
Work out the fan control
Refill the loop with mayhems pastel

I also found out that there is a very specific order in which I will have to put it together. So filling the loop will be the very last thing I do.
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sleeving finally came in. i think i will finish by this weekend if i am not consumed by homework
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