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post #51 of 98
This looks great! The green is brilliant!
Can't wait to see the sleeving. thumb.gif
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post #52 of 98
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so guys i believe it is finished. and know that its done i feel like "meh", kind of like when you order something online and then you get the tracking number so you are constantly tracking it. and the more you check it the more anxious you get. but then when it finally arrives, there is that brief moment of joy and your all lit up inside, for like 5 minutes, and then it becomes "i have it now, now what?"

i don't know maybe it is only me.

here are some pics
a lot of them.

i will edit first post to show the finished product










































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post #53 of 98
No words...drool.gif
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Nice build! Did you think about painting the fan trim rings the same green? That would look sweet too thumb.gif
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post #55 of 98
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Nice build! Did you think about painting the fan trim rings the same green? That would look sweet too thumb.gif

i did but when i installed them i thought it gave it a nice contrast. and it wasn't paint i got it powder coated. i think it would have been a pain to find a rattle can to match the green of the case
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post #56 of 98
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so guys i believe it is finished. and know that its done i feel like "meh", kind of like when you order something online and then you get the tracking number so you are constantly tracking it. and the more you check it the more anxious you get. but then when it finally arrives, there is that brief moment of joy and your all lit up inside, for like 5 minutes, and then it becomes "i have it now, now what?"

i don't know maybe it is only me.

Welcome to Overclock.net wink.gif Time for a new build!

I've followed this build from the beginning and I'll admit I had my doubts with this build. Being a newbie around here you really blew me away this build looks fantastic. I think you should enter the Mod of the Month contest myself smile.gif
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Welcome to Overclock.net wink.gif Time for a new build!

I've followed this build from the beginning and I'll admit I had my doubts with this build. Being a newbie around here you really blew me away this build looks fantastic. I think you should enter the Mod of the Month contest myself smile.gif

need some funding for another build!!! but don't we all!!

it just says newbie, i've been around building PC's since 2007 non to this extent though. i have also been around metal working and fabrication since i was a child (fathers in the construction biz, he's showed me quite a few things). this is my first time however water-cooling and sleeving. just right into those ponds, but not before i learned how to swim from a book if you know what i mean!

unfortunately there is a rule to enter mod of the month that says you cant have a build log posted in another forum and unfortunately i do.
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post #58 of 98
amazing, got so much inspiration for my next build( although I promise I won't steak anything tongue.gif)
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post #59 of 98
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amazing, got so much inspiration for my next build( although I promise I won't steak anything tongue.gif)

unless you know where i live i don't think you can thumb.gif
(but remember kids, plagiarism is bad)
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post #60 of 98
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small finishing touch that was necessary







i had managed to burn something on PCB for the fan control and light control when i was testing 8 corsair SP 120's so i cut all the cable for that long ago...

so i cut out the part of the PCB that didn't interfere with the audio jacks and USB ports and placed some green LED strips in there. pretty simple.
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