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Had a spare min so I decided to Put red vynal on the PSU cover I painted black last night! Looking good, Im gonna trim out my FATAL logo on bot sides!






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Well actually I have it setup where Corsair link will work all the RGB LEDs but for some reason Its not working?! However the Corsair link modules have manual control buttons on them as well. So I plan to mount al the buttons beshind the front pannel door for quick and easy control! Along with the switches for the pump and the ones for the UV Cathodes! biggrin.gif

Gotcha, never used the Corsair link so I didn't know what you were using it for XD I've always done switches and knew that you can buy automated relays. I hate to hear that they aren't doing what they are supposed to, but the best things in life are seldom simple! What type of switches are you using? Rocker or military or something else?
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Gotcha, never used the Corsair link so I didn't know what you were using it for XD I've always done switches and knew that you can buy automated relays. I hate to hear that they aren't doing what they are supposed to, but the best things in life are seldom simple! What type of switches are you using? Rocker or military or something else?

Yea there are some hickups with it and im actually having problems but the updated firmware is supposed to fix it hopefully..... thumb.gif And for now im doing simple rectangle rocker switches mainly because I have plenty plus it fits well in the front brackets, the leds however have soft touch buttons for on off mode etc on the RGB LEDs control module. I usually use sexy military led lit ones!
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Man i need some of those led.. where did you pick them up from? Also build is look solid so far
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Man i need some of those led.. where did you pick them up from? Also build is look solid so far

I actually got the Corsair link kid online on ebay for a good deal, and I got the long RGB strips here in korea for less than $5, all you have to do is wire them together becuase the corsair kit will drive them as well, the wires are +(POS) and one for G(Green) R(Red) and B(Blue) you just have to match to combination becuause they were wired in a differant sequence, if plugged strait up the ble adn green were crossed! thumb.gif Im sure you can pick these up online for a fair price!
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get an hd6990 and one of ya 6970s and u be doing ya 3fire hehe

Yea I thought of that originally, it is a slight decrease in performance though, but im sure I could sell afew of my 6970's and go that route. Good idea thumb.gif I pretty much forgot about that! doh.gif Thanks alot! biggrin.gif
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6990 = dual 6950's btw...
Maybe you can ditch the 6970s altogether and grab dual 7870 XT/LE cards. (tahiti le core, almost the same as a 7950 once oced, maybe beats it)
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6990 = dual 6950's btw...
Maybe you can ditch the 6970s altogether and grab dual 7870 XT/LE cards. (tahiti le core, almost the same as a 7950 once oced, maybe beats it)

Yea but whats the price range on those? I still need at least two of them bc im doing eyefadelity 6
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All done and looking good. Some paint came off though. Not sure if im gonna repaint in the place bc it looks kina cool smile.gif
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