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post #321 of 390
Looks good! biggrin.gif

I like the custom blockage and paint job.
post #322 of 390
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A few touch ups and some clear coat and it will be good to go!



post #323 of 390
Looks great thumb.gif Will you clear the output on the cpu block? Use an angled extension/adapter maybe?
post #324 of 390
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Looks great thumb.gif Will you clear the output on the cpu block? Use an angled extension/adapter maybe?

I'm going to screw in barbs with tape on them when I apply the clear coat so that I don't get paint in the block. I still have to mod
the BRM blocks and do the same.....

Edit...

Wait I get what your saying lol. And yea it clears I already checked and I'm gonna use a angle or strait extension...
post #325 of 390
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Got some goodies today!!! biggrin.gif






















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I like your pink camera tongue.gif
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post #327 of 390
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I like your pink camera tongue.gif

LMAO I used to use a sony bloggie touch for my builds, then I bought a newer rugged version of the Sony Bloggie and the damn thing broke in like two months on my last build lol. So now Im using my wifes camera lol, but dont worry I use my Sony a55 DSLR when I really want to make an impression lol..... biggrin.gif
post #328 of 390
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Got the NZXT Controller apart and ready for install, and I put the EK Block on one of the cards and I dont like how flemsey it is.... So im gonna do something a little different. I have done this mod before! It will look great when Im done and it should keep the VRM and VRAM Cool enough.... rolleyes.gif























post #329 of 390
There's a been a few guys who have modded the stock gpu shroud to incorporate the uni block. I looks very clean if done right and you keep the fan for the vram and vrrm.
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There's a been a few guys who have modded the stock gpu shroud to incorporate the uni block. I looks very clean if done right and you keep the fan for the vram and vrrm.

Im gonna paint it so it will get a little hotter and im not using a fan so I will bench it after installing, if they get too hot I will install an Strait vrm block to the existing cover to cool it, overall I think it will match my industrial military theme very well..... And I don't need a back plate! So I can just install the VRAM Heatsinks like I like to do! biggrin.gif
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