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post #41 of 109
daym man .. this is just F&^&^* excellent .. i love the level of detail you put in to this build thumb.gifthumb.gif
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post #42 of 109
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Thanks everyone..thumbsupsmiley.png
just been hesitating on painting my power supply
(at least the other half of it) because of one little part. this one part is
forcing me to keep all the electronics attached to the other shell/out casing.
so I have to prime / airbrush and clear coat with all the electronics on.
not really what I had in mind because I get one bit of that pearl paint on there
and there goes my 1200w psu. no fun lol.
so I sprayed last night and clear coat (light-only one coat)
just painting the fan and grill for the psu now and going to put together later
tonight and pray it works..so far looks good..no sign of paint that got in.
once the psu is in the case the rest will really come together nicely
i'll update later tonight with pic of the psu and attempt to shove that
sucker in with cables running under neath (hopefully).
post #43 of 109
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was going to post last night but damn Game of Thrones lol
watched then fell asleep.
so successfully painted my psu..tested it and all is good.
was going to pull out my angle grinder and make some holes
for it on the bottom of my case but getting late now..tomorrow.
anyways still waiting on my bonus so I can get a titan. block should get
here tomorrow.
post #44 of 109
Thread Starter 
Got my Titan block today.
time to take it apart now ..lol thumb.gif
prime and paint today or tomorrow.
(now if my bonus will ever come in so
I can finally get the card to my block and finish this thing lol.)


Edited by LuckyNumber13 - 4/10/13 at 6:31pm
post #45 of 109
Thread Starter 
took a lot of sealing up but painted my Titan block
clear coat and put together again tonight.

post #46 of 109

You should submit some of your pics for this painted hardware club to show people what it can look like when done right and good.

post #47 of 109
Thanks for sharing the paint info! If only I had your skills. Can't wait to see this completed.
post #48 of 109
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sadeter View Post

You should submit some of your pics for this painted hardware club to show people what it can look like when done right and good.

thanx. after i'm done with this build i'm thinking of re-visiting my first build (previous) and
painting everything in it.wanted to the first time around but didn't have all the supplies then.

Quote:
Originally Posted by camborambo View Post

Thanks for sharing the paint info! If only I had your skills. Can't wait to see this completed.

thumb.gif no probs . and I can't wait until it's complete also lol..
I feel this build is taking me way to long. but it's giving me more time
to fill in those small details. so it's give and take i guess ..
post #49 of 109
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put together my titan block again.
unfortunately my psu wiring didn't work out
just as I wanted to so I have to take my jigsaw to the bottom
of my case tonight or tomorrow.
but my gpu block turned out nice.


post #50 of 109
Love the color scheme! Subbed!
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