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What do you think of my progress for the day??? I know not a lot but I got some testing done with the Arctic Cooling 140mm fans on a 140 rad. I f you want to know the results let me know!!!




2 of my PSU suppotrts!!



A better Picture of my 2 of my PSU suppotrts!!



Back of case with all cover for PSU's removed!!



One PSU Support Installed..



PSU Supports with decoupling material.



PSU Supports with decoupling material, I probable put in wrong place.



Need some help here is this the way the PSU support is suppose to be??



{Power supply Installed!!!



{Power supply Installed!!! from the back!!

Tell me the truth has my pictures gotten better or did I waste the money on new camera, photo lights, light box and editing the pictures???

also is the support installed correctly???
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Between What Bart told me to buy and try and this that is a perfect drink. Taste like maple syrup and so nice with coke I am 3 sheets in the wind and going to bed going to Mississippi to visit with my Mom, Dad, Oldest daughter for the weekend and will not be back till Monday night. so no updates till then..



This is the best drink I have ever had taste like maple syrup and is wonderful with coke.



Bart Told me to buy this and it is also very nice and now my wife is mad at me and Bart!!
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subbed.. nice..
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As far as the SSD's are concerned I would probably just leave them as-is. Aesthetics are nice and in something billed as "Excessive Insanity" you are definitely going to be leaning toward the "I customized every part of this build in some way or another" side of things. However, with something like memory, drives, etc. (especially when we're talking about multiples of each) there is a somewhat decent chance of some component or another either being DOA or experiencing 'crib-death' (which thankfully is only a minor headache in computers not a horrible tragedy like with humans).

At the very least - since they will be somewhat easily removed, wrapped, replaced - after the build is complete... I say leave them for at least the first month of operation. If everything is still running smoothly at that point in time... then make the determination of how much the contrast bugs you (if at all) and take the appropriate steps at that time. biggrin.gif

I realize that this is pretty much a cost-is-no-object build... but that doesn't mean that you would want to simply throw away components that could otherwise be RMA'd for free replacement during their warranty periods.
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No everything will not be white just most of it. Fittings will be black, tubing will be white. The only reason I even thought of this was looking at thrashers build and I did not like the black upside down SSD against the white case. But you might be right need to wait and see what works for me!!!


Yeah, I think I'll see the real deal get fleshed out here soon!
Glad to see the progress!

Thanks - T
post #817 of 4498
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yes drunk put finally some progress!!! forum police will get this one I know...
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could some one look at the pictures of the PSU holder and tell me if it is correct??? and also SSD black or white???
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As far as the SSD's are concerned I would probably just leave them as-is. Aesthetics are nice and in something billed as "Excessive Insanity" you are definitely going to be leaning toward the "I customized every part of this build in some way or another" side of things. However, with something like memory, drives, etc. (especially when we're talking about multiples of each) there is a somewhat decent chance of some component or another either being DOA or experiencing 'crib-death' (which thankfully is only a minor headache in computers not a horrible tragedy like with humans).

At the very least - since they will be somewhat easily removed, wrapped, replaced - after the build is complete... I say leave them for at least the first month of operation. If everything is still running smoothly at that point in time... then make the determination of how much the contrast bugs you (if at all) and take the appropriate steps at that time. biggrin.gif

I realize that this is pretty much a cost-is-no-object build... but that doesn't mean that you would want to simply throw away components that could otherwise be RMA'd for free replacement during their warranty periods.

Good call on that one. Aside from aesthetics, you gotta keep that in mind too.
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

As far as the SSD's are concerned I would probably just leave them as-is. Aesthetics are nice and in something billed as "Excessive Insanity" you are definitely going to be leaning toward the "I customized every part of this build in some way or another" side of things. However, with something like memory, drives, etc. (especially when we're talking about multiples of each) there is a somewhat decent chance of some component or another either being DOA or experiencing 'crib-death' (which thankfully is only a minor headache in computers not a horrible tragedy like with humans).

At the very least - since they will be somewhat easily removed, wrapped, replaced - after the build is complete... I say leave them for at least the first month of operation. If everything is still running smoothly at that point in time... then make the determination of how much the contrast bugs you (if at all) and take the appropriate steps at that time. biggrin.gif

I realize that this is pretty much a cost-is-no-object build... but that doesn't mean that you would want to simply throw away components that could otherwise be RMA'd for free replacement during their warranty periods.
With vinyl wrap you just peel it off and it is RMA ready. Nothing was voided with my mod.
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could some one look at the pictures of the PSU holder and tell me if it is correct??? and also SSD black or white???
Try swapping the direction of your PSU holders. It needs to sit flush. SSD should be sleeve colored or left alone. Once again vinyl won't void them.
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