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post #21 of 142
awesome craftsmanship, can't wait to see how this turns out
post #22 of 142
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awesome craftsmanship, can't wait to see how this turns out

Wauw, 'craftsmanship'? Thanks! biggrin.gif I have to say, I had never touched a dremel or a jigsaw or anything before this build tongue.gif
post #23 of 142
Everything's looking amazing! biggrin.gif Very much subbed for this.
post #24 of 142
subbed, looks awesome so far smile.gif
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Everything's looking amazing! biggrin.gif Very much subbed for this.
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subbed, looks awesome so far smile.gif

Thank you thank you guys tongue.gif
post #26 of 142
I have a modded 600t with a 360 in front instead of a 240. Good jump m8 thumb.gif
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post #27 of 142
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I have a modded 600t with a 360 in front instead of a 240. Good jump m8 thumb.gif

Nice tongue.gif 240mm in front and 360 up top will do for me ^^
post #28 of 142
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It's a box tongue.gif



And inside the box...

Clear plexi! ^^ I ordered two sheets of 3mm thick, but somewhere something went a bit wrong I guess. Not that I mind, I can still use some thicker plexi very well.



White XSPC tubing! 7/16 5/8



Cooling thingies for the graphics card.



Bitspower Q-adapter (rotary) to make a drainpoint after the pump.



And some U-channel for the window.



There were also some leds and extensions.
So I started sleeving the 'heatshrinkless' way biggrin.gif
It's not easy to get it right at the start. But in the end you get this 'feel' for it ^^

Sleeve goes up to here somewhere. In between the pins and the cable.



A piece of heatshrink at the edge:



Burn the edge with the heatshrink on. Cut heatshrink off and there you go:



Thanks to Luto0 for his amazing guides on sleeving! ^^
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Deliciousness:

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8pin cpu done:

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