Originally Posted by kgtuning
Excellent work! I love the copper piping.
Why thank you very much.
Originally Posted by Simplynicko
never thought of moving the I/O itself. working on a similar build.
Yup, it helped me tremendously. Build log?
Originally Posted by Lutfij
So you've assembled, primed and finished this build ? I wanna see pics - that is a really nice coppered build you've got there mate. I'd encourage you to do more of that on your future builds too
Assembled, yes. Finished, no. Long story short, school started and I can't go without a computer so this build is what I'm currently using as my computer for school. I'll explain my plan later in this post. I will most definitely use copper tubing in my future builds as well.
Originally Posted by Monkeybusiness
This thing is looking ******* great !! keep the good
Thanks for the words of encouragement!
I would like to update everyone on what has been going on and why I have yet to post final pics along with my MOTM nomination.
As far as the MOTM competition I was very honored to be a part of it but I did decline entry due to me not having finished the build and not having final pics. So I'm not sure why I was even still in the running. I hope that doesn't hurt my chances for entering again but either way, no big deal.
If you read my above post then you will notice that the build is not finished and I will attempt to convey my plan to remedy that. Basically I got it all put together to leak test and when I finally got it booted up school was starting up in less than a week. This is was of course my only computer and I would need it for school so I decided to put off finishing it so that I could do school work.
With that logic it seems that I won't ever finish it right? Wrong! This build not being finished eats at me every time I look at it. So I've decided to do another build. Bare with me here. It's not as daft as it sounds. I'm going to build an HTPC/LAN rig with my extra parts left over from this build. It won't be anything too special at the beginning, just enough to play some games and of course do my homework on. Then I can take my time and finish Master Mavis the way I want to finish her.
SHORT VERSION: Build not done. Starting new build. Once done. Then finish this build.
As always thanks for the support!