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Awesome! Can't wait to see it all.

Stay tuned man. I know that on the inside the colors aren't balaned yet, but once I get my red LED, my black, white, and red sleeved cables, red tubing, and all of the black radiators it is going to be a nice balance between all three colors. That is why I wanted a white case to start with. It is like an empty slate and makes all of the components inside stand out. Thanks for your interest.
post #132 of 313
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Here is another quick picture for you guys. I really like this one!


Its like your about to crash into the death star in your tie fighter
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/19/13 at 12:43pm
post #133 of 313
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I decided to add spoilers to the first post because it is getting way too long with all of the pictures and updates so now it will be much easier for you guys to located the pictures you want to see quickly thumb.gif
post #134 of 313
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Oh yea, so I decided that I'm going to start doing unboxing and review videos of all the products I get from now on to help people out and give you guys an idea of how good they are. I will be reviewing these first:

Enermax 1500w Maxrevo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817194106
Phobya TPC 4x Fan- or Pump-Controller
http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p15449_Phobya-TPC-4x-Fan--or-Pump-Controller-30Watt-each-Channel---Single-Bay-5-25-.html
Phobya temperature sensor in / outer thread G1/4
http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p7367_Phobya-temperature-sensor-in---outer-thread-G1-4.html
Alphacool Plexi G1/4" Lighting Module - Red
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_239_1088&products_id=20559&zenid=935615326f13d84b0442a3752242e409
Koolance Dual Ultra Bright LED Cable - 3mm, 4-pin - Red
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=72_107_837&products_id=26251&zenid=935615326f13d84b0442a3752242e409

I will embed the video's on here after I upload them onto youtube.
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/18/13 at 11:53am
post #135 of 313
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So I'm seriously thinking about using some acrylic tubing in the build. Anyone know if I can buy some at home depot or another hardware store?

EDIT: A question better asked in the Acrylic bending tutorial thread
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/18/13 at 9:54pm
post #136 of 313
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So I'm seriously thinking about using some acrylic tubing in the build. Anyone know if I can buy some at home depot or another hardware store?

EDIT: A question better asked in the Acrylic bending tutorial thread
Definitely a question asked for the acrylic thread.
Although a quick google search did not reveal any major hardware stores having it available. Mostly online stores.
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I have also decided that I will be using some Perspex plastic to make a midplate for the case. I love how they look.
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I have also decided that I will be using some Perspex plastic to make a midplate for the case. I love how they look.
What exactly is a midplate?
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What exactly is a midplate?

It basicallly goes above the power supply and across the case to divide the case into two parts. It let's you have two seperate areas of airflow in the case. It also looks awesome. Going to use some shiny white plastic and cut it to size. Going to cut out some whole to screw fittings into the midplate. Then you will see the acrylic tubing coming out of a fitting that is attached to the midplate.
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It basicallly goes above the power supply and across the case to divide the case into two parts. It let's you have two seperate areas of airflow in the case. It also looks awesome. Going to use some shiny white plastic and cut it to size. Going to cut out some whole to screw fittings into the midplate. Then you will see the acrylic tubing coming out of a fitting that is attached to the midplate.
Oh nice! Yea that sounds exciting! Since when is everybody on here Bob Villa except me? Lol.
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