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Haha well I did make my mind and now I'm very happy. It looks siiiiiiick!


Looks AWESOME!!
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Looks AWESOME!!

Thanks man I really like it too thumb.gif
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Alright so the next part that is going into my build is the Phobya TPC 30W - 4 Channel 5.25" Bay Fan or Pump Controller

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19783/bus-349/Phobya_TPC_30W_-_4_Channel_525_Bay_Fan_or_Pump_Controller_70222.html?tl=g34c17s286

Can't wait to get it! This thing looks so bad a55!!!
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Alright so the next part that is going into my build is the Phobya TPC 30W - 4 Channel 5.25" Bay Fan or Pump Controller

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19783/bus-349/Phobya_TPC_30W_-_4_Channel_525_Bay_Fan_or_Pump_Controller_70222.html?tl=g34c17s286

Can't wait to get it! This thing looks so bad a55!!!

Nice look! we need moar pics!!! thumb.gif
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Oh there will be more pictures. No doubt about that. Soon I'm going to make my GF let me borrow her amazing Nikon 1 J3 for some amazingly HQ pictures. I've been planting and watering the seed in her brain, but she just doesn't want to allow me to use it for some "so stupid". Ahh woman. Gotta love em though.
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/14/13 at 8:30am
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So my loop is pretty much completely bled, almost every micro bubble is gone, and I've painted everything that I can. I think this the part where I start to go crazy waiting for my cables to get back. It might be another week or two. I have absolutely no idea how long it will be. See you guys on the dark side of the moon!
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Alight guys, so I couldn't stand sitting around staring at my computer and not being able to use it so I started another project. I'm painting the side panel that covers back of the case. It's going to be really hard to accomplish this, but if done right it will look awesome. I am painting the bottom bubble black and the top one red. The red is going to be the border around the entire bubble of the panel.



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