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Subbed. Love a good Bitfenix Prodigy build thumb.gif
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do you mean the lga1150 socket

from what i am reading in the intel roadmap for 2013 they say that they are gonna release Ivy bridge - E prolly on September 2013, also a new chipset x99 ? is on they way. I am waiting to see all the cards to revealed on the table and then i am gonna make my decisions smile.gif
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Subbed. Love a good Bitfenix Prodigy build thumb.gif

Thanks.

There is a big chance that tommorw ill order I7 4770k, asus maximus VI hero and gainward gtx 770, also i need to find a psu smile.gif
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Some Update photos

I just installed White Led lighting, i bought the brightest one i could find (14.4w) i think the overall result is very nice


and here is the switch to switch on/off the lights
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Do you think that this gonna work or i am gonna end up frying my HDDS?
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Do you think that this gonna work or i am gonna end up frying my HDDS?

I see no reason why you should fry the HDDs, but that might restrict the airflow a little much for the fans' liking.
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Now THIS is modding!
I see no reason why you should fry the HDDs, but that might restrict the airflow a little much for the fans' liking.

tbh i thought that the air is gonna heat up from the radiator grills since its cooling the water, but now i have a more serious problem. I need to find where ill mount the MCP655 pump becaue the place i had in mind is very tight
post #48 of 236
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UPDATE UPDATE

The past 2 days i was testing various acryling polishing techniques. I ended up that the best and easiest to use is a standart toothpaste mixed with some water and a fine piece of cloth

I used an old Acrylic window from an old mod which was pretty beaten up , but i think i manage to achieve a glossy finish, ill keep polishing with gradually thinner toothpaste vs water ratio



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First Attempt of the bottom plexi panel.





ill do more tweaking and adjusting in the next days because its very tricky to fit exactly. I also decided that ill switch the motherboard back plate with an acrylic one and ill add a cutaway behind the cpu for easy cooling swap.
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just finished cutting the Bitfenix logo in the sidepanel ! At the moment i am searching a decent mesh to work with !
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