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I dont know why but those coolers looks great and asnwering your question i woul prefer to see all the progress.Subbed
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Are you goong to use the dcp2.2 and a d5 pump in the same loop?
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Subbed. Awesome build. Keep it up!
And like NightAngel said, seeing all the details is great!

Also love how you painted your mobo... Might do that someday to my CVFZ... smile.gif
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I dont know why but those coolers looks great and asnwering your question i woul prefer to see all the progress.Subbed

Thank you, and awesome! Ill make sure to take more photos
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Are you goong to use the dcp2.2 and a d5 pump in the same loop?

Nope, the d5 is going to the quad rad and graphics, the other is triple rad on CPU

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Subbed. Awesome build. Keep it up!
And like NightAngel said, seeing all the details is great!

Also love how you painted your mobo... Might do that someday to my CVFZ... smile.gif

Thanks man! I was worried about doing it but I asked around to a lot of people that did it as well and they assured me that it shouldn't be a problem
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UPDATE

Finally got back from work and went right back to work....on the rig!

Got some new goodies!














Using the templates i made before, i traced them onto the new pexiglass.



Now to cut





And Sand



Can any one guess what i did wrong? SMH:mad:

No worries, i have a Doctorate in making do!

Test fit






Mirror panel on the bottom? hmmm biggrin.gif



It still has the protective film over it, hence why it looks dirty



Unfortuanely its almost impossible to score and snap off a 3/4" strip 23" long with out it breaking in two, so i have to order some more.

Until next time
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Damn you man, I wish I could afford an awesome new PC. SUBBED BECAUSE IT LOOKS AWESOME!!
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Damn you man, I wish I could afford an awesome new PC. SUBBED BECAUSE IT LOOKS AWESOME!!

save save save!

Small Update

While waiting for my acrylic cement to arrive, i sleeved the front panel and the ek res





I used the lamptron tool to get the fan pins out, terrible for ATX pins but awesome for Molex and Fan pins



before sleeve



after sleeve



I used MDPC sleeve, i've used many others before and i finally sprung and bought some. It really is the best out there. it may not be the tightest non-see through weave but if you're serious about sleeving you'll making your own cables anyways, or at least tape up the ones you've got

oh and its thE best heatshrink i've ever used.

thats it until the solvant comes in. i may mount GPU blocks in the mean time

until next time!
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subbed for sure
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Thanks! i promise itll turn out awesome!...i hope haha

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Thanks!
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