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I was wondering what tubes you would get, looks like you got clear from the pictures. Those fittings do indeed look amazing. Are you going to do colored liquid?
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I was wondering what tubes you would get, looks like you got clear from the pictures. Those fittings do indeed look amazing. Are you going to do colored liquid?

Yes I chose the Clear one since I will use Mayhems X1 UV Emerald Green coolant...so yes for your second question biggrin.gif
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Well It had to happen sozo.gifsozo.gifsozo.gif

The PSU i'm currently using and obviously the one that is suppose to be transfered in this build is a f*****g pain in the butt in terms of sleeving....tons of double crimped wires.

I never realize that since I was using extensions in the current rig.

Now I have to decide if I go and buy a new one, use extensions or I don't know....

This is kinda frustrate me right now I have to say.

Feel free to let me know what you think guys. sad-smiley-002.gif
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Well It had to happen sozo.gifsozo.gifsozo.gif

The PSU i'm currently using and obviously the one that is suppose to be transfered in this build is a f*****g pain in the butt in terms of sleeving....tons of double crimped wires.

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Now I have to decide if I go and buy a new one, use extensions or I don't know....

This is kinda frustrate me right now I have to say.

Feel free to let me know what you think guys. sad-smiley-002.gif

Considering how big that case is, I would just sleeve some extensions.
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I just watched a video by Lutro0 showing a double wire guide. Instead of double crimping he solder the wires at some point where it will be hidden and also show the sleeving method with this type of wire. That could be a possibility...
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I just watched a video by Lutro0 showing a double wire guide. Instead of double crimping he solder the wires at some point where it will be hidden and also show the sleeving method with this type of wire. That could be a possibility...

I actually had Lutro do just that to two of my PCI-E cables.
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Hello everyone!

A very little update since I did very little on the build today.

I installed the green LED power and reset switches which I have no pictures since it's pretty straight forward biggrin.gif

After that I receive a small order from Dazmode to be able to complete the connection of the 2 bottom rads and also installing the drain plug.

You will see in the pictures that I didn't bind any acrylic there not because I was too lazy but for practical reasons. The bottom port on the RX360 will be squeezed in a bunch of wires from the PSU so I wanted this part to be more solid for security reasons. The bottom port on the RX480 must hold the drain plug so I can't bend all the way through the radiator. But at least there's a straight piece of acrylic and 2 sweet Ghost fittings in there. thumb.gif

Here are the pictures of the completed job...










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You made it on Case Labs Facebook today, good job! I guess they like your case as much as I do biggrin.gif

I like the fact that you actually take the time to change the color of your power switch to match your builds, after all it's the small things right? I'd love to see Case Labs offer different color options in the future, the fact that your limited to blue has always puzzled me. What brand did you end up with this time?
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You made it on Case Labs Facebook today, good job! I guess they like your case as much as I do biggrin.gif

I like the fact that you actually take the time to change the color of your power switch to match your builds, after all it's the small things right? I'd love to see Case Labs offer different color options in the future, the fact that your limited to blue has always puzzled me. What brand did you end up with this time?

I know! I was very surprised but very proud too!! smile.gif

I like to match my things so it was official that I would change them biggrin.gif

The power switch is a Lamptron and the reset switch is a Mod/smart
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