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Going to have a look. However found a thread on this very forum about removing the green from a titan and it worked. You can scrape the paint off with a razor etc to leave white rubber. Just have to be careful. It could be all the modding this needs if I'm honest.
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Going to have a look. However found a thread on this very forum about removing the green from a titan and it worked. You can scrape the paint off with a razor etc to leave white rubber. Just have to be careful. It could be all the modding this needs if I'm honest.

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I saw someone on Instagram had "sanded" the logo to leave it white on the Titan too.
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So our friends over at Nvidia sent us an awesome little gift. In fact one of the only 3 Nvidia have in the UK. Since we have the 780's it was only the correct thing to do and use the LED feature. However the decision is how and what to do with this? It fits in PERFECT with the build... just is the green too out of place? I imagine the LED is probably actually white, with the green rubber giving the green tone. I mean we want to support team green as much as possible on this one but will it kill the monotone?

Please let me know what you think and if you have any ideas?
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That can't be.... no... it's not possible. They said they didn't exist. But you have one? Incredibly jealous.

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post #135 of 190
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That can't be.... no... it's not possible. They said they didn't exist. But you have one? Incredibly jealous.

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Thanks, we really pride ourselves on measurements and the technical drawing side of things. I'm lucky that the other owner of Parvum is BOSS with CAD!

Speaking of accuracy and CAD, this build has sparked an interest in ideas and just wanted to know how you guys measure so accurately and what you use to do so. I'm keen to teach myself a bit of CAD and possiblely get some custom parts cut myself from local acrylic/ perspex companies in future builds.
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Thanks, we really pride ourselves on measurements and the technical drawing side of things. I'm lucky that the other owner of Parvum is BOSS with CAD!

Speaking of accuracy and CAD, this build has sparked an interest in ideas and just wanted to know how you guys measure so accurately and what you use to do so. I'm keen to teach myself a bit of CAD and possiblely get some custom parts cut myself from local acrylic/ perspex companies in future builds.

We simply use a digital vernier caliper. If you go all out and spend that bit more and get a big one you won't regret it. Something that'll stay with you be it modding or other hobbies.

Good luck with cad, it's no harder than learning photoshop. Of course let us know if you need cutting and stuff, we don't offer it as a service due to demand for our cases but love to help the community. However we are in the UK so probably far away. At worst drop me an inbox and we can make sure you don't get ripped off biggrin.gif
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We simply use a digital vernier caliper. If you go all out and spend that bit more and get a big one you won't regret it. Something that'll stay with you be it modding or other hobbies.

Good luck with cad, it's no harder than learning photoshop. Of course let us know if you need cutting and stuff, we don't offer it as a service due to demand for our cases but love to help the community. However we are in the UK so probably far away. At worst drop me an inbox and we can make sure you don't get ripped off biggrin.gif
To be honest, I already knew that I would have to get a digital vernier but didn't realize that it was all you used, I was expecting something more complex lol. Anyway, I will defiantly pop you guys more questions or an email in the future and will watch your progress closely.

And yes, unfortunately you are on the other side of the world from me.
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Where abouts in the UK are you?
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This thing is immense! Looking forward to the finished build!
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