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There was a sneak peak of this mod at around 6:54 in MNPCTech's MZ-1 Part 3 video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeYStgXwwV0


I was going through the video I took of it when doing final pictures, and don't like it. It's all rather boring tripod video, so I'm going to try to reshoot video and do something different.
Edited by Mosquito Mods - 1/16/14 at 11:59am
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Here's a video of some of the samples that I had shot when I took final pictures of this build. I intend to hopefully get something more interactive, instead of just on the tripod, but I'll throw this out there for now smile.gif
post #93 of 102
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Unfortunately, this looks way better in person (along with almost all the other pictures/videos I've shared of it), but here we go none the less

Mosquito_NZXT_H230_PrimoChill_LRT_Liquid_DSC01095-W640.JPG

Mosquito_NZXT_H230_PrimoChill_LRT_Liquid_DSC01101-W640.JPG

Mosquito_NZXT_H230_PrimoChill_LRT_Liquid_DSC01107-W640.JPG

Edited by Mosquito Mods - 12/31/13 at 12:38pm
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Black is easier, as it matters less what color wiring you have underneath, at least when you have a nice tight weave like MDPC. I made all custom wires for mine, and used white wire, as black would make the white look more gray
Thanks Bill. Worked much better the 2nd time biggrin.gif
Thanks! I may try to put together some sort of "How I did it" guide, for the stitching. I think I've come up with a way that I like now. Maybe I'll add a few more rows to the motherboard 24-pin cable.

The problem I have with painting the heatsink is that it's a heatsink lol I had thought about it, but didn't really want to, because I didn't want to impede the dissipation of heat... I may do a little more poking around, and see how much of an effect painting it would have.

As for the GPU... That would be so much overkill, I'd probably be using it for the next 10 years! lol The 4GB 640 that I had before was more than enough for what I need, just like high RAM for running dual 1920x1200 screens. Not to mention it would be a bit much for 550w NZXT PSU frown.gif
It certainly is. Only thing I don't like about the white PCB's is that a lot of the components are still black, makes it look a bit odd to me.
Actually your NZXT Hale is fine with a 780 Ti

Otherwise that is one of the most spectacular uses for a LCD screen biggrin.gif
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Actually your NZXT Hale is fine with a 780 Ti

Otherwise that is one of the most spectacular uses for a LCD screen biggrin.gif

That is true, I could run a 780 Ti, but with my CPU overclocked as much as it is, I would just rather have more overhead (PSU's work best when they're not at 80-90% load anyway, don't they?)
That and I'd never even get out 1/2 the potential of a 780 Ti, and I don't want to drop that much cash on a GPU either, I'm too cheap biggrin.gif

But Thanks! It's not particularly useful, but it certainly is a fun conversation piece thumb.gif
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Well deserved!! Congratulations :cheers:

    
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Well deserved!! Congratulations cheers.gif
Thanks! Now it's time for the sharks to come out biggrin.gif
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god i love your case, too bad it looks like finished, i wanted moar photos :f
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god i love your case, too bad it looks like finished, i wanted moar photos :f
Thanks! All of the finished pictures can be found here: http://www.themodsquito.com/pages/CaseMod.aspx?ref=VisibleContrast It's my daily-driver desktop, use it every day. Just a shame I don't have a better use for the LCD in it lol
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