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Ultra clean dude thumb.gif. Keep up the awesome work specool.gif
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WOW. I hadn't looked at this thread in a while and came back to this... drool.gif Can not wait to see the final product! Looks stunning! thumb.gif
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Just went through the whole log from page one. What can I say? "Amazing" doesn't even cut close to it. biggrin.gif
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At this point, I thought I was seeing rainbows. Just wow. drool.gif

Really looking forward to see how this build turns out. Even more excited with the second cube you're planning to make. Keep the excellent job up, you're almost there! thumb.gif
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This build started of slow I admit, but great to see it follow through almost to the end! I also repped you for the heat shrink-less sleeving tip- I ordered the same heat shrink as you did and it works much better for putting together the sleeves.
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Ultra clean dude thumb.gif. Keep up the awesome work specool.gif

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WOW. I hadn't looked at this thread in a while and came back to this... drool.gif Can not wait to see the final product! Looks stunning! thumb.gif

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Just went through the whole log from page one. What can I say? "Amazing" doesn't even cut close to it. biggrin.gif
At this point, I thought I was seeing rainbows. Just wow. drool.gif

Really looking forward to see how this build turns out. Even more excited with the second cube you're planning to make. Keep the excellent job up, you're almost there! thumb.gif

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This build started of slow I admit, but great to see it follow through almost to the end! I also repped you for the heat shrink-less sleeving tip- I ordered the same heat shrink as you did and it works much better for putting together the sleeves.

Thank you so much for the compliments. I'm waiting on an order to come in so I can finish up the PSU wiring and finish the build. I'll be checking in soon.
    
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I may have miss it but is there a reason you are not carrying the same color on the sleeving from front to back. worriedsmiley.gif
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I may have miss it but is there a reason you are not carrying the same color on the sleeving from front to back. worriedsmiley.gif

There is indeed a reason. the order of the wires coming off the PSU are so unorganized that the multicolor pattern looks stupid on the PSU side. So the best solution was to go monocolor in the back and cool pattern in the front.
    
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Before I start a new thread, I thought I would ask a question here...

What is the best way to go for coolant/fluids/dyes

What brand do you prefer and why?

thanks
    
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Before I start a new thread, I thought I would ask a question here...

What is the best way to go for coolant/fluids/dyes

What brand do you prefer and why?

thanks

I personally use distilled water with a loop of silver wire in my res. No problems after a few years. Not sure what you'd do for dyes regarding colour but I've heard good things about Mayhems products.
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I personally use distilled water with a loop of silver wire in my res. No problems after a few years. Not sure what you'd do for dyes regarding colour but I've heard good things about Mayhems products.

Dyes are hugely controversial, and for good reason. There are plenty of people who use them without problems, but also plenty of horror stories. In any case, Mayhem seems to be the most favored brand for dyes.
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