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Tips to improve the aesthetics and/or airflow of my build

post #1 of 5
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Hey guys, I built a new machine in July, for ease i just uploaded pics and details here (http://datpc.tumblr.com/),
I want to improve the aesthetics of the build, but not really sure where to go, there are obviously heaps of cool things floating around the internet but never know which ones will work and which won't.

PS, I got AMD over the intel because the special at my local at the time was too good to refuse; I think i picked it up for around $170 AUD,
Same with the 670's, I originally picked up 1 for $200 AUD and was underwhelmed with the performance so picked up another one for SLi, though obviously in hindsight a single 770/780 would have been a better investment.

If you have any ideas please let me know!
post #2 of 5
I think it looks fine TBH, maybe just tone down the red lighting? I can't see very much in that picture so I can't really give any advice.
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
I think I uploaded about 11 photos, did you see them all?

Also yeah the red isn't as powerful in real life, i took the photos on an iPhone the saturation was a bit crazy
post #4 of 5
Didn't see them all, it looks perfectly fine, I honestly don't think there's much you can do.
post #5 of 5
custom art is always cool! iv got my 500R tore down and im going to do a nice PSU cover, side window, and some of my own custom art work!

Take a look around for custom mods for your specific case. and for the most part your build looks fine, personally i wouldnt think there is too much you would nee to do to make it "look" any better.
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