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We won't judge you bud. We're not here to judge you in that aspect. That's your business. We will however judge you on the final product. thumb.gif Personally still looking forward to your progress once you get the cards.

Haha , thanks for that, I have just got the case from pccasegear, great looking and all good apart from a small dent in the front fascia, I have emails them about possibly sending out just a fascia instead of the whole case going back. Hopefully all turns out swell! It's the weekend and pccasegear won't stock it back until the weekdays so waiting on that, unfortunately, I was unable to buy the card when I wanted to , but I am patient and non e of the other parts have arrived yet so no big rush, they are all coming from amazon in the states. Might post some photos of what I have if you guys want, not that there aren't enough photos of the C70 on this site though.
AnywY guys I will keep ya updated on what's happening with this build, I might have found some paint that matches the case, but I am not sure if it is compatible with plastic products. I will post a link to it in the next couple of minutes.
post #12 of 13
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Here is the link to the Paint, judging by the color of the cap, it looks to be the same as the case, will have to see it in person though:
-http://www.bunnings.com.au/white-knight-rust-guard-310g-cottage-green-epoxy-enamel-spray-paint_p1580601

Here is a link to the case:
-http://www.corsair.com/en/pc-cases/vengeance-series-gaming-case/vengeance-c70-mid-tower-gaming-case-military-green.html
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I had a go at painting my new ASUS R9 280X DCU2 Top cards and am very happy with the result.
Edited by JaredLaskey82 - 3/19/14 at 5:53am
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