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post #101 of 2255
Hey guys, i managed to stick an H80i in there and a G10 with a Thermaltake Water 3.0 Pro on the side for my GPU. Beautiful silence smile.gif







post #102 of 2255
http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1949502/
One word : omg... Sorry but it's ugly >.>
post #103 of 2255
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Originally Posted by Phobia View Post

http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1949502/
One word : omg... Sorry but it's ugly >.>

Lol it is. But it's on the side I never look at. Out of sight out of mind
post #104 of 2255
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Lol it is. But it's on the side I never look at. Out of sight out of mind
Lol true but to me it's an insult to the Hadron Air to mod it like that.
post #105 of 2255
Well here is my first ever PC build in its early stages. Went with the Hadron Build because I wanted to do an all EVGA build and I love the form factor. Gonna be some custom sleeving and lighting and customizing the front plate which I have removed along with the hard drive cage. Naming the build "Cosmos" because I'm spacey.

My Parts list as of now:

EVGA Z77 Stinger mITX mobo
EVGA Hadron Air Case

Future parts (may change depending on how long it takes to save the cash and state of the electronics market):

i5 3570k (just mildly overclocked to 4.0ghz)
EVGA mITX CPU cooler
8gb Corsair Vengeance (low profile)
Samsung 840 Evo 120GB (boot)
WD Black 1TB 2.5" (3.5" if I have to)
EVGA GTX 750 ti FTW
Corsair Air Series 120mm Purple LED Quiet Edition High Airflow Fan
Custom LED lighting (blue, purple, pink to fit the Cosmos theme {BitFenix do not make purple and pink so I may go multicolor kit with remote})


On a tight budget so for my first build I think this will be plenty powerful enough to make me a happy gamer, bc all I have right now to game on is my PS3 and my MacBook Pro. BTW I am very Mac, but that's just because I run a recording studio as an engineer/producer and for me that's the only way to go when you are doing heavy audio/video. So if my MacBook Pro can Average 23fps on Battlefield 3 on Windows 8.1 Pro BootCamped, then I'm sure this rig I'm building is gonna make me extremely happy being a new PC gamer convert. I'll continue to update my progress in another thread once I get some more funds up and I'm gonna duplicate this reply as a new post with a bunch of pics of the build. Add me to the club!











post #106 of 2255
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Well here is my first ever PC build in its early stages.


Nice work thumb.gif 'Comos' seems a fitting name along with the custom paint design. Looking forward to the progress.
post #107 of 2255
Thanks Coreda, my next step will probably be the PSU sleeving via Lutroo. gonna use the same colors pink, purple, and blue. It may take me a little while longer but I'm pretty excited as I've been planning this build for like 2 months now and finally got to start on it yesterday. smile.gif Thanks again for the feedback!
post #108 of 2255
careful - cooler master might come after you for stealing their case name. biggrin.gif Very nice looking case! What about Hex, or Hive? It is your game Hive! thumb.gif
post #109 of 2255
Haha, nice yahu! Well I like Cosmos and the hexagon pattern is actually the same pattern I used for my tattoo on my arm. I'm really into geometric shapes, especially hexagons so I couldn't think of anything else I'd rather put on it. thanks for the positive feedback, I'm gonna update my post here in a little bit with my front of case mod. I drilled holes in the acrylic face and used standoffs to lift the face away from the front of the case to allow airflow for the Corsair AF120 LED purple fan I ordered today. smile.gif

Here's the link to my build log thread where I'll put all the updates...http://www.overclock.net/t/1479207/build-log-my-first-ever-pc-build-the-cosmos-hadron-air
post #110 of 2255
Well I've been building machines for the last 15+ years, and I've never done anything that creative, at least on the outside (you don't want to see me with spray-able paint and a computer case). So much props! thumb.gif
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