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Subbed! Really looking forward to seeing where this build goes.

You found me!
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subbed, looking good biggrin.gif
post #33 of 175
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You found me!

Yep! Just stumbled upon this searching for some ideas for my build. I can't wait to see what you do with it!
post #34 of 175
Oh, and cutting the drive cage to show off your rad and res was an awesome idea. I love that
post #35 of 175
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Yep! Just stumbled upon this searching for some ideas for my build. I can't wait to see what you do with it!

Are you going under water or are you an air cooler for yours?

My better half wanted me to keep the case and do something with red tubing as that color really jumps off the white powder coating!
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Oh, and cutting the drive cage to show off your rad and res was an awesome idea. I love that

Thanks. I plan on cutting the window to match and open up the case a little more.
post #37 of 175
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Are you going under water or are you an air cooler for yours?

My better half wanted me to keep the case and do something with red tubing as that color really jumps off the white powder coating!

A full loop with red tubing would look so good in that case. Originally I was thinking of using an AIO like the H100i or NZXT X60 but the more I think about it the more I think I have to do a full loop. I was searching through the forums for ideas when I came across your thread.
I must say though I am glad she didn't let you keep the case because I am excited to get to working with it!
post #38 of 175
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A full loop with red tubing would look so good in that case. Originally I was thinking of using an AIO like the H100i or NZXT X60 but the more I think about it the more I think I have to do a full loop. I was searching through the forums for ideas when I came across your thread.
I must say though I am glad she didn't let you keep the case because I am excited to get to working with it!

I'm not as happy now, but I'm happy that your happy! If you need some assistance with going under water, let me know...
post #39 of 175
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Completed some wiring...not sure if I'm going to stay with this theme as I think it could use more white...but I was planning on doing the 6pin PCI-e in white/green. Going to have to fix a couple of the wires as the shrink moved...



Also had a chance to get the primer on both rads.

post #40 of 175
Its looking good. how hard was it to paint the rads? I've been thinking about painting mine to clean them up since mine were both used and been installed a few times.
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seagate barracuda  corsair neutron gtx samsung dvd xspc raystorm intel  
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coolermaster sickleflow blue 120 xspc rs 360 2 corsair 140mm case fans for intakes nzxt fz 140 mm fan  
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windows 7  dell st2421  microsoft sidewinder x4 corsair tx 850 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
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