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post #101 of 355
Both builds were real rush jobs and I suspect were done within days of the start of the show. I think they filled the reservoir in the S Wave Tuesday morning (day the show started). I have never seen that much air in a system that I couldn't even bring myself to take a picture. At least they got the air out of the system by the second day.

They had a couple of D Frames that were nice builds.

I am still trying to get In Win to sell me the titanium S Box. They aren't sure if they will put it into production (which means if I get it, I will have the only one!). The red S Box will be available in a few months.

The S Frame is just a little too wide for my desk. I'm going to have 3 of the Samsung 27" curved monitors (just under 6 feet of displays)!
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post #102 of 355
Hello,

Im Faried from Holland.
Im 32 years old, and did soms casemodding in the past.
I have a Sframe to. Number 19.
Ill have a Facebook account for sframe users:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sframe-Users/739193499490977?ref=bookmarks


post #103 of 355
This is where I'm at so far, all my gear arrived yesterday. Really struggling with bending the hard tubing in a nice pattern, need some decent amount of time to get it right. Working 13 hour night shifts but 7 days off coming up soon, will make something decent then.








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Just received my 5930K. Now I have to buy the Rampage V Extreme.
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post #105 of 355
Hey guys. I was inspired by seeing the S-Frame @CES2015 and I managed to nab one:



It's #111:


(I realize the second SLI bridge is superfluous, but I have a penchant for symmetry)

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post #106 of 355
Hey guys, new S-Frame owner here. I managed to buy the last black/red S-Frame available in Sweden. I'm glad I did because now they're stocking the gaudy black/gold version. Ugh.

Anyway, how do I remove the sticker on the glass? Do I just peel it off? Is there residue after peeling it off? How did you guys do it?
post #107 of 355
Hey all, I have a friend thats buying a S-frame in gold, for a new computer, which I will end up building for him, and I was just wondering if theres something we should know about the case before we begin.

Also does any of you have any pictures of youre cable management, especialy the back of the motherboard plate.

Thanks in advanced.
post #108 of 355
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Originally Posted by psycow View Post

Hey all, I have a friend thats buying a S-frame in gold, for a new computer, which I will end up building for him, and I was just wondering if theres something we should know about the case before we begin.

Also does any of you have any pictures of youre cable management, especialy the back of the motherboard plate.

Thanks in advanced.

There are no cable management for this case. No premade holes for zipties as the regular cases. You can use some stuff with adhesive backs. I'd recommend custom length cables for pretty much everything. There's really no place to hide anything with this case so building it clean to make it look good in all angles is quite diffucult. Good luck with the build and post pictures! smile.gif
Edited by torqueroll - 1/15/15 at 11:31am
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post #110 of 355
I might change out my UT60 to something else,I'm getting high temps on my Titan and 3960x, 60c @4.6 and the Titan is stock clocks
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