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Got into Maximum PC! biggrin.gif

http://www.maximumpc.com/rig-of-the-month-the-riddler/
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Got into Forbes (twice) and didn't know until now lol [biggrin.gif] Im on page two of the first link and page 26 of the second link.


http://www.forbes.com/sites/antonyleather/2015/10/30/the-3-most-amazing-pcs-of-october/#4fef24246893


http://www.forbes.com/sites/antonyleather/2016/01/06/the-30-most-amazing-pc-mods-of-2015/#233f38287c8d
post #43 of 45
Hey there. I see you say that you "vinyled" the ram.

How does one "Vinyl" something. I am very interested in being able to do this with all my stuff because that looks awesome.
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4930k @ 4.5ghz HT  Sabertooth X79 GTX 1080 DUKE 16gb Gskill 2400 @ 10-12-11-30  
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOptical Drive
2xCorsair Gt 120gb Raid 0 Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB 2tb HDD (2x1tb [ Raid 0 ]64mb cache) 500gb HDD 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Custom Watercooling Loop XSPC 750 XSPC Raystorm Alphacool WHITE 360mm Monsta 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
7 x Artic F12 Case Fans Custom Sleeved in White... Win10 64bit 3 x 21.5in Led 1080p Eyefinity Corsair K90  
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
750 Evo Blue Haf 932 Func MS3^2 Ikari Laser & Rat 7 & Deathadder & L... Func XL 
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Amd 8350 @ 4.5 stock voltage MSI 890GXM-gd65 Saphire R9 290 16gb Gskill DDR3 1600@ 8-8-8-24 
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120GB revo drive None Corsair H80 Window 10 64bit 
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750w Evo Blue Modular PSU White Silverstone Sugo sg02 
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Hey there. I see you say that you "vinyled" the ram.

How does one "Vinyl" something. I am very interested in being able to do this with all my stuff because that looks awesome.

Thank you. I had purchased a silhouette cameo 2 to cut my vinyl work. There are many different versions of vinyl cutters, so you can choose one to fit your needs. You will need an X-acto knife, a cutting mat (which comes in different sizes depending on the length/size you wish to cut your vinyl), transfer paper (preferably clear), cutting blades (they usually come with your package especially if you get a bundle deal) and Oracal 631 vinyl which is indoor vinyl. You don't want to use Oracal 651, 751, and 951 because they have more of an aggressive adhesive. you'll need to download the program that comes with it in order to create the designs and comunicate with the silhouette on what you want it to do. Once you get that down pat and start cutting out your designs you'll take the X-Acto knife and cut around your designs as well as take out any filler pieces that aren't needed. Once that is done you will cut out some transfer paper just large enough to cover all or most of the design and use a smoother to press down on the design and then slowly peel the transfer paper off and your design with it. You'll then place the design where you like it and smooth it down again. Now on more delicate matters I tend to skip the transfer paper and place the design on by hand like I did with the memory. In order to fill in the words etc.. I used the X-acto knife to delicately pick up the letters and place them on the memory. It takes a little practice both with the program and messing with the vinyl but once you get the hang of it it's all down hill from there. There are so many things you can do with it and so many different kinds of vinyl.
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Can I just say I love your build and you have inspired me to do something very similar as I love the joker. May I ask what type of cable sleeves you used and where you got them from I think the colours of the sleeves are perfect.
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