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ok so this is my first time modding(extremely noob!!)

1. Will plasti dip adhere to the soft touch fibre of my bitfenix phenom m and the surface of xfx r9 280x

2. Is xfx ok with dismantling their gpus?

3. I was thinking of making a motherboard shroud with steel or any other metal i know thats dumb but that will be cheapest for me since my dad can get metal cut for a negligible cost

---i know i m asking too much but can anyone send me an image of the msi z87m gaming which is resized to its original dimensions? Or teach me how to do it well that is more tough i guess frown.gif

---so if i paint the shroud with plasti dip i wudnt have to worry about electrostatic discharge Since plastidip is a kind of rubber?

Sorry for my TERRIBLE english
THANKS in advance smile.gif
Edited by D1P3SH - 3/29/15 at 11:36am
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ok so this is my first time modding(extremely noob!!)

1. Will plasti dip adhere to the soft touch fibre of my bitfenix phenom m and the surface of xfx r9 280x

2. Is xfx ok with dismantling their gpus?

3. I was thinking of making a motherboard shroud with steel or any other metal i know thats dumb but that will be cheapest for me since my dad can get metal cut for a negligible cost

---i know i m asking too much but can anyone send me an image of the msi z87m gaming which is resized to its original dimensions? Or teach me how to do it well that is more tough i guess frown.gif

---so if i paint the shroud with plasti dip i wudnt have to worry about electrostatic discharge Since plastidip is a king of rubber?

here's my email id: XXXX
Sorry for my TERRIBLE english
THANKS in advance smile.gif

1) I recommend sanding the surface first and then applying a primer, but I'm not sure so please others: confirm or deny this smile.gif

2) No, you'll void your warranty. The only company I know that allows it, is eVGA, but they are Nvidia only

3) Take a top image from MSI website, and scale it up in PS using the dimensions of the board smile.gif
Unlikely.

And, delete your email from the post, that's what PM is for. Listing your email will only yield you spam.
 
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thanks for the immediate reply biggrin.gif
i m applying plastidip so as to preserve the soft touch coating n revert back to it when ever i feel like
hence i dont want to sand down the coating as i ve from the guys at mncpctech they said that u dont need any surface prepping like sanding n primer
could u find a person who dipped his phenom without sanding n primer?
Thanks again
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