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It looks fantastic all illuminated. Great video thumb.gif
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It looks fantastic all illuminated. Great video thumb.gif

Thanks man =)
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Pics and video looks good though I do have one suggestion. The side plexi seems to be held on with just adhesive and since it's clear you can see them through the window which looks a bit "amateurish" compared to the rest of the build. I'd suggest either drilling holes so the panel can be screwed on or spray painting a black border around the edges of the panel so you can't seem them. If you spray a small border on the backside of the acrylic, it should blend in nicely and hide the frame of the Core V1.
   
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Pics and video looks good though I do have one suggestion. The side plexi seems to be held on with just adhesive and since it's clear you can see them through the window which looks a bit "amateurish" compared to the rest of the build. I'd suggest either drilling holes so the panel can be screwed on or spray painting a black border around the edges of the panel so you can't seem them. If you spray a small border on the backside of the acrylic, it should blend in nicely and hide the frame of the Core V1.

Thanks for the feedback, i still didn't drilled the holes because my drilling machine was borrowed to my father.
I'll consider your sugestion of spray paint the borders, still have some black spray paint to use.
But i'm going to drill the holes, and, along with the led ram and the missing front blue temp sensor, this build will be 100% complete.

Thanks again!
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Since spray paint is a quick process, i already did it with the acrylic side panel (it's a shiny/glossy paint, my face can be seen in the second photo reflected by the painted border):


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Since spray paint is a quick process, i already did it with the acrylic side panel (it's a shiny/glossy paint, my face can be seen in the second photo reflected by the painted border):
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif Beautiful biggrin.gif
   
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thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif Beautiful biggrin.gif

Thanks, my mother say the same thing biggrin.gif:lachen:
post #128 of 140
Wow missed your build log some how on the Thermaltake V1 the little baby of mine the V21. Well executed build and nice finish. Great work. thumb.gif
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The Avexir ram arrived!
They have by far the best box ever, see by yourselfs.
Now the lcd temp sensor is the only thing missing, but will arrive soon, which will mean the end of this buildlog.







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The Avexir ram arrived!
They have by far the best box ever, see by yourselfs.
Now the lcd temp sensor is the only thing missing, but will arrive soon, which will mean the end of this buildlog. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







That's odd. I just bought some Avexir RAM to use in my sons build (red led 2x4gb sticks) and it came in a regular packaging. Not that fancy packaging.

But anyway, that ram is awesome. I want to steal it from his system so bad!
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