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post #131 of 140
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Well, this is it, the lcd temp sensor arrived, and is installed in the front mesh.
Since this was the last thing, i updated the second post in this build log with the final pics:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1548680/build-log-finished-akvo-core-v1-custom-watercooled#post_23734141

Considering the last update, this Build Log is now officially finished, which means it will no longer have updates.
Thanks everyone who accompanied me in this fun and laborious journey thumbsupsmiley.pngspecool.gif




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Edited by svictorcc - 7/19/15 at 4:40am
post #132 of 140
A nice job done thumb.gif The color looks good and that window looks awesome. Well done.
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Very nice Victor! Thing looks great and the OC/temps are nice as well! So...now that this is done, what's your next project? Maybe revive your Hadron and put in a custom loop in that one wink.gif
   
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post #134 of 140
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Very nice Victor! Thing looks great and the OC/temps are nice as well! So...now that this is done, what's your next project? Maybe revive your Hadron and put in a custom loop in that one wink.gif

Actually there is an alfa-project that i'm planning, but for now i'll keep it as a secret, because this next build/project will be VERY special =)
Thanks again!
post #135 of 140
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I've just uploaded new pics in the second post of this build log.
Since the OCN MOTM is "offline", i subbed this rig for the Guru3D's ROTM.
Cross fingers! =)
post #136 of 140
I can honestly say that I'm a bit disappointed I missed this build. Your work here is gorgeous, Victor...

Now we'll see if you can keep it going with your next couple builds. I'll be waiting for you to get into some serious modding down the road.
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I can honestly say that I'm a bit disappointed I missed this build. Your work here is gorgeous, Victor...

Now we'll see if you can keep it going with your next couple builds. I'll be waiting for you to get into some serious modding down the road.

Thanks a lot Tim, really apreciate =)
My head is already working in my next build, that will feature white/blue theme.
In the next couple months this forum (and some others) will see some astonishing builds with a premium case... =)
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In the next couple months this forum (and some others) will see some astonishing builds with a premium case... =)

You've got that right. I just hope that with my somewhat limited time and resources, mine will be able to live up.
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post #139 of 140
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I proudly announce that this rig was picked as Rig of the Month - ROTM at Guru3D website:

http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/guru3d-rig-of-the-month-august-2015,1.html
Edited by svictorcc - 8/31/15 at 6:01am
post #140 of 140
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Hi everyone!
As some of you guys know, this Tt Core V1 build won the Guru3d Rig of the Month - August:

http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/guru3d-rig-of-the-month-august-2015,1.html

Guru3d is running a "Rig of the Year" competition, and this build is competing, so, all i ask is your vote for my build (AUGUST):

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=405016

Thanks in advance! thumb.gif

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