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post #91 of 100
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Thanks everyone for the fantastic comments...
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Originally Posted by The Bloody Nine View Post

It looks gorgeous. How does the white LED look on the front of the case. Does it bleed through the front panel well in the dark?

You cant see the white LED through the yellow in the front because its triple layer arylic (black-yellow-black) however it does shine through the yellow line around the case side which looks pretty cool but the pics don't pick it up too well.

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Originally Posted by Dalchi Frusche View Post

That came out awesome! I'm glad I followed this to the end! The touch of grey in the sleeving really accents everything nicely.

Yeah, was in too minds about the grey when I ordered it, but having done them I'm really pleased. It softens the contrast between the black and yellow a bit which is what I was hoping for.
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Originally Posted by USMC Modder View Post

Absolutely amazing job. The coolant color is spot on with the components and case. thumb.gif

I'm really pleased with the colour now. The standard mayhems sunrise yellow was a bit washed out compared to the acrylic. It took a fair amount of their yellow dye to get it to match!

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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Looks absolutely fantastic! Do you have any shots of the psu compartment?

There's a couple on one of the previous pages from when in installed the fan controller & HDD, but it doesn't have the PSU installed at that point. I didn't bother taking a final shot of the PSU compartment because I didn't think anyone would care too much about the "ugly" side biggrin.gif
Edited by MikeMK - 10/5/15 at 11:38am
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post #92 of 100
This rig is glorious! I like the before coolant addition photos. Very nice! cheers.gif
post #93 of 100
Final shots look great, build looks epic! I'd personally remove the cable combs once the cables are trained, it doesn't need them IMO. coolant looks awesome! loving it! nice work fella.

J.
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Thanks! Glad you like it smile.gif
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The whole thing looks savage!

Love the black and yellow combination.
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Thanks Jambon!
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Quick update...

Project Fortis won ROTM over at guru3d smile.gif

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

and its now nominated for the rig of the year vote! If any of you liked my build enough and have a guru3d account, please vote for me ;-)

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=405016
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post #98 of 100
Congrats, thumb.gif I will put a vote in for def.
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Hi Mike, love this build, you did a great job. thumb.gif I'm planing a build for the M1.0. I know your case was slightly different measurements from the mass production model but would you be able to tell me how much space there is from the front of the case (inside wall) to the end of the graphics card. My rad is 64mm and ill be using standard 25mm fans and from what i've been able to find out it will be a very tight fit at best.

Cheers,

Philip
post #100 of 100
Hi, great build, could you give us some temps of the system, i'm interested to see how the radiators handle a cpu and two top gpus. ty
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