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Is the Blackwidow the same as the Chroma? If so, then yeah - felt a little cheap.

I bought both to see which I liked better, returned the Chroma.

Haven't used the Chroma, so not sure on that. I don't feel that metal necessarily equates to higher quality, but "to each, their own"....

Also, a Razer keyboard would suit this Razer-themed build better than a Corsair keyboard would - unless the Corsair logos get replaced with Razer logos.... biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by wintershrinkage View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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What could be in this box!?! 😜😜


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What's in the box??? thinking.gif
post #112 of 137
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So does anyone know what do you get with

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This
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????????????


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post #113 of 137
Whoa, whoa, whoa....Getting a little ahead of yourself, you still haven't mentioned what's in the box.... biggrin.gif

Heatsinks are looking good. Now take the tape off!! Hehehe....

post #114 of 137
Fan controller ?
     
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post #115 of 137
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Quote my above message 5 times gets you a "what's in the box " pic

Quote my above message 10 gets you what my previous most equals 😁😁😁


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Edited by wintershrinkage - 9/25/15 at 9:19pm
post #116 of 137
I'll do it, but I will not subscribe to your Thrive sales pitch ! biggrin.gif

**Edit** By like you me +Rep I think it is against the TOS of the forums to ask for Rep. But you do deserve rep for this sexy build!
Edited by Steele84 - 9/25/15 at 8:55pm
     
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post #117 of 137
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I'll do it, but I will not subscribe to your Thrive sales pitch ! biggrin.gif

**Edit** By like you me +Rep I think it is against the TOS of the forums to ask for Rep. But you do deserve rep for this sexy build!

Ohhh I actually thought there was a like button! well i better fix that then. Thanks for the heads up!!
post #118 of 137
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Day 37 - So for the next few days I spent all of them assembling and gluing the desk together. Since no one else was able to help me with the gluing I just ended up doing it myself smile.gif It is a big job for 1 person especially when you have to make sure it is all lined up, then you have to spread the glue, then make sure the cables are out of the way when you stick it on, then make sure it is all aligned again, then put cloths around the area's you are going to clamp so you don't damage the paint, then clamp and finally quickly grab a rag so you don't get to much spillage from the extra glue. So here we go! Sorry for not having that many picture's of the process. I was a little busy with other things tongue.gif
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post #119 of 137
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Day 38 - After I had let the leg's dry overnight, I started to assemble the remained of the desk! Since the leg's are going to be holding about ~100lbs of equipment, I thought I would make sure they were 100% dry before starting the next process tongue.gif Before I even started to work on gluing the rest of the desk I had to finish making the last modification's to the back panel for the 3 x displayport and 3 x power cables to pass through biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif





After that was all done I started with gluing the bottom panel on first, the right away adding the back panel on to make sure that the desk lined up perfectly. If I just put the bottom panel on with out the back their wouldn't have been any way for me to have made sure it was all lined up.




Edited by wintershrinkage - 9/28/15 at 8:06pm
post #120 of 137
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Day 38 - But after everything going fairly smoothly, I ran into a bit of a hickup.


I am not to sure how that happened, I didn't test fit's and everything before but anyway, the board was sitting proud about an 1/8". Since it was already glued I couldn't really just take it off and redo it. Once the glue had dried completely, I took out my router, a long piece of wood, and then made it so that when the side of the cutter hit where i wanted it to I just clamped the wood underneath it so it would make a straight and even line side to side. Doing this enabled me to just run the router down the back of the back piece and trim off the extra bit of wood!


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