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Yeah, what are the weird circle things with the adhesive on one side used for? Just to cover the backs of the screw? I haven't used any so I was wondering if they were important?

They are used to mount an SSD straight to the case instead the HDD brackets. They are to raise it from direct metal.
    
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post #1302 of 3142
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They are used to mount an SSD straight to the case instead the HDD brackets. They are to raise it from direct metal.

Thanks for the help lol. I would have never guessed that
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Nevermind, forget about this post lol
Edited by T0x1cPh1n3x - 7/14/16 at 1:23pm
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https://camwebapp.com/download

that's the link to the cam software that Mr Armageddon uses on his mini screen, enjoy
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post #1305 of 3142
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Horrible cell phone pic but will do for now. Finally got everything tied up.


Very nice! thumb.gif
Opaque liquids are great. I had someone ask me if I was trying to my my fluid look like the "Blue Milk" Luke drinks in Star Wars.
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post #1306 of 3142
Hi guys.

I've finally finished my build with the Themaltake Core P5 case. Here is some photos. Let me know if you like it smile.gif

Anyone has better ideas what should I do with it. Thanks




post #1307 of 3142
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Hi guys.

I've finally finished my build with the Themaltake Core P5 case. Here is some photos. Let me know if you like it smile.gif

Anyone has better ideas what should I do with it. Thanks





very clean bends and simple, yet functional tube routing. Is this 16mm tube? looks thick
post #1308 of 3142
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very clean bends and simple, yet functional tube routing. Is this 16mm tube? looks thick

Yes. it's 16mm OD tube. Thanks
post #1309 of 3142
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Hi guys.

I've finally finished my build with the Themaltake Core P5 case. Here is some photos. Let me know if you like it smile.gif

Anyone has better ideas what should I do with it. Thanks
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Looks great. The large tubing and black and grey colors make it have a very functional feel to it. What fittings did you use to create your drain?
post #1310 of 3142
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Originally Posted by T0x1cPh1n3x View Post

Looks great. The large tubing and black and grey colors make it have a very functional feel to it. What fittings did you use to create your drain?

Thanks. I use ball shutoff mini valve fitting.
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