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Project: OOOFAAAAA NUTS, Case LAB'S THW10 Part 4
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Project: OOOFAAAAA NUTS, Case LAB'S THW10 Part 5
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Ok sorry for the wait here is part 6
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Killer build/project man!!! Did some good work. Really make a man wise he got that case lol.... dang me for going SMA8 lol
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Much appreciated Ice, I put a lot of passion into it. I really love this build... The speed is insane
Now to figure out a better way to manage my front panel filters. I dont want to keep removing my rads to remove the front cages to access the filter.
Got to be a better way.
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Much appreciated Ice, I put a lot of passion into it. I really love this build... The speed is insane
Now to figure out a better way to manage my front panel filters. I dont want to keep removing my rads to remove the front cages to access the filter.
Got to be a better way.

I wasn't able to watch all the videos yet on my watch later list for tonight but what filters did you run? I run the DEMCFilters which are made specifically for certain cases and sticks to the outside of the case via a magnet strip and makes for cleaning them super easy. They work extremely well and don't mess with aesthetics very much at all. I was in the same boat with my bottom bought some filters that was making me always remove the bottom compartment cover i finally had enough and got these.
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Windows 10 64bit AOC Agon AG352UCG Sentraq S60-X RGB 60% EVGA 1300 G2 
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Windows 10 64bit AOC Agon AG352UCG Sentraq S60-X RGB 60% EVGA 1300 G2 
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Here shows some over clocking on my video card pushing 600-750fps
Athena Clock Speeds FPS


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DO458Pg7ig
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