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post #10821 of 19729
My fans never look that appealing when I hold them in that pose.
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post #10822 of 19729
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
overclockmasta:

I really love what you did with the top! That's beautiful! I like your choice of fans too just because the curved part of the fan's frame goes really well with the round top you made. I just love it!

gotspeed is correct: they're not stacked. Look closer.
If you like that, here are some more pics.

The basic theme of this case is going to be.....if you guessed BLACK you are right.

Everything is going to be black in one way or another. The front and top silver stripes sanded down and painted flat black. All fans black, black inside, black grills, black screws on the grills! Everything! You might have noticed the XFX850 Black Edition PS already in the background, probably going to throw in there a Thermalright Ultra120 Black Ed. heat sink, dual XFX Black Ed. 5850's, PhenomII Black Ed.....everything black.

Enjoy

-OCM












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post #10823 of 19729
That's hot. +rep
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post #10824 of 19729
Great mod overclockmasta!
That's what you call a HAF-690 ..

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post #10825 of 19729
Thanks guys, appreciate it.

I just love how clean the plastic trim and black grills came out. And the pics are horrible in quality (cell cam) everything looks so much better in real life then in the pictures.

Anywhooo, i thought i also post up a couple quick shots of my current system (sig...as you can see, its time for an upgrade).

-OCM





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post #10826 of 19729
hi heres a couple of pics of my cable management let me kno what you all think and if you have any tips please let me kno

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post #10827 of 19729
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My fans never look that appealing when I hold them in that pose.
Mine do
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post #10828 of 19729
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Mine do
I saw this one coming from a mile away.
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post #10829 of 19729
Overclockmasta:
I think that rig you're working on is going to be pretty sweet. The top mesh mod thing looks really awesome too.

Grazz1984:
Looks tidy, but there's really small details that could make it even nicer, in my opinion at least. You could push the power, reset, HDD activity cables through that tiny hole right under the pins there, the one that's probably meant for zip-ties or something like that. Also you should put the SATA-cables in the same "row", as in, one cable in the slot under the other one, since I only see you using two cables at the moment. In my opinion that also goes towards a cleaner look.

Edit: It should also be possible to put the HD audio cable through the hole above the processor, the one where you have the processor powercables through, that way it'll be less visible too.
    
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post #10830 of 19729
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I saw this one coming from a mile away.
Lol yep Btw, you'd probably be able to get your 165 running at 2.8gHz too. Mine was until the mobo died from a sneaky water spill while I had it lying on my desk until I got my new case
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