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I apologize if such a thread exists but I thought it would be cool to see what people have done with thier steel armored friends =D

Let's try and upstage the CM 690s haha.

I'll get a pic up soon but you guys post and I'll try and keep the thread updated.
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More coming.
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Bump! No-one? Ahh well, it was worth a try
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I love these cases. I thought this would shoot up quick. Guess not. o_O
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You can check my build logs in my sig for my Armor work.

Here's one of my fav pics

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Here's mine.



Ahh ha! found it! With how much traveling I do, I could never have an external rad. I mounted the rad using two #6 3/8 screws on either side of the rad, fastened through a piece of metal and a washer, and then was secure to my case via more #6 screws. I used several pieces of foam on the sides and bottom of the rad to keep it from moving.


A shot of the rad, pump, and part of my motherboard.


Southern area of my motherboard.


Northern section of my motherboard.


The item that inspired the name of my sig rig, it creates some sort of foam that draws air bubbles to the middle of the reservoir, and spins them around making a cool tornado.


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Apogee (original), BIP 3, EK 150 res, Swiftech M-655
    
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[QUOTE=pjlietz;3441697]You can check my build logs in my sig for my Armor work.

Here's one of my fav pics

wow..props to you. Like to see it when its complete. nice job.
    
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Here's mine



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There older pictures, I've actually done some Cable Management since then and have added a Tuniq Tower, and two 12" blue lights, one on the bottom and one on the other side of the mesh at the front.
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wow..props to you. Like to see it when its complete. nice job.
Thanks, should be nice when it's done.... mind you I've been working on it for months,lol.
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