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post #21 of 38
Lmao, wow that is -bright-! I like it, and the green paint was indeed (as my old art teacher would call it) a 'happy accident'. That extra texture adds a little 'umph' to it. Looks pretty cool so far!
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post #22 of 38
Looks good so far, expecially the splatter, keep up the good work.
post #23 of 38
wow looks pretty sweet
i dig it
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Well trying decide how to keep some of the cabling clean (please ignore all front connection (I got a plan for that in the near future) I put the computer together to start testing it. Also please ignore the video card which I put in the wrong slot (thanks for making me understand my n00bisms OCN chatroom).

The motherboard mounted in the case (SATA data connections under the board for a cleaner look)



Processor and memory installed




Case all back together




A few random thoughts....

First this mod is far from complete and sadly there won't probably be that many major updates as I try to load up an OS and do some OCing on this.

The case is going to require a little bit of black paint on the side near the case front as you can see in the last pic the orange and green showing through

This computer still doesn't have any rear fans and I am still working on that along with how I want to theme them in

The motherboard once well tested will have some theme tranformations of its own...stay tuned

I wish I had some fiberglassing skills which would really add to this mod

I am still working on a clean blacklight install hopefully I can figure that one out soon

If anyone has some input please send it my way I am always looking to bounce a couple of ideas around.

Thanks again for the great response to this thread!!!!
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post #25 of 38
Man, those stripes add a real 'trippy' look to the inside, especially with the mobo in. I love it!

Fiberglassing is intimidating yes, but its not that hard. What do you want to do exactly? Perhaps bondo would be better. Toss your idea out there, theres plenty of great minds here to help
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post #26 of 38
I like the contrast between black housing and stripy/trippy interior.
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post #27 of 38
i would get an aftermarket cpu cooler if your planning on overclocking other than that its looking awesome could always get a zalman 9700 and mod it with uv reactive paint :-D
post #28 of 38
just wow! at least you wont be tripping over it in the dark
    
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just wow! at least you wont be tripping over it in the dark
You ever tripped over your pc in the dark? lol!
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post #30 of 38
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Originally Posted by PCModifiers View Post
This computer still doesn't have any rear fans and I am still working on that along with how I want to theme them in
Here - Closest thing i could find to match. Although upon further inspection:

Quote:
NANOXIA - CLOSED

nanoxia will be discontinued.
The ex european distributor xen micro GmbH registered the trademark nanoxia against all aggrements on their own name.
All products wich will come with the nanoxia trademark on the market will not be original "nanoxia" products.

the original founder and engineer behind nanoxia - May 08
..so maybe not.
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