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Its going to be very difficulty to get the colour right, as it is anodised ratehr than painted. Only thing I can think of is to touch it up with a black permanant marker
Still, some of the more hardened modders may have a better pro-tip
Cheers, might try it... Well its on hold till monday now gonna have the weekend to relax
On monday I hope to get the mobo wiring/cable tidy holes done and to get the castors on and maybe the radiator brackets installed for the base 360+240 radiators and fans.
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Very nice. Keep up the good work and hope all works out for the best!
    
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What does you're dad need such a computer for ?. Is this for watching high-definition porno ?. I mean you could have probably build him a budget build and he would have been happy.
Edited by 45nm - 11/28/08 at 1:00pm
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Can't wait to see this done!
     
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What does you're dad need such a computer for ?. Is this for watching high-definition porno ?. I mean you could have probably build him a budget build and he would have been happy.
How many of us are truly happy with our build?
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How many of us are truly happy with our build?
Well I for one will be. I still don't believe that a parent can need such sophisticated computer hardware and equipment. He probably would have been satisfied or happy even with a C2D/C2Q build not necessarily needing a i7.
post #58 of 139
Maybe his dad is a hardcore gamer. We don't know. One thing is for sure: he won't need a new rig for at least three or four years.
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Wow...does your dad game, tht-kid?
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He does now, what happened was his computer was starting to go out, orginally he wanted a budget build then he thaught about hooking a pc up to a new HD-TV so we got the TV and put my rig, goliath on it so he saw me playing a few games and tried a few himself and liked it, now he doesn't have any boy toys or anything so this is it

So we kinda played around with a few ideas and then came up with this...
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