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i dont know how u did it man i would kill myself if i had to sleeve all that
    
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wow, way to necro-post
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true but its oh so good to see this build again.
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oooooh!!! look who it is!

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It's funny, looking back at this whole project, I would do so many things differently. This build is pretty enough in a work log, but sitting here next to me...

I can't do anything with it. It's an absolute nightmare to work on.

Chalk it up to "I learned a lot".
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really? i'm surprised that its a nightmare.

it just looks soo beautiful!

then again, i know what you mean... i would do lots of stuff differently with my various builds... ><
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Thanks for the kind words.

It is purty, but yeah, it wasn't real well thought out.

To access the PSU/pump/res, you need to pull the top. To pull the top, you need to pull the sides. To pull the sides, you need to unplug the LED's. I've found that's a lot of steps to just top off the water or fiddle with a molex. It doesn't help that you can't really pull the top, because its all tied down with the top port wiring.

I won't even start with what all needs to be done if I actually wanted/needed to change out a fan. I'm really not sure what I was thinking there.

I guess everyone has to have a first build.
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Your first build was epic I can't wait to see your stuff in the competition, be prepared to get wooped though
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Thanks for the kind words.

It is purty, but yeah, it wasn't real well thought out.

To access the PSU/pump/res, you need to pull the top. To pull the top, you need to pull the sides. To pull the sides, you need to unplug the LED's. I've found that's a lot of steps to just top off the water or fiddle with a molex. It doesn't help that you can't really pull the top, because its all tied down with the top port wiring.

I won't even start with what all needs to be done if I actually wanted/needed to change out a fan. I'm really not sure what I was thinking there.

I guess everyone has to have a first build.
That does sound like a lot of work... but its so sweet looking.

When is the A05 project getting picked back up?
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