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Yes I am, and you can imagine the pain in building such a system in NZ with the lack of parts and cost of overseas shipping.

Where is the NZ group, can you point me there?
I most certainly can! I have been considering upgrading to an i7, a DFI X58 board and a 5850, but the prices are incredibly high, especially for a student! I am thinking of getting some of my parts from Australia as there are people over there who have offered to help me out if I need cheaper parts

Here is the link to the NZ club too http://www.overclock.net/off-topic/5...-ocn-club.html
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Hey, I removed the cage initially as well but as other have pointed out, the panel above it is quite weak and leans down. I decided to push the dual rad closer to the rear panel and put one side of the cage back in where it provides the move support. I was able to fit it back to its original position which means I could use the same rivet holes, if you were to do it, you'd just not remove it at all I think.



Thanks for your kind comment. The carbon fiber is only a few dollars a sheet so no reason not to use it sparingly =) I'm happy to hear you appreciate the effort I made to balance the performance with aesthetic.

As for the RAM, it might have something to do with the fact we are both from NZ. But reall it was cause the Dominator GT's were out of stock and one of my local shops said this ram was good. I google'd it and seemed to be pretty good.
thanks man, thats a great build there. so youre saying i could just remove one side of the lower hard drive bay and keep the second one there for stability?
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thanks man, thats a great build there. so youre saying i could just remove one side of the lower hard drive bay and keep the second one there for stability?
Yes, the only problem would be that if you cut a grill it will not be aligned with the factory cut grill. I have 2 radiator stands holding it up to allow for airflow as I didn't wanna cut anything
    
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Yes, the only problem would be that if you cut a grill it will not be aligned with the factory cut grill. I have 2 radiator stands holding it up to allow for airflow as I didn't wanna cut anything
oh alright. got it. thanks.
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Hmm, can't decide if I want to join now, or wait and be the special 500th member... :-P

Fuk it, who cares what number you are anyways?



I don't know why the tubing looks orange in this picture, cause its defiantly red in person, and in the other photos. Must be the flash or something.



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Nice setup solmors :toast:
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New cpu block and motherboard full cover block:

















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Wow, Wer, it looks great!
    
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post #3980 of 106081
congrats wermad, you are now in the lead for most updates. ;-)
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