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post #7621 of 22279
spend lots of money all at once then immediately regret it for the next couple days until the parts start arriving.
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post #7622 of 22279
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

I'm stuck in such a rut when it comes to modding/building right now. I think part of it is I've spent so much time studying the last few months that it's hard to get into anything else. My brain is still in study mode.

When you feel the block, what do you do to get past it?

Put the jigsaw to metal and create something.
post #7623 of 22279
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I'm stuck in such a rut when it comes to modding/building right now. I think part of it is I've spent so much time studying the last few months that it's hard to get into anything else. My brain is still in study mode.

When you feel the block, what do you do to get past it?

I dont ever seem to be in that situation, i have about 30 concept case designs, my issue is i dont have the skills/resources to actually make something haha,

had a few concepts for case labs products if you were interested smile.gif
post #7624 of 22279
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This - the MDPC one is very good which is why it's the base that LC starts from. These crimpers are very different to the cheap ones you get anywhere else. The other difference is that people also use different core wire - Lutro0's version really shines with fatter cored wire e.g. 16AWG - something that the original unmodified one can't handle as well. So a lot depends on the wire you use. If you had an early lutro0 version it also may have struggled with 18AWG, but by the third version it was good on both. If you have an early version talk to Lutro0 and get it fixed! If you've only ever crimped regular 18AWG though you probably won't notice much difference. Those of you who really have tried LC and think the MDPC is better I'd be interested to know why and what wire you used with it.

BTW you'd all be paying a lot more for MDPC if LC wasn't around and Nils would make you get up at 2am to place an order wink.gif So devout MDPCers should still be happy for the competition thumb.gif

Just a quick reply to this. I will indeed replace any bottom jaws that were sent with the first two versions as the final version we have now is perfect and I would not mind sending a free one to show it off. =P
post #7625 of 22279
I received mine back last June. When did rev. 3 get put out?
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post #7626 of 22279
Modded front to fit 360 radiator in push/pull since 360 rad mount doesn't fit... First time kind of modding on my SM5


post #7627 of 22279
I've started a build log for my first water cooling project featuring Caselabs S5. I'm going to jump right into the deep end by starting with acrylic tubing, I'm feeling a little bit nervous but super excited at the same time. biggrin.gif Here's a link if you want to give it a look:

Project Primitus - Caselabs S5 | Water Cooling | Acrylic | Custom Cabling - [Build Log]
post #7628 of 22279
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I've started a build log for my first water cooling project featuring Caselabs S5. I'm going to jump right into the deep end by starting with acrylic tubing, I'm feeling a little bit nervous but super excited at the same time. biggrin.gif Here's a link if you want to give it a look:

Project Primitus - Caselabs S5 | Water Cooling | Acrylic | Custom Cabling - [Build Log]

Measure measure measure. That is the key to getting perfect runs.
post #7629 of 22279
Yeah, measure twice three times ... seven times and cut once, isn't that what they say?
post #7630 of 22279
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Measure measure measure. That is the key to getting perfect runs.

Yes, I second that and cannot stress this enough! thumb.gif
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