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Nice job on the on the fan update. Looks factory.
Got that right. :
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post #42 of 71
Where did you get that window done? That's awesome!

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I'm repping you just because I love the LM, GITS, and CITR. You can probably tell, lol!
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post #44 of 71
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I'm having him mock one up for me. Using the under construction Deathstar and Overclock.net logo. Dropping out the first letter and merging it with the Deathstar graphic and using the OC flame for the 2nd letter o in the logo. I'm thinking I might have some Tie Fighters etched in as well.
That sounds sweet. I can't wait to see it. I love the Star Wars touch. Definitely get some tie fighters in there. I was a bit of a Star Wars fan back in the day. bought this back in the early 90's.

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Originally Posted by FannBlade View Post
Nice job on the on the fan update. Looks factory.
Got that right. :
Thanks guys. I'm trying to make my mods to the case as clean and factory looking as I can. Its been a lot of fun so far.
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Where did you get that window done? That's awesome!

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OCN artisan Pedgette. He was very reasonable on the price and I will be using him again on my next build.
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I'm repping you just because I love the LM, GITS, and CITR. You can probably tell, lol!
LOL thanks!
post #48 of 71
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That sounds sweet. I can't wait to see it. I love the Star Wars touch. Definitely get some tie fighters in there. I was a bit of a Star Wars fan back in the day. bought this back in the early 90's.

I been a Star Wars fan since it first hit the Drive In Theatre down the hill from the Apartment Complex we lived in when I was 4 or 5 mebbe a little older. Can't remember which it was. But we lived on Oahu and it was the Summer so we could be out late(Hadn't really had any issues with Pedos etc at that time) which for us was after dark. Anyhoo, my first showing of Star Wars I sat on the warm junction box and caught it for the first time and w/o sound. I made up my own story to go along with the view.

When I went in a raved about that movie for a week and my folks packed us in the Car, had us jump in the trunk and drove in where we promptly got out climbed in the car and gnoshed on all the delicacies the DriveIn had to offer while sitting there absolutely mesmerized by the movie me and my brothers. I caught every Star Wars in the Drive In until Episode 1. That kinda sucked to be in the Theatre environment after experiencing the other three in the DriveIn environment. But at least the sound was better.

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I got the paracord today so I can start sleeving EVERYTHING!

Here's what I got. Purple, Kelly Green and Charcoal Gray.



My sleeving tools. Staples... check. Butane torch... check. Scissors... check. Dice and a drink pitcher... wait what?



Why is there a pair of dice and a drink pitcher? The dice is my color randomizer. I want to avoid sleeving in a pattern. This is my attempt to throw in a little variety to my sleeving job. But what about the pitcher? Its my paracord dispenser!




Much easier than pulling paracord from a pile on the floor.

As a test of how well I can keep the heat shrink even I'm starting with a 4-pin molex adapter from an older PSU.



After about half an hour I had this.




I'm pretty happy with the results.

I picked up a new modular PSU also. I got a great deal from NewEgg ($70 off!).




That's gonna be it for the sleeving until my days off. I want to be able to set aside a proper amount of time to do the PSU properly.

Cheers and thanks for looking!
Edited by Philistine - 4/4/11 at 5:41pm
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Just playing around with braiding the wires.


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