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post #3321 of 3369 (permalink) Old 01-14-2019, 09:38 AM
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whats that side car case? did you buy extra case to hack?
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post #3322 of 3369 (permalink) Old 01-14-2019, 10:49 AM
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This is a project that I have just finished. Took about 3 months (parts are hard to find here and need wait to get them from Amazon.)
Now that's impressive. God damn.

Needs a bit more RGB if you ask me though

On a somewhat related note I woke up today to find an email from a UK vendor saying my HardwareLabs Black Ice SR2 480 MP radiator just shipped. I forgot but I guess Saturday night/Sunday morning I came home drunk as hell and decided to buy it, lol. Just grabbed another Corsair SP120 fan so I'll be replacing my 360mm version of the same rad, getting rid of my dual bay LCD fan controller and rigging up my old iPhone 6S Plus to display info (figuring out mount options right now).

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nice build. I see you went with the lightbar upgrade on those Corsair Dominators and you got LCD panel running the CAM software. I see you . btw check out the new cam preview. its looking good. http://nzxt.co/cam-preview
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post #3325 of 3369 (permalink) Old 01-21-2019, 07:56 AM
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nice build. I see you went with the lightbar upgrade on those Corsair Dominators and you got LCD panel running the CAM software. I see you . btw check out the new cam preview. its looking good. http://nzxt.co/cam-preview
Hi,no, the dominators came with the white leds in it. Nice the new cam view
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post #3326 of 3369 (permalink) Old 01-26-2019, 11:03 PM
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did u make all the bending bad on purpose ?
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did u make all the bending bad on purpose ?
The rad > res could be redone but the rest of the bends are actually pretty awesome.

On an unrelated note: did anyone know these existed? I'm somewhat intrigued but I would have to redo the entire look of my build and I won't be doing that for a while.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/TTP5...962240925.html




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Yea I found those on eBay and some of them look REALLY great. May get one one day.

Thanks, yea I plan to remount the res and redo the tube going from gpu to psu
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So, I’ve moved my EKWB CE420 radiator lower in my Core P5. And so now I have a hole above the radiator that I’d like to fill with something, to block airflow from entering that way, but also just to lean up the look.
I’m looking for something that’s about 5.75” wide x 2.25” high to mount just above the radiator. I could just cut apiece of sheet metal and paint it black, but seems like a good place to put something useful.
Anyone have any suggestions?

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