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post #21 of 47 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 08:14 PM - Thread Starter
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I made a another 4pin molex (directly goes into the PSU) and power switches/LEDs combo set. Let's make it all black this time
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post #22 of 47 (permalink) Old 07-24-2019, 06:57 AM
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Antec 300 Mod to top all before it.
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now my antec three hundred looks so .... basic

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Love how your photography skills evolved over the years!

Also, you must be a master at sanding and spraypainting by now
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Love how your photography skills evolved over the years!

Also, you must be a master at sanding and spraypainting by now
Thanks! I did get a better camera, so part of it due to that and you don't want to know how many hours I spent on sanding and spray painting for this build lol
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now my antec three hundred looks so .... basic
We all have to start somewhere you know
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Sorry about the lack of update past few days, but here comes moooooooore pics!!!
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These were taken about 1 or 2 month ago while working on the 12 month maintenance. I ended up redo some more tubes figured might as well take some more pics.
Here are some pics with the old tubing which I've been using since summer last year. You can see the residue from the uv blue previously had in the system, time to give it a proper cleaning up!
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You can see the new tubing are now siting below the GPU, which provide a bit more room to access the motherboard area. Also made a little tweak to the drain system which I like a lot more than the previous version.
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But such a tight fit though haha, literally 2mm gap between the res and the tubing from GPU to res, but that's exactly part of the fun right?
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