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post #11 of 50 (permalink) Old 05-08-2010, 04:34 AM
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Looks awesome there nafjhy , very neat and , still very functional, simplicity at ist best , well done !
hey swaggy!

thanks man! though after building it and what not, i definitely found a good number of flaws.

though i'm chalking up those flaws to the name and saying its ok.


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Nice.

My only concern would be putting an HD right next to the PSU. I'd be concerned about possible radiofrequency or electromagnetic interference screwing up the HD.
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Nice.

My only concern would be putting an HD right next to the PSU. I'd be concerned about possible radiofrequency or electromagnetic interference screwing up the HD.
thank you.

i was more concerned about the HDD blocking airflow than the other two you mentioned. for the most of my time with HDDs, i've had them ridiculously close to the motherboards and the PSU and I haven't had any issue before so i'm not too worried.


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I say Plasti-dip it. Or give it an acid bath and let it rust.
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This is a great build, i really like the mobo on top with all the rest underneath, but most of all....i love the feet

Getting it to rust is also a top idea, sometimes going the opposite way to a smart finish is just as effective, a mild acid should do it.

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Excellent job, Naffy.

Man! That looks sharp, and it certainly gets the job done.

Well done!

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This is a great build, i really like the mobo on top with all the rest underneath, but most of all....i love the feet

Getting it to rust is also a top idea, sometimes going the opposite way to a smart finish is just as effective, a mild acid should do it.
thanks! i'll most likely do effects to it after i get back to california in early june.
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Excellent job, Naffy.

Man! That looks sharp, and it certainly gets the job done.

Well done!
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Real men wire their lights into fan controllers or mod switches up to them Naf!

It looks really great! I've always leaned toward function over form so I like this bro. I kind of like the raw, non-'decorated' look to it!



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