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post #401 of 405 (permalink) Old 06-17-2013, 09:17 AM - Thread Starter
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Haha thanks man. This was quite the project. Yeah the Titans were awesome. Was just working a lot of OT a little while back and had the cash. Weather got nice soon after though and I was hardly on my rig. So I did a deal with a member for a 690 + cash and now I'm just rocking that. Doesn't hold a candle to a pair of Titans, but it gets the job done when I need it. I'm sure when winter starts to come I will be heading back to something more powerful, in the mean time I'm outside as much as I can be! thumb.gif
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post #402 of 405 (permalink) Old 09-21-2013, 09:28 AM
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Great build! Very clean and a lot of really cool details. I like your color combo too.

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Thanks man, I appreciate the compliments! This build was really fun, so much that I might do a new one soon! lol can't seem to stop modding.
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Well here are the final photo's of this build:

First I did a review of the XSPC ram kit. It was night mare to get it hooked up without the correct fittings and extensions. I also thought it would be fun to put everything in the same loop. It wasn't. doh.gif It did seem to increase the flow rate though.




Now I am doing a review of a Phantek Enthoo Primo so that is my next build. Here is what's left of this one:

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Wow man, well there is always a time to move on.. and I guess its now. I can't wait to see the new case!

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