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Its so.. clean. So clean it looks wrong. rolleyes.gif

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And the PC version?
Not leaked? PC PIRACY IS A PROBLEM? WAT.
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Oh good. Did they fix the sucking issue?
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Nice build man, that Mobo looks tiny compared to the case. Subbed thumb.gif

I know right!? And it's extended ATX too! Thanks for the sub.
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I must applaud you for dedicating your build to Erakith.

Thank you, he was a good friend and an amazing person. I can only hope that it would have made him proud.

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Nice doubleres!

Upgrades which are in consideration: U2713HM | Samsung 830 256GB | Keycaps | Sleeving | AX1200i
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The blue LEDs make it run cooler.
You should also get some Apple stickers so it won't get viruses, an Alienware logo so it can play games amazingly and some Razer gear so everyone knows you are totally 1337.


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Sweet build! wish i had those skills!! Green is my favorite color too thumb.gif are you going to sleeve your power cables in a uv green theme?

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The space looks plentiful, but once those rads go in, even the Mighty Fulmo looks cramped. I can't look at my case as cavernous any more redface.gif. Look awesome

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Looks great! The double res looks good. I wanted to do something similar but I could get it to work right.

Thanks! The Phantom is a bit tight for the double res setup.
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Its so.. clean. So clean it looks wrong. rolleyes.gif

Thanks...I think!
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Midplate is looking good!

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Nice doubleres!

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Sweet build! wish i had those skills!! Green is my favorite color too thumb.gif are you going to sleeve your power cables in a uv green theme?

Ahh my skills are not that great, just takes practice and time. Anyone willing to get their hands dirty and do some research can do this stuff too!
I will be doing some sleeving, I'm just undecided as to the colors. Suggestions on colors and who to get the sleeving from anyone?
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The space looks plentiful, but once those rads go in, even the Mighty Fulmo looks cramped. I can't look at my case as cavernous any more redface.gif. Look awesome

I know right! It is seriously about to get tight in there. When you first start in one of these cases you think you can do practically anything. Then you get going and it fills right up.
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Green and black cable sleeving would look cool

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Ok so here is the latest full update:

I basically finally got all the parts finished that I've been working on. I ran into an issue trying to get the res' mounted well. So I decided to build a mount to keep them stable. Then I thought, you know what would look pretty cool? I'll stick my SSD's behind them! It turned out pretty well if I do say so myself. Then I got it all cleaned off again and started my (hopefully) final installation. I have to say I am soo happy with the way it is all looking. I also finished the front panel for the mid plate which I'm pretty happy with as well.

I still need to finish many things off, the rivets need painted, I need to get some molding for the holes. I should have the rads and fans installed soon at which point I will be able to see just how I need to route the tubing. And of course sleeving...the list goes on! Getting there though and I'm very excited!





















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