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post #201 of 216 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 09:15 AM
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Well ofcourse it is, it's an awsome build and you should be very proud biggrin.gif

Now what are you doing with those green lights? rolleyes.gif

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Phwooaaarr. Just read through this thread. Very nice, never liked those Motherboards, but in a correctly themed build like this, they look amazing.

Didn't like the RAM cooler at first, but with the tubing fitted I think it works nicely. Agree about the green lights though, glad they are possibly changing!

As always, great, clean work B. yessir.gif

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She is gone,its back with the Dad......there is a empty hole in my life (and more space in the 'lab')....
I have something much better coming,Mark has said that he and his boy will do a video of him unwrapping it.
Much nicer than rig shots,i get to see his reaction as its him that im trying to impress.
I am quite looking forward to it


I will be doing a LAN box for myself i think....MilSpec II....I owe me it i think.


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post #204 of 216 (permalink) Old 12-15-2012, 12:39 PM
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I will be doing a LAN box for myself i think....MilSpec II....I owe me it i think.

To which case will you be doing the honor of modding?

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She is gone,its back with the Dad......there is a empty hole in my life (and more space in the 'lab')....
I will be doing a LAN box for myself i think....MilSpec II....I owe me it i think.
You should mod a Storm Scout 2 since it's already made for LAN rigs and I haven't seen many people mod it. If anything just don't use the Prodigy, it's way overused right now.

Edit: Actually another good idea would be to use a CM HAF XB or another boxy case and mount a handle to the top to make it sort of like an ammo box.

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Its actually a Scout II,I had the Scout 1 and was the first to put a 360 in the roof.
Lets see what i can cram in this one....


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Its actually a Scout II,I had the Scout 1 and was the first to put a 360 in the roof.
Lets see what i can cram in this one....

Nice... looking forward to that. Be sure to post a link in here to the new build log.

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Its actually a Scout II,I had the Scout 1 and was the first to put a 360 in the roof.
Lets see what i can cram in this one....
Hurray! I'm so pumped because that's the case I want to get in the future. The rugged design should be great for a military design case. The top will fit a 240mm rad by default and you should be able to mod the front to hold a 360mm rad. If not, removing all the lower drive mounts will at least allow for another much beefier 240mm rad.

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Hurray! I'm so pumped because that's the case I want to get in the future. The rugged design should be great for a military design case. The top will fit a 240mm rad by default and you should be able to mod the front to hold a 360mm rad. If not, removing all the lower drive mounts will at least allow for another much beefier 240mm rad.

Must have.. MOAR RADS! thumb.gif
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