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[Case Gallery] Element copper

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by seinron, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. wildbeast99t New Member

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    Is it fanless?
     
  2. manofthem

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    I can't believe people are voting a 5; they must be jelly or modder's enemy!
     
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    Now that's more like it...

    10/10 from me... =D
     
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    This is some pro stuff. Shouldve used a copper top block though, but its good.
     
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    No it's not fanless, there is two 120 MM on the front, one 200MM on the side panel and one 200MM on the top ! ;)
     
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    this is one of the rare times when I hand out a 10/10.

    What are you using to connect the tubing with the blocks?
     
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    I want to see more pics
     
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    Very badass lookin' !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I dig the artistic shots but could you take a couple of plain straight wide shots so I get a better mental picture of it?
     
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    52 votes ! that says it all keep up the great work.
     
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    great build, looks awesome with the copper tubes :)

    Edit: I see you have 2133Mhz Dominator, could you maybe share which bios you are using on the Sabertooth, and what timings do you use for the memory? I've think I have the same memory but I can't get it to run @ 2133Mhz, it won't boot and reverts back to 1866Mhz. Thanks :)
     
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    Very nice and clean build.
     
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    Frickin love this man!Looks neat as!Definitly would love some more pics! =)
     
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    love your RIG mate :toast:
    it looks so awesome...wish I can build a RIG like yours :D
     
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    This looks AMAZING! O.O Really clean look, must have taken forever to get the copper tubing at the right length
     
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    Looks AMAZINGLY neat! Well done.
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    Perfect! 10/10!
     
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    Nice work on this build,, It shows time and thought was put into it,, When I'm not able to build right now, it's good to see this type of work in the gallery. Hope to see more
     
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    Absolutely wonderful 10/10
     
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    Great pipework.I love your design. What kind of pipe bender did you use? What is the radius of your bend, it looks pretty tight?

    The smallest hand tool to bend 12mm tubing that i could find has a 36mm radius. Anything smaller than that and you need a big and complicated CNC bender.
     
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    Awesome. Very artfully done. How long did this build take? I can only imagine the patience involved...I like it very much!
     
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    You pushed this thing to near perfection and deserve the highest grade I ever gave and that's 9/10.

    EDIT after seeing the whole mod section I decided to change my vote from 9 to 10/10. You are one of the nine guys I gave a perfect score of 10/10 after viewing all mods from page 1 to page 30. This case mod is something you can truly be proud of.
     
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