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My Coolermaster HAF 932 build...

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by spidernose, May 23, 2011.

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    Nice clean setup , is that a Asus Rampage mobo by any chance?
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    Sweet rig!! Job well done on Project Crimson. :respect: :respect: :toast:
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    I love this build. The black and red is common but you did it well.
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    I'm loving the colour scheme. And the cable management is just godly.
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    look at the first pic ;)
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    Amazing job on the sleeving and cable management. I bet that took lots of time and patience.
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    Yeah I keep thinking I'm going to sleeve my workstations and then I look at a perfect sleeving job like this and just shake my head and get reallllyy lazy.
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    It takes a bit of time to do correctly. If you have a nice PSU like a Silverstone
    strider it helps make it easier. From what I understand the Corsair modulars
    are hard to work with. If you want some pointers just let me know.

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    I would love to know what parts and tools you went with in particular. I'm willing to purchase a new PSU and replace my current XFX one to sleeve with. I'll just pop the XFX one in another computer.

    I just want to go all black with my sleeving though. I have my eye on this PSU now: SILVERSTONE Strider Gold ST1200-G 1200W ATX 12V v2... . I've heard so many great things about silverstone psu's and never actually used one myself. I've always went with antec/corsair, and more recently XFX/seasonic. My XFX is not fully modular. I'm guessing fully modular would be easy with the right sleeving kit. I could even go the cheater way and buy sleeved extensions, but I'd like to do it for real just to learn the right way.

    I would kind of like to do a 100% all black build in my Antec 1200 case. I've been wanting to mod it up for a while...
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    Get your sleeve and tools here.

    Sleeve: http://en.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-sleeve/sleeve.htm
    Pin Extractor: http://en.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-sleeve/sl...e-tools/pin-remover-by-molex-the-original.htm
    Crimper and Terminals: http://en.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-crimping.htm

    This guys is in Germany but don't be deterred. He has the best sleeve. And it only takes
    a week to 10 days to receive your goodies.

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    Oh I'm definitely going to buy a bunch of stuff here. I have my eyes all over the sleeving. It looks fantastic. I want to sleeve everything. I'll have to dedicate a weekend to modding my 1200 this summer. I haven't had time to sit down and really work on any of my machines in a long time due to my business.

    I might be PM'ing you for help later on. Yours looks so amazing. Thanks for the tips man. :respect:
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    Nils over at MDPC-X is great. He will even give you directions on the ins and outs of
    sleeving.

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