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[Project] Resurrection: Erazer's Dominator

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  1. ERazer

    ERazer

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    First of all welcome to my first ever project log :D

    Well my goal is pretty simple since this is my 1st major mod and its gonna be an ongoing mod


    • HAF932- Paint job (black/blue)
    • Water loop
    • change LED to blue
    • add 5870 in the loop
    • add UV cold cathode with switch
    • replace fittings with compressions


    My old set-up, check my system spec on the left panel, pretty generic no wow factor

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    *Currently 7/14/2010

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    And my WC parts:

    • EK Supreme HF
    • Swiftech MCP655-B
    • EK-Multioption Res 250
    • PA120.3 rad
    • EK Barbs 1/2

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  2. brandonwh64

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    paint the interior? what other mods to you have in mind?
     
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  3. ERazer

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    prolly paint the front mesh with blue to compliment giga board
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    nice! looks good!
     
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    Nice loop man, top notch. Subbed for the pics/inspiration to come.
     
  6. ERazer

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    well i started a lil late so i got this far and i cant figure out how to take out this part :banghead:

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    you should paint the mesh on the front, did it on my brother's HAF and it looks awesome!
     
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    Quick update: literally took me 10-15min to take out the rivets :cool:

    My tip: use drill not sure if u guys know that, some peeps use dremil that takes 4ever :p

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    What color scheme are you doing again? Black/Blue? Humm, wonder what paint would do you best... I assume it's going to be sprayed.

    I wonder if there is a cheap spray alternative that could possibly match a powder coat look/feel.
     
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    well i finish base coat, kinna like it, but mlee49 is right needs texture

    Off to home depot

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    and the mesh :D still dunno wat kinna blue to get. Light, dark blue, candy blue, baby blu gives me headache :banghead:

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    dark blue gets my vote, go for a metallic navy blue.
     
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    well im not gonna get 4870 waterblock its lil out my budget besides gonna upgrade gfx in next month hopefully.

    soo wat to do with this vVv to match up with my theme, u know it paint it hehe

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    Mesh done !!!! :cool: wat u guys think?

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    VGA done, wish i could paint PCB ;p and Case pics coming next

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    as promise, case pics enjoy :D

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    yes it is

    hope not, or im gonna be piss

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    well i hit a dead end after doing test run got major leak on rad :banghead: one of the mounting hole got screw tip stuck and punctured the rad :shadedshu hopefully i get a refund, its freaking 4:20 am got no time for this crap, such a nice rad if it works

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    ahh shitty deal about the rad! but everything else looks awesome...GREAT JOB so far and the blue/black front panel looks amazing!
     
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    that mesh looks amazing
     
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    thank god i did a test run or ill be in alot shit
     
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    I can only imagine! :nutkick: :cry:
     

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