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Water & Wood (GTX 580 tri-SLI)

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by miahallen, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. miahallen

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    This is beautiful
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    I love your rig, and your office, it's so Zen.

    Good job, seems like you have invested a lot of time an effort on this build :)
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    Wow, just wow. Excellent build.
    Where's the rad? What rad are you using? I'd love to us a Mora Pro 3 in a desk mod, would go perfectly.
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    mlee49, check the 6th picture down, you can see the three 4x120mm Swiftech rads on the left of the photo ;)
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    I do believe I'm in love. One of the very best mods I've seen.
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    Not a fan of windows, especially ones with led's and weird symbols... besides that tho well done
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    Wow... I was prepared to check out the pictures and laugh. But damn, that sh!t looks good.

    Not a fan of the windows and the symbols though
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    Thanks guys, I'm an American living in Japan...hence my decision to integrate a cultural touch.
    The symbols say "Water" on the top and "Wood" or "Tree" on the bottom.
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    You're an artist!

    How long will you be able to keep that desk clutter-free?

    :laugh:
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    Clever
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    Its so clean!!! :)

    I can accept the glass/window but I am not a fan of the led water/wood symbols. A light glow from far inside would be enough to intrigue the unsuspecting eye. IMHO

    Excellent job on the build. :D
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    wow that looks pretty dam smart
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    Beautiful ! Compliments but it is too easy, you're out of the construction rules imposed by a standard case
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    Ditto... it is really clean.
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    Is that real wood? That game me ideas, i have a mobo tray from MMods. And always wanted a case that could hold quad rads. That's looks great
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    Nicely done. :cool:
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    The old portion of the dest is cheap partical board :(

    The add on stuff is pine :)
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    Is it passively cooled?
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    Check the build log for details ;)
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    WoW :eek:

    Well done mate, that is really nice, really clean and really original.
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    I love creativity like this, awesome job man:toast:
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    Now that is really cool.
    Are that 3 rads or is it just one big one??
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    Is that a Deck Legend Ice? :D

    Also, which Samsung model is that? It looks like a 275T but I doubt you'd use that for gaming.

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