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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Phaewryn

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    THAT looks NICE.
     
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    I have welder goggles if necessary! All my clothes are washed in UV filtering additive too. I really have to get a job though. Ugh. Daytime. People. Responsibility. *dislike*
     
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    well I'm off for a wee bit I'm going to reformat and reinstall win 7 and all the latest drivers and wotnots
     
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    work nights less hassle fewer people no daylight ;)
     
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    Town is too small, nothing's open but one gas station after 9PM.
     
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    Buggar pfft:ohwell: then become a Ninja :rockout:

    well later peoples
     
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    Here's updated pics of my rig, with better cable management :)

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    There's no room left behind the tray to hide those excess cables so i just tied them against the back panel =X
     
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    I was about to ask if you were English for using fuck off in that context, then I saw were you're based, you guys and the Auzzies are as bad as us when it comes to inventive use of context! :laugh:
     
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    I have same rig. We can compete. :D
    I'm gonna mount a rotating disco ball under my hard drive there in that big open space inside that cage.
     
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    Same case here. It's pretty good but it needs some improvements unfortunately :( Definitely worth the money though :D
     
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    Nice Build Bud.... Pull on those cables boss. It won't hurt them :) Just don't stress the connections.
    If it helps.... plan out your cabling. That is what I do.... I actually spend about 10 minutes looking at my options before doing it.
    Then I do one cable at a time.... while thinking about the cable I will be a tempting next.
     
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    Beautiful rig man, just beautiful. You did a great job on it. I like all of the EVGA stuff coming together. :toast:
     
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    Thanks a million boss I appreciate it. I am considering getting some single sleeved NZXT cable extensions next to give it a little more cleanliness what do you think ???
     
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    You know you like my back end ;)



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    ive heard good things about the NZXT cables,

    and if youre on a budget then thats the ones you should get

    there is some guy at XS who does som insanely nice sleeved extensions, but the price is also a bit high, ask Sneekypeet where he got his

    could one of the americans do me a favor next month?

    i want a EVGA gtx-470 backplate, but evga doesnt ship to denmark, so id ask one of you to buy me one and ship it to me, ill pay through PP ofc
     
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    Crys1s_Gam3r :D They are worth the extra loot;)
     
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    how much did you pay for yours?
     
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    IIRC is was $40 for the 24-pin in blue and white, he offered to do damn near anything as long as it was do-able (pattern and colors).
     
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    Coldstorm, I love your back end, so shiny!
     
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    that is NOT too expensive imo

    it does take some time, and the cost of good sleeving aswell.
     
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    And in my instance, something nobody offers retail;)
     
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    im thinking about doing it here in Denmark,

    the sleeving from mdpc isnt too expensive, i still have 1/2 of mine left which is going to CP
     
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    How much is that backplate? Also how much does it weigh? I can help get it to Denmark for a TPU friend :)
     
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