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

  1. Finners

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    bleed the system of air? i ended up taking the 120 rad off and holding it higher than the rest of the system, running it for a while and using that bleed/fill port on top of the RAD to get rid of the air. worked pretty well
     
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    How do you get that tubing to fit over the fittings? I mean it doesn't stretch like normal tubing? Just wondering because I have always wanted to mod something like that.

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    "Night Fire II" as it is right now until I decide were to take it from here. Lots of ideas, but nothing concrete, I keep changing my mind, the case offers so many possibilites. Yeah I know, the mATX looks tiny in there but my current system was built from a Antec mini P180 last year, so sue me :p


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    My desk setup with my older case

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    Interesting case design. I like it. The airflow looks really good.
     
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    Figure I'd post a pic of the inside of my NZXT H2. I posted it in the NZXT Case Clubhouse along with a long-winded review (more like rant) about the case.

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    Please excuse the less-than-ideal cable management.
     
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    My new gaming chair.

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    Add two slim LED fans and RAM 4GBx2.

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    Exterior look. I think I'm done (for now).

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    :laugh: There's no such thing with building PC's!
     
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    Not my PC, but a PC I built for a friend using some of his older parts (hence the 460 and the older x58 chipset) and some new parts;

    Some of the best cable management I've done (except for around the 120mm exhuast fan and CPU cooler, but I fixed that up later).

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    That's really neat.

    Excellent cable management where it's unseen behind the motherboard = badass.
     
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    Both actually :toast:
     
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    The chair is roughly $500. With reclining capability and real leather (only seating area), it's quite a bargain. I bought it from a local manufacturer, though.
     
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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY to me! :D:toast:

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    Yeah baby, self birthday presents rock!
     
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    Not my best WM but i plan to switch PSUs to a modular one soon, So I didn't spend much time on it.
     
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    Nice!!! The XB is taking over ATM ;)
     
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  21. Thrackan

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    That's actually the first HAF case I can like :) Kudos for the originality.
     
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    It's a tech station in a case! Love it:toast:
     
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    can i join here? here's my tempest 410 elite^^

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    Oh yes, the HAF XB will assimilate everyone
     
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