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

  1. Knight091

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    Ya I have a fix for my PSU. Look at the pic of my computer.
    I have not finished it yet but after it will hid the
    Wires and also look cool. I will have red plastic
    With a red light behind it. My case will also have more lighting around
    the case.
     
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    CRUNCH CRUNCH CRUNCH :peace:
     
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    Click on the photo here is mine atm.
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    I like how you used the GPU fan housing as a cable management hider.
     
  6. Knight091

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    Thanks. Ya I am going to put red plastic in the 3 holes in the side and add red lights in the case. Also add one in the fan housing to make it pop. Still think about ideas.
     
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    Take a look at the video I posted just click on the pics. I have a 932 but got the HAF X instead
     
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    Cool case and vid..:)
     
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    Yes, I know my desk is a disaster, but whatever :p
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    It's not the cleanest setup ever, but it's not bad looking, wicked fast, and not too loud. I'm going to install the HD7950 at some point, but haven't had time yet.
     
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    Did the rough cut on my side panel. Made the window a bit larger. Still deciding on what to do for molding. I'll know once I get my sheet of plexi tomorrow.

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    Fairly nice upgrade to my rig.
    Went to
    8gb RipjawsX from 4gb Gskill flares
    1090T to FX8350
    CM Storm Enforcer to NZXT 810
    And sleeving for both gpus,24pin mobo & 8pin
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    Will be throwing in a H100i or H110 soon.
     
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    I really like your red theme :rockout:

    I just changed all of my 1/4" barbs to EK compression fittings for my WC'd Titans:

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    A lot of ppl had suggested the change before, so I decided to give it a shot, the seal is much tighter than with barbs and hose clamps, thanks for the suggestion guys!! :D
     
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    why not turn that back rad arround ?
    Nice Build !!
     
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    I was thinking the same thing :)
     
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    haha this looks like that emergency exit slings in military aircraft :p
     
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    MxPhenom 216 Corsair Fanboy

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    Nice! do you know how you are going to attach the plexi? Double sided tape or drill some holes to do bolts/nuts.
     
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    First of all, thank you for your comments :)

    I believe someone asked the same question the fist time I posted pics of my loop. You see, because of the way the rad uses the exhaust fan to fasten its mounting bracket, if I turn it around the exit for the tubes in my case is still about an inch above the rad's intake and out take, the tube bends in such a way that makes it kink and cuts the water flow.

    I tried using elbows to direct the flow but there's not enough room even with the bracket and fan to make such a tight bend using that method.

    The only way to fix it was to turn around the rad and make the tubes gently curve out of the case in such a way that it wont compromise the flow :p

    I know huh? Like the ejection handles on the F-14 seats, nice observation, maybe I'll paint them with yellow and black stripes to make it look cool, that's a thought :)
     
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    Where there's a will, there's a way ;)
     
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    I know.... I guess I could drill new holes in my case that coincide with the connectors... that's probably what I'll do, will keep you posted.
     
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    to make good bends with tubes i used to use these springs

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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Wow. That's a weel wed wadiator!
     
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    nice!
     

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