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[Case Gallery] Just an Update

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System Name My Gaming System
Processor Intel i7 4770k @ 4.4 Ghz
Motherboard Asus Maximus VI Impact (ITX)
Cooling Custom Full System Water cooling Loop
Memory G.Skill 1866 Mhz Sniper 8 Gb
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX 780 ti SC
Storage Samsung SSD EVO 120GB - Samsung SSD EVO 500GB
Display(s) ASUS W246H - 24" - widescreen TFT active matrix LCD
Case Bitfenix Prodigy
Power Supply Corsair AX760 Modular PSU
Software Windows 8.1 Home Primeum
#1
To view this case mod, go here.



Specs:
Intel i7 2600K, MSI Z68A-GD80 (G3), G.Skill Sniper 1866 Mhz 8GB, Intel X25 80GB SSD, Western Digital Black Caviar 500 GB, Seagate 500GB 2.5 Inch Backup Drive, XSPC RASA 750 240 Kit (w/blue Tygon) Cooler Master Silent RS1000 Watt PSU

Mods:
Hidden Seagate HDD Storage Drive, Changed Tubing from Kit, Changed stock fans, Nothing really special.... I will admit.... more or less just posting my system for the time being.

Again I am just posting my system for the time being. There is nothing too special in terms of modding. I do plan on modding some things soon.... but for the time being I am waiting for the funds.

BTW Yes I do know about the piece of fuzz on the PCIe 6-pin power connector. I apologize for not retaking the pictures but I was lazy today!
 
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Kent,England
Processor q6600
Motherboard Asus P5Q deluxe
Cooling Thermaltake pump & res withe tripple rad (taken from kandalf case)
Memory 2MB OCZ Reaper 1066mhz
Video Card(s) ati x1950xt (Tempory) Will Be ATI4850 within weeks
Storage 36gb raptor, 500GB samsung HD502IJ
Case Antec900
Power Supply Hiper typeR 580w
Software Vista Ultimate 32bit
#2
Looking good i have the same case but left it air cooled for now after my last wc set up leaked, but just an idea i got some black sticky back plastic to coat the side panel behind the hd cage looks much better and a cheap easy mod!
 
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On a dot in the sky, playin my geetar...
System Name Reaper
Processor AMD 8350 @4.8ghz
Motherboard Asus Rog Crosshair V Formula Z
Cooling Custom water cooling
Memory 16gb Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400
Video Card(s) Evga Gtx 970 Ftw X2 in SLI
Storage Samsung evo 250gb ssd(Win10), Crucial 120gb ssd(Win7), WD Caviar black 800gb, Wd Blue 1tb
Display(s) 32' inch Samsung
Case Corsair Obsidian 800D modded
Audio Device(s) Built into Motherboard soundblaster
Power Supply EVGA Supernova 850b2
Mouse EVGA Torq X10 Carbon fiber
Keyboard LOGITECH G910 rgb
Software Win7 ultimate + Win 10 Pro
Benchmark Scores https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Reaper_v3.4/builds/
#3
Rig looks nice bro, Simple tubing and not cluttered. The only detail that stood out, and stands out more every time I look, is those zip-ties on the psu's power cables at the gpu's. Turn them a bit or try sleeving them. I sleeved all of my zip-ties and you can't really tell they're even there.
 
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Location
Midwest USA
System Name My Gaming System
Processor Intel i7 4770k @ 4.4 Ghz
Motherboard Asus Maximus VI Impact (ITX)
Cooling Custom Full System Water cooling Loop
Memory G.Skill 1866 Mhz Sniper 8 Gb
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX 780 ti SC
Storage Samsung SSD EVO 120GB - Samsung SSD EVO 500GB
Display(s) ASUS W246H - 24" - widescreen TFT active matrix LCD
Case Bitfenix Prodigy
Power Supply Corsair AX760 Modular PSU
Software Windows 8.1 Home Primeum
#4
Rig looks nice bro, Simple tubing and not cluttered. The only detail that stood out, and stands out more every time I look, is those zip-ties on the psu's power cables at the gpu's. Turn them a bit or try sleeving them. I sleeved all of my zip-ties and you can't really tell they're even there.
Actually I plan on doing sleeveing on the the PCIe cables..... I just haven't got too it.

Also as a response to the over guy.... Yeah that is a great idea for a mod. Taking some vinyl decal and covering up the white spot behind the HDD tray