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Project Marshlands: A Military Themed Build..

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by keenan, Jul 20, 2013.

  1. Vario

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    Nice work with the copper
     
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  2. PopcornMachine

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  3. keenan

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    Thanks guys..

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    While I'm waiting on the last of the watercooling stuff to arrive I had a go at making some sli bridges..

    Definitely feeling the "less is more" feeling with this one.. ;)

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    Also had to move a few things around to re-position the pump under the res..

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  4. keenan

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    Thanks for all the amazing comments throughout this log guys, I should have the final update coming next week..
     
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  5. Grey_beard

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    You've done an amazing job with this build keenan.. a lot of us here in Corsair are very impressed! Superb execution from the very beginning up till the end :toast:

    btw, I got your message.. I'll work on it and get back to you as soon that I get an update.
     
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  6. keenan

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    Outstanding, thank you so much for the reply Grey_beard!!

    It's sad knowing this build is nearing it's final stages.. :(
     
  7. Grey_beard

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    Like what they say "All good things must come to an end" - But look at the bright side, now you get to wake up everyday and look at your creation with pride and joy.. a sense of great accomplishment. :)
     
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  8. ste2425

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    Brilliant, love it when people use copper pipes.
     
  9. keenan

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    I know what you mean.. Maybe I'll give it a few weeks while I fight the urge to start a new log :laugh:

    Thanks for the nice comment ste2435 ;)

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    Still waiting for the cooling liquid to arrive so I thought I'd keep myself busy..

    Went through all the leftover bits and found just what I needed ;)


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    Results..

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  10. keenan

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    Last Update and this build is now finished..


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    Thanks for all the support and motivation from all you guys.. It's been an outstanding experience..


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    Gratz on finishing it! This is quite the good looking project!
     
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    Incredible!
     
  13. keenan

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    Thanks guys, it was a very enjoyable project..
     

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