Armor engraving

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February 23rd 2006
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Key Features:
AMD CPU Water-cooled
System Specs:
  • Sapphire PURE CrossFire Radeon Xpress 200P Advantage, 64 3000+ Venice 90nm 939, X800 GTO 256MB, Creative Audigy 7.1, 6.1 speakers, 80gb WD SATA, 160 Maxtor SATA, Corsair 1GB DDR XMS3200C2PT Platinum 2-3-3-6, Thermaltake 560watt Purepower
  • ThermaltakeArmor Black, Apple 20" widescreen moniter
Performed Mods:
Cut hole in windowed side panel, fillport in top of chassis, D-connector drilled in back plate. dual 120mm RAD mounted internally at rear, next to the PSU. Engraving on the window, engraving on the left wing, both performed by myself. two temp moniters in top bay, fan power source and speed moniter in the next bay down.
I have a thing for blue, so, most of the case is blue, bar the SATA cables/SATA power, which is green. Half inch w/c loop for the CPU, 1/4 inch for the graphics card (external) with a Koolance full card cooler.
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4 Comments on Armor engraving

#1
KennyT772
um better pics would be great. also no matter what take pics where they can be shown without twisting your head.
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#2
Tory
I'll vote when I can get a better view.
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#3
Yin
The radiator position looks good but if im not mistaken, when u put the window on there isnt going to be much airflow
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#4
wtf8269
Cool engraving from what I could tell from the pic. I have shaky hands so I couldn't ever do something like that.
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