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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Quote Originally Posted by Toothy1911 View Post
    My first watercooling loop I put together about a month ago
    That case is awesome. I might look into picking one of them up myself. My computer is long overdue a new case.

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Godamm, that is quite something.

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Those MNPC cases are amazing, firefly one especially. Would love to do something like that, but having a decent workshop to build it in seems like a must to even think about attempting it.

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    My new case, the Enermax Ostrog.


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    oooo that is looking rather sexy! however...i think you should mod the hell out of the front and add a blowhole
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKTAK View Post
    It was so small that mine wouldn't fit into it

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Think I need a DSLR

    Heres my updated pics anyway


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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Wow some of these are amazing!

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Bill Owen where did you get the inspiration to make something like that?

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    New PC case. Silverstone TJ04-E.








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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Very clever this, love it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Owen View Post
    Finished the "DiRT Showdown" PC build with Fractal-design Define R3. The interior and exterior custom paint finish is a combination “House of Kolor” Kandy Orange with touch of Red over “House of Kolor” “Shimrin Metajuls” Gold Basecoat. Under the hood is Sapphire’s Radeon HD 7950 and Pure Black 990FX motherboard. 16GB of AMD “Performance Edition” DDR3. Keeping AMD’s 8-core FX-8150 3.6GHz processor cool while gaming is AMD’s new Liquid CPU Cooler. The cooling fans are 140mm and 120mm Xigamatek cooling fans with White LEDS.
















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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Here's a few pics of a reasonably low-cost Corsair 650D computer build I did recently.

    I'm quite pleased with it as a lot of the tech inside is quite old and has been recycled from an old system. Still, it looks pretty decent and performs well.

    It isn't cutting edge, but it is clean and tidy, functional, and serves my needs.











    ^^ This picture shows two things: (1) the Corsair 650D's stock fan controller cables, which have not been used and have been bunched/collected here, (2) the cables going to the used Lamptron FC5 V2 fan controller (3 x fan cables [coming from the left] + 1 x Molex power cable [coming from the right]).


    ^^ This picture shows how the stock PSU cables can be "pre-shaped" into a decent/useful shape before adding cable ties and/or before being added into the system.
    Last edited by D001; 05-07-2013 at 09:01 PM.

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    That's some pretty slick cable management!

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Thanks Diabo!

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    Re: Computer Case/Mods Gallery

    Nicely done! Always enjoy seeing a a nice clean real world build instead of all those fancy ones.
    Not saying the fancy ones aren't nice but way more than I can afford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doyll49 View Post
    Nicely done! Always enjoy seeing a a nice clean real world build instead of all those fancy ones.
    Not saying the fancy ones aren't nice but way more than I can afford.
    Thanks doyl -- I can certainly relate to what you are saying.

    Some of the elite builds are interesting to look at, but are so far out of my budget that its unreal.
    Last edited by D001; 18-07-2013 at 07:22 PM.

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    heres my rig
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