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Old 30-11-09, 10:42 PM
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Connor aka Fox. from White Star GFX came to me right at the begining of the year asking about my Pay As You Mod scheme. We formed a basic plan there and then but such is live things have changed somewhat over the course of the year.

Connor brought my Lian Li A77 off me and then it went down hill rapidly! The internals have been powdercoated gloss white, the externals have had a lick of gloss white with a mint green and silver pearl mix for that subtle bling! The roof has an integrated TC 120.3 roof grill and a TTLC stock window cut.

Final hardware specs are:

Asus Rampage Formula

Intel E8400

Gskill Ripjaw 2x2gb PC2-9600 1200mhz

Nvidia 55nm GTX260

Innwin Commander 1500w

Cooling Specs are:

Time To Live Customs Green painted 120.3 Radiator

Full EK Mother board blocks

XSPC Edge V1 CPU Block

EK 55nm GT200b GTX260 Full cover water block

DDC Pro with XSPC Reservior Top

Enermax Cluster Fans

Case Specs are:

Lian Li A77

Gloss white podwercoated internals

Custom painted gloss white externals, white a mint green/silver custom mix pearl

Custom cut integrated roof grill & side window

Custom cut front Grill

















heres some pics of me failing to show the pearl!











Now when I started to get it together I really did think there was too much white and not enough green, even though the coolant will be green. So strangley Ive been toying with the idea of some ccfl's in the front which isnt like me at all....... What do you think?











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Old 30-11-09, 11:00 PM
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Soon....Soon

Cant wait tbh, laptop not cutting it for the work / gaming i do lol

Roll on WHITESTAR
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Old 01-12-09, 10:08 AM
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white and green unusual silouette but not bad likes it! oh and laptop fox i feel ur pain! try playin car games on a 360
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Old 01-12-09, 10:22 AM
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Ye man, photoshop and 1280 x 800 resoloution, just not enough lol
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Old 01-12-09, 10:25 AM
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White and green is lovely.

White - orange

White - green

White - pink

White - purple

White - red

White - blue

it's such a nice shade!
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Quality of these case finishes never ceases to amaze me.
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Old 01-12-09, 04:23 PM
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Innwin Commander 1500w

Can you say ineffiecent? :P

Nice job though, what's happened to the front? :P
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Front grill has been cut to sit perfectly flush with the surround, I set it back a bit to see what the light would look like if it was able to show through.

You not like the look of it Peter?

And the innwin has the same internals as the Corsair 1000w, just not 'under advertised' like the corsair is.
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Old 01-12-09, 05:13 PM
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Front grill has been cut to sit perfectly flush with the surround, I set it back a bit to see what the light would look like if it was able to show through.

You not like the look of it Peter?

And the innwin has the same internals as the Corsair 1000w, just not 'under advertised' like the corsair is.
ah right, I like the look of it, just wondered what it was, cos usually it's optical drives isn't it? I thought thats where you'd be mounting the rad, but then realised that's going in the roof.

I meant a 1500w PSU for a card that can be run on something like a 500w PSU is inefficent, not saying it's a bad unit
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Old 01-12-09, 05:41 PM
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PSU will only use whats needed, they dont pull 1500w all the time.

Im not a big fan of opticals tbh dude, they ruin the front of a case imho, and makes wiring a pita. Thankfully Connor feels the same
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