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Old 18-05-17, 10:57 AM
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Corsair Dominator Platinum SE Torque - Bengal Rig Update 4



A minor update to the Bengal Rig, but with a major product and a bit aesthetic upgrade.


Corsair Dominator Platinum SE Torque - Bengal Rig Update 4
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Old 18-05-17, 11:40 AM
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:O Needs a spring cleaning by the looks of it Thomas :P
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Old 18-05-17, 12:46 PM
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:O Needs a spring cleaning by the looks of it Thomas :P
I think I'd have a break down with that much dust in my rig, Mine gets a blast of air, Brush of an anti-static brush and a vacuum once a week
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Old 18-05-17, 12:23 PM
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They do look nice and lush with that build that's for sure
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Old 18-05-17, 12:43 PM
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It's not Tom's rig it's VBs.

Nice going man. They look great in there
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Yeah I know it's dusty as all hell. The trouble with banging away at content for you guys all the hours I'm awake is that the few moments of time I have got in front of my rig to do what I want, I tend to want to game rather than dust

Plus whenever you're in the "middle of the build" stage it's always easier to leave it dusty and then clean it up once the spec has been finalised. There is a curious psychological barrier to overcome. By dusting and going all out on cable management I'd be accepting this is my finished system. Whereas by leaving it slightly in a state that annoys the OCD people, I'm still in the denial stage

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Old 19-05-17, 08:21 AM
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PS - Don't worry Andy, judging from the forums I think 99% of the members here don't realise that anyone other than Tom does anything.
Ah see, I went on the OP author, instead of the article author :P I'll point the dusty finger squarely at you instead

I totally get it though, I don't like to call a build 'finished' so mine end up dusty too. Was just shocked to see dust in a rig thought was by Tom, do take my apologies sir :P
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I said in the YouTube comments and in the Review for Tom to watch out as VB would rape you for those and here they are in your rig, must have been half asleep yesterday not to have realized that then............LOL..............So what did you do to poor Thomas to end up with these
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I said in the YouTube comments and in the Review for Tom to watch out as VB would rape you for those and here they are in your rig, must have been half asleep yesterday not to have realized that then............LOL..............So what did you do to poor Thomas to end up with these
haha whatever he did it was quick one day Tom is showing a video the next day VB has them in his rig

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So what did you do to poor Thomas to end up with these

He said thank you.

The whole point in doing them was for VB, when I changed them in the video etc VB had no idea they even existed. I made the video and then sent him a secret link and waited for the squeals.

Im pretty sure I mentioned VB in the video too.... Id not have bothered spending all the time f***ing about with the annoying little screws if I wasnt going to see someones face light up. For VB's black and orange fettish these were pretty much perfect. Im like his B&O epeen pusher.


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We know its a family effort bro x
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