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Old 29-07-12, 07:01 PM
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Fantastic rigs PBaines

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Old 29-07-12, 08:31 PM
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I remember that phantom build, i loved following that
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Old 30-07-12, 10:26 PM
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Taking a dremel to the drive bay plate in the next two days, could have done it today but the rad was ruined had a thread missing in one port and one strip of fins was about 6mm higher than the rest and had a lose lump of metal in the end chamber that i couldn't get out, couldn't have been any worse. LOL
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Old 31-07-12, 01:04 AM
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My Switch 810 is still a work in progress. Was just getting ready to start the CNC aluminium top and front grills when my Silverstone Evo PSU fried itself -along with one of my cards it seems. I trust the Seasonic gives better service! Anyhow, nice chassis-lots of possibilities. NZXT and XSPC all the way...


Made a plexi adapter for utilizing the bottom fan mount locating holes


Raystorm with aluminium hold down plate. Very nice...


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Nice rigs. I was tempted to buy the Switch 810 when you had it for sale on Trade Me...but I'm running out of room as it is.
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Old 01-08-12, 03:00 AM
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I love watercooling.... and I love watercooling builds....
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Here is a pic of my pc needs a little more work (now i got rid of that annoying plate) and then ill post more pics.
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What's your opinion on those Alphacool rads, Blair? Any good?
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Old 04-08-12, 05:54 PM
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just finished my build,please let me know what you think
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looks good echo, tubes and cables could go a bit tighter, but not worth redoing everything tbh
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Old 04-08-12, 08:10 PM
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What's your opinion on those Alphacool rads, Blair? Any good?
I havnt got any complaints as far as heat transfer goes they are warm to the touch when gaming and the fans blow quite warm air off them actually changes the temperature in my room by a few degrees when gaming lol XD,

Also good price and multiport is good and they have screw protectors so you cant screw into the fins has saved me once when i put the wrong length screw in XD
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