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Old 27-07-13, 04:16 PM
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Old 28-07-13, 10:39 AM
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Old 28-07-13, 03:37 PM
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I really like those GPU power cables, very elegantly routed

Questions: Have you solved the wobbliness problems or is it sufficient to mount the case's
clothes, as you say? And is the window large enough to see the reservoir (not sure from
the pic angle) or are you going to make it a bit larger? Would be a shame if you can't see
all that milky goodness.
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Old 28-07-13, 03:38 PM
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I really love the colour scheme but I do think that the red Kingston SSD ruins it a bit.

I won't even start about the Noctuas cause I know you love them and at least you won't really see them once the side panel is on
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Old 28-07-13, 09:45 PM
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I really like those GPU power cables, very elegantly routed

Questions: Have you solved the wobbliness problems or is it sufficient to mount the case's
clothes, as you say? And is the window large enough to see the reservoir (not sure from
the pic angle) or are you going to make it a bit larger? Would be a shame if you can't see
all that milky goodness.

I lucked out on the PCI-E cables. I was able to use a spare hole in the GPU PCB to tie them up out the way of my SATA ports. When SkyNET is naked, there's a fair bit of wobble. When I screwed the MoBo tray in, and put the front and front-facing panels on it became WAY more rigid. Very excited about that. As you can see the res is visible!

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I really love the colour scheme but I do think that the red Kingston SSD ruins it a bit.

I won't even start about the Noctuas cause I know you love them and at least you won't really see them once the side panel is on
True that. I've learned from this build how the tiniest of details become gargantuan when completed. For me I like the off-color-scheme pop the Noctuas and the SSDs provide. I am still considering flipping the top SSD upside-down so just the gun metal grey of the housing is exposed. It is the same color as the MoBo heat sinks. That will tie in well.
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Also in the pic above I've mounted some left over U Channel in the plexi cut out. I like the way it looks TBH. I'm also planning to put the dust filter for the fan cut on the inside of the case instead of outside. I will order some more U Channel, install it all the way 'round the panel and draw my final decision then. Anyone know what material is used for case filters? Is this an item I can cop from a local hardware store? I feel confident enough to construct one myself rather than order one. Thoughts?...

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Old 29-08-13, 08:07 AM
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Well folks, I am shutting down this build. I can't invest any more time and money into a project I will never be satisfied with. I appreciate all the input and visits from the members here.

I have concluded I must build the last case I will evah need from SCRATCH!

It will be called "Tha Leviathan".

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Please the new thread in this one.

You have good idea's :-D
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