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Old 23-08-09, 04:27 AM
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Stoned TJ07 - Project Blood SHOT

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Hows everyone to start with?

Case got back from powder coating workshop and i am indeed impressed with the finish cause it only costed me around 65GBP to do the whole batch! :O

Even the barbs got powder coated on the go. (I am just sad the guy forgot to do the Zalman Fan nobs tho) But its all good for now.

The whole case with all its guts got done, barbs, 1 thermochill pa130.3 and a older slim 240mm rad too and it all costed around 65 POUNDS, not bad at all huh?

I am indeed and indeep studies at the moment so only putting it all together when i pass the exam in 45 days moreless, so begin the count down!

HOPEFULLY, Mayhem will sponsor the new blood shot red die? () Dude if u do make sure u make me a sticker of ur avatar for the case ok? But dont exaggerate mate, dont u send me a 15"x15" sticker hahhahaha

I would definitely put a smaller version on it tho

Enjoy the pics for now, and when i have more time i will teach u boys how to invert the mobo tray without crunching ur credit card ok?

Kisses for all and bye for now


















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Old 23-08-09, 04:43 AM
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Black or White sleeving for the guts? VOTE! and please leave ur comments when appropriate.
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Old 23-08-09, 09:50 AM
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Red sleeving.

Also - he didn't powder the nobs as they are plastic and would melt. Was the PA120.3 powdered too? chances are it's broken now, they cant stand the high temps
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Old 23-08-09, 11:06 AM
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Looking good!

Would say red or black sleeving for that setup.

Concur with the thermos and powdercoating, would have fallen apart! Deffo a spraypaint job, the black ice rads can be powdered though.
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Old 23-08-09, 11:15 AM
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Black Sleeving - keep the colour for the bits you want to want to pimp!! Then again...white may do it because the case background will also be white..
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Old 23-08-09, 03:03 PM
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Thermochill is looking good ppl, it hasnt melted away as far as i checked it.

Will get a shot as soon as i can!

Interesting about the red sleeving, didnt think of it, but i have ton lots of black here and white could also be okish.
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Old 23-08-09, 03:15 PM
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White is a pita as you will see the wires. you didnt powder the fins on the thermo did you?
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Old 23-08-09, 03:27 PM
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i see what u guys mean now









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Old 23-08-09, 03:28 PM
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White is a pita as you will see the wires. you didnt powder the fins on the thermo did you?
i guess it got done too, did my thermo die then?
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Old 23-08-09, 03:37 PM
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The fins deffo needed to be covered matey, youve probably at least halfed its cooling capability. n00b error.

Looking at the thermo again lol - its dead.

Run the other one and see, it wouldnt have taken you long to have taped it, the coaters should have had some if you asked.
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