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Old 04-08-14, 12:54 PM
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This is going to be eye candy when finished, I'm doing my usual today of hiding every cable I possibly can and some blanking panels are being added.

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Old 04-08-14, 01:20 PM
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This is going to be eye candy when finished, I'm doing my usual today of hiding every cable I possibly can and some blanking panels are being added.
I wish I could hide the back. The glass is behind the motherboard tray as well meaning I need to get it perfect both sides.
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Old 04-08-14, 02:13 PM
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Yeah I had similar issues with my acrylic case, just ended up covering it up and pretending it wasn't there. :/
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Old 04-08-14, 02:14 PM
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Hey, I think I just saw this build on the KitGuru page
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Yeah I thought I'd share it to see what happened.
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yep . I was going to share one rig but I thought my custom loop pentium would bring out the more angry people on facebook :').
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Saw this case at Insomnia I love it to bits, I would love to get the 904 if it fit budget for my next build.
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Popping back in, did you complete this barnsley?

Gathering so, what happened to the cable management, a finished product pic would be great, ta!
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Old 14-10-14, 07:28 PM
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Popping back in, did you complete this barnsley?

Gathering so, what happened to the cable management, a finished product pic would be great, ta!
Yep, typing on it now. Cable management is a pain (it only looks good from the side with the gpu, trust me). If you get a motherboard that has the various i/os and power pins in a different place (such as my z87 gaming). Because of that, I have no front usb, no light up power button and had to take the case apart to get the 24 pin to fit. It'd be better with another motherboard . The case is designed with itx 'boards that have the 24pin next to the ram slots. Also Thermal performance is pretty poor. I'm running a 650w bitfenix psu and the metal around it gets very warm for example, don't think a passive power supply would be happy in it at all. You HAVE to get a reference card and even then temperatures won't be ideal. That said I'd imagine the 970/980s would work very well with this. Noise is also an issue, its incredibly quiet when not under heavy load (fan wise I have an sp120 for the rad in push and a very slow moving antec silent fan for the intake near the gpu) but when it ramps up and gets warm (the whole case gets warm to the touch I might add) its pretty noisy. In all, you really have to plan for this case and choose your parts around what you want the pc to do. I mean, really plan. I've had to order more extension cables then I ever thought I would just so I could use the case's power button. The biggest fault it has imo is that you have to take the side panel off to put anything in the rear i/o. This is due to the way you have to mount the AIO's rad.

It looks great though. If you like to have a rig that isn't the norm, its the case to have. So many damn faults but I have to say its still probably my fave itx case out there.
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