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Old 22-07-12, 01:54 AM
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you posted it in the wrong thread lol its in the welcome NZXT thread
OOOO my GOOOOOD LOL
Sorry guys!!
I think that I shouldn't visit forum when I'm a "bit" drunk
Can mod or admin delete that post on welcome NZXT thread?
Sorry one more timeLOL
As soon as that post will be deleted I will post it here.
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Old 22-07-12, 03:45 PM
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OOOO my GOOOOOD LOL
Sorry guys!!
I think that I shouldn't visit forum when I'm a "bit" drunk
Can mod or admin delete that post on welcome NZXT thread?
Sorry one more timeLOL
As soon as that post will be deleted I will post it here.
BTW thanks S_I_N
Oi! Crackhead, try posting in the right section this time!

No worries, I deleted that post for you
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Old 22-07-12, 06:25 PM
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Here's one I built for a friend of mine :P



Now has a matrix 580 platinum inside on green light mode :P
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Old 23-07-12, 11:53 AM
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Did you use the CES launch build lol, id love to see them temps on a Sandy-E and 3 GPU's on a 360 and 120mm rad, Ill upload my rig today.
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Retell, what lighting are you using in your build?
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Old 23-07-12, 10:51 PM
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what would be the best way to remove that plate in the first drive bay at the top as i want to come out my pump in the res at 90 degrees straight into a rad, and it cant happen with hat plate in the way.
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what would be the best way to remove that plate in the first drive bay at the top as i want to come out my pump in the res at 90 degrees straight into a rad, and it cant happen with hat plate in the way.
You're talking about the Switch 810, right?
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Retell, what lighting are you using in your build?
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Old 23-07-12, 11:05 PM
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yea switch 810 not sure it would be worth it just to fit another 120mm rad in.
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