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About matias_a_etersen

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  • Birthday October 13


  • CPU
    I7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS STRIX z270i
  • RAM
    16 GB Trident Z RGB
  • GPU
  • Case
    Dan Cases A4-sfx v1
  • Storage
    Samsung 950 pro 512 GB
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2715H, AOC 1080p
  • Cooling
    Asetek 545lc
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm Quickfire TK
  • Mouse
    Roccat Savu
  • Sound
    Logitech... Dunno
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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    Computers xD
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  1. "OdySSey" project

    Looks bonkers!
  2. Holy shit! This build just gets more and more awesome!!
  3. Matias' P2 - Dan A4-sfx v1 build and case mod

    Oh yeah, and for the plexiglas thickness, I'd suggest 3mm! That's about enough to have double sided tape stick to the sides as well!
  4. Matias' P2 - Dan A4-sfx v1 build and case mod

    If your question is what length power cable you should do, I frankly don't know. I just sleeved the Cables which came with the sf600! Allthough if you plan to use an asetek 545lc in the future, (at least with the way I've managed my cables) I really wouldn't recommend any of the cables being either shorter or longer! Everything just barely fits with almost no spare room or spare cable! Unless you can do some cable management wizardry which I'm not capable of! You do you!
  5. "OdySSey" project

    Niiice! Really looking forward to seeing the finished result! Hope it'll be the build of the year!
  6. Project AXE-R [scratch build]

    This just gets better and better!
  7. "OdySSey" project

    1, 2, 3, jealous me, 4, 5, 6, Gotta love those pics, 7, 8, 9, That level of perfection must be a crime! Good job, mate! Keep it up.. really looking forward to the finished build!
  8. [DISCONTINUED] Matias' P1

    Well, PM me and we'll work something out! I have a very primitive CAD model, but as said, it's very primitive... Just to give me an idea of how it would turn out before I built it... I think we can work something out though
  9. [DISCONTINUED] Matias' P1

    Hi damascus! Are you familiar with CAD? Also, to help you... What are you planning more exactly?
  10. Project JDM | ITX scratch build!

    Nice cable management!
  11. Matias' P2 - Dan A4-sfx v1 build and case mod

    And A LOT stiffer... I can barely bend the 24 pin ATX while holding it mid air! Imagine the nightmarish 10 hours of trying to bend every individual wire to it's approximate position until I finally succeeded! Think I did a pretty neat job under the PSU... The cables won't move even if I press against them as hard as I can, but I'm still not that pleased with the cables under the GPU, so that's something to be fixed when I get the AIO mounting brackets and have to disassemble the build once again... Another thing to be aware of is that I raised the GPU up by about six millimeters with the standoffs which I installed, and even then it still touches the tubes of the AIO... As I said, that GPU just doesn't fit in the case with an Asetek 545lc!
  12. Matias' P2 - Dan A4-sfx v1 build and case mod

    This literally took me over 10 hours Not really that pleased with the result, but then again... At least the cables are getting trained for when I do the final build... That Strix card really doesn't fit at all!
  13. Matias' P2 - Dan A4-sfx v1 build and case mod

    The custom sleeved cables are simply too stiff for doing the turn between the PSU and rad+fan, so I experimented a bit with mounting the PSU in other ways and came up with this... Maybe I should mount the PSU sideways? (The powercable still fits)... Please give me your opinion! Thanks for following!
  14. Matias' P2 - Dan A4-sfx v1 build and case mod

    Sounds like someone is making a build like ours @Selder! I can't unfortunatelt answer you since It's broken and trashed, but I just took the measurements and subtracted about half a centimeter from each side to make it have some wiggle room! Then I cut it out and filed in the two slots to make room for the panel clip-on mechanism!