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slayer677

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  1. Thanks :) It actually doesn't cause any extra noise either since the fans run at 100% most of the time anyways lol
  2. Well my main question stands, what do you guys think about this? Are you going to buy it? Think it will be any good, or even worth it?
  3. REALLY?!?!? Any way to make a buck I guess, what do you guys think? Cool, not cool?'' http://us.battle.net/d3/en/console/?utm_content=left-banner&utm_medium=launcher&utm_campaign=wow&utm_source=internal
  4. Thanks! be sure to sub to my youtube channel for more updates and reviews!
  5. Again thanks for all the awesome comments! Be sure to sub to my youtube channel, I will be posting a video of my computer in the next day or so! :)
  6. Thanks :) Dont forget the red! xD The reason for this was one, i got a set of 4 for less than $20 And cause they had a lot of different random modes with out having to have a control module. My plan was to actually cover it in Di Noc but ran out of time for a Lan event i was attending :) I never actually thought about that... I dont think it will be a problem though I'm using highly compressed wood that is usually used to create car subwoofer boxes :) Yes I had a hard time choosing a name for this build! That word kinda just popped in my head, looked it up on google and thought it was perfect!
  7. Thanks guys :) Be sure to check out my site and sub to my youtube channel. I will be doing a video of the system soon and Starting on a new project! :)
  8. Build Log pictures!! I didn't want to post all of them cause there is a lot! So if you want to see the others check out the album! Thanks for looking :) These are the XSPC Displays I got. I went ahead and wired the power together just to cut down on the clutter :) These LED's I got from Ebay were originally for a car.. But i went ahead and wired a molex plug to them and was good to go! This is the Front panel to the Switch, went ahead and cut out the solid section and installed this oh so nice looking mesh :) Here is the top panel to the switch, again went ahead and cut out all the vents and installed a mesh panel. This is the first mock up I did with the Rads and Board installed, Looking pretty good I think. Finally!! Almost done - Here is the mock up for the PSU Cover / Bay cover I made and yes it is wood... Its cheap, easy to work with, and still looks good! Wooo! Final mock up! Got the PSU and Bay cover painted :) Got the res placed, and pump. Also cut out a section of the PSU cover for the PSU Controller and a switch for the LED's. The End result!!! Hope you guys enjoyed :)
  9. The Psychedelic Machine! This Build came about cause of my old Asus Crosshair IV Formula board dying on me *RIP* So the Idea for this build started out as Black and Green, But thought how many people have done just 2 colors. I wanted something a little different so I decided to go with black, red, green as the main colors along with an NZXT Hue RGB Lighting for more colors as it has a mode that cycles through multiple colors. Specs - Case - Switch 810 Motherboard - EVGA Z68 FTW CPU - i7-2700k Ram - 16gb Gskill Ripjaws X series 1600Mhz Video - Sapphire 7950 (Sponsored by - http://cuttingedgegamer.com/slayer677.html ) PSU - CM Silent Hybrid Pro 1050W PSU SSD's - 2 40gb Intel SSD's Raid 0 (Boot Drive), 1 Corsair Force 3 240gb SSD (Games) Water Cooling Gear - CPU Block - EK Supreme LTX Nickel Motherboard Block - Heatkiller EVGA Z68 FTW GPU Block - EK FC7950 Copper Plexi Res - Bitspower 150 Multi Z Tubing - Primochill Advanced LRT Atomic UV Green Limited Ed 1/2 - 3/4 Fittings - Bitspower Coolant - Mayhems X1-UV Emerald Green Extra Stuff - Bitspower X Station II Bitspower LED Station 2 5mm LED's for Pump Top (Green) 2 3mm LED's for CPU Block (Green) XSPC Temp Displays (Green) EVGA Control Panel (Shows temps and voltage of the board) NZXT Hue RGB Lighting Kit Phobya fan controller (6 Channels 30W Per Channel) Sponsors - I wanna give a HUGE Thanks to Cuttingedgegamer for sending me the Sapphire 7950 3gb. Please show them your love and check out there website at http://cuttingedgegamer.com/slayer677.html Album Link - https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10200348723135074.1073741827.1064613040&type=3 Website - http://www.extremepcs.vpweb.com Youtube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/MrLeagueOfLegendsGP
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