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Project Banana Phonez

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Look's Good, keep up the good work.


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The name had me expecting a yellow themed build.. Looks amazing !


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This is really very nice.


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This is a really nice build!

 

BTW. Rainbow pone is best pone


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Fantastic Build! 


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Awesome build :0 but u have red fluid so why no transparrant waterblock ?


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Awesome!  Love how clean it looks.  I really need to get some sleeved cable for my build.


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Awesome build :0 but u have red fluid so why no transparrant waterblock ?

i have colored tubing with clear fluid

 

Bit of an update since the build, i have since purchased a 40" tv and mounted it to the wall with some swan M50W speakers to go with it, also purchased a cheap laptop, upgraded it with an SSD so that when the power goes out i can still watch movies and youtube

 

i managed to get the 2600K overclocked to 4.7Ghz and max temp is 75C with P95, I have yet to find stable settings for 4.8+

 

I am also selling the GTX Titan at the moment as I am in need of money to buy a new car so if any one in australia only that is interested send me a PM and I will send you a link to my ebay page. I am selling it with the waterblocks too, it should be available for purchase for the next week or so

 

i will be replacing the Titan mostlikely with a GTX 760

 

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 Is that a your exclusive to Austin SKU, Asus UX32VD-R4057W?

I bought one of those from your store.  :)


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We had a photographer came down to our shop to do a 360 degree photo shoot of main customer-facing area of the store to post on Google maps street view. I managed to get my computer into the photos, check it out here

 

 

https://maps.google.com.au/maps?hl=en_uk&ll=-32.100108,115.815704&spn=0.011006,0.009474&sll=-32.099999,115.815725&layer=c&cid=6829061581986346093&panoid=UlsLklhSeDQAAAQIuADJXA&cbp=13,205.18,,1,3.82&gl=AU&t=m&z=17&cbll=-32.100164,115.815752

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A panorama picture that i took of the final setup

 

Almost made me sick, when I noticed that disgusting thing on the right... the peasant tech.

 

..just, kidding, awesome build!


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I have not connected any front panel connections other then the power button as i never use them and would rather have the minimal amount of cables being shown inside the case

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During the build there was water leaking out around the pump, turns out that I forgot to put the o-ring back that sits between the pump and reservoir. no damage was done but it was definitely a scary moment.

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Total build time of the system took the entire day from 9AM to 3AM the next morning with 2 other people helping me along the way.

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Applejack is best pony

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A panorama picture that i took of the final setup

Hey how did you go about painting/dying the fans? I want to do the same thing.

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