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| LUMO |-Loop finished,final pics this week.

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You're an inspiration I must say, truly amazing work on this built and the others you've done. Real honor to have you on the forums, would love to know if you do any "how to" guides in terms of planning out a build, mapping what you're going to do etc. Either way, very well done, exceptional work +1


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You're an inspiration I must say, truly amazing work on this built and the others you've done. Real honor to have you on the forums, would love to know if you do any "how to" guides in terms of planning out a build, mapping what you're going to do etc. Either way, very well done, exceptional work +1

 

 

If that is something you or anyone else would like,I can certainly do something explaining my 'process'...if you think it would help?


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If that is something you or anyone else would like,I can certainly do something explaining my 'process'...if you think it would help?

 

I am not @cartdog but I think that tips and tricks and such are always welcome :)


My modded Air 540 build

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I am not @cartdog but I think that tips and tricks and such are always welcome :)

 

 

Because this interests me,I have asked on FB ,where we all live, if other modders want to share insights too. Should be a good thread once its up.


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Because this interests me,I have asked on FB ,where we all live, if other modders want to share insights too. Should be a good thread once its up.

 

Nice, can you inform us here when it's up please ? :)


My modded Air 540 build

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Wow such awesome coloring  :D

 

If you don't mind me asking what process did you use to paint the edge of the PCB's for the GPU's, all those little details look so good.

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Because this interests me,I have asked on FB ,where we all live, if other modders want to share insights too. Should be a good thread once its up.

 

ohh that's something i would definitly read/watch, no matter the format.

maybe contact linus and see if all you guys can make a colab with them, maybe through skype and weekly/monthly vlogs?


May the light have your back and your ISO low.

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Wow such awesome coloring  :D

 

If you don't mind me asking what process did you use to paint the edge of the PCB's for the GPU's, all those little details look so good.

 

 

I have a vinyl cutter,i just plotted the dimensions and let it cut it for me. Non destructive modding=Win.


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Looks really nice, sometimes I wish I sprung for something in win.


n0ah1897, on 05 Mar 2014 - 2:08 PM, said:  "Computers are like girls. It's whats in the inside that matters.  I don't know about you, but I like my girls like I like my cases. Just as beautiful on the inside as the outside."

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That is one sexy beast


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What I did on my holidays by B NEGATIVE.....

I SERIES!!

I even wangled it to have WiFi access so I could play games while being herded by kids wanting to play Goat Simulator.....
Plenty of Solidworks action for the In Win 901 im currently planning whilst 'On Stand' which was fun.

 

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Also sorted out what I needed for the LUMO rebuild too!


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well done!!  absolutely awesome build.  Your attention to detail is awe inspiring!  Looking forward to the next project you take on!  


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How do you do that colour inlay on the ek stamp on the hose fitting?

 

He used a vinyl cutter such as a Silhouette Cameo http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/shop/machines/cameo , There are much cheaper options out there if $250-$300 is to steep for your budget for one, but I personally own a cameo and the thing is great for those little details you want to make pop out of your builds.


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I used a vinyl plotter.


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He used a vinyl cutter such as a Silhouette Cameo http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/shop/machines/cameo , There are much cheaper options out there if $250-$300 is to steep for your budget for one, but I personally own a cameo and the thing is great for those little details you want to make pop out of your builds.

Oh nice, that's only about £190 cheap really think I'll have a look into to this. Thanks

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What is that white keyboard you are using at the event? Build looks sick BTW. :D


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Current build: Project Athena

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Mine is the black Filco Ninja TKL,not that Mad Catz thing.


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