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Such an insane build everything about this is amazing, it is so sleek and elegant. The is astounding, the tubing is impeccable as well, especially the run across the top radiator, it looks so clean. Great build. One question though are you selling it or keeping it for yourself? 

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wicked build! :) awesome photos as well


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I was wondering if I could use your pictures of your build for a school calender project. I need to get permission before using your pictures.  I am not going to be selling this calender, it is just for personal use.

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really awesome, extremely clean, GJ

 

Thank you

Nicely done :).  First time I've seen someone opt out of sleeving cables.  Looks good though :)!

 

sleeving is too main stream :)

 

Wow, Just wow.

What are the specs BTW?

 as stated by one of our colleague

 

That is absolutely gorgeous, I love the tubing, lighting, cables, blocks, midplate, pretty much everything. I can't find any fault with this other than maybe it looks a bit empty, another thick rad in the front and maybe using thicker rads for the top and a 480 in the basement would fix that.

also thought of that but the clients wants to use his existing rads

 

I would like to know your address, maybe the next time i'm in sg i will pay you guys a visit  :)

Any contact details would also be great !

Sure no problem,

 

you may visit our website @ http://ministryofpc.com/ or our facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/MinistryofPC

 

This is just too nice

when I change my rig, its gonna be totally like yours!

no prob

 

Fantastic build! I just hope your customer never needs to work on it for anything!

gaming FTW

 

Such an insane build everything about this is amazing, it is so sleek and elegant. The is astounding, the tubing is impeccable as well, especially the run across the top radiator, it looks so clean. Great build. One question though are you selling it or keeping it for yourself? 

its a built for a client

 

I don't like the bare wires at all, but the rest is awesome! :D

no worries, maybe i shall increase the thickness of the wires so that it will look fuller and thanks

 

 

I was wondering if I could use your pictures of your build for a school calender project. I need to get permission before using your pictures.  I am not going to be selling this calender, it is just for personal use.

Do email me at johnaton@ministryofpc.com i will get the permission from my client. thanks

 

 

Sorry for not replying to all ur wonderful comments but never the less a big thank you to everyone 

 

For more info or more pictures you all are welcome to visit our website @ http://ministryofpc.com/

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And we hope to churn out more awesome builds :) 

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