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[WIP] Snef's Sand of God

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I love every build you do.


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okay gave another listen to fleshgod and what I don't like is the way the singer does his growl, but the rest of the band is very good.

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dat power cable is ballin!! 

^^^


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I'm slightly in love with Labyrinth at the moment :wub:

On topic: This build is awesome man! :D Keep it up!

I can't wait for their next album already


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks everyone, your comments are very appreciate

 

another little update

start working on tubing,

my first plan was, no bending, use angle and corner fittings
my second plan was bending but only one per tube and use 90degree fitting on ram and GPU
finally try to only bending
not perfect but I like the results, what do you think?

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Snef Bloody Angel --- Sand of God --- Red Poseidon --- Purple Chimera BOTM July 26 2013 --- Icy Blue Angel BOTM May 10 2013 --- Extremmme Red DemonBOTM March 29 2013

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Nice update


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Love the way the tubing flows


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Tubes are nice. Tho I would like to see the rad/cpu-tube with the same sharp bends as the other ones...

Seems the bends on that tube is a little less sharp so the middle line on the tube doesnt end up straight&horizontal like on the other pipes?


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Aside from the great colour coordination I really like that you actually

have quite a lot of stuff in that box and yet somehow it still doesn't look

cramped (at least to me ;)). That's not an easy feat, well done! :)


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Posted · Original PosterOP

another update

first

I need to work on Coolants

need to find the right dye to put it similar to ring and sleeving

and used Temporary GPU until GTX780 HOF water block are available

and need to order another 1 or 2 sunset yellow,

I put 2 liter of mayhem coolant and not full. loll

and the cold cathode are not correct on pics but need little bit more time to light up correctly, they are amazing now

ok close my mouth and some pics

don't forget, I will work on coolant to match it

ok, feets, Just Wowwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love them

FannBlade do the best feet on market IMO

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used Temporary GPU until GTX780 HOF water block are available

but like the tubing

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and the Acrylic box from Gdesmo is one of the best thing I ever bought, the whole build look 500% cleaner

again thanks to Gdesmo Power

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some regular and night shoot

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now with coolant, I think I will keep this tubing, my main concern was if im able to do it strait, vertical and horizontal

the only thing is from top rad to GPU, I tried but unable to do a 2 corner bend, need to use a 90 angle adapter

I will live with it and wait the GTX780 HOF if im able to do it

more coolant are on order

and next upgrade really soon


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cool feet for the case


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wub.png nuff said. I for one didnt mind the PSU sticker at all so im eager to see your plan for the PSU come alive. Could a drop or two of light or medium green turn the dye even closer closer to the braid? Case feet are awesome - Good job FannBlade smile.png


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Are you going to fill the reservoirs more they kinda look empty and that coolant really ties the hole thing together IMO.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

The coolant looks to orange, honestly. Do you think you're gonna try to make it a little more tan?

yes

im still working on coolant

another little video

loll

please be kind, I think im not a movie director lollll


My Build Logs

Snef Bloody Angel --- Sand of God --- Red Poseidon --- Purple Chimera BOTM July 26 2013 --- Icy Blue Angel BOTM May 10 2013 --- Extremmme Red DemonBOTM March 29 2013

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this is just awesome. And that motorcycle is a nice touch :P


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