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AddonCustoms

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  1. Funny
    AddonCustoms reacted to Bouzoo in Super Micro is moving production from China due to fear of spying   
    Just by looking at your profile picture I can assume where you stand on this. 
     
    Also:
    Pick one. 
  2. Informative
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from KsTras in No backplate   
    Feel free to shoot us a message, we can do blanks or make some complete custom ones with a design of your choice.

    Thanks @W-L for the mention.
  3. Informative
    AddonCustoms reacted to W-L in No backplate   
    As said there are places that can custom make you some acrylic ones, places like v1Tech, Cold zero, and Addon customs can do that. 
     
    -Moved to Modding Section- 
  4. Agree
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from J.b091 in Is Razer really that bad?   
    These 3 things are all connected. They break easily due to poor build quality, which wouldn't be that bad if they weren't so overpriced.  They are still ok, I know people that have used their products and normally after a year or 2 of use they break.  While things do break over time for the price people pay it should last longer.
    The only thing Razer I use is their Goliathus mouse pad, I wouldn't touch anything else from them.
  5. Like
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from Buyingbf_ in Quick question about NZXT Hue+   
    NO!!!  Please don't try you will end up breaking something. The old Hue is using 12v Standard 4 pin RGB LEDs, the Hue+ is using 5v 3pin Addressable LEDs, not only different voltages but the different tech that cannot be used with each other.
  6. Like
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from CrypticDan in Using hot glue to seal cable insulation?   
    Personally would use black hot glue, use it on a higher temp than stated and it melts better and will stay above the melt temp longer, so it will start to fill the gaps itself before it cools, let it cool naturally and it should give a nice finish.  Done this too many times to count (pretty much multiple times a day for the last 4 years)
  7. Informative
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from Lady Fitzgerald in Would you trust this product?   
    I would trust this though, sold by @Mnpctech
    https://mnpctech.com/case-mods-gaming-pc-liquid-modding-custom-computer-mnpctech-overclock-cooling-fan-grills/90-degree-angle-24-pin-atx-connector-for-motherboard-mainboard.html
  8. Agree
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from Mnpctech in Would you trust this product?   
    I would trust this though, sold by @Mnpctech
    https://mnpctech.com/case-mods-gaming-pc-liquid-modding-custom-computer-mnpctech-overclock-cooling-fan-grills/90-degree-angle-24-pin-atx-connector-for-motherboard-mainboard.html
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    AddonCustoms got a reaction from pigsrawesome123 in Cablemod Addressable LED Strips Compatibility   
    many exist they have done for years, we will have some in stock soon. @pigsrawesome123 which country are you in?  We are UK based but ship worldwide.
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    AddonCustoms reacted to P-Body in Any good custom PSU cable shops in the UK?   
    Thanks for sharing those links. Extremely helpful, exactly  what i was looking for!
  11. Funny
    AddonCustoms reacted to Energycore in Designing a Case - IDEA + CAD Sketch   
    Good man.
  12. Like
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from royshaet in battlefield 4 punkbuster kicking me. for no apparent reason   
    The reason is stated here "Service Communication Failure: PnkBstrA.exe"  its a known issue, and its a pain to fix. Best way and the way that works most of the time is to uninstall PunkBuster, and reinstall it manually, and run the installer as admin, restart and then open services and make sure both pnkbstrA.exe and pnkbstrB.exe are both running.
  13. Agree
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from Changis in wiring a Long RGB adressable led strip to PSU   
    Asus Aura uses standard RGB and will not work with addressable, they are controlled completely different.  Standard RGB pinout is +12v, Ground, Ground, Ground, addressable is +5v, Data, Ground. 

    Unfortunately what you want to do isn't possible.  
    You would need to use standard RGB LED strips (not addressable) or use a controller that works with addressable LEDs. 
  14. Informative
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from BluJay614 in Custom Rad/fan grill   
    Our other store Custom Acrylics does custom made fan/radiator grills.  Shoot us a message either here or on FB (https://www.facebook.com/customacrylicsuk) and we will be happy to work with you. 120mm Fan Grills start from £6 (Around $8 USD) and shipping to USA from the UK is £4.50 (Around $6 USD). 
  15. Like
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from Protocase in Custom Rad/fan grill   
    Our other store Custom Acrylics does custom made fan/radiator grills.  Shoot us a message either here or on FB (https://www.facebook.com/customacrylicsuk) and we will be happy to work with you. 120mm Fan Grills start from £6 (Around $8 USD) and shipping to USA from the UK is £4.50 (Around $6 USD). 
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    AddonCustoms got a reaction from 8bitbeliever in DIY 3D Printer   
    We use the Tevo Tarantula in our workshop, we haven't even fully calibrated it yet and it prints great. The printer itself is great for the price, the company behind it could do better, language barrier and slow replies (If you are lucky to get one), but the FB group for this printer is great, not run by Tevo but their staff are in it.
     
  17. Informative
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from LukaH in Dremel suggestins   
    I would suggest paying more and go for the Dremel 4000 or newer, they are great tools and you will be surprised how handy they are.

    As for cuttings discs we use these ones - >> LINK << - pack of 30 discs for £2.29, they do wear down quicker than the expensive ones but putting some sewing machine oil on the disc and cutting area will help them last longer.

    We mainly use our Dremel for cutting cases and most recently cutting our laser cutter case which is 1mm steel which is when we found using machine oil on the cut makes it easier and the discs last longer.
  18. Agree
    AddonCustoms reacted to BuckGup in Copying reddit   
    NO! Reddit is one of the worst looking sites. Endless scrolling of confusing comments. Awful! It also looks like it was made in 2008
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    AddonCustoms reacted to Driftzzilla in New RGB amazing Strip   
    ... what? I'd be lying if I said that wasn't cool but it doesn't justify the price tag in my opinion. It appears that this account was created to advertise this, shame. 
  20. Like
    AddonCustoms reacted to Sags224 in DIY PSU Cover?   
    If anyone here would like to be tagged when its done just thumbs up this comment, might take a while though as I dont have much time to work with @W-L @Dutch-stoner @Oshino Shinobu
  21. Funny
    AddonCustoms reacted to leelaa14 in How to earn money with $5?   
    Use the $5 to pay for a bus fare, take the bus to town and mug someone. jk
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    AddonCustoms reacted to Thinkfreely in How to earn money with $5?   
    I would go buy 5 soda's at $1 per soda at the store, go back to campus and sell them for for $1.25 undercutting vending machines, but making 20% profit.
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    AddonCustoms reacted to ProAce in Project 303   
    Update time, I've been a bit busy this period so this project has taken a bit of a hold, but never the less still a lot of things have happened!
    In the last update, you could see that Cooler Master set me up with a nice power supply and an AIO cooler. But these needed a bit of a 'ProAce' touch. So soon after I got them the cooler was already bleeding out its green insides. This way I can fit new tubes on it with white coolant which will look way nicer. 
     

     

     
    After that was out of the way, the white LED had to go. It is a nice colour, but RGB is just plain better. So I fitted some off my own LED's in and hooked it up to the controller. Which also has a new iteration and is now being programmed, need to figure out some nice modes...
     

     

     
    In Win also had a surprise for me, they set me up with a set of Aurora fans. These samples are pre-production but they're still working great. They have the same kind of LED's in as I use and the controller that comes with it has tonnes of modes, also the remote is a nice extra touch.
     

     
    To fit in the second glass panel, I had to trim down the case a bit. The piece which the PSU rests on was too long and blocked the panel from fitting properly. So after taking the air powered rotary tool out, and a bit of good will, it came off quite easy. The rest got a bit scratched up but that will get an acrylic cover. 
     

     

     
    The side panel fits these tiny magnets in perfectly and they're strong enough to keep te panel in place. I liked this method so much that I took the original construction off as well and replaced that with magnets.
     

     
    The last thing I did for this update was starting the sleeving job. AddonCustoms set me up with loads of connectors and I used those in combination with some white 18AWG wire and grey/white paracord. The result so far is stunning if I may say so myself, now I only need to do my 24 pin cable.
     

     

     
    That's how far I got for now! In the next update, I hope to have the acrylic, have finished the sleeving and, have put some new tubes on the AIO. See you then!
  24. Agree
    AddonCustoms reacted to EPPHO in ValvE will kill STEAM GreenLight this spring, to be replaced with new program   
    Steam needs competition. Like real one,not something like Origin and uPlay
  25. Informative
    AddonCustoms got a reaction from matrix07012 in 3D printer kills couple and their cats   
    Found a post by one of their friends.

     
     
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