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Made some Sabertooth style mobo armor for a Dell Optiplex 390 mobo

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inb4 people get triggered and start spouting BS about how crap my mod is. If you were expecting a pro made 3D printed mod, tough noogies. I made this out of the lid of a 17 inch Toshiba laptop and some carbon fiber vinyl wrap meant for automotive use.

Genuine questions are welcome, troll questions or things that can be answered by Google will be reacted to poorly.

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This actually looks quite nice by DIY standards. Honestly I think it could turn out even nicer if you had the 3D printing stuff.

I rate 7/10. Good job. :) 

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Nice.

I miss my original sabertooth P67.

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6 hours ago, 1kv said:

This actually looks quite nice by DIY standards. Honestly I think it could turn out even nicer if you had the 3D printing stuff.

I rate 7/10. Good job. :) 

reddit was being a huge dick bout it

 

6 hours ago, Enderman said:

I miss my original sabertooth P67.

I used to have a Sabertooth Z77 but the RAM slots stopped working so I got a Z77 OC Formula as a replacement.

 

That board was nice af

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7 minutes ago, RogueLizard said:

I used to have a Sabertooth Z77 but the RAM slots stopped working so I got a Z77 OC Formula as a replacement.

 

That board was nice af

My PSU killed my P67 so I was forced to upgrade to a Z97 so I got a sabertooth mark S which is what I have now.

I still prefer the P67 aesthetics, and the new NZXT motherboards were very close, but they're cheap motherboards and I won't buy them over an asus board :(

I wish asus still made motherboards with shrouds like the P67 or NZXT ones...

Might have to DIY something for myself like you did in the end.

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14 minutes ago, Enderman said:

I wish asus still made motherboards with shrouds like the P67 or NZXT ones...

Might have to DIY something for myself like you did in the end.

i currently have a sabertooth x79. wish it had armor like my z77 sabertooth did.

 

the oc formula was insane though. i did BCLK 106.1 at stock voltage on a Xeon.

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My only concern would be hot components not getting airflow.

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