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    New build

    Something I completed yesterday.
    Inwin Dragon Rider case
    Intel i52550K
    ASUS P8Z68/V Pro Gen3
    16GB G.Skill 2133 RAM
    New build-8-opto-drives-jpg

    New build-11-mobo-cpu-cooler-jpg
    New build-15-partial-inside-cables-jpg
    New build-19-inside-finished-jpg
    New build-22a-front-finished-jpg
    Last edited by Britton30; 08-05-2012 at 01:38 PM.


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    Re: New build

    Nice neat wiring
    Britton30 says thanks for this.

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    Re: New build

    Thanks Bruce, wiring took more time than everything else.

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    Re: New build

    I agree, you did a great job with the wiring.

    I am assuming the screen attached to the intake side of the HSF is to prevent dust buildup???

    "Among the tales of sorrow and of ruin that come down to us from the darkness of those days there are yet some in which amid weeping there is joy and under the shadow of death light that endures."

    J.R.R. Tolkien - The Silmarillion

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    Re: New build

    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
    Something I completed yesterday.
    Inwin Dragon Rider case
    Intel i52550K
    ASUS P8Z68/V Pro Gen3
    16GB G.Skill 2133 RAM
    New build-8-opto-drives-jpg

    New build-11-mobo-cpu-cooler-jpg
    New build-15-partial-inside-cables-jpg
    New build-19-inside-finished-jpg
    New build-22a-front-finished-jpg
    Dude, I've been looking at that same case for the last 3 or 4 months...I here that the big 200mm fan is real loud. How do you like that case?

    Nice rig

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    Re: New build

    Another one Gary? Very nice and neat rig.


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    Re: New build

    I was also kind of curious as for the reasoning for the screen on the HSF...

    I agree very nice wiring... Did you resleeve the PSU?(and add clear caps) or is it just an extension?

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    Re: New build

    nice work, britton30! very clean.

    as the others said, why the mesh over the ha-uge fans?

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    Re: New build

    The black mesh is there as dust filters and doesn't make my temps any higher but keep the CPU cooler fins free of dust. I took out the 200mm fan since I didn't want to fool with its cable every time I take the side panel off. The big fan makes no noise at all BTW.
    I like the case except for the bog side grille and I'm going to replace it with a window real soon, transparent blue I think. Here it is with the inner support and grille removes.
    New build-side-braces-cut-jpg
    Rayda this is the same case I've worked on for 3 months or so.
    Geoff the PSU came with sleeved EPS12V and main connector cables. I used black electric tape to try to cover everything else.
    Last edited by Britton30; 08-12-2012 at 05:25 PM.

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    Re: New build

    In the first wiring pic there are extensions on the main and PCIe cables but I didn't use them for final wiring. I made another post because when editing the above, all my previous edits disappear, and I hate retyping.

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    Re: New build

    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
    In the first wiring pic there are extensions on the main and PCIe cables but I didn't use them for final wiring. I made another post because when editing the above, all my previous edits disappear, and I hate retyping.

    I have never had this issue... It seems to be reoccuring on your end...

    Does it do this on just your computer or?

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    Re: New build

    wow nice rig.

    Nice dremal btw, hows the battery life? I've been debating between a corded one and a battery operated one.
    Balalalala.

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    Re: New build

    Quote Originally Posted by Laxer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
    In the first wiring pic there are extensions on the main and PCIe cables but I didn't use them for final wiring. I made another post because when editing the above, all my previous edits disappear, and I hate retyping.

    I have never had this issue... It seems to be reoccurring on your end...

    Does it do this on just your computer or?
    I'll have to try another PC and see. It is only on this forum using Sysnative 6 theme, my fave.

    Quote Originally Posted by wishtobeanaussie View Post
    wow nice rig.

    Nice dremal btw, hows the battery life? I've been debating between a corded one and a battery operated one.
    It's one I borrowed and the battery held up through the entire cutting out process. I recharged it then did some sanding and grinding on several screws. Motor got pretty hot while doing the grinding.

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    Re: New build

    I like the Sysnative 6 because the content is narrow and doesn't spread across the whole monitor.

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    Re: New build

    Wait, it only happens using sysnative6?

    Ugh, that means its my fault

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    Re: New build

    LOL, I haven't tested in other themes Geoff, but will.

    EDIT> Geoff I just tried editing this post in the default Sysnative and vBulletin themes and prior edits disappear there too.

    In the meantime back at the ranch, I have finished my side window mod.

    New build-5-cutting-corners-jpgNew build-6-edge-polished-jpg
    New build-7-drilling-panel-jpgNew build-8-drilling-window-jpg
    New build-12-complete-2-jpg
    Last edited by Britton30; 08-18-2012 at 02:14 AM.

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    Re: New build

    Also the edit option goes away after 1 day or so too, is that by design?

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