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  • #16
    DarthBeavis Project Log: Away Team

    Man that looks really awesome! but aren't you worried about that acrylic getting snapped or broken?
    no, will be careful and will only pull in in a flat inside area or while waiting in line at QuakeCon to look cool
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    • #17
      DarthBeavis Project Log: Away Team

      not done yet, will be done by PAX


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      • #18
        DarthBeavis Project Log: Away Team

        I sat right next to that sucker most of the time I was there playing games with my boys. It looked really sharp and The guts inside look awesome!!
        Nothing is as it seems, nor is it otherwise.

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        • #19
          DarthBeavis Project Log: Away Team

          I sat right next to that sucker most of the time I was there playing games with my boys. It looked really sharp and The guts inside look awesome!!
          thanks. I am redoing all the inside as well (used those coils because of the uber tight bends, will use special 90 degree rotary fittings when I redo it). Looking forward to being able to actually game on it at PAX.
          Check out my blog: www.outoftheboxmods.com

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          • #20
            DarthBeavis Project Log: Away Team

            so does it game pretty well? I don' t know much about that Mobo. I'd like to retrofit my UTMod with something like that one of these days.
            Nothing is as it seems, nor is it otherwise.

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            • #21
              DarthBeavis Project Log: Away Team

              Working on monitor enclosures. Have to tap into the controllers boards to get power for fans I am adding to the enclosures. These boxes will connect to the 'antlers'.




              I took the small rads out of the aluminum boxes replacing them with a single rad in the new center housing (split off the T3 dual outputs back and back using Bitspower Y connectors - don't know if there is a benefit but I thought why not)








              T3 cover on:






              Re-plumbed and ready to fill and leak test. Used Koolance quick disconnects so I can take the top part off for shipping/transport.











              I will also sand down that top piece so it sits flush.
              Check out my blog: www.outoftheboxmods.com

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