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Old 5th Sep 2010, 05:58   #1
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NZXT M59 [aka The Blue Green Machine] Updated 10/24

The real The Blue Green Machine mod. I had a old case mod that had the same name, unfinished because of window cracking and case too small. Well a fresh start. In the pic it has a old PSU thats going to be swiched out with a Siverstone DA 650 with Single Braided Sleveing. Here is the link to the hardware specs http://www.mypcmod.com/viewpc.php?id=228
This is my main computer I use and I go to college, so its not going to get done fast.

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Old 6th Sep 2010, 03:04   #2
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UPDTAE:
I have most of the sleeving done. I use MDPc X sleeving. Colors: Gray, Aquamarine-blue, and Green. Still need to do 4-pin molex.
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24-pin ATX: The rest of the wires will be blue.



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Old 10th Oct 2010, 02:05   #3
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Here is some updated pics. I still have to get 2 140mm fans and 1 120mm fan. Maybe some led lights.









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Old 10th Oct 2010, 12:26   #4
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Did you even shrink your heatshrink? it looks so loose on the wires.

It's also 2x as long as it's meant to be.


looks a lot cleaner at the least.
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Old 10th Oct 2010, 17:56   #5
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I did the day I finished the sleeving.
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Old 11th Oct 2010, 17:45   #7
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You dont "bump" a worklog... Your last post was yesterday.

Put you camera on something static, put the iso down to 100.
Your heatshrink on the cables looks to be 3 times as long as needed.
Nice colorscheme otherwise
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Updated: I zip tied the 24-pin wires to the motherboard tray and covered it with a green cable tie.

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I'm going to get 2 140mm green led fans for the top and 1 blue led fan for the side. The side fan now will be moved to the front. Thinking of painting the front mesh green and bay covers blue, green or alternating. What do you all think would look better? The PCI slot covers will be alternating blue and green. Might get some wire grills for the back and top fans and paint them blue, should I cut them out for that?
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I am not going to do much of any thing else on this because its being my main computer for school and gaming. I'm in the planning of building a small HTPC/Gaming computer mod.
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