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Case Mod - Complete Project Trinity

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by DeZoTriX, 11 Jul 2019.

  1. 1pq-Lamz

    1pq-Lamz New Member

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    I would like to see you Hardline the back of the case as well, since you've done such an awesome job on the cables, you should make the tubes to be aligned to go along with it.
     
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  2. DeZoTriX

    DeZoTriX New Member

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    There's always a next time! :D
     
  3. kim

    kim hardware addict

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    very elegant build, frosted tubes and res, color sheme, designed parts, everything is so beautiful and clean...I just allow myself to quote Cheapstake, you 've done such a no-compromise job here, I am pretty sure you could easily design a small cover for that blue spot of the PCI riser...
     
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  4. scuppy

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    This looks AMAZING!! I don't quite understand how the GPU was mounted though - This is something I have looked into with my TJ07 but I don't want to use a replacement PCI cage that takes up all of my regular PCI slots.
     
  5. Sa mod pc design

    Sa mod pc design New Member

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    Awesome work
     
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  6. DeZoTriX

    DeZoTriX New Member

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    Thanks for the kind words :) Yes, I guess I failed to go to the last mile, but it's a easy fix.
     
  7. DeZoTriX

    DeZoTriX New Member

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    Hope this helps, it's pretty much only attached to the case with screws and a cutout for the output cables.
     

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