Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by l3p, 21 Sep 2013.
This is really nice! love it.
I just know this is gunna blow my socks off so well and truly subbed
Glad we could help out with the CW611s, this is going to be simply epic!
Nice work Peter
That trademark L3P UV green is evident here. I love it, it's so bonkers.
Glad to see you posting it Peter, looking good.
ah, l3p is back. beware of modding madness. *puts seatbelt on*
I've noticed that normally builders tend to make a turn away from UV when they get into more advanced stuff but you just keep ploughing deeper. And oh boy does that not suit you like cheesecake on... a... jet engine? Turbo lift? A small deity inside a Christmas bauble? Who cares! 'Tis awesome and I like it.
Got one of those from you too.
Peter is in good hands with this controller,a very solid choice.
The performance you get from the controller at the price point is amazing.
Recommended if you think the Aquaero is too expensive but want pump and fans all controlled automatically from one unit with less headache.
Hope to see some progress,it looks like a great project!
It's an honor to have you here coolmiester
Thanks² Luciel for all the help now and in the past!
Thanks a lot Myk and Tim!
I'm seriously doing too much green I guess .. Thanks man
Thanks Waynio, really glad you're here too
Made me grin
Thanks and have fun!
Here another small update including some products which I will have to show in front off course.
Playing around with different acrylic ideas and samples.
And ... the Bitspower package.
Vincent .. you're awesome!
For the full unpacking please click below.
Here the package from ASUS Benelux
And some products from previous projects.
Best looking mainboard I've ever seen.
First package arrived from Highflow.nl
Lovely thing to do in the sun.
Sometimes you'll even have to sacrifice your 30 minute break at work
Nice tools that I don't have at home.
Lovely day and place to work
And a lovely day of blocking.
Don't want to see any more heatpads
I just love clear acrylic.
First test with the acrylic.
Thinking of adding a layer of black vinyl or removing the rubbertape on the desk and re-attach it on the acrylic.
And the second package from Highflow.nl.
Thanks Red Harbinger & Freddy!
Made them shine a little more. (They were fully frosted)
Another night of mounting.
Oh you KNOW I'm subbed
envy...big time :/
I'm not a big fan of bench builds in general but i really like this. Looking great so far and will end with epic
Another great desk mod.
So going to steal some ideas for my desk.
Keep up the good work
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