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Old June 19, 2010, 11:22 PM
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That's a Lian Li V-1000 series, and the wheels come with them. They are milled from solid aluminum.

If you really like them, you can buy a set here: Lian Li Solid Aluminum Casters [WB-01] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
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Old June 27, 2010, 01:09 PM
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Some pics of my first project. Hope you enjoy! And yeah, hi Canucks! This is my first post. I've tried to find the forum rules, would anyone be so kind and PM me with the url?









Here's my new project which you can find here:

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...tml#post396594
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That looks fantastic. Absolutely beautiful build. May I ask why is the water in the top of the res all milky?
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Old June 27, 2010, 01:42 PM
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That looks fantastic. Absolutely beautiful build. May I ask why is the water in the top of the res all milky?
It's bubbles or the water moving atleast. The shot is taken while the PC is on and with.. Long shutter time? Is that the right word? :P
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It's bubbles or the water moving atleast. The shot is taken while the PC is on and with.. Long shutter time? Is that the right word? :P
Long exposition is the right term:P but dude your build is simply fantastic and looking so fking nice!
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Old June 27, 2010, 03:00 PM
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Long exposition is the right term:P but dude your build is simply fantastic and looking so fking nice!
Exposition time it is then. :D Thank you very much! I'm proud of the result
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Hannes, Excellent build! Shows a lot of planning and forethought. Really nice.

BTW is that a kink developing in the input of your rad?
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Hannes, Excellent build! Shows a lot of planning and forethought. Really nice.

BTW is that a kink developing in the input of your rad?
Thanks man! Not really any planning or anything at all. It just kind of came to me over time. It started with a whole set of other components, noctuafans, gigabyte MB, gtx280.. But yeah, you see the end result right there. :P

Hush, there is NO kink ..Or actually, yeah it is a kink in development. If the hosing were not thick enough it would have plugged the loop. That build is in bits and pieces and have been sold in every direction so It's not something to worry about anymore. :P

Now I have bigger (Actually way smaller) problems at hand.

Buildlog: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...06-2010-a.html
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That was an awesome looking machine,good luck with the new project.
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