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Old July 20, 2009, 07:23 PM
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Wow lowfat, very nice, along with morepower.

Dunno how some of you guys pull it off. Don't think I could ever be that patient/meticulous.
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Very nice lowfat.. But the water cooling, where.. sheesh

Gotta agree with Litho, seen many but Morepower's sleeving was done to perfection, clean. Though lowfat's also looks very nicely done!..

You guys make me embarrass when I look at my case
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I have seen a lot of builds in my day, but you two have achieved what I have only dreamed of. Without question, you guys are true artisans. Well done!
Thanks for the comments guys.

lowfat that is a sweet rig you got there too. Great work with the sleeving.

You guys wanna see back of my mobo tray? Click here.
The back panel fits perfectly. No pressure from the wires at all. As you can see I did have to make two cuts on the divider plate. One behind the bay and the other above the PSU so I could get the 8 pin power cable to sit flush.
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Old July 20, 2009, 07:31 PM
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AHA! You cheated, and only did individual sleeves on the 24 pin extension.

Still looks very nice though.
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Old July 20, 2009, 08:04 PM
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AHA! You cheated, and only did individual sleeves on the 24 pin extension.

Still looks very nice though.
It would of been pointless doing the entire run up to the PSU. It's already sleeved from the factory plus if I did do individual wires it would just add bulk making it even more difficult to run the wires. If you look close my GPU power cables aren't sleeved to the very end either because I only have about 3/4" between the HDD cage and the back of the PSU. Sleeving these would make it impossible to slide the PSU in place and to bend the wires around the corner.
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Old July 20, 2009, 09:08 PM
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I was joking. I did the same thing in my Cosmos, only sleeved the visible parts individually. Like I said before, very clean build, you've got me eyeing my sleeving tools again, and my fingers just healed.
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Old July 21, 2009, 05:40 AM
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I was joking. I did the same thing in my Cosmos, only sleeved the visible parts individually. Like I said before, very clean build, you've got me eyeing my sleeving tools again, and my fingers just healed.
And here I was thinking that sleeving my PSU is gonna be fun ... maybe I'll have to rethink that ...
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Old July 21, 2009, 10:11 AM
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I was joking. I did the same thing in my Cosmos, only sleeved the visible parts individually. Like I said before, very clean build, you've got me eyeing my sleeving tools again, and my fingers just healed.
lol, I know. Just wanted to be clear.
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Old July 21, 2009, 10:45 AM
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I've seen the back of your case before MorePower, though looking at it again, you cheated :p... no bad bad Gord.. :p

Just joking, I like the way lots of those wires are neatly tucked away.. Really lots of us admire your rig, you really need to appreciate your own case, it itching for some water cooling you know lol.. :D
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Not as awesome as you guys, but it's all I've got
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Old July 23, 2009, 01:23 PM
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Supergrover wanted a shot of my latest customer contract, which consisted of 4 identical rigs.

P43-DS3L
E7400
Sonata III with 500W PSU
4Gb Corsair ram DDR2-800
XFX GTS250
Seagate 500Gb
XP Pro 64bit
AC7 Pro

And the thing up top was bought using the profit I made...

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Old July 23, 2009, 05:25 PM
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Speaking of which... the Thing.

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