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Old 01-20-2010, 10:01 PM   #2561 (permalink)
 
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who fails? :P

i mean do you really think a build of that quality wouldnt be functional?

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Yeah, nice work, I've never had the guts to pull that off yet. I'm surprised he'd solder the 8 pin and not the 24. usually you see both or none.
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Old 01-21-2010, 12:04 AM   #2562 (permalink)
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I'm actually glad he didn't solder the 24 pin. i think it looks pretty sick...
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Old 01-21-2010, 04:00 AM   #2563 (permalink)
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Agreed and his Work with the 8 pin looks amazing as well. I would never have thought to solder an extension cable on there so I didn't have to mess with the PSU...
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Old 01-21-2010, 11:00 AM   #2564 (permalink)
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who fails? :P

i mean do you really think a build of that quality wouldnt be functional?

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finally pics of the new build. I really spent like no time on wire management, so i don't expect as high a rating as i usually get. I had more pics, but i didn't really feel like uploading them all. Sorry for the bad quality, phone camera as always.




that's with 2 hdd's, and ssd as well.
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easy 9/10.

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Wow. Good job there I can't see anything to improve there 9.5/10.

It does look like it was effortless, maybe cases these days make it too easy?
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I think he probably does a great deal on the left side too. I know I don't, that's why with that same case I don't have excellent wm. But yeah, the HAF 932 is a dream to work in compared to mid sized.
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Wow. Good job there I can't see anything to improve there 9.5/10.

It does look like it was effortless, maybe cases these days make it too easy?
wire management has kinda become part of the build for me now. So i cant really build a comp with out it having decent management. If i really was gonna go for the best i would fix upf the sata cables *run them under the mobo) tape the opical drive cables to the bottom of the drive (there is nothign to zip tie them to) and a little clean up here and there. But meh, that was just done when i was putting in my gpu and psu yesterday.
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who fails? :P

i mean do you really think a build of that quality wouldnt be functional?

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OK, fine ya got me. I fail, I did not even think about soldering it to the back of the board.

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