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#21
davetheshrew

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Looks pretty cool, never really been a fan of dinoc but you pulled it off well



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Thank you :)



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Sweet and clean looking. Excellent job you did there pal 



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Thank you :)

Have given the loop a good flush at the weekend as the fluid i had went a bit cloudy.

End of the month will get some XSPC blood red juice :)



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Always feel like your kicking ass when playing games, with a beautiful machine next to ya. :-) getting me into the rebuilding mood.

Andy

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Thank you Andy :)

Get rebuilding chap :)



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Looks fantastic mate, Carbon can make or break a build you've nailed it



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Thank you :)

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sorry for no text it was doing weird things :(

 

Changed the rear fan for another NB jobby,this time with the white blades,i think they look ok :)

Also got some small cathodes for a bit of light (not everyones fav i know)

Just got to save up now for another four for the Rad :)

 

Thanks for looking :)



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once again,i have to say how neat and beautiful that looks.

 

enjoy it :)

 

Andy



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Cheers Andy  :D



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Few more pics

 

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Thanks for looking  :thumb:

 

 



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Hi all,still got the old Red lian and changed it a few times.

Some pics with some XSPC goodness.

 

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Changed the tubing and the LED,s

 

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Another change of tubing and a different Res  :roll:

 

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Then i treated myself to another case with the Air 540,that also went through a few changes.

 

First go i went with Air and water

 

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And another two more changes,one with clear tubing and the other with chrome tubing.

 

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Back to using my old Red lian for the mo as my son is using the 540.

Next plan is to have a play with my old Cosmos S  :thumb:

 

Thanks for looking  :thumb:

 

 

 

 



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That chrome tubing looks ace!!



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