Ah right haha! Thank you
I bought a vinyl wrap with the stickers printed on from eBay (Kind of cheating I know but much easier and still looks good).
Thanks, I'm glad you like it and that it brings back good memories! :D
We wanted to do the inside, but the inside has lots of slopes and bumps I didn't feel I could make a very good job of it. Maybe some day!
I put the PSU that way around because he keeps it on carpet sometimes, but I found that there's a dust filter, so maybe I'll switch it.
Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it!
If I can convince him to part with it long enough and unplug it from the myriad of cables I'll take some lit up pictures!
We thought about doing the front, he decided he'd see what it's like as it is and we can add it later if he still wants it.
We thought about the inside too but there are so many bumps that it was just a nightmare thinking about it let alone doing it.
He put it on his Snapchat story so I think so!
Sorry it took like a billion years...Fire Strike benchmarks are up now.
Nice shots and super clean build! +1
Thank you very much! (:
I find that if I have the Hue+ on rainbow and the fans on white or them both matching colours is a good bet so that they won't clash
The GPU, monitor and peripherals got sent to the US by mistake. I had an old 620 lying around that we used to get it up and running. I will take some new pictures soon!
I might have forgotten... Will do it when I next see him!
They're limited edition, but the guy who makes them says this
+1 for the Olly Moss print :P
the build is pretty nice too
Holy hell that is the coolest RAM I've ever seen O_O
Love the mix of matte and gloss black on the case +1
Nice shots! Would be cool to see a pic of all of the insides together.
Awesome build idea! I'm curious if you built this for the aesthetics of the briefcase or the portability or both?! I'm also wondering how secure it all is, for example, I can't see any screws holding the GPUs in.
Nice! I look forward to seeing it!
I'm looking to build something like this soon, looks like you have an IR receiver in there. Can you tell me if you had to buy it separately from the case? Also what one it is?
Now has a Hue+ ;3
Nice colour scheme! +1
Thanks, I'll look into it, any particular reason you suggested that one?
I did read somewhere that Plastidip recommended you spray a black base coat for all their paint. Except the Blaze series, which should be white. I am going to try repainting it at some point in the future though, so I might do that.
Thank you for the information, do you know why it gets higher temps? I'll check the suggestions and reapply it.
Yeah it's been OK. Going to look at replacing it with something fully modular for V3, any recommendations?
Thank you very much, I appreciate it!
Thank you. Yeah I didn't research into PSUs as much as I should have initially in regards to quality. I figured a wattage was a wattage. Do you have any recommendations? It is something I'm going to look at replacing for V3.
Thanks! Yeah I put on more than I intended. I'm not aware of any issues with putting too much paste on (apart from wasting it obviously), are there any? If so I'll do a reapplication as I'm looking into overclocking the CPU soon and want the connection to be tip top.
Lol, I thought I should let people know, it is quite subtle (; thanks!
Yeah I could tell I'd done too much afterwards. One of the reasons I picked plasti dip was, as I'm a painting beginner, I could try again if I messed up. So watch this space!
Still 29th Jan here! :P
Great, I look forward to it (:
I can see that I can 'Add a Custom Part' to my parts list but I don't see an option to 'Automatically Add to Inventory' like with listed parts. Am I looking in the wrong place?
D: You need some fluff up in there.
Warm is awesome (:
Comfy sweaters are the best sweaters. Is it all fluffy inside? Like wearing a warm fluffy hug :3
Sounds like an awesome sweater! XD
Yay for fellow ladies! high fives
Sure thing! Might not be until next month though.
Thanks, it's nice to have somewhat of an idea of what it'll look like beforehand! (:
I don't know about sticking but I just made a build with the same processor and mobo and I got really high temps (70C in Speccy) I downloaded AMD Overdrive which game me a much more accurate idea of the temperatures. The temp data I was getting from Speccy was actually the "Thermal Margin" data, as you can see in AMD Overdrive, which is the degrees away from the maximum heat the CPU can handle (so higher = better!).
Thanks, yeah finding source pics is probably the hardest part!
If you mean how long the concept pic took, probably an hour or so. The build was about 5 hours. Thanks (:
I guess I was thinking more of the budget being entry level than the parts we managed to get!
Guessing you meant 'sick'? If so, thanks! xD