LOVE ur comment bro!
Again sorry for the late reply ... I didn't painted around or so. I've tested the translucency attributes of the spray on an acrylic glass. With three thin layers there is a good coverage and the LED paper still shines through very well. Even with the block's LED set to red or green is still authentic in color.
Sorry for the late reply and I'm convinced that you've already finished your build. But you can add two HDDs to the bracket on lower section, where the psu is located without any troubles.
Thx, I just turned off that ones and installed a warm white LED stripe behind the graphics card to have it indirectly shining on the mobo. That's way better ... ;)
And turned off that ugly gpu LED stuff.
No I didn't. But that already looks pretty nice!
Thanks! Will bring up pictures from that one as well ...
Hu? You mean the cable combs? o_O
Hahaha! And I was wondering, if somebody will recognize ... ;)
Hahahaha ... Sorry dude! ;)
Yeah, saw that build. Great one ... :D
I used a rim spray from German manufacture plus grounding/filler.
Shouldn't look like yellow, but with any LEDs on it's difficult to still get it looking gold ... ;) Especially on Photographs.
On fotographs you're always getting other colors, than in real world.
At the moment, I'm not planning to put the HUE+ in there. But that thing would be a great choice, especially on such difficult light reflecting colors like gold. Hmm... Maybe! So if, I will post pictures! ;)
Woohoo! Glad to hear! Appriciate it! ;)
From a local store. They're the E22 cable combs, 3mm.
Didn't see that build, so no. But is nice as well! ;)
Diggin by this i.e.!
Yeah, it pretty much bothered me, seeing the card is hanging like 5 mm down on the right edge ... But it seems to be very stable though. Tripod could do it (lol) but the only possibility somehow could be a PCIe slot expansion.
I didn't painted around ... I've tested the translucency attributes of the spray on an acrylic glass. With three thin layers there is a good coverage and the LED paper still shines through very well. Even with the block's LED set to red or green is still red or green.
Yeah, a golden custom loop with goldish liquid would be too much. Just black and bended shiny tubes with black liquid and some custom painted parts on the block and golden fittings would fit here, I think. But I couldn't find a block which matches such requirements.
Thanks a lot! Yes, like mentioned in the description, I painted heatsinks on the mainboard, H100iv2 and radiator apllications, fan rings, thumb screws and mainboard screws, front panel of the graphics card and topper aluminium bridges of the DDR4.
That mouse is really great imo! I got it on a cyber monday for around 70,- bugs, and yes, worth the price! ;)
If you're satisfied with the looking, don't change it. Since the most newer VGAs are blowing into the case instead pushing warm air outside, you'll need a better airflow all over inside.
Thanks a lot! You got a very nice Setup as well! And you made it with the Radiator on the top ... Should be better for air flow from the front since you're running SLI! ;)
Shouldn't look like yellow, but with any LEDs on it's difficult to still get it looking gold ... ;)
Yeah, but the lines of the Kraken seem to be more flexible then mine. It might be possible to have them just hanging down below the RAM like so.
Thanks! Planning to get a nicer looking backplate for the 1080 ... ;)
Thanks a lot mate! Appriciate it! :D
You're a funny dude hu!? ;)
Oh, my fault! Picked the wrong one ... Thanks! Changed ...
Thanks a lot!
I tried a warm white LED stripe. But that was way too bright. Now stuck with that NZXT sleeved LEDs ... I already thought about purchasing them in orange. But they are just looking too much orange.
Because they were black and now ... it's gold!
It's special spray for rims and impact resistant.
PS: But it's a 1080 GLH ... ;)
A burnt copper scheme sounds good. I saw a kind of tribute to Doom-build with rusty rocks completely self made ...
But for the moment I'm satisfied with my build! ;)