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       14 Oct 2018 #1451

    Kol12 said: View Post
    Looks great Cliff, very tidy. I like the bluey white theme you have there.
    Thanks

    I'm also still playing around with the lighting, another reason not to finalize the cable/wire management.
    I might move the strips around, but want to see how the RGB RAM looks and effects the lighting first.

    Being the inside is white, white RGB, and different gradients of blue look best(cooler colors anyhow) I find, where as in dark internal cases, warmer colors like red, orange, and yellow look better.
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  2.    14 Oct 2018 #1452

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I don't own a camera, or a smartphone, so I took this with my webcam... sorry

    Until my 32GB of Trident RGB RAM gets here, this is what I have so far
    I need to order come cable combs, now that I know how many, and the size also.
    I still need to hide some of the smaller cables, like the ones running to RGB, and tidy up the ones on the bottom(USB, audio and all), but I wait until Everything is finished, then do the visuals.Attachment 208340
    Nice job so far Cliff.....for crying out loud buy a dam camera, I have an old Canon, 15 years old, that still takes great pic's.
    Wiring looks good.......you'll love that case if you don't already.
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       14 Oct 2018 #1453

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Nice job so far Cliff.....for crying out loud buy a dam camera, I have an old Canon, 15 years old, that still takes great pic's.
    Wiring looks good.......you'll love that case if you don't already.
    Thanks Mike
    This was my first time using sleeved cables.
    It's just like when I went multi-monitor.... I'll never go back!

    I tried the PWM hub that comes with the case for my two front and the rear fan, but since it uses (what Phanteks recommends) the CPU PWM connection, and my CPU is water cooled, I noticed that the front fans don't cool my PCH(chipset) enough and it stays at 50-52C.
    So I think I'll leave the back fan on CPU connection(so when I get a BIOS update, I won't have the monitoring problem where it doesn't boot directly into BIOS or Windows and monitoring needs to be turned off again, as my AIO is connected to the AIO connection and not CPU_FAN), and move the two front fans to the chassis(CHA_FAN2 and CHA_FAN3) motherboard connection and set them to read PCH(chipset sensors get warmer faster that motherboard ones do in Q-Fan control).
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  4.    14 Oct 2018 #1454

    Cliff you must have a smartphone with a camera? That's my camera..
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       14 Oct 2018 #1455

    Kol12 said: View Post
    Cliff you must have a smartphone with a camera? That's my camera..
    Absolutely not

    I am as anti smartphone(I Would never get anything done at work, if I had one) as I am anti-facebook
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  6.    14 Oct 2018 #1456

    Well I don't have a smart phone either, just an old flip phone, but it still has a camera.
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  7. Cliff S's Avatar
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       14 Oct 2018 #1457

    I did open it back up and tidied up the cabling front and back, specially the controller and cables for the Thermaltake AIO.

    I also adjusted fan speeds to the highest, but painless, minimum levels, so my case (chipset specially) gets a bit more of a breeze.
    Then I remembered to go to C:\ProgramData\ASUS\DIP\FanXpert\Profiles and copy the profiles to a folder I have in documents, incase I need them(like when updating FanXpert or AI Suite).

    I'm pretty much satisfied with how it came out now.
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       14 Oct 2018 #1458

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Well I don't have a smart phone either, just an old flip phone, but it still has a camera.
    I don't have any sort of cell phone Mike, I have an answering machine, and the best part of that is, most people that call and get an answering machine just hang up, and if they don't leave a message, I don't call back
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  9.    14 Oct 2018 #1459

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I don't have any sort of cell phone Mike, I have an answering machine, and the best part of that is, most people that call and get an answering machine just hang up, and if they don't leave a message, I don't call back
    I got one of those too......and do the same as you, unless its my ex .....
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       14 Oct 2018 #1460

    unless its my ex .
    You mean, even if she leaves a message, you don't call back
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