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Thread: ★★★ Project: Icebreaker ★★★

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    Very Cool and no pun intended!

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    Wow, just read through, looks awesome
    Very clinical, looking forward to seeing it all tubed up.

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    This is nice but, I can't help but think about how much better the build would look with a gigabyte board... The GB color scheme fits so much nicer than that evga.
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    looks nice!!! i like the white accents. great job

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    looks really really nice!! keep up the good work!

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    This build is awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundymania View Post
    Nah i donīt want so much blue in it. Only a white sapphire board would be an option but unfortunatly they donīt produce new boards since many years
    That's true too! Now, why don't people paint motherboards???

    Anyway, the build is really very nice and top notch, I just kept thinking that something needs to be done about the MB colors

    However, it is fine how it is, but if you do paint, I won't complain. The contrast of white and dark looks pretty nice too!
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    Bundy: how about painting EK logo etchings and metallic sides outside transparent top on ram block in white? (or instead block metallic sides top itself in area between top sides and oval O-ring)

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    The Mips ram block looks so much better for this build just saying

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    Yeh I love EK, but the MIPs block is better.
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    +1for the MIPS in this build...
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    still aint workin like the mips did

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundymania View Post
    My vote goes to this waterblock config. I think consistency is very important.

    Also, you can paint the PCB and connectors on the motherboard. I've never painted PCB, but I have painted over my connectors before (DFI boards shipped with ugly yellow connectors). It's a huge pain in the ass, but probably still easier than desoldering connectors . Which I've also done on another board.

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    Sigs are obnoxious.

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    i like frost look. Only ram cooler should be in white too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackleberry View Post
    i like frost look. Only ram cooler should be in white too.
    +1

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    Give eddy a suggestions and they may make a white RAM top for you.
    Link to this nice proj will help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iddqd View Post
    My vote goes to this waterblock config. I think consistency is very important.

    Also, you can paint the PCB and connectors on the motherboard. I've never painted PCB, but I have painted over my connectors before (DFI boards shipped with ugly yellow connectors). It's a huge pain in the ass, but probably still easier than desoldering connectors . Which I've also done on another board.

    I have very creative ways of voiding my warranty.
    +1

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