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Old 12-08-2018, 09:18 PM
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Happy Finally done with my new build...thanks for all the help!

I’m really excited about my new pc build. I was really apprehensive about building my own, but I watched a lot of YouTube how-to’s and consulted with this helpful forum for the RGB and cooling part of it. I have to mention that the 460x RGB was tough to get the cable management right. I read a few reviews on this case, and everyone says it is not for the first-time pc build. I didn’t mind trying to tinker and figure it out slowly, and the payoff is huge! Just a beautiful case especially with the RGB effects! Thanks again for all the help I received from multiple forum members! Hope these pictures come out:

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Old 12-08-2018, 10:27 PM
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Nice job! Looks awesome!
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