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    Juggapat

    [Thailand] Juggapat Thonglue

    Right now I'm thinking about 2-3 kinds,Hahah , but I will do my best.
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    Juggapat

    [Thailand] Juggapat Thonglue

    Awesome gaming gear and Powersupply!! Thank Thermaltake and Andy !! ..
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    Juggapat

    [Thailand] Juggapat Thonglue

    Hello everyone!! I'm juggapat Thonglue from Thailand. I am very honored and excited to participate in this competition. Thanks to Andy and Thermaltake for organizing this competition. You can follow me on this page : https://www.facebook.com/Juggapat-Modifier-JMDF-191604944726528/?ref=bookmarks Thank you AMD, Zotac, ASRock & Plextor for sponsoring us with all the components for the project.
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    To all participants, I wish you the best of luck!
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    Go For SUNNY SUN!
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    come on! go for SUNNY SUN from China!
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    I support SUNNY SUN to win!
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    giwajeh

    [Japan] Toru Sekiguchi

    good photos!
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    LiquidAtoR

    [Canada] Erik Bergwest

    Goodluck with the project.
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    Sunny Sun,yes!China go!
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    SUNNY SUN

    [China] Sunny Sun

    We now edit the sample modle by using CAD. The P5 GT will be lied down and put on the center. And we will dig holes on feet to fit the weight shift when the hardware equipped.
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    [Canada] Erik Bergwest
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    Sanjaya

    [Sri Lanka] Sanjaya Bhanu

    Hi Everyone, Just received some sweet sweet LCS fittings from TT. So I decided to put em on the photo table. Hopefully i get the other parts soon as well and then we will be off to build. I am currently ordering some of the stuff I need from online shops, so those should be here in time as well.
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    Go Jesse, go Go GO!¡!
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    [Thailand] Juggapat Thonglue ✌️
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    So today , my iris rgb hatsune miku edition software suddenly told me to update it, it had a new version, but as soon i click the “UPDATE NOW" button the mouse died right away, no rgb lighting,no respond upon clicking nor moving the cursor.I have try reinstall the software and still get the same result, the "UPDATE NOW" button are not responing upon clicking , its like the software itself is frozen.I download the software from the japanese ttesport website i think, the software version are the oldest 1.000, and the newest version is 1.128. You can see the image below, the Software is literally bugging, the moment i plugin my mouse , the update notice will immediately pop-out, but i cant do anything since the "UPDATE"button wont work nor the “Later”button too.Any one has a solution for this mess?
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    [Thailand] Juggapat Thonglue
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    ZenModz

    [Australia] Ken Byrnes

    Hello, This will be the Theme I am going to be going with. I will be using lots of different techniques in this build. Tools used will be, AI, PS, Laser, Cnc,, Hand Sculpting. 3d printer. Airbrushing. and the good old paint brushes. Pulling out all the stops on this one. Should be fun. No hacksaw-ing the tubing this time. This kit should make this much easier to work with. Thank you TT.
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    Voting with Jesse Tiongson.
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    ramdom

    [Philippines] Jesse Tiongson

    Thank you asrock for this wonderful motherboard mod on!
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    Pre Event Predictions (August 23rd ~ September 20th) Pre Event Predictions will run from August 23rd to September 20th Prizes will be announced at a later date. All you have to do is write down on the thread who your top pick for this season is for your chance to win. Prizes to be won: Floe 240 AIO Cooler, Core P5 V2 This event is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Apple Inc. PRIZES Floe 240 AIO cooler https://www.thermaltake.com/floe-riing-rgb-240-tt-premium-edition.html Core P5 V2 https://www.thermaltake.com/core-p5-tg-v2-black-edition.html
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    ramdom

    [Philippines] Jesse Tiongson

    Very nice !
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    cucmag

    [Canada] Erik Bergwest

    what this little graphic card !!! we don't see it on the P5 😛
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    cucmag

    [Japan] Toru Sekiguchi

    Good luck on this new Tt's challenge :)
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    Go Team. Ph! We will support you all the way... Rock On!! WE LOVE Thermaltake!
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    Jos214demi

    [USA] Ben Quintanilla

    Nice! looking forward to your build man!
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    김태연

    [South Korea] Taeyeon Kim

    I finally got the goods.There are good gifts, but Some things didn't come. be still in the stage of conception I'm going to make something traditional in Korea. Please look forward to it ^^
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    김태연

    [South Korea] Taeyeon Kim

    Tell Me Your Wish^^ -SNSD
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    Y.G Casemod

    [Italy] Yuri Gabrielli

    Well guys today the competition officially starts. Here is the render of the Project "Stealth" Advanced Attack Drone. The idea born from my passion for aeronautical static modeling that I have since childhood. Combining the shape of the original Core P5 V2 with the ideas I had in my mind came out this futuristic attack drone armed to the teeth. In rendering there are not all the details (which are many) and that we will discover together as we go along with the progression of the works. Very particular this time it will be the painting that involves the use of the airbrush in a heavy manner with painting techniques for modeling as the weathering. Waiting for the remaining sponsor packs here are the photos. Note: Worklogs will be published simultaneously on: https://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/89023-italy-yuri-gabrielli/ https://www.nexthardware.com/forum/worklogs/91741-project-stealth-advanced-attack-drone-thermaltake-casemod-invitational-season-2-2019-a.html https://forums.bit-tech.net/index.php?threads/project-stealth-advanced-attack-drone-thermaltake-casemod-invitational-season-2-2019.366554/ https://www.overclock.net/forum/18082-builds-logs-case-mods/1733164-project-stealth-advanced-attack-drone-thermaltake-casemod-invitational-season-2-2019-a.html Stay tuned.
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    Rakesh Sharma

    [Canada] Erik Bergwest

    Waiting to see more about the project. Best of luck.
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    ramdom

    [Philippines] Jesse Tiongson

    Hello guys thank you for your support . 1st package arrived , so cool , Thank you to all sponsors supporting this event.
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    I would like to be able to pick what temp sensor to control the fans by, be able to set up custom fan curves, and as another person said, turn an individual fan off when not needed. I'm using a Tower 900 case, with 10 Thermaltake fans and 2 pumps. 4 fans on CPU radiator, which I would love to be able to use my water temp sensor to control. I would turn each individual fan on as the water temp rises, and once all fans are running at 33%, my curves would go up as required. The CPU temp bounces around a lot as I do different jobs, yet the fans really don't need to spin up, unless the water temp rises, and this would allow us people who are trying to keep noise levels down, to seriously tweak our fans.... Also, give us the option to manually punch in the numbers we want, and to use decimal points, because water cooled people will see a water temp range of around 10 degrees, give or take, and those temps are going to be substantially lower than CPU and GPU temps. This is why we need it to be fully customizable. Call it advanced mode, and for all I care, you can have a big window popup that says, "Don't F*****G touch advanced mode, if you don't know what you're doing!" Another reason to allow us to pick the sensors, would be the GPU loop. Right now, I have CPU temps and CPU temps only, to set my GPU fans by... That's just silly. Another reason... The case has a fan that causes air to flow past the VRM/Memory and one that blows air across the the PCH. We should be able to use temp sensors related to those portions of the motherboard, to control those fans... I understand that you're trying to make the software user friendly, but people who build custom loops, are OCD enough, that they want to have ultimate control..
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    A lot of good modders so it's a tough choice!
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