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    Awwwsassin

    Voting Stage Two

    My Vote is for Stuart Henning :D
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    Here's the links for versions 1.2.3 and 1.2.4. https://bit.ly/Key3RiingPlusV123 https://bit.ly/Key3RiingPlusV124 1.2.5 crashes everytime I try to change the fan speed percentage. Reverted back to 1.2.4. Awesome fans, absolutely horrid software. It's too bad. It would be nice to be able to set our own fan curve settings...
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    I thankfully had it in one of my folders, send me a PM and we can figure out how to get it into your hands.
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    Strolla

    Show us your chassis!

    Better join in since I just finished most the little things finally in my build. This is my Thermaltake P5 Aorus build Specs : Hardware - i7-8700k - OC to 4.8 Aorus ATC700 cpu cooler Aorus Ultra gaming 2.0 motherboard Nvidia RTX 2080 32g 3200mhz G.skill Trident ram Thermaltake 850w Gold power supply Samsung 256 960 evo (OS drive) Intel optane 32g matched to 8TB Seagate archive drive 128 Toshiba SSD 1TB Blue and 250g Green western digital M.2 SSD fitted to NGFF boards Custom lighting - Over 350 LED's, Lian li Strimer 24 and 8 pin, optic fiber lighting (lighting around motherboard and NFCC boards), custom infinity mirror power cable cover, and Thermaltake 3D printer fan bracket for rear top fan, Goverlay info screen, built bottom cover, Aorus SSD cover and Custom SSD cover made by JMMods (if you need custom backplates, covers and other things google the name and check out his website and youtube, inspired me to build my cable cover, does good work). sorry if the photos are not that great Thanks for having a look.
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    Thanks! Had a few PM's about how I configured the small display to show System Specs via CAM software, thought I would share this here in case there are future questions. Running it as a 4th display via HDMI (tiny one at the bottom right). For the most part it works pretty well. I did have to use a simple 2 way HDMI switch when using the Oculus Rift. For some reason the Rift and the small 7in screen don't play well together, so I just use the switch to toggle between them when I have to use the Rift. Simple enough.
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    Hard to say. Could be a bad quick disconnect port, but my guess is a faulty O-Ring. I would check the ones over near the leak area as they are pretty easy to damage.
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