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  1. VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE MOD BELOW: VOTE DATE: December 28th 2020 -> January 15th 2021 Prizes: 1) TOUGHRAM 3200mhz 2) Floe DX 240 AIO liquid cooler 3) Thermaltake PF1 850 Power supply Mods [Australia] Corey Gregory [Italy] Franco Martinelli [Spain] Aitor Larrañaga [Thailand] Siwasak Sirisomboon [Philippines] Michael John Lacerna [United Kingdom] Richard Ord [USA] Ron Lee Christianson
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  3. Air brushing time! I am not the best air brusher out there but I love giving new things a try!
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  4. The 2020 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1 is starting today! Event Rules 2020 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1’s focus will be on creating the most exciting and most unique design on our TOUGHRAM memory modules.Participating modders are given a specific time frame to modify the heatsinks, without changing the overall appearance and layout of the RAM itself. Contestants must only use TOUGHRAM with no other PC components, contestants cannot add the ram to a motherboard or a PC build. Modders may create a stand for the modules but the overall modules must be the
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  7. I designed a cyberpunk art piece in adobe illustrator to cut out some vinyl to act as a stencil when I air brush.
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  8. Update time! after the primer I did paint each ram with the colors that matches each theme. For this I have the first two sticks that I have finished which are the Arasaka Mantis Blade and Mox themed heat sinks. There are two more that I am still working on which are the Militech and Yaiba Kusanagi. Decided to go with four different references instead of just one then applying it on all four. I think made the modding more fun well here goes a barrage of pictures from the stands and the actual modified TOUGHRAM without the custom stands.
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  9. Hey There good people of the internet! Firstly I just want to thank Thermaltake for having me onboard for another awesome event and I appreciate being here along side amazing friends and talent! I believe this particular event is going to be a hard one for my particular style of modding, I by no means consider myself to be a great air brush artist but I will do my best and enjoy seeing how others work to try and improve myself! Firstly I just wanted to share a few photos I took of the RAM before I start doing any modding to them. I hope you all enjoy the progress and I encourage ever
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  10. If anyone is having trouble calculating how much power they need for their next build you can use this website as a guide The site also has a quick flow guide which can help you map out your water loop! http://extreme.outervision.com/index.jsp
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  11. View71

    Core V71 Owner's Club

    Hmm, ya, I see - why not just use small cable ties to fix the fans and you only need 2 ties (diagonal mount) for each fan.
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  12. On the download page, they have not removed v1.3.8 - that should be a HUGE clue on what to do! I had the same problem. New Riing Trio 12 with controller. Installed it, loaded the software (1.3.9) and I thought my controller was bad. Any fan plugged into 1 worked. Any fan plugged into 3 mostly worked, but I would get the Exclamation Point of Doom on 5 - even with nothing plugged into it - along with the Controller 1 warning splash. I put a fan in spot 5 and sometimes it would work, sometimes it would error, sometimes I needed to reboot - - - a freakin nightmare. No combination seemed to wo
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  13. I just bought the 5 pack of Riing Plus 14 RGB fans for my new AMD Threadripper build. I got it all assembled and installed the latest version of the TT software, 1.1.6, and it will not recognize my 2nd controller. I have them daisy chained using the supplied cable. But the software doesn't see the 2nd controller. I have the dip switches on the first controller all set to off. The second controller, on the dip switch for position 1 is turned on. The rest are off. I am using the AMD Threadripper CPU and have read there are some issues with the controllers not working with the AMD chipset.
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  14. Same Problem here. Lower right doesnt work anymore suddenly... Edit: Nvm, as support seems not to respond to other people, I take the way over amazon.
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  15. Same here, 4 controllers and since 1.3.9, 2 of them need to be manually turned on as well as fan controllers default to different fan ports each restart. What a pain.
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  16. Hello Hello glad that you love the Core P5 TG Ti. the color is really unique and looks really good. about that "fingerprint" issue, i am so sorry about that. that's the first time i heard about this kind of issue. and since i haven't had an clue about what that is, i might need some time to discuss with our PM/Supplier. and for that VGA stand, that is the stand for those users who install their GPU vertically. since the GPU is getting heavier and bigger, it may need the little stand to hold on the GPU tray. kindly check the picture below and those two screw
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  17. You can try the msi mag b550 tomahawk if you're doing an amd build, it has quite a few rgb headers and control through mystic lighting. There's not a lot of rgb on the motherboard itself though. It could also use a couple more usb pluggins, but mine works pretty good as it is.
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  18. VOTE FOR WHO YOU THINK WILL WIN IN THE POLL ABOVE FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A SET OF TOUGHRAM!
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  19. I Vote for Mandalorian, great theme and details. I like it
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  20. You should have not only an idea, but you should realize clearly all the mechanics. A minor background in art would also help you with the presentation of your game. Business would also be a good degree to study (or business administration, or something like that) so you can administrate your own business. As for the realization of the technical part, I'd recommend you to contact a talented team of python developers C, C++, C# developers. I would also advise to start with something simple, do not to create something massive at once. Create so-called minimum viable product of your
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  21. Hello Everyone. This is the way. The Razor Crest Power Ram Modules and Cargo Carrier. These modules are key power dimms for the Razor Crests navigation, without it, Grogu and Mando would of been lost navigating the galaxy. These are the final pics of our Mandalorian Beskar Ram Modules and Cargo Carrier. Special thanks to Thermaltake and all my fellow modders who created these awesome projects for this fun and exciting competition. Full build video currently in edit and will be uploaded soon.. Stay tuned and thanks for voting.
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  22. what an exceptional job you managed to integrate the rams so harmoniously that everyone will want to buy a ram kit with the starcraft character ... congratulations indeed
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  23. After wet sanding the primer it was time to paint! The first Cyberpunk stick will be yellow and the second will be purple and blue. We plan on doing some air brushing and vinyl work after the paint cures.
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  24. Time to PRIME! We will be doing two different styles of Cyberpunk Ram sticks, one will be the usual yellow and the other will be the purples and blues you see throughout cyberpunk art and the game. First things first we cleaned the surfaces and primed the RAM Heat spreaders.
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  25. Few updates today, the branding needs to go for now to i'm going to spray them primer. Here is a peek at the theme that I'm working on I am still waiting for the epoxy primer to dry and as soon as they are I will execute all the plans that I have in mind and be back with more updates. Deadline is near so I hope everything works out fine.
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  26. Update time! To remove the heat spreaders I need to get the chrome plated parts first, finger nails are great for this part. When they get un latched just simply pull them off. Without the chrome plated design. Then just slide off the upper portion. Then you should have this at this point, now I'm ready for some heat gun action. Heat will help us remove the heat spreaders from sticking on the RAM Sticks. It was a hard battle but we got one! hahaha just need to do this 3 more times clean them up and I should be ready for
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  27. Ahmad Syafiq Hamman - I'm standing with minecraft theme
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  28. Bumping my worklog with the Toughram White out of the box Next update will be dis assembly of the heat spreaders.
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  29. Hi everyone, I recently purchased a Core P5 case and i will be modding this case heavily, so first job was to make a highly accurate model of the case. So i did and i wanted to share this with everyone who feels like building a core P5 mod. I uploaded the files to Grabcad as here i am limited, but you can find it right here: https://grabcad.com/library/thermaltake-core-p5-2 I have worked a serious amount of hours on this model, so please if you use it and you write about it, please mention me somewhere, that would be highly appreciate. If you are going to use the mo
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