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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from Tte Martin in ã€�DRACONEM Aluminum】Owner’s Club   
    Since this became a pinned thread I shall post in it.  A few quick tips if you plan on buying this mouse pad is the four rubber feet on each corner do not stay on if you move it.  I applied a small dab of adhesive in each one and have not had a problem since. As for the bungee, instead of adhesive I used double stick tape so you have the option to move it around. Also the mouse cord does not like to stay in the slot provided in the bungee if moved or tugged on. I have the Black Combat White mouse which comes with a pre-attached velcro strap for winding up the cord for storage purposes, which I then wrapped around the bungee to keep it together. I used a second piece of velcro to make sure it doesn't move.  Overall I love it!   It is well made and can be cleaned very easily. If you have any more questions about this mouse pad , please feel free to ask in this thread and I will reply asap.




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    CyberDustin777 reacted in ã€�DRACONEM Aluminum】Owner’s Club   
    The DRACONEM aluminum mouse pad is built to be tough enough for the hardest of battles! Tt eSPORTS decided to offer gamers the most in a premium mouse pad with the DRACONEM. The DRACONEM offers two different surfaces, an aluminum base, and a unique mouse bungee. In addition, its one of the largest aluminum mouse pads on the market because there’s no reason for cloth pads to be the only ones that come in bigger sizes.
     

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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from dO_ob in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    That is 5760 x 1080 , 3 24" monitors using AMD Eyefinity.
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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from Tt Andy in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    That is 5760 x 1080 , 3 24" monitors using AMD Eyefinity.
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to dO_ob in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    LOL ####!! what crazy resolution is that!?
    Happy Halloween to you too
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to RWitts in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    3 x 24inch and a projector. I use the 3 screens for work\games and the projector for films or games on big screen (currently on a 92 inch pull-down screen)
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt Shannon in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    at home I have 6x 30" panels...

    At work I run 4x 24 panels...

    Recently got a ASUS ROG Swift display to try G-SYNC and it is awesome, so I may switch to 6 of those soon.
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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from Tt-Van in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    I was using 2 for the longest time which works great for multitasking.  But now my wife thinks I'm nuts...LOL
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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from Tt-Van in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    I would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Halloween!! 

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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from Tt Andy in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    I would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Halloween!! 

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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from Tt Andy in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    I was using 2 for the longest time which works great for multitasking.  But now my wife thinks I'm nuts...LOL
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt Andy in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    I'm currently using 2 monitors, 1 x Dell 27" and a Samsung 24" if i had more room on my table i would get 3 also haha
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tte Martin in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    Currently I got two, one is in front of my couch and one is on my desk. I am currently saving up for a projector and screen so I can move the monitor from my couch to my desk as well.
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt-Van in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    DKmann101:
     
    I think 3 is a good number to have. I'm looking into new monitors, how do you like your Acers?
     
    Also,
    There are a lot of awesome things in this picture.
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt-Van in How many monitors do you have on your set up?   
    Having multiple monitors can be very productive.  How many monitors do you have on your gaming rig?  One of our team members has five monitors just for work!
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt Andy in What is Tt LCS Certified?   
    And many many more..... so look out for the logo!
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt Andy in What is Tt LCS Certified?   
    Haha me too!! i'm ready to water cool my system!
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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from dO_ob in What is Tt LCS Certified?   
    Can't wait to get my hands on some of the new LCS products. My Core V71 has been waiting to upgrade to custom till these are available.  
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    CyberDustin777 reacted in DRACONEM Aluminum mouse pad   
    We should open an album for DKmann101,  !
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    CyberDustin777 got a reaction from mu5tang71 in Show us your chassis!   
    That's a sweet looking set up.
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to mu5tang71 in Show us your chassis!   
    This is my  Custom Table and PC Combo Setup..... I have a Custom Painted Thermaltake Overseer RX-I with Full Cut-out Modded window. I also change thr pulsing blue Thermaltake dragon Logo light from blue to red....... Below is links to my build logs.... I broke up the build logs into 2 builds... one for the PC, and one for the Table....... Thanks for looking!!!!!
     

    Follow me and join my group on Facbook "Custom Computers"
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/105728249457897/
     
     
    PC Build w/ Custom Water Loop Build Log:
    http://http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/229348-my-asus-rog-build-custom-water-loop/
     
    Custom Desk w/ Lights Build Log:
    http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/220283-custom-triple-monitor-computer-asus-rog-table-build-log-process/
     

     

     

     

     
     
    Here are some photos of my Table Rig combo:
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Renegade in Thermaltake V71 Fire Honeycomb mod   
    Greetings Klaus Andy!
    The white is actually a primer. The intended colour I'm using needed a primer coat to get the coat of paint to properly stick. 
    I did checkout some of the awesome builds from the V71 Owner's Club, but I felt that the thread was dedicated to finished rigs, as opposed to a commenced case mod. 
     
    I've already dropped an email to the Thermaltake Team who have very quickly responded today!
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Tt Andy in Thermaltake V71 Fire Honeycomb mod   
    Ah my mistake, yeh it makes sense to put primer on first to get the color you want... now you got me curious on what color your indenting to paint
    anyway looking forward to seeing your build progress! will put this thread on follow
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to marcnaz in Core V71 Owner's Club   
    In regards to the side exhaust fan i reckon it mainly keeps the case cooler. Its the two 140mm front intake fans for the gpus that really improved things.
    Although i'm sure the 200 does help a bit (ie: cooler case = cooler everything inside)
      Also the top rad is set to intake - so the 200 helps there also.   Ps.: I hooked up a voltmeter to the fan controller power out and noticed it topped out at 9V (high) & 6V (low).The yellow wire seems to send out a 12V signal to just turn on the leds. So connected it (with a y-splitter to another fan with rpm signal) to the MB and the yellow wire to the led switch and works like a charm (Lights + auto fan speed control). When the 200mm is hooked up to the MB its noticeably louder and pushes out some serious air.
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    CyberDustin777 reacted to Renegade in Thermaltake V71 Fire Honeycomb mod   
    I've re-modified this post to be more official. We are away! 
     
    I've kept this under wraps for a little while, but now is a better time as any to get this going. It'll help me kick myself into gear to get it across the finish.          Meet my mascot - Tina the stuffed Alpaca. Tina approves of the V71.     Worklog   First off - I stripped the case. Top panel. Front Panel. Side panels. I stripped it down 'till it was #### naked. This is an easy process with the V71.   And now, the hard work begins.    I grabbed the case front panel and very patiently (which may or may not have had excessive amounts of cursing) began prying the front mesh away from the front plastic.                  I am by no means a handyman. But I love to learn, and I love to do things as best as I can.    I reached a point where I had no choice but to dremel two of the centre mesh metal clips. Several thousand more curse-words later - I did succeed in separating the two.     If you're wanting to do this at home, I recommend a pair of long nosed pliers, a thin towel/fabric and patience. Don't resort to the dremel like I did. I felt like Jeremy Clarkson after with a chainsaw.      I decided that because the colour of choice was necessary to be bright as possible, I had this notion in my head that a white primer was best.    After a lot of cleaning, de-dusting, de-oiling with some light metho - the primer was applied.    I've been told there are grey primers that may have been better than what I had chosen - nonetheless I went ahead and primed:                 (I note that the above images is over two days. We had some nice hot days in Sydney, Australia during this process which really helped.    I also had some modder's mesh lying around for a different case mod and I decided to test the bonding between the paint and the primer.      This turned out to me mostly good, however I noticed that the paint did take a lot longer to dry.  I've been told that primers and paints can have different chemical mixtures and can sometimes have issues sticking to each other. Anyone else have this experience?   Unfortunately, Sydney Australia was hit with a huge number of storms and this delayed more painting greatly. There were a couple of great sunny weekends to do more painting, but we were either reluctant for fear of more whacky weather, but also the fear that the paint wouldn't correctly stick and we monitored the modder's mesh test closely.    I've managed to get the first coat of red onto the front. It will DEFINITELY need some sanding to get the coats right, but it's a labour of love as I'm sure many of you know.    But the red was a good choice.       The reason for such a bright red is because I want the end result to have two very different looks.  By day - it will have layers of red and black all compiled together. The mesh will be staying unpainted and as-is. The red honeycomb will peek through the mesh exactly like this:     And by night? -Well - that's something I'll have to show when I have the parts. (Still on the hunt for CPU cooling, GPU, SSD, Fans, 3mm LED's and many other little items to add - Saving in November with Xmas around the corner is just - INSANE!)   Just in case I drop the ball on the painting, I'm ordering a second front and top panel (with thanks to this forum for directing me there. Thank you guys).   I'm also calling up some friends who are handy with a soldering iron to help me out further. As soon as my funds come through, I'll be investing in some more paint and some tools to commence dismantling my PSU.   
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