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  1. Thank you very much for the vote!
  2. Thanks Poparaadnan! I appreciate it!
  3. Your awesome and thanks for the support!
  4. Thank you buddy! TEAM USA ALL THE WAY!
  5. That's very kind of you! Thanks for the VOTE!
  6. Thanks buddy! I appreciate the support and VOTE!
  7. Thank you soo much for the vote!
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    [USA] Calen Saddler

    Due to high requests to see more I have some more high resolution photos to share:
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    [USA] Calen Saddler

    Thank you soo much! That's very kind of you to say.
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    [USA] Calen Saddler

    It Comes to an End: I can't thank you all enough who have supported the "Replicant" case mod. I'm amazed at the amount of support and positivity that has been shared with me. This competition was quite the journey and seeing Replicant finished; I know the extremely long hours were worth it. I manged to push myself further than i ever have before while assuring that every piece is clean looking and achieved at my high standards. I pulled off my goal to touch every single piece and mod it in one way or another. Everything was done in house and with my own hands; the end result is something I'm extremely happy with. Thanks again and make sure to place your vote! ••Make SURE to VOTE for the Replicant CaseMOD Invitational build•• Thank You to our Sponsors! Thermaltake - ASUS - AMD - Plextor - Gskill - ROG - Luxa - TT Esports A massive thank you goes out to our Sponsors as the Replicant case mod wouldn't have been possible without them! Thermaltake also did a great job helping us all out with anything we needed. They have some wonderful employees that truly love the sport of Competitive Modding! Hardware Specs: Motherboard: Asus X470 Crosshair VII CPU: AMD Ryzen 2700 Graphics Card: Asus Strix GTX 1070 Ram: Gskill RGB TridentZ DDR4 (16gb) Storage: Plextor 512gb NVM PCIE SSD Power Supply: Thermaltake iRGB 850w Cables: Lian Li Strimer & Thermaltake black and white sleeved extensions Fans: Thermaltake 120mm Trio RGB, Ring Plus & Pure Plus. Accessories: TT Lumi Plus addressable leds strips, 5" touch screen monitor, vandal switch Watercooling: Thermaltake D5 dual pumps, 4 X reservoirs, 480mm copper radiator, 4 X 120mm radiators, Pacific W4 Plus CPU block, GPU waterblock, 2 digital led controllers, Sync controller, 2 X inline digital temp sensors and white 16mm C-Pro fittings Final Photos & (Video Coming soon): The Replicant (Blade Runner 2049) Final Video: Final Replicant CaseMOD Invitational Video:
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    [USA] Calen Saddler

    Who's Ready? Final videos photos are being edited right now! I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who supported the "Replicant" CaseMOD Invitational build. I couldn't be happier with the Final result. After pouring hundreds of hours into modding every detail; I'm very proud of the final product and I know you will be too! Only a few more hours and you'll all be able to check out the epicNess known as, Replicant!!!
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    [USA] Calen Saddler

    Invitational Badge: I fealt it was only proper to make a Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational badge for the cable management setup on the Replicant mod. I designed it from the ground up since I've been having some software issues. Took a lot more time but I like the way it came out so it's well worth it. Front Acrylic: Originally I didn't plan on making custom front pieces. I did however make a few acrylic pieces that make up the front but didn't originally design pieces to go around the front fans. Once I started disassembling and reassembling the front I decided that I really needed to make something to go around the fans even though they really wouldn't be seen much. I spent hours designing and redesigning a new front fan shroud. After many redesigns I came up with a great 1. Leak Testing: (video) I always go through a basic check list before leak testing. Making sure all the adaptors, tubes and fittings are tight is important to eliminate the potential for small leaks. The most common leak I come across is from not tightening an adapter or fitting all the way. Usually if I have time I'll fill the entire loop with coolant or distilled water without powering up the pump. Most of the time this isn't doable because most loops require you to power up the pump to fill the 2nd half of the loop. I design my loops so it usually isn't requured. This allows me to let the loop sit overnight before powering up the pump. It's not a required measure but make easier for me. VID_239520312_040004_935.mp4
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    [USA] Calen Saddler

    Wiring Mockups of Cable Management: I've done all the final work to the rear cable management parts. I want to wait to finish the rear wiring to the Thermaltake controllers so I can program it through the software. Once I have it in order I can assemble the controller mounts. I'll also add the shrouds after leak testing. Having them off gives me better access to the build to check for leaks.
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