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Ghetto mod thread!!

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Ok guys, since i started this thread i guess i will go first lol

Its quite embarrassing but here's my old GPU ghetto zip-tie mod from last year! 

AMD R9 280x crossfire with AIO water coolers zip-tied down lol.. i know it's ghetto but it works great!

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(Sorry about the pic quality)

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This is how my mod started out!  Yup it was THAT GHETTO!!!

 

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Don't get discouraged though because we all start somewhere.  After more than a year of saving and buying here and there(love craigslist) I was able to achieve this

 

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Hopefully,  I will be able to get some type of sponsorship(cough Thermaltake cough) for my next mod/build so it doesn't take so long.

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haha, i wish i had a picture of my ghetto mod, i wrapped my PSU cords with black tape back in the day.

I actually think your implementation RE Spartan is quite cool

 it did look better than just having the wires hanging out and in my opinion didn't catch as must dust.

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im a noob to modding. how did you guys go about painting the interior of the case? i mean i have some plastic details and the rest is metal. waht kind of paints should i use for this kind of projects? i really want to do a black and yellow/or orange mod :D

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im a noob to modding. how did you guys go about painting the interior of the case? i mean i have some plastic details and the rest is metal. waht kind of paints should i use for this kind of projects? i really want to do a black and yellow/or orange mod :D

just prep the surface well ..primer and paint it...its just that easy

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Primer is generally white so it won't affect your paint color as much but it does a lot more than that.
Without primer your paint won't stick as well or as long. Primer can also help protect the surface of the object your painting.

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