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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Envious Mods in Make Modding Great Again...   
    *peeks in; sniffs the air a bit; absently picks at the back-end a bit; sniffs the finger; backs out of the room slowly*
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Envious Mods in Make Modding Great Again...   
    *peeks in; sniffs the air a bit; absently picks at the back-end a bit; sniffs the finger; backs out of the room slowly*
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from rrcrrc1990 in Case advice   
    Really depends what 'gaming PC case' means.  Is it just the chassis itself, or chassis and cooling system as well?  Form-factor?  Type of cooling to be used will also be contributing factor to the case; if you're going water you're going to need room for rad(s) support. 
     
    Barring all the add-on questions, I would perhaps look @ Fractal Design's offerings as well as some of Corsair's offerings to begin with as that would be within that price-range.  I'm personally partial to Fractal's chassis.
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from 23RO_UK in Project CLUNK by E.E.L. Ambiense - Final Photos 12/5   
    Final Photos

    Click on the thumbs for larger photos

     

    I couldn't bring myself to prune down the amount of shots anymore than I did, so I'm done with 50 PHOTOS.  Not bad, considering I shot over 200+.  ;) 

    Excess at its excessive. 

     

    FYI:  This is not the end of this project though.  Stay tuned for Phase III of Project CLUNK!

     





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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Willy Dijo in WD EXO (Complete) [Scratch Build]   
    Man, this thing is being built like a sexy-colored tank!  Sweet work man.
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    E.E.L. Ambiense reacted to xyexz in Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid Repair/Cleaning   
    So I’ve packed up a Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid mechanical keyboard last year when it started to bug out on me – at first I thought I was typing too fast for it as it would randomly disconnect from my Windows dev machine and it started to get really annoying.
     
    One of the features of the keyboard is the removable usb cable and it’s pretty stiff, but annoyingly it is a low profile connector where it fits into the keyboard – most of the usb cables I have that would fit it from PS3 controller charging cables etc. were way too tall and as such I just packed the keyboard up with plans to return it to Cooler Master for possible RMA.
     
    Well one thing led to another and I ended up voiding the warranty and looking into the innards myself because I can’t help myself (and I hate paying shipping charges – no I didn’t call Cooler Master to even find out if I would have to pay them).
     
    Regardless of the above I also noticed some sticky residue on the keys and some of the Cherry MX switches were very sticky – I’m guessing some beer or pop or both but I’m really trying hard to recall a time I would’ve spilled something on this awesome keyboard… anyways (man this is getting long already and no pictures – sorry!).
     
    I began the descent of cracking open the guts and first you’ll want to void your warranty and remove the single screw that secures the bottom and top halves together:
     
     
    Then using an old library card, gift card or if you’re brave credit card or license – pry the lock tabs out of their counterparts to allow the top and bottom halves to open:

     
    There are numerous tabs along most edges if I recall correctly, none of them are anything special but I did really have to force the card in there but once the card was in the tabs loosened (it’s really more ideal to use as thick a card as you can as you can’t really pry at an angle with plastic cards).
     
    Once the halves are split open you can get a better peek at the tabs I was talking about here:

     
    By the way you don’t have to remove the key caps at all to get this far, I wanted to remove all of them to clean.
     
    With the halves split carefully lift up on the back of the metal bracket holding the key pcb matrix, (no – not the Keanu Reeves kind!), in place, there is a small pcb underneath connected by a four wire pin header that connects the usb connection.

     
    Oddly enough this is where I found my issue – somehow (don’t ask me how), the wire had already come off of the pin header before I had even really lifted up on the key pcb!
     
    But seeing as I still had sticky keys I continued on with the other work, happy that the biggest problem was already solved.
     
    I didn’t take as many pictures of the tools you’ll need to have in order to do this work but here is a quick list:
    Soldering Iron Solder, I prefer thin (0.023” or 0.813mm) for this kind of precise work Soldering wick and/or solder sucker Precision screwdriver (flathead is really the only bit/tip needed) Q-tips 90%+ Isopropyl Alcohol At this point the key matrix pcb should be separate from everything else, I found the Cherry MX switch that needed some cleaning and flipped over the unit to start de-soldering the switch from the pcb – this is the only way to take apart the switch for cleaning.

     
    The board is very simple and I thought it was actually kind of neat that it had labels on it for all the switch positions – a nice touch that makes repairs very easy!
     
    Basically take the soldering iron, (heated up and ready to go), and start applying heat to the soldering point you want to remove.  I’ve found it’s best to just briefly apply the irons tip to the solder repeatedly until it’s flowing – if the iron tip is just sitting on the solder point constantly it’ll get too hot and the trace will burn up (not good).
     
    Once the solder is flowing, use the wick or solder sucker to remove.

     
    It doesn’t have to be completely clean either, leftover solder on the trace is actually a good thing as it’ll make reapplying solder later once the switch is cleaned easier as everything is already tinned.
    Now that the solder is removed the switch can be pushed out of the pcb and metal frame easily by pushing on the black knob poking through the pcb.
     
    Once the switch is out there are four tabs, two each on opposite sides of the switch that will need to be lifted in order for the halves to separate.  I found it easy to unlock one pair at a time using a small precision flathead screwdriver:

     
    One the switch top and bottom halves are apart you can get to the inside easily – make sure to open the halves slowly as there is a spring inside that likes to jump!

     
    Take special care to notice the orientation of the inside components – the white teeth push down against the metal stationary tabs, it’s entirely possible to assemble the switch back together incorrectly and that’s not something you want to notice only after you’ve soldered everything back together and assembled.
     
    Here is the top part of the switch without the spring for a better look, it’s a tad blurry (sorry using my cell phone), but you can see the teeth I’m talking about:

     
    Moving on to cleaning, use the alcohol and q-tips to gentle rub away any old Coke or Samuel Adams residue from the interior of the switch housing (using anything else is a bad idea as I’m not sure what kind of plastics or metals are used and you could eat away or tarnish the components).
     
    I modified a q-tip by removing most but not all of the cotton part to make it thin enough to reach the smaller areas, in the past I’ve used toothpicks to gently scrub at things but for general cleanup it shouldn’t be needed.

     
    Once the cleaning is done reassemble the switch and solder it back on, but before everything is reassembled it’s wise to test everything while it’s still apart.
     
    As the small pcb usb connection board is really hard to connect to the key matrix pcb I removed the connection board for testing purposes:

     
    With any luck success will be had and everything will function as expected.
     
    Reassemble and enjoy your keyboard.
     
    For those looking for Cherry MX switches I’ve found eBay is a great place to look.
    I also found some bumpers on Amazon that are made to quiet down the key presses on Cherry MX mechanical keyboards which I may get as they are very loud during online voice chatting as well as regular cell phone calls.
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    E.E.L. Ambiense reacted to xyexz in Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid Repair/Cleaning   
    Thanks Jesse, yeah there are definitely other ways to clean your board - this way covers cleaning and replacing the Cherry MX switch.
     
    Seeing as how there are brown, red and blue MX switches and some crazy people switch out their whole board for a new color of switch I figured this would be a nice guide for people to see that it's not that hard to do.
     
    I'm a little OCD as well so taking things apart to clean is about the only option in my mind :D
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from RE Spartan in Coming soon: The Mod Zoo Jungle Posters   
    LOL.  Soon!  Soon!
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from RE Spartan in Coming soon: The Mod Zoo Jungle Posters   
    Hello!  How is everyone?  Good...good.
     
    Due to overwhelming demand, and unexpected (but delightful), ravenous support from the mod-munky community (you've all made it what it is -- we all thank you!), The Mod Zoo will begin to offer official merchandise (or 'Munky Merch', if you will) in the near future! 
     
    I cannot reveal what other things are coming down the pipe just yet, but I can mention this one:
     

     
    The Mod Zoo jungle poster is offset-pressed via full color 4:0 printing on 100# gloss book paper stock (long lifespan!) and will be available in approx. 18" x 24" to hang on your shop wall, your bedroom wall, your bedroom ceiling (oh come on....you know someone's going to!) your loft wall, or your bathroom wall (the likeliest of scenarios).
     
    Both posters are ready to go as well as stickers (both cutout and regular) for launch (to be determined!; no solid date yet so please be patient!), followed by some other thingies to be announced.  Stay tuned! 
     
    The Munky Army is rising!
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from RE Spartan in Coming soon: The Mod Zoo stickers   
    Due to overwhelming demand, and unexpected (but delightful), ravenous support from the mod-munky community (you've all made it what it is -- we all thank you!), The Mod Zoo will begin to offer official merchandise (or 'Munky Merch', if you will) in the near future!
     
    Coming up soon -- Mod Zoo stickers! 
     

     
    Details to follow shortly!
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from John-Ivar Rubach in Mod Zoo Podcast Listener Q&A Thread   
    I concur on all fronts. 
     
    Only thing is, why 'reunion'?  Are we Pink Floyd?  Did we break up or something?  Nope; just concentrating on our own poops for a bit is all.  :D
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from 23RO_UK in Project CLUNK by E.E.L. Ambiense - Final Photos 12/5   
    Final Photos

    Click on the thumbs for larger photos

     

    I couldn't bring myself to prune down the amount of shots anymore than I did, so I'm done with 50 PHOTOS.  Not bad, considering I shot over 200+.  ;) 

    Excess at its excessive. 

     

    FYI:  This is not the end of this project though.  Stay tuned for Phase III of Project CLUNK!

     





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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from RE Spartan in Defender Leona build/mod log   
    Looks cool! 
     
    Man I never thought I'd see another of those little chassis.  Built like a tin-can too and weighs just as much.  ;)  They're fun to cut on, but taking too much metal away you can almost sense when it's about to collapse. 
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from rrcrrc1990 in Case advice   
    Really depends what 'gaming PC case' means.  Is it just the chassis itself, or chassis and cooling system as well?  Form-factor?  Type of cooling to be used will also be contributing factor to the case; if you're going water you're going to need room for rad(s) support. 
     
    Barring all the add-on questions, I would perhaps look @ Fractal Design's offerings as well as some of Corsair's offerings to begin with as that would be within that price-range.  I'm personally partial to Fractal's chassis.
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Orange Clockwerk in [Build Log] AlderonnX's Continuum (Cubitek Magic Cube AIO Mod)   
    Jeremy's logs are always cool to watch. 
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Compunut8791 in Project Hubris - a modest PPCs client build   
    Another modest update.  This project will be coming to a close shortly, so I need to tidy up some short-ends on things soon.  On with the update!
     
    I'm continuing to work on the plumbing for the 60+ loops that seem to be present, and it seems like space is becoming a commodity in an otherwise-modest enclosure.  Such is life, right?
     

     

     
    I was able to finish up on getting the rads built up with the slow-spinning Corsair fans...
     

     
    I began work on the second system's loops as well so I can streamline the filling process; i.e. doing it all at once.  In a modest fashion, of course.  The second system's loops would theroretically be the same as the first system, only the Inverted-ATX orientation created some interesting situations.  It doesn't always work out so perfectly, but in all honesty I prefer an Inverted-ATX orientation over regular any day.  It just looks cooler to me.  ;)
     

     
    To control the modest amount of fans in this double-rig, I decided on an equally-modest (and awesome) fan controller...Fractal Design's Adjust 108.  Two of them, of course.  One for each system.
     

     
    In all seriousness, it's quite a sexy controller, and so nondescript and elegant looking too.  A modest 36w/channel too.  Beastly brushed-aluminum (aluminium for Kyle) faceplate and every wire has a label on it telling you what bloody channel it is.  I know that's not something new, but swimming in the odoriferous waters of crappy fan controllers one tends to not see such lovely treatment when it really should be expected.  And really, a label on a wire seems like common sense, right? 
     
    I won't name any names, but there are a few out there that call themselves "fan control experts" and they don't utilize such elementary intelligence...
     

     
    Oh yeah, here's a shot of the PSU's modest power cord for some subdued laughs...
     

     
    I need to begin the leaktesting phase on some of the loops.  Fluid chosen is Ice Dragon, for a clean, sexy, and most-important, modest approach.
     

     
    The fillports added have already paid off for the time to be saved going forward for feeding any of the systems' loops.
     

     
    System #1 Loop #1 already working out quite well.  It's amazing the amount of fluid these Monsta rads drink up...  Very modest!
     

     
    Fillport leads working out well!
     

     
    To streamline the wiring runs for the fan controllers among other system wires, I decided to drop in my own slots in the divider plates on each side of the case, and line it with some channel-molding.  A simple, easy mod that really works out well when you need it.  The plates will sit right above the fan controllers on both sides of the case to allow all the leads from the fans to reach the controller relatively-nondescript.
     

     
    Like this!
     

     
    I also wanted to install some elegant lighting to comply with the client's wish for some "non-flashy, clean looking" lighting, so I decided on some simple LED strips run to a couple of latching switches installed on a couple of bay covers, like this.  In white, of course.
     

     
    ...And installed, right with the fan controller, so all the wiring can go through the modded slot on the plate.
     

     
    White LED strip hidden just under the lip toward the edge of the main chamber, running the majority of the length to cast a soft, white light in there.  Nothing flashy!  And most of all, very modest.
     

     
    Shot of the 1st system leak-testing...  Obviously, still a work-in-progress. 
     

     
    Hopefully I'll be back soon with more since this project is getting close to popping out of the pan.  Thank you for watching and see you soon! 
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Compunut8791 in Project Hubris - a modest PPCs client build   
    Update time!
     
    Been really busy with other commitments at home so haven't been able to spend any of my practically non-existent free time updating logs.  But here's one!
     
    Time to take care of some plumbing, so the tubing chosen was Mod My Toys brand tubing, in clear 1/2-3/4.
     

     
    Continuing with the fillport situation here...
     

     
    I needed to run some fittings to those bulkhead ports.  But the problem is, due to the thickness of these modest rads, I ran out of room/space to get fittings under there.  So some tight tolerance, measuring, and ingenuity prevailed.
     
    Since I was running 1/2-3/4 tubing in here, I just couldn't get a series of fittings under the upper-chamber side-mounted rads, so I decided to drop down a bit in size to my personally-preferred tubing size, 7/16-5/8.  :)
     

     
    With a 90-degree fitting and an extender (to allow the compression collar to go on the fitting without hitting the bulkhead fitting), I could drop in a 7/16-5/8 (CC6) fitting on the ports and allow installation of the rads, or at least, according to measurements.  It worked out just fine.  And it fit in with the modest look of the build too.
     

     
    Here's an overhead shot...  'scuse the "aluminum dust".  ;)  Looks like a 6-cylinder! :P
     

     
    These intermediary lines will connect the external fillports to the reservoirs themselves. 
     
    With the plethora of mods I've built over the years and the relatively smaller percentage of logs I've done for a small amount of them, it's still no big secret that I'm a fan of top fillports.  I just like the ease-of-use, you know?
     
    With one of the side rads installed on the case for a test...
     

     
    Literally, about 2mm of clearance.  :)  Works for me!
     
    Alright, let's run some 7/16 tubing to the fillports along with some Koolance QDCs for easy removal...
     

     
    Another modest angle...
     

     
    Those lines, obviously, go down to the two sets of three res/pump combos mounted inside the main chambers.  Getting those custom combos I put together installed is a rather...interesting task...  Requires some maneuvering that's for sure.  :)
     

     
    Once in place, I bolted down and replaced the stop-fittings for the drain ports for crystal fittings so I can drop in some LEDs in there, just to lighten the mood a bit.
     

     
    I've been pressed for time on a lot of this build so I needed to move quickly in some areas, so I needed to get the complexity of the plumbing worked out and done without much thought beyond making sure things work right and look elegant, and most of all, modest.
     
    And to keep the cleanliness and understated look to things, I decided to hardline some of the loops due to the complex angles and differing heights of components.  Using regular tubing in these situations really shows the limitations of it (such as bend radius).
     

     

     

     
    All the hard-lining is on the mobo itself due to clearance and tidiness issues; all the other tubing runs are normal.
     
    I needed to complete the 3rd loop which was the GPU loop, but didn't feel like running even more tubing down the middle channel, so figured cleanliness would prevail again.  Bulkheaded it instead.
     

     
    Again, 'scuse the "dust".  ;)  FYI -- Don't mod with your gear installed unless you know what you're doing and know how to isolate and protect things!
     

     
    ...And cleaned up.
     

     
    Line runs right down to an angle-fitting that runs directly to a QDCed hookup to the bottom side-mounted rad.  Easy as pie!  And most of all, modest.
     

     
    Quick shot of the condition of things before the dreaded leak-testing starts!
     

     
    I'll be back soon with some more to share.  Toodles!
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Compunut8791 in Project Hubris - a modest PPCs client build   
    Continuing on with this little build...
     
    Reservoirs.  Yes.  Must figure out what to do about that situation.
     
    Well, obviously, we must keep things low-key and modest.  Point #1.  Also, must make it hold as little liquid as possible.  And for six separate loops.  Hmmm.
     
    Since we're using EK products in here, let's keep it in the family, only this time it's a good idea -- even if your sister's a barrel-full of fun sometimes you just have to pass on the 5th refill of Everclear and say no.
     

     
    I dunno.  Seems a little large.
     

     
    Hm...  That's a little better.  But let's work on that a bit.
     

     
    Yeah, I think that would fit with plenty of room to spare!  Now, just need to combine the two since EK doesn't sell a modest-enough 400 version of the D5 pump combo top...
     
    Also, need to work out what to do about the mounting system.  Hm.  EK's system is operating under the assumption you're actually sane and mounting the pump on say a mobo-tray area or something, like a normal person.  But that's not going to work in this modest situation.  So this requires some customization and creativity.
     
    Digging around in the shop a bit, I came up with a decent system that will give the pump/res combos some "legs" to stand up on.
     

     
    And using some old friends here, to give them a bit of "vibrational insurance" if you will.
     

     
    And assembled!  Nice and....modest.
     

     
    A quick little test dry-run fitment...  Looks fine.
     

     
    To go any further, I must take a few mins to install some 5.25 bay peripherals to make sure I'm going to have enough breathing-room in this little case. I tossed in one system's gear, or at least some of it.
     

     
    I should have enough room, sure.
     

     
    Continuing with marking out where I'm going to need to do some additional surgery on the case...
     

     
    Oh, did I mention I needed to make six of these?  Yeah, three for each side of the case, for modesty's sake.
     

     
    I should have oodles of space after these are installed.  Speaking of which -- how am I going to get fluid into them without removing them?
     

     
    Seems to be tons of room between the res of the bulkhead... 
     

     
    Let's toss in a few more fillports there!  That way we're keeping within the client's request for fillport feeding to the systems' loops.
     

     
    And Swiftech's SLI fitting sets seem to fit just about right...
     

     
    Should work out okay.  Now I need to do the same thing on the other side to match.
     

     
    I still have plenty of things ahead of me if I'm going to keep the modesty nice and prominent.
     

     
    I'll be back with more in due-time.  Toodles!
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Compunut8791 in Project Hubris - a modest PPCs client build   
    Continuing the build some more for your daily dose of modesty...
    The rads I chose to go in this build happen to be Alphacool's Monsta 480's. Seven of them to be precise. Namely because they're nice and thin. In fact, at only 80mm thick, they may not have enough surface-area for this build....
    One of my favorite things that I see on a semi-regular basis are watercooling neophytes actually thinking this is rust! :lol:

    Last time I checked, copper doesn't rust, but somehow they assume Alphacool has achieved rust on these and applies it to the rads just before they ship them off simply to anger, frustrate and confuse unknowing customers. And people say I'm paranoid...
    For those not "in the know", this is on purpose. Painting the core of a rad is nothing short of stupid. To minimize complaints and questions about the "ugliness", they do a multipass spray-job on all their rads and lightly hit the edges of the fins so it looks sort of painted.
    Personally, with every build I'd love to just get my hands on exchangers prior to being sprayed at all and I'll handle the coating on this end like I do anyways.
    Anyways, moving on.
    Fan choice is Corsair's quiet-edition high-pressure fans.

    A total of 56 of these fans, actually. Eight per rad for a push/pull setup. See? Nice and modest.

    Throwing on some gaskets in some areas to minimize vibrations even more, although the fans already have some nice anti-vibration corners anyways.

    A quick install to see how they're going to work. Not going to keep the socket-cap copper screws, though.

    This one is mounted on the upper-side of the case, to see if I'll have enough clearance for some other things I have planned.

    A shot from inside the case looking out the upper-side.

    Client has requested some fillports for all the loops to be put in somewhere in the case to make things easier for him. I'd be happy to oblige!
    I decided on a total of six separate loops; three per system for nice and modest cooling.
    I'm thinking the fillports would look great right about here, under the top shroud.

    Marked out and getting ready for some quick surgery...

    And commence drilling!

    Rinse, repeat five more times and slapped in some of the customer's supplied gear, including a bunch of fittings. We weighed a single bag of supplied fittings -- came up to 30lbs! :D

    I've set up three more of the Monstas for the top assembly right next to the fillports. Two of these will be linked which will be cooling the client's main system dual-CPU loop. The second single Monsta up top will cool the opposite system's dual-CPU loop. Modest cooling!

    And installed for a dry-run to see how it will look. Those copper end-caps will be replaced by the client's supplied stop-fittings to match everything.

    Let's go ahead and link the two Monstas together using a pair of 90-degree CC5 compression fittings. Tubing choice for the build is Mod My Toys 1/2-3/4 clear tubing, BTW.

    And all done!

    Oh, here's a shot of the two modest PSUs installed and ready to run this little system.

    I'll be back with more to share soon! Toodles.
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from bungwirez in Project MicroSuperFly by E.E.L. Ambiense   
    Final Photos!











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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from B NEGATIVE in Modding Innovations - Pushing beyond a paint job and pretty watercooling   
    I've seen things grow over the years in this community.  Being a lurker @ B-T since the beginning, and later as a poster, etc.  I entered the w/c arena in its infancy basically for better cooling than air for OCing purposes; nothing else.  But as an artist, I tend to find beauty in a lot of things and w/c was no exception.  So the addiction took hold.
     
    You're still a youngin', Andrew.  You'll see some amazing things come to fruition over the years -- just stick around, learn, build, experiment, and enjoy!  Being under the wing of arguably the best modder in the world certainly helps fuel the fire for modding.  :)  Bill and I have been friends a long time, and I watched his stuff for quite a while before he approached me one day a few years back with some kind words on one of my mods (can't recall what it was though) and we just hit it off.  It was cool getting an email from one of your inspirations!  He's a living legend and a walking tome of knowledge so soak it up while you can, bro.
     
    Bottom line is: I do what I do simply because I want to do it; not for personal fame or anything like that.  I do it for me.  If others take notice, that's cool.  If not, that's cool too.  I just create and share.  Simple as that.
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from FannBlade in Project: "FrozenCPU Tech Station" (Primochill Acrylic Tubing Bending)   
    Me?  I usually think about baseball.  Or insurance seminars.  Or being at work...  Actually, the last one made me feel really sad.  Nevermind that one!
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Aspi in Project BIO-A10 by E.E.L. Ambiense   
    Project has been wrapped up!
    I plan on dropping off the rig shortly with my best friend; I can't wait to see his reaction when he sees it. Aside from the actual "chase"; or the modding experience itself, those are the moments I enjoy. Seeing the look of amazement (or alternatively, disappointment) when someone sees a new rig.


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    The final photos have finally been completed. Whew. Enjoy!
    Now for some digital legacy...


    “All art is but dirtying the paper delicately.”
    ― John Ruskin
    Project BIO-A10
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    Deepest thanks to all readers, supporters, & hecklers. I appreciate it all! A round of applause to Bit-Tech! :clap:
    I'll see you on the next log(s), which may or may not be really soon...

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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from Fr0Zen//pwe in Hello and Introductions   
    Hi, I am Jeremy. I have an addiction; to cutting computer cases up. *Hangs head in shame*
    "Hi, Jeremy!"
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    E.E.L. Ambiense got a reaction from avenezia050493 in Spell Check   
    Oh boy....things have regressed further than I expected it to. Therefore, I must withdrawal from said thread. :lol:/>

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