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  1. so hey there. been awhile. and since I don't have any PC build projects in the works this year, I thought I could share with everyone some other cool things I've been building. Background: I've been secretly playing a Dungeons and Dragons campaign for the past twenty something years. Originally, this game was all theatre of the mind. Over the past couple years, We've elevated our game with the introduction of Miniature figures, and more recently, the crafting of mini terrain. Its making. of sorts. here is some of the work we created.
  2. {fancy banner pending} Hello monkeys. long time stalker, first time blogger. Many of you know this build is finally a done deal. But with your permission I would like to make a little more formal build log here. And please, forgive my indulgence with this first part, but there is a lot of backstory I need to get out there. This project was conceived in 2012 when I purchased the Corsair C70 chassis from the Hardware Canucks BST. It was a good deal, as the seller was also including the entirety of an XSPC full water kit. I had been following and dabbling in the World of Watercooling for several years at this point and was beginning to amass a serious collection of parts and tools. I was also becoming friends with many like minded folks through various forums, especially on Dazmode Forums. You all know who you are and since you are so numerous I'll say it here, "thank you all!" Also in 2012, I was really inspired by Bill Owen's Planetside2 Mod. As you will see once we get into it, there are a several homages, among the dremel cuts, selection of parts, and paint finishes, to my years of watching and learning from MNPCtech. I would also be remiss if I didn't dedicate this creation to my Dad. Tom Zettel was a dedicated father to 9 children. If there was ever a man who so closely resembled Homer Simpson, it was Tom. He worked at the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station, drove a sagging station wagon, and enjoyed his fair share of donuts and beer. When he wasn't working, he spent endless hours toiling over zany projects to entertain his many children. He bellowed when he laughed, and to be sure, was never short on expressing his pride in each of our accomplishment. Sadly, He passed away from cancer in 2011. In the end, my Dad's modest estate was delivered to his children. There was one item in particular that I had marvelled over since my childhood. It was this trophy that was given to Dad in 1984, for his years of service at the Bruce Nuclear Heavy Water Plant. It is so simple in design. Handcrafted by some of his colleagues, the barrel was filled with a sample of pure Deuterium Oxide. For this reason, as children, we were never allowed near it. The best we could do was to be amazed and mystified by it portents, as it sat unceremoniously on a shelf, wedged among Dad's thriving collection of Scientific American, OMNI, and Penthouse. When it came into my possession, the Heavy Water had long since evaporated. But its ability to inspire memories of my childhood remains. I wish I could get some replacement deuterium oxide. Fortunately the contents of my closet include a sample of Zinc Oxide, branded as Ice Dragon Nanofluid. In my mind, a suitable substitute once this barrel is refilled and display with proper prominence within my PC. Alright already. Enough of the Gush. here's some work.
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