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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
    ProcessorIntel i7 6950x
    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3400Mhz
    Graphics Card #1ASUS Titan X (Pascal)
    MonitorAsus PG348Q 34" 100Hz
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrsplmr View Post
    wow... and now we know your secret weapon.... your helper..++ thnx..c
    She's the fastest in unboxing stuff I've ever seen

    Quote Originally Posted by LZ_Xray View Post
    Another amazing build Lep, can't wait to see it completed.

    I'm glad guys like you with amazing know-how post build logs, it motivates the rest of us. I still consider the L3P D3SK the most amazing build I've ever seen, bar none
    Thanks LZ_Xray!
    It's quite some work, making pictures all the time just when you're busy with something.
    Sometimes even more then the modding itself .. But I love to do it!

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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
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    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3400Mhz
    Graphics Card #1ASUS Titan X (Pascal)
    MonitorAsus PG348Q 34" 100Hz
    Storage #1Intel 750 1.2TB
    Storage #2Asustor 1004T 24TB NAS
    CPU CoolerCustom Liquid Cooled
    CaseL3p D3sk
    Power SupplyCorsair HX1000i
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    Mouse SteelSeries Sensei Wireless
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    Small update from Picasso : P

    Carefully removed the tiny sharp edge with an old knife.
    This way I get a sloping edge of +/- 0.3 mm.




    Selected the right "black" out of 4 colours to get the best matching colour.
    It became Revell mat black #6




    The edges of the Bitspower mesh with Revell shiny black #7






    Actually not my kind of job, too shaky : )




    But i did it! : )




    Tomorrow the fanguards back in.




    And waste some time on this ; )


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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
    ProcessorIntel i7 6950x
    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3400Mhz
    Graphics Card #1ASUS Titan X (Pascal)
    MonitorAsus PG348Q 34" 100Hz
    Storage #1Intel 750 1.2TB
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    CPU CoolerCustom Liquid Cooled
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    Power SupplyCorsair HX1000i
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    Lovely weather, so went out to lap my Cpu : )

    This time I'm going to lap it faster then normal.
    How to with extensive explanation can be found here:
    http://www.l3p.nl/other-builds-mods/cpu-lapping/





    Cpu still WITH warranty here : )






    All you need..




    Finding a way to protect the backside of the Cpu since Intel doesn’t
    give a nice protection cap any more on boxed s1155 Cpu’s.




    So we use marking / painters tape.




    I’m using some rubber tape too.
    This way you have a better grip and don’t get sore fingers.




    Starting with P400.
    Only a few “wipes” and … gone warranty. : )
    The sanding with P400 is the most important and longest step.
    Some people tape the sandpaper to the mirror, but if you hold it tight with your other hand you don’t have to.
    Just go from left to right on the paper.
    Don’t press on the cpu, just use the weight of your hand.
    Every 2 minutes turn the cpu 90° clockwise.




    2 Minutes with P400.
    Nothing to see yet. : )




    7 Minutes with P400.
    You can see clearly this Cpu isn’t flat.


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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
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    Another 3 Minutes with P400.
    Total 10 Minutes.




    Another 10 Minutes with P400.
    Total 20 Minutes.




    And another 10 Minutes with P400.
    Total 30 Minutes.




    You can see the IHS is completely flat copper now.
    Now the real polishing comes.




    10 Minutes with P600.
    Total 40 Minutes.




    Skipping P800. : )
    Straightly to P1000.




    10 Minutes with P1000.
    Total 50 Minutes.
    You can see it’s already starting to mirror.




    Further on with P1500.




    10 Minutes with P1500.
    Total 1 hour.




    P2000.


  5. #25
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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
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    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3400Mhz
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    10 Minutes with P2000
    Total 1 hours and 10 Minutes




    Now we need to change our strategy.
    First of all clean the mirror and the cpu.
    This is because the old copper particles can ruin your polish job by rubbing them into the IHS.
    Now you don’t go from left to right with the cpu.
    Just move in a circle for 2 minutes and then turn the cpu 90° clockwise again.




    10 Minutes with P2500.
    Total 1 hours and 20 Minutes.




    You can see the copper dust already starts to oxidise.




    5 Minutes with P2500.
    Total 1 hours and 25 Minutes.
    Almost done. : P




    Another 5 Minutes with P2500
    Total One and a half hour!




    Pictures are clickable for full resolution.








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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
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    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3400Mhz
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    Ordered something last week i could really use today : )




    First some holes for the buttons of the pump/fan controller.




    Tape so it won't move.




    And some holes with 3.5mm.




    Wow, it fits : )




    Sanded the frame so i can paint it.




    Oops almost forgot i also had to paint the edge where the plexi goes.




    Glued the plexi.




    Bitspower fanguards back in after the paintjob.


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    And some glue.






    Rub it in with a wet finger.




    Believe me this glue doesn't let go : )






    Next problem, what to do with this..




    Ah we'll see : )




    Hmm... needs more cutting.




    Losing the sharp edges and create some nice roundings.


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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
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    Paint it black.






    Also glued the frame for the pump/fan controller.




    Second part of the ex-5.25" slot.




    Let's stick the Dremel in there too.
    (Not easy to hold a Dremel in one hand and a cam in the other : ) )






    And more polishing.




    Making it rough so i can paint it.


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    And some fitting.




    Painted.




    Lots of work for something you hardly see back, but im satisfied for today.






    Time for BBQ! : P


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    MotherboardASUS Rampage V Edition 10
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    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3400Mhz
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    Assembled the case again
    Quite some work cause of the lcd screen

    After that tested if the Velcro would work out.





    Works great, i think it can hold me too : P





    Pulling it off again wasn't that easy : )





    Placed the other stuff again too.





    Don't want too much lights on the outside, i like it this way.
    Maybe some red glow from the bottom...





    Maybe the top casewindow will be blood red plexi too.





    Here an airflowtest with the new fanholes.



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