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I opted to mask off the PCB and it worked just fine. One or all of your motherboard heatsinks may also have thermal pads or thermal paste in between them and the board. If it has thermal paste, clean it up with some isopropyl alcohol and toilet paper or cotton swabs. Find a well-ventilated area and lay out your parts. Shake your can of Plasti Dip for a good minute or so, like you would any spray paint, and start painting.

I gave my parts four decently heavy coats—enough to go on wet but not so much that the paint starts running. Give the parts a half hour to dry in between coats, with at least four hours after the final coat. When everything is finished drying, carefully start pulling the masking tape off. Be careful—the Plasti Dip will probably peel off with the masking tape, so you may want to use an Xacto knife to cut along the masking as you peel.

I definitely scratched mine up a bit—oops! If you have any logos or other parts you want exposed, you can cut the Plasti Dip away from those areas with your knife or plastic blade too. As long as Severed Fingers - Concrete Mascara - The Answer In The Ashes (Cassette) go slowly and carefully, you should end up with something that looks like it was made that way.

With everything in place, my build certainly looks a lot better:. In order to make your Severed Fingers - Concrete Mascara - The Answer In The Ashes (Cassette) look clean and sharp, the most important thing you can do is get rid of those cables. Seriously, get them as out of sight as possible. Most cases have those rubber grommets for a reason: the more cables you can route through the back of Severed Fingers - Concrete Mascara - The Answer In The Ashes (Cassette) case, the cleaner your build will look.

Sadly, even cleanly-routed cables can be kind of ugly. Most power supplies come with rainbow cables sleeved in black, but not very well. But that can get costly and tiresome, and the cables need to be specific to your brand of power supply PSU.

So I recommend cheating a bit: just get some universal extension cables, which are cheap and work with any PSU. Some companies, like Silverstone and Thermaltakesell extension cables so you can keep the PSU you have, but hide the ugly cables behind the case, showing only the individually sleeved, clean-looking extensions.

You only really need a couple: one for your pin motherboard cable, and one for the 6- or 8-pin PCI cable connected to your video card. You could also get one for your 8-pin CPU cable, though depending on your case, you may not even be able to see that one through your side panel window.

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Find a well-ventilated area and lay out your parts. Shake your can of Plasti Dip for a good minute or so, like you would any spray paint, and start painting.

I gave my parts four Severed Fingers - Concrete Mascara - The Answer In The Ashes (Cassette) heavy coats—enough to go on wet but not so much that the paint starts running. Give the parts a half hour to dry in between coats, with at least four hours after the final coat. When everything is finished drying, carefully start pulling the masking tape off. Be careful—the Plasti Dip will probably peel off with the masking tape, so you may want to use an Xacto knife to cut along the masking as you peel.

I definitely scratched mine up a bit—oops! If you have any logos or other parts you want exposed, you can cut the Plasti Dip away from those areas with your knife or plastic blade too. As long as you go slowly and carefully, you should end up with something that looks like it was made that way. With everything in place, my build certainly looks a lot better:.

In order to make your build look clean and sharp, the most important thing you can do is get rid of those cables. Seriously, get them as out of sight as possible. Most cases have those rubber grommets for a reason: the more cables you can route through the back of the case, the cleaner your build will look.

Sadly, even cleanly-routed cables can be kind of ugly. Most power supplies come with rainbow cables sleeved in black, but not very well. But that can get costly and tiresome, and the cables need to be specific to your brand of power supply PSU. So I recommend cheating a bit: just get some universal extension cables, which are cheap and work with any PSU. Some companies, like Silverstone and Thermaltakesell extension cables so you can keep the PSU you have, but hide the ugly cables behind the case, showing only the individually sleeved, clean-looking extensions.

You only really need a couple: one for your pin motherboard cable, and one for the 6- or 8-pin PCI cable connected to your video card. You could also get one for your 8-pin CPU cable, though depending on your case, you may not even be able to see that one through your side panel window.

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