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Hi everyone! smile.gif

Now it is time for a tiny update on the project to show that the project moves.

I thought only certain why I have not done much the last of my project,
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But now it's fine and I have started to fix some of the case.

I have inserted the power connector for PSUn and made ​​holes for the radiator to get air.

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Here is the hole for the radiator,
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I did see one problem when i did get the radiator in the case,
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But it wasent a to hard problem to fix,
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The hole for the radiator will be filled with mech to do that completely matches the Case, but I have trouble finding any mech that fits to hold the front and rear.
So if you know somewhere where you can get the mech to hold on 3mm, I am eternally grateful.

This was a small update but have to some that something happens in all cases.

//S.Jr tongue.gif
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WE WANT MOAR! smile.gif Totally subbed. smile.gif
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Hello everyone, now I'm back again.

I felt a few days ago that it was time for me to grab my project again, which now has stood still in a little while.

So for those of you who have forgotten what it looked like and for you that are new and I'll do this a little flashback to what I have done to the case, pushed in a bit components to ensure that everything fits.

This is the PowerMac G5 out of the top front and back to:
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Here comes the little flashback:
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When I stopped in some parts so I started to get very worried when there was very little space in vitamins, but it fits:
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And here comes the little that I have had time to do the last two days:
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Here it shows how much space I will have my 240mm radiator that will come in the front:
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There is still much work left to acrylics only really bent into the shape that I had thought.
I will saw off a bit on the edges and do a hold in the middle so that air can flow through the radiator and extractor in the back.

Then I wonder if you think that I will put acrylic on the back for directions in the back and reside there powersupply going to sit?

Will now try to keep the momentum going so it will be better and more fun reading for you.

/ / Stark.Jr
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Hello everyone,

Now I have a little quiet about the job and this means that I have had the stamina and time to work on the project.

I had previously made ​​an inside of the chassis that was made ​​of plexiglass. The I was never really fond of, so I sat down and started thinking about and watched a little bit about made ​​cars that I saw made ​​the whole skirt pack in fiberglass so I thought why not make a new interior in fiberglass?
It can not be that hard and I test it, I probably will not be able to stop thinking that the inside could be so much nicer.

Unfortunately I've missed that documented when I did work, but is the result when it is in the computer:
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There will be a layer of fiberglass to when I missed 3 cm in length was then used to make it stiffer and last but not least a little straighter, and then it loads a lot of filler to get a nice surface.

I also have arranged motherboard plate a little so you can change cooler on it and put 8p connector to get fine wiring later:
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Last but not least, I've decided what I should do on the side with windows and I thought I would break it down a bit with the processor and memory and then a section for my upcoming GPU's:
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Yes, this was all I had time now, nothing really fun but a little work done in all cases since it will be a break of at least 2 weeks when I will go on a long-awaited vacation.

Hope you have a good time to come, and mod on
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Looking good, I like G5 mods thumb.gif
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