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Originally Posted by galbrecht71 View Post

Instead of fitting a solid and bulky support shaft up the center and attaching it to the bottom... think of the possibilities of capitalizing on the added space for bottom mounting a huge external radiator/fan setup. Fork your shaft around and possibly up the sides with maybe a tube and/or cage concept. We have already seen a similar look before on that sweet case with the monster cooler built in. Just sayin rolleyes.gif

Thats my 2cents.gif worth gentlemen, keep the change thumb.gif

Actually going up the back would be a great support.
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Devilguns, what did you use to make that drawings?

It's a program call Truspace, it's ancient! It came on floppies lol, but I have been using it for ever.

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I was going to make the base out of steel. 1/2" Steel rod bent and welded to the post which will be trapezoidal shaped. The post will be about an 1/8th thick. It would have plates welded across with mounting holes to line up with the holes where the factory feet were mounted.Then once I decide on the "legs" they'll get the same treatment. I'll make some kind of ABS plastic cover for them.

As far as the bottom mounting of the reservoirs. I plan on removing the lower drive bay. They will actually extend up inside. The water level will be higher than the pump/pumps to keep them primed.
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Allrighty, im pissed off.

I have been in contact with Cooler Master about getting the window side pannel, and they INSIST that i have to purchase them from an Australian retailer, they even supplied me with a list of Cooler Master distributors in Aus. BUT Every. Single. One of the distributors they recomended, have told me that Cooler Master will NOT supply them these panels and that they have requested that Cooler Master either start supplying them OR stop telling people they do.

I have found a pannel on Ebay that will cost me just under $90 Aus to buy and ship. Could someone who can actually buy one of these things tell me what kind of price they would be looking at??
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Allrighty, im pissed off.
I have been in contact with Cooler Master about getting the window side pannel, and they INSIST that i have to purchase them from an Australian retailer, they even supplied me with a list of Cooler Master distributors in Aus. BUT Every. Single. One of the distributors they recomended, have told me that Cooler Master will NOT supply them these panels and that they have requested that Cooler Master either start supplying them OR stop telling people they do.
I have found a pannel on Ebay that will cost me just under $90 Aus to buy and ship. Could someone who can actually buy one of these things tell me what kind of price they would be looking at??

I feel your pain, I want one too. The frustrating thing is seeing them popping up all over the place but not being able to get one mad.gif

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Well, my lights are on their way, as are a couple new fans. Should have them in a couple days. Now, I just have to wait....


In the meantime, I've rewired AGAIN, and I think I finally have it looking good smile.gif Here is the current look, with the new motherboard:

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Edited by PhantomLlama - 4/10/12 at 10:55pm
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post #2396 of 12393
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Originally Posted by Devilguns View Post

It's a program call Truspace, it's ancient! It came on floppies lol, but I have been using it for ever.
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I was going to make the base out of steel. 1/2" Steel rod bent and welded to the post which will be trapezoidal shaped. The post will be about an 1/8th thick. It would have plates welded across with mounting holes to line up with the holes where the factory feet were mounted.Then once I decide on the "legs" they'll get the same treatment. I'll make some kind of ABS plastic cover for them.
As far as the bottom mounting of the reservoirs. I plan on removing the lower drive bay. They will actually extend up inside. The water level will be higher than the pump/pumps to keep them primed.

Looks good! The only thing I can really think on the legs is that they have to be front heavy to counter balance the weight at the back. When it comes time to fine tune the balance I think that maby using lead from maby tire weights. It's fairly easy to work with and cheap.
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Oh my.....I'll be in my bunk.... wubsmiley.gif
     
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Hi guys,

I am back after some time smile.gif

Reading 20 pages of new posts rly took some time biggrin.gif I was looking forward UMZ's Ferrari Trooper, which without doubts looks absolutely awesome wink.gif

And here is my progress :

I finally got some acrylic

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And than used grandfather's super modern equipment biggrin.gif

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Here's my modded side panel

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And on this picture is also reason why it all took so long (weather here in Czech Republic got better biggrin.gif)

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Here's finally my result

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Fail at the end frown.gif

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Just hope it's not that bad for my first mod biggrin.gif

Now I am waiting for 3930k to arrive so I can finish build wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Flisker_new View Post

Hi guys,

I am back after some time smile.gif

Reading 20 pages of new posts rly took some time biggrin.gif I was looking forward UMZ's Ferrari Trooper, which without doubts looks absolutely awesome wink.gif

And here is my progress :

I finally got some acrylic

450
450

And than used grandfather's super modern equipment biggrin.gif

450

Here's my modded side panel

450

And on this picture is also reason why it all took so long (weather here in Czech Republic got better biggrin.gif)

700

Here's finally my result

Fail at the end frown.gif

450

Just hope it's not that bad for my first mod biggrin.gif

Now I am waiting for 3930k to arrive so I can finish build wink.gif

ITs not bad.. Every Mod has its blemishes.. Like a pretty girl you dab some make up on the parts you don't like and hide it when pictures are being taken. thumb.gif
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WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
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WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
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