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Project Christmas: CM690 Mod and Fan Experiment (Updated Nov. 19)

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Current Status: The case has been reassembled for the most part and has a total of 10 fans not including PSU fans! LEDs and Cathodes are awaiting installation.

Hello OCN biggrin.gif

I finally decided to part with my Phenom 9500 rig and make something new, so I figured that while all of my parts were out of my case, I might as well paint it wink.gif

If you're wondering about the name, it's not because it's going to take until Christmas to finish it. Hopefully it should be done well before that. Also, this is not going to be the name of the rig once it's done (the naming process will most likely be another thread). No, I chose this name because, like on Christmas (in Canada anyway), this case should be COLD. Also, it's probably going to be lit up like a Christmas tree with cathodes, LEDs, EL wire, and all that.

PART LIST
Case:
Cooler Master NV690

Things that light up:
Logisys 12" Green Cold Cathode x2
eBay 24 LED strip x3
eBay 48 LED strip x5
eBay 2 metre EL wire x1
eBay 5 metre EL wire x1

Controllers:
Scythe Kaze Q12 Fan Controller
eBay illuminated green rocker switch x4 (to control lights)

Cooling:
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus (with additional Blademaster fan)
Scythe Ultra Kaze 120MM High Static Pressure Fan 3000RPM 133.6CFM x5
Scythe Slip Stream Kaze Jyuni 120MM Fan 1900RPM 110.3CFM x1
Stock Cooler Master 120mm fans (don't know specs but they're probably bad) x3

Components:
Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 Motherboard
AMD Phenom II x6 1090t Processor
16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600mhz RAM
Ultra 750w PSU
OCZ Solid SATA3 120gb SSD
Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200rpm HDD
Seagate Barracude 1TB 7200rpm HDD x2
XFX GeForce 9600 GSO Fatal1ty Ed
2 other graphics cards that suck worse than my 9600 but will allow me to run more monitors tongue.gif
LiteON DVD Burner (but who really cares about that?)

Primer and Paint:
Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch Gray Primer
Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch Ultra Cover Flat Black Paint
Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch Lime Green Paint

Anyway, this is what I have to work with right now. Pretty standard Cooler Master NV690 case that I got with a barebones kit when I bought my 9500 rig.

beforexl.jpg

This case as it stands has absolutely no physical modifications done to it.
Now for the fun part: Completely dismantling the case. Where did I leave that screwdriver again? headscratch.gif
Oh, right. Inside the top of my case! (I actually laughed pretty hard when I saw that)

screwdriverincase.jpg

Great! So now I have a screwdriver! Time to get down to business.

casedisassembled.jpg

Parts of this were pretty tedious, but overall it wasn't too bad. I obviously don't have any of the front, side, or top panels in this picture. They're scattered in various places around the room.

The next step in this project is to dremel out the honeycomb fan grilles to allow for better airflow, but since my dremel is currently broken, I won't be able to do that just yet frown.gif. If I'm lucky, I'll have it going by the end of the weekend or by some time on Monday.

Since I can't post anything about that yet, I'll just post a picture of the primer/paint I'm planning on using. Since the outside is already black and green, I'm only going to paint the inside. I decided to get all Rust-Oleum since they looked like pretty goo
Edited by ieatchairs - 11/19/11 at 1:04pm
    
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I finally broke into the second post!

Anyway, Step 3: Build a mini paint chamber in my shed and put the case in the aforementioned chamber.

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Step 4 was "shake the primer for way longer than it needed to be shaken", but I don't have a picture of that. So step 4 is now prime the case!

firstsideprimed.jpg

Next I finished priming everything (except for the bottom) and let it dry. I did the same for all of the little plastic pieces I'm also painting. Again, I don't have a picture of that. Sorry tongue.gif

After that, I flipped everything over and primed the places I couldn't before.
Here's the finished product!

allprimed.jpg

Now everything is ready for paint! I'm thinking I'll spray some green into the case first, just where I want the highlights, then when they dry I'll tape them off and go over the whole case in flat black. The little plastic parts of the case are going to be green for the most part, so they'll just require a paint-and-flip procedure like I did with the primer.

Well, that's all for today. I don't know when I'll get around to painting, but it should be pretty soon. I'm really excited to see what I'll have when everything's all done. Plus, then comes the really fun part: electrical biggrin.gif

Oct. 27

I just finished the first coat of green paint!

sprayingcase.jpg

I know what you're thinking, and no, the paint is not yellow! It really looks like it in the pictures, but it is more of a light neonish green. Anyway, those are all of the highlights for the side of the case and back. Here's the other side.

casebacksprayed.jpg

And here are all of the internal parts

partssprayed.jpg

If I'm lucky, I'll be able to finish the second coat today. If I'm really lucky, I'll even be able to do a coat of flat black today biggrin.gif

Nov. 16

Alright, well I kinda dropped the ball on this project tongue.gif
At first I couldn't find a good day to spray the case, and then I just completely forgot. Anyway, the project is back on now, since my motherboard is currently sitting on the floor (assembled) with all of the components scattered around it.

Alright. First order of business, my green illuminated rocker switches came in a little while ago and they are looking pretty sweet.

rockers.jpg

These are going to be used to control the LED strips, Cold Cathodes, and EL Wire.

Okay, so here's the reason this project first stopped (I actually forgot to take pictures unfortunately). I went out to spray the final greet coat on all of the highlights on a bad day and the paint CRACKED!! It sucked! Luckily most of the cracks were on parts that didn't matter, but for the cracks on the main highlights, I had to sand them all down and repaint them. Parts of it now look a little bit sketchy, but from a small distance, you can't really tell. Here's a picture of one of the highlights post-repaint. (By the way, those odd discoloured parts are reflections, not bubbles. I couldn't find a way to get a picture that didn't do that)

postcracking.jpg

After I repainted, the next step was to put painters tape over all of the highlights so that they would stay green when I sprayed the flat black onto the case.

fronttaped.jpg

There's side one.

backtaped.jpg

There's side two.

otherbacktaped.jpg

And there's the back.

After all of the tape was applied, I FINALLY sprayed a coat of flat black onto the case!

firstblackcoat.jpg

Everything was looking great once it dried up a bit. The colour was perfect! However, as my luck would have it, a bunch of dirt blew into my shed as I was painting and got stuck in the still drying paint of some of the case components (I forgot to mention I gave them one last spray). So now I have to sand THOSE down as well and repaint them... At this rate, the project will never end tongue.gif

Anyway, that's all for now. I'll try to keep updates pretty steady now if possible.

Nov. 19

I finally got impatient and said "Screw it, this case is being finished today!" It hasn't yet been fully assembled, but all of the components are inside and functioning. Currently all that's left to do is to repaint the components that got sprayed with dirt (if I even decide to do that) and put in the LEDs, Cathodes, and EL Wire!

Before we start with the pictures, let me apologize for the quality. Towards the end, my phone was low on battery and wouldn't let me use flash frown.gif

Alright, so first off I had to get all of the painter's tape off of this thing. Unfortunately there was a bit of chipping, but nothing too bad. Here it is with the tape.

casetaped.jpg

Here's the first side with the tape removed. Here you can see the lime green highlights I love so much biggrin.gif

untaped1.jpg

Here's a closeup of the highlights

highlights.jpg

Here are the highlights on the other side

side2highlights.jpg

Here are the highlights on the back. Unfortunately this needs a bit of touching up towards the bottom. The black paint managed to leak through a bit.

backyp.jpg

Now that all the tape is off, I can get to reassembling!

Here's a picture of the bottom of the case after I had put the feet back on.

assemblingbottom.jpg

Since one of the screws was in the way before, I left one out so I could fit an LED strip or Cathode on the bottom of the case.

Here's a full shot of the left side. I really love the highlights. They give the case so much character! Of course, the pictures don't do it any justice, but it came out great!

fullshot.jpg

Here's the top fan

topfan.jpg

Here's a shot of the CPU fans and the rear fan

cpufansandbackfan.jpg

Here's a shot of some more fans tongue.gif

insidefans2.jpg

Do I really need to keep saying 'here are some fans'?

insidefan.jpg

And finally, here's a shot of the front of the case

frontfans.jpg

So that is how everything looks like when the case isn't fully assembled. I'm also missing one shot of the side of the case which also has a fan on it.


If anybody's curious as to what I did with the airflow, here's a little diagram I whipped up in paint just now.

casediagram.png

Side note: If anybody knows who was responsible for creating this airflow pattern (top fan blowing in instead of out) please let me know so I can give them credit.

Explanation: The primary goal of this setup is to get air to the CPU. In this case, it is accomplished by grabbing air from the top fan and front fans and pushing it directly at the CPU intake/pull fan. The CPU exhaust/push fan then throws the air back out to the back fan, which pushes it out of the case. So far it seems pretty efficient (although I know in the original setup I'm not supposed to have a back fan). I haven't gotten around to checking temps just yet, but I'll get back with results when I do.

The secondary goal of this setup is to cool the hard drives. The front Ultra Kaze already does a phenomenal job of this because it moves around 130cfm, but in my past setup, the air didn't really go anywhere from there. That's why I put another fan on the other side of the bays (inside the case) to push the air back out of the bays. The air will then either go out the back/PSU, or out the bottom where I stuffed another Ultra Kaze tongue.gif (yes, I love those fans)

I have contemplated making the side fan blow out instead of in just to even out the pressure a bit and have another way for the hot air from the HDD bays to get out, but I'm not 100% sure what I'll do about that yet. Suggestions, as always, are very welcome biggrin.gif

Alright, I have one more picture and then I'm done for the day. This isn't fully related to the case mod, but it makes me pretty happy tongue.gif
I managed to get my 3 graphics cards working the other day, and this is what happened:

imag0249w.jpg

I seriously feel like a hacker every time I sit at my computer now haha.

Anyway, that's it for today smile.gif
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This looks interesting, I have the boring black version of this case. I actually had it apart a few weeks ago just like you, but to clean every corner. I'm not an expert on painting computer cases, never tried it before but I've painted other things and shouldn't you scuff everything down a little first? That gives the paint a nice rough surface to cling to. I would recommend it, at least with a brillo pad at the minimum.
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This looks interesting, I have the boring black version of this case. I actually had it apart a few weeks ago just like you, but to clean every corner. I'm not an expert on painting computer cases, never tried it before but I've painted other things and shouldn't you scuff everything down a little first? That gives the paint a nice rough surface to cling to. I would recommend it, at least with a brillo pad at the minimum.

Yeah, I'll probably go over it with some fine(ish) sandpaper before priming. The painting would've probably been done by now if not for my midterm exams and the horrible weather we've been having over here tongue.gif
I was so anxious to build my new computer that it's actually fully functional (I'm typing this on it right now) on the floor of my room. Needless to say, this case needs to be completed soon tongue.gif
    
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Subbing....looks like it could be awesome!

PS- I feel your pain about midterms. I have a Bulldozer in a box right now, but because of midterms my buddy can't pull his stuff out of his case (I'm buying it from him) and even if I had the case, I wouldn't have the time right now to get everything running. What are you majoring in?
 
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Subbing....looks like it could be awesome!

PS- I feel your pain about midterms. I have a Bulldozer in a box right now, but because of midterms my buddy can't pull his stuff out of his case (I'm buying it from him) and even if I had the case, I wouldn't have the time right now to get everything running. What are you majoring in?

You sir, just kept this build alive tongue.gif
I was going to scrap the documentation because nobody really seemed too interested. I guess we'll see where this goes now haha.

Which bulldozer are you building? I've been curious about the 8 cores (contemplated returning my 1090 for an 8120 but didn't in the end). If you're going to start a work log, feel free to post it or something. I'd be interested in taking a look.

I'm majoring in Information Technology (I'm sure nobody else on OCN does that, amirite? /sarcasm). Luckily my midterms weren't too brutal. I got a cool week off before them, and they're already over lol. How about you?
    
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