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post #41 of 49
that's perfectly normal mate, nothing to worry about.

Great build btw!
post #42 of 49
Looking excellent Daniel! The core temp difference is normal for every Intel chip I've seen on OCN, no need to worry about it biggrin.gif
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Looking good biggrin.gif!
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Thank you three.


When I have to drain my system in 3 months or so, go with red tubing and only 2 drops of dye for the res. Because the colour in the tube isn't looking as good as in the reservoir biggrin.gif.
    
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So finally a sleeving Update.

I am finally done with sleeving my PSU. It took alot of time and sweat. If you afraid of burning your fingers, I don't recommend to sleeve redface.gif. If you're Man enough do it, real Men don't feel pain thumb.gif.


So I ordered this awesome Paracord from an ebayshop. It is described as 550 lb 3.2mm Paracord.
I didn't want to use any heatshrink, simply because I don't like them.

I saw mybadomen build log on how to sleeve and then there was a link to Heat-shrink Free Paracord Sleeving (Shrinkless Sleeving) & (Anti-Tangle Tool).
He is really an awesome and helpfull guy thumb.gif.
He sells a tool that made sleeving so much easier.
You insert the wire in the tool and it stays in there.
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Then you heat the paracord with a lighter, until the tip is melting and give it a twist
So it will look like this

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What to better show you what I mean, than a video? Credit goes to robertts25

So he sent me one tool out of Aluminium and one out of Steel. My personal preference was the steel one, because it slipped much better trough the paracord than the other. Maybe it something to do with the thickness of both. This tool works as advertised and is worth the money.


First problem of sleeving was, to sleeve the wires in the PSU. I tought first, that I have to solder all of them out and then solder them in again, but that would be such a pain in the butt, so I didn't do it.
I did however sleeve the wire until inside the PSU and secured the paracord with zipties.

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So the 24 Pin looks like this

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The reason I didn't put the white strip in the middle, is that it gives it a new perspective biggrin.gif. For example: You are making a portrait picture of an eagle and frame him in the center of the picture. So you look at the result and come to the conclusion that the picture looks somehow "boring". So if you place the Eagle a bit to the side, it gives you whole different picture and it is less boring. biggrin.gif
I hope you can understand me right.

Putting the PSU back together was a bit of a hassle to, but looks damn awesome redface.gif

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So all back in the PC

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Hope you all like it smile.gif
    
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post #46 of 49
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Originally Posted by DanielMysterio View Post

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This. Its beautiful, i really dont like all of those stickers..puke.gif

Insides look bloody fantastic!! love the fittings, maybe you could have used to some angled fittings? Looks superb
post #47 of 49
Looks awesome! I love how the front door came out. nice work. hope mine comes out half as good.
post #48 of 49
nice build!
some crazy stuff for a first build, kudos to you sir!
post #49 of 49
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Wow, I can't believe, that I didn't update my Build Log yet.
Will maybe do this week or next week.

How my Rig currently looks.
    
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