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That power-mac looking concept is great..... sub'd
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post #12 of 18
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thanks!" glad you liked it! i am considering switching the bay covers out with these, wich is perforated, like the powermack. http://www.silverpcs.com/popup_image.php?pID=595&invis=0

i am hoping to achive a 'evil mac' look, with visible cap headscrews, iluminated front and radiators, sharp bends on the handle, and some other stuff. i have not desided on the radiator grills yet, any proposals are welcome!
post #13 of 18
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i have been busy making the rear panel and psu mount, aswell as mounting the MB tray properly. this is how things look like. i mounted some old hardware so you can see how things are gonna bee mounted.

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the backside.

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i also got this large sheet of lexan for sidewindow. it is wery thick, at 6mm, but will do the job.

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i was flushing out the radiator today, and when peeking down the intakes, i noticed that the rad already got corosion, rigth out of the package. it is not much, just some spots with green. is this possible to remove? will it cause corosion to my cpu block?
post #14 of 18
if your rad is aluminum and your block is copper, you will have issues.
    
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post #15 of 18
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if your rad is aluminum and your block is copper, you will have issues.

Doesnt that only matter when the 2 different types of metals are physically touching each other? Im not saying im right, I know the water will sort of "connect" them but I just thought they had to touch.
post #16 of 18
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yes, the big rad is alu, but the block using this rad will be aluminium. the other rad is copper, and will be using a copper block. in short, two separate loops, one copper, one aluminium. the thing that worry me is that the copper rad already is coroded, from the factory. wil that cause issues to the blocks?
post #17 of 18
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Doesnt that only matter when the 2 different types of metals are physically touching each other? Im not saying im right, I know the water will sort of "connect" them but I just thought they had to touch.

no water is a good medium for the two to connect. they dont have to physically touch for corrosion to start.



how bad of corrosion are we talking about? or is it just oxidation?
    
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post #18 of 18
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dont know. just saw some small spots when peeking down the intake hole on the rad. will chech soon, mabe take some pics.
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