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I agree with that, I am working on one right now but have been busy with sleeving so I have been neglecting it. But I will be hitting it full force before my back surgery.

I know, I'm following the build! thumb.gif
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All those good parts... And you stuck with stock cooler!! Why!!? =(

As he says:
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because its a temp till he gets the watercooling going.....read the OPs posts biggrin.gif
sick build!!!

I'm not 100% sure I'm gonna watercool though... Depends if my budget let's me do it! wink.gif
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20/12 - Houston, We Have Something Fast Over Here

I got my SSD on the 20th. The box it came in was so tiny it almost made me laugh. A comparaison with an iPod Touch:
072k.png

The box wasn't in very good condition:
073oz.jpg

But the SSD was in perfect condition, without any scratches:
074l.jpg
075yla.jpg


22/12 - Ohai! Hello little green thing! smile.gif

As for the hard drive, I got it on the 22nd.
076hp.jpg
077ec.jpg

As I red through the invoice paper, I saw it was a WesternDigital Caviar Green 2TB SATA2 drive and not a SATA3 drive. That's why it was less expensive than the ones on other sites: I ordered the wrong one! rolleyes.gif


22/12 - AAAHHHH! MY EYES! IT'S TOO BRIGHT!!!!!! stun.gif

On the 22nd, I also get the LED strips I ordered from Ebay.
078rl.jpg

A closeup of the controller:
079zx.jpg

Closeup of the strip itself:
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All the possible colors (without mods, only the controller):
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And here's a demonstration of the included presets:



After maybe two meters, they get a lot less powerfull:
081vm.jpg

This could be due to two things: 1. Maybe there just isn't enough power coming from the IR receiver or 2. This joint here is the problem. Here's a comparaison of the faulty joint and a normal one:
082nse.jpg
083oz.jpg

But I think the problem is a lack of power, since I saw maybe two or three joints that are similar to the "faulty" one.




So here you go! Three updates in one! Hope you enjoyed! thumb.gif
Edited by rockcoeur - 1/8/12 at 6:00pm
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20/12 - Houston, We Have Something Fast Over Here
I got my SSD on the 20th. The box it came in was so tiny it almost made me laugh. A comparaison with an iPod Touch:
The box wasn't in very good condition:
But the SSD was in perfect condition, without any scratches:


22/12 - Ohai! Hello little green thing! smile.gif
As for the hard drive, I got it on the 22nd.
As I red through the invoice paper, I saw it was a WesternDigital Caviar Green 2TB SATA2 drive and not a SATA3 drive. That's why it was less expensive than the ones on other sites: I ordered the wrong one! rolleyes.gif


22/12 - AAAHHHH! MY EYES! IT'S TOO BRIGHT!!!!!! stun.gif
On the 22nd, I also get the LED strips I ordered from Ebay.
This could be due to two things: 1. Maybe there just isn't enough power coming from the IR receiver or 2. This joint here is the problem. Here's a comparaison of the faulty joint and a normal one:
But I think the problem is a lack of power, since I saw maybe two or three joints that are similar to the "faulty" one.


So here you go! Three updates in one! Hope you enjoyed! thumb.gif

Ive always thought those where kinda nice, and would be great for a neutral themed computer that could be changed in colors. I wonder if you can make a way to keep the power going right. Because it seems weird that the last ones dont get the same ammount of power then the first ones, I would think that the whole string would equalize because of it using the same power source, not fade out in the end know what I mean? But Im not an electrician... tongue.gif
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Ive always thought those where kinda nice, and would be great for a neutral themed computer that could be changed in colors. I wonder if you can make a way to keep the power going right. Because it seems weird that the last ones dont get the same ammount of power then the first ones, I would think that the whole string would equalize because of it using the same power source, not fade out in the end know what I mean? But maybe they are running in series? But Im not an electrician... tongue.gif
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Ive always thought those where kinda nice, and would be great for a neutral themed computer that could be changed in colors. I wonder if you can make a way to keep the power going right. Because it seems weird that the last ones dont get the same ammount of power then the first ones, I would think that the whole string would equalize because of it using the same power source, not fade out in the end know what I mean? But Im not an electrician... tongue.gif

If I remember correctly, if you plug alot of light bulbs in series, the one at the end will start getting less powerfull. The first eat all of the energy they need, making it so that the ones after have less to feed from. But it's okay for the strips: I won't use that long, I'll cut it before the point it starts being defective.
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If I remember correctly, if you plug alot of light bulbs in series, the one at the end will start getting less powerfull. The first eat all of the energy they need, making it so that the ones after have less to feed from. But it's okay for the strips: I won't use that long, I'll cut it before the point it starts being defective.

thats why almost all lighting devices are wired in parallel smile.gif the led strips should be as well, just probably not enough potential at the end of the strip to light the LED, need ~3.5v for most common leds...
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Hey guys! Just wanted to wish all of you a happy new year!

Also, yesterday I picked up some switches to mod the LED strip. Got a new chair (mine was getting really uncomfortable) and a webcam on the way.
Edited by rockcoeur - 1/1/12 at 2:00pm
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06/01 - LED Controller

The build log is coming tot he bottom of my subscription page, so I guess it's time for an update! wink.gif

Received these from purolator:
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I know they're not the best, but I got them for 40$. You can't go wrong with speakers that are 60% off! I needed to replace my old set of cans anyway.
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Back of the sub. I love that it has three inputs, but what I love even more is that one of them is RCA! wubsmiley.gif
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These have a similar texture to the case:
photo003ix.jpg
photo004hd.jpg



Now, onto the LED controller! One of the main reason I bought is because I wanted to be able the make the LEDs fade on and off, kind of like a breath. To my disapointement, you can't select the color used by the presets (as seen in the video I just added in this post). Of course, since this is a black and red themed build, I want to make the LEDs fade in red, not white. After some reflection, I found the solution: I'll make a 3-switch LED controller! I'll explain how it works later.

Here are the parts needed. I was very lucky with the switches I picked up, as they fit perfectly in the holes of the PCI slot covers included with the case. This was perfect since I didn't have to drill any hole, which will help if I end up wanting to sell the case later on:
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Also "upgraded" my lighting tongue.gif:
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Is it me or are these little things pretty freaking delicious?
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And done!
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Again, to my luck, the washers fit perfectly in-between the switches:
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Here's how it'll work:
Some of you probably already know this, but these "RGB LEDs" are constited of three colored diodes: one is red, one is green and the other one is blue, hence the name "RGB".
084vr.jpg

They mix up to make all the colors you can imagine (example: to make the color yellow, the green and red diodes light up at the same strenght, as seen above). To control that, each diode is on a different wire, which explains why there are four wires coming out of the end of the strip (one for each LED and one for the ground).

To control everything I'll plug each diodes on a different switch. Since the "Flash" preset (which will act as our fade) lights in white, all I have to do is to turn off the switches connected to the green and blue diodes, leaving only the red one on. Simple, right? rolleyes.gif



Hope this wasn't confusing! To end everything, I'll leave with some pictures of my setup.

(I need a new desk! -_-')
photo024cr.jpg

Big pile o' stuff!
photo025b.jpg

Hope you enjoyed! Stay tuned! thumb.gif
Edited by rockcoeur - 1/9/12 at 1:14pm
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09/01 - D'oh!

Sooooo you know that LED controller I made? Yeah well I did it in reverse! doh.gif
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So here we go again! Needed to take another cover since this one was all scratched.
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Again, I upgraded my lighting for better pictures! Amazing what a simple pieve of paper can do! wink.gif
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Done!
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I also installed the badges.
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LED controller + badge at the back:
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Also, if some of you are wondering how I mounted the Megflow, I didn't have to do any mods. I used the screws that come with the fan. Picture:
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I tested how I would place the LED strip, but I forgot to take pictures! doh.gif I guess you'll have to wait to see how it comes out! thumb.gif
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