Originally Posted by hello im sean
WOW i followed your last build and the begininning of this one for a while. Haven't been around in a while but again WOW. I'm a case mod enthusiast.. I've probably viewed all of the ones worth seeing (hours and hours of galleries
) Sir this is my favorite case mod to date of the hundreds i've seen. When I finally get the appropriate funds and tools together to do mine your builds will be in the back of my mind, it certainly has influenced me. Congrats on a job well done! I look forward to your future endeavors and im also curious as to where you go to school? As i'm at Drexel University myself. Parting question though, how well has the steel wool been working as opposed to cloth or other materials? It's an awesome idea but still slightly worries me as i've seen stainless steel oxidize before.. Good luck with it! Don't be a stranger to the forums... Ever! You've already done so much for this community and I.
P.S. I actually saw the finished build on Bit Tech first
Thanks! I really appreciate it. It's not 100% done, but it's getting there. School interferes with a lot of things. Or I should say a lot of things interfere with school
I'm currently at Umass Dartmouth for electrical engineering and I'm probably going to minor in mechanical engineering. The steel wool has been working great. Other materials such as cloth etc. all collect lots of the impurities in the water, but the stainless steel wool doesn't and thus has none of those maintenance issues the cloth did. I know stainless steel can oxidize, but in all honesty, I don't plan on using this computer for more than a year. My next build I'm working on designing will be using water chilling, a bigger case, and a good amount of sound deadening.