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post #141 of 520
Wow! You have put a lot of work into this build and so far it is turning out great! I can't wait to see the whole loop once you've got it set up. I'm anxious to see how the sleeving turns out as well.

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Very nice Digikid meant to tell you that I am sorry for running late on the updates!! I just sent an ASRock out to Brazil yesterday...he should have it in about a month. I know you are waiting on an update, but I am still playing catch up on everything...on top of that, dropped a new cpu into my current build today, now all my DRM stuff is screwed...no Zune, cable tv, or anything DRM related...seems to be a common bug with no easy fix...

Sorry. Once I get attached to a log sometimes I am like a kid. Apologies.

Hope everything works out for you....I really do. Strange about that DRM thing....it should still work fine regardless. Really weird. wth.gif
post #143 of 520
The round GT-15's are genius.

I actually did that to a corner of my XSPC fans for my CPU cable to fit in, but I never thought the entire thing would look so good!

You could even get some really really small white u-channel and make it pop like the corsair fans do. biggrin.gif
post #144 of 520
Looking fantastic!
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I really like what you did with the fans, it's an original idea. Do you think that cutting one side of the frame like you did could cause some problems, if the fans are mounted vertically?
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Originally Posted by Digikid View Post

Sorry. Once I get attached to a log sometimes I am like a kid. Apologies.
Hope everything works out for you....I really do. Strange about that DRM thing....it should still work fine regardless. Really weird. wth.gif

Yeah, it's a known bug..but there isn't one specific workaround. Sometimes you can get it working other times not..now worries, about to put a Prodigy or two into service soon...biggrin.gif
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The round GT-15's are genius.
I actually did that to a corner of my XSPC fans for my CPU cable to fit in, but I never thought the entire thing would look so good!
You could even get some really really small white u-channel and make it pop like the corsair fans do. biggrin.gif

I was thinking something similar with a piece of stainless steel...not quite sure which way I want to go yet.
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Looking fantastic!

Thanks! thumb.gif
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I really like what you did with the fans, it's an original idea. Do you think that cutting one side of the frame like you did could cause some problems, if the fans are mounted vertically?

Should be exactly the same as an unmodified fan since there is nothing that is affecting the "turbine effect" of the fan.
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Wow they REALLY piled on you today. LOL!!!!
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Wow they REALLY piled on you today. LOL!!!!

That's good though! I really like the feedback I get. Even the criticisms help give me new ideas or thoughts on ways to do this better. thumb.gif

So the other night, I couldn't sleep. When that happens, it is pointless to try and stay in bed because my mind will just keep going...so I went down to the shop and here is the result. Please excuse the lack of photos showing the full process, it was 2AM and I wanted to get this part done...

First up, drilled out the 10 rivets holding the front panel on *will have to remove the "legs" to get to the ones on each side. Once that was done, took the panel out and flipped it upside down and reinstalled. All the rivet holes lined up perfectly...

Front panel reinstalled:
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I know..silver rivets, I was out of black...rest assured everything will get a touch of paint...thumb.gif

Next up was to cut the bay bracket so it would fit my needs...(forgot to get a photo after I cut it...will get one after it is repainted doh.gif )
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Test fitting...
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Drilling holes for the drive bay bracket...
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Tapping the holes
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Screws in place (will get swapped out with MDPC screws)
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Final front panel:
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biggrin.gif Hope you all like the front panel...As always, comments, critiques, questions are always welcome!
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post #149 of 520
looks much better imo
post #150 of 520
That looks neat. Did you try swapping the front panels on the white to see what it would look like?

Never thought of this idea. How did you get the Logo off?
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