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Subbed, this looks like it's going to be very nice; and HUGE!
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Originally Posted by sortableturnip View Post

Love the look of that res...I really like the way Danger Den put it together without threading the acrylic.
Plus, can I be one of your kids? biggrin.gif

LOL sorry no, I have enough mouths to feed.

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Subbed, this looks like it's going to be very nice; and HUGE!

Enjoy the insanity!
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Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

^ I tried to click 'Like' for about 5 minutes before I realized I wasn't on FB.

Going to put you down as "bondage freak"...
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Re-assembling the fans is turning out to be the pain in the butt that I feared it would be, but I do like the results.

I have 11 done, so threw 8 on a 120.4 Monsta and snapped some pics. I hope to crank out another 10 tonight, and get more done Sunday. Sorry, no Po in these, didn't want anything distracting from the awesomeness of the fans and rad...

Note that I shortened the fan cable and sleeved it so I could then use a harness to tie them all together. I plan to group the fans on a rad into a single fan header for the Aquaero. I'm using the crimper sold by Nils at MDPC-X and his fan pins and I have to say his tool works great.

I used the screws that came with the Monsta, for the true assembly in the case I'll be using normal philips head screws, 4 per fan.

I doubt I'll get all 40 fans done this weekend due to lack of heatshrink, my follow-up order to Nils should arrive this week.








Edited by Reglar - 8/25/12 at 6:15pm
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This is gorgeous, the color and all. The sleeving up to the fan hub...and that rad love it man . Can't wait to see it all come together biggrin.gif
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Black and pink theme is working! Very Nice. Dissembling and assembling fans seems more complicated than with the noiseblockers that Cpachris used. Might be a factor for some that wish to go with fan customization.
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Those fans look tiny compared to the rad biggrin.gif Can't believe they didn't include more screws with that rad! Oh, and nice job on the sleeving (this is coming from someone who made wiring harnesses to make money for 2 years) wink.gif
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Those are gorgeous.
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Those fans look tiny compared to the rad biggrin.gif Can't believe they didn't include more screws with that rad! Oh, and nice job on the sleeving (this is coming from someone who made wiring harnesses to make money for 2 years) wink.gif

Oh, and here's a pic of one week's worth of completed harnesses biggrin.gif

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Thanks guys for the kind words. And Sortableturnip - that is a LOT of harnesses! I am sure you are faster than me.

Well I ran out of fan header pins, more coming in the same order as the heat shrink so I should be able to finish ths week. Was able to crank out the 10 planned for tonight though, so outside of some prep on the remaining fan motors I expect to do all the GPU and motherboard blocks so expect a bunch of pictures Sunday night.
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