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Diggin' the light panels. I'm still thinking about trying one myself.
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Me also liking the slight boxes. nice low diffused light this is best to me.. Has got me think rolleyes.gif and that is possible. sometimes tongue.gif
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Me also liking the slight boxes. nice low diffused light this is best to me.. Has got me think rolleyes.gif and that is possible. sometimes tongue.gif

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Holy macro, reminds me of that murderpc back in the day... please make me a slightbox, I'll be HAPPY to pay you!! thumb.gif

You have to switch that orange switch out, this build has got to be perfect! smile.gif
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It's looking really good!
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Really good is an understatement if i ever saw one. biggrin.gif
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Diggin' the light panels. I'm still thinking about trying one myself.
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Me also liking the slight boxes. nice low diffused light this is best to me.. Has got me think rolleyes.gif and that is possible. sometimes tongue.gif
Thanks.
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Holy macro, reminds me of that murderpc back in the day... please make me a slightbox, I'll be HAPPY to pay you!! :thumb:You have to switch that orange switch out, this build has got to be perfect! smile.gif
Thanks and maybe I will switch out the Vandal with the white one later on. At the moment , I can't even find it in the mess downstairs.
I'll make you slightbox for the dimensions of your computer, but it will cost you around $500. It takes a long time to bend aluminum and then to do cutouts after its all bent nicely. Check out the earlier posts on the making. This is not home depot U channels. I have the acrylic, metal etc.

Back to the build.
Doing the final cut on Hi-Gloss White acrylic. Last time I used the wrong side.
Using the existing scrap one as a template:


Where the green dots are...that edge you can see how the acrylic is see through.
Behind the RGB Jeak Amp is 3M dual sided tape. I don't have it sticking to the acrylic. No need as I have screws through them.


The back now is like a high gloss paint. Last time I used this side as the front, and it doesn't look that good.


Using 0.5" Set screws now in the standoff. Since the standoff for this was changed to 0.6". Gives more room for me to push the above through and use the 0.3" stand off on top.


Fired it up, but this time, with RGB LED's connected:




At the back of Vandal Custom Switch bay:


The lights come out nicely from the sides as well.


Side view:



Finger prints:



Now have to connect all the fans.
Have to build a long cable for the exhaust fan (forgot about that ). One should be plenty, with such an open case as I cut out the bottom and top partitions.
post #1016 of 1388
Seanimus,

WOW is all i CAN SAY. LOOKS really good.... thumb.gif
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Thanks.
Thanks and maybe I will switch out the Vandal with the white one later on. At the moment , I can't even find it in the mess downstairs.
I'll make you slightbox for the dimensions of your computer, but it will cost you around $500. It takes a long time to bend aluminum and then to do cutouts after its all bent nicely. Check out the earlier posts on the making. This is not home depot U channels. I have the acrylic, metal etc.

Back to the build.
Doing the final cut on Hi-Gloss White acrylic. Last time I used the wrong side.
Using the existing scrap one as a template:


Where the green dots are...that edge you can see how the acrylic is see through.
Behind the RGB Jeak Amp is 3M dual sided tape. I don't have it sticking to the acrylic. No need as I have screws through them.


The back now is like a high gloss paint. Last time I used this side as the front, and it doesn't look that good.


Using 0.5" Set screws now in the standoff. Since the standoff for this was changed to 0.6". Gives more room for me to push the above through and use the 0.3" stand off on top.


Fired it up, but this time, with RGB LED's connected:




At the back of Vandal Custom Switch bay:


The lights come out nicely from the sides as well.


Side view:



Finger prints:



Now have to connect all the fans.
Have to build a long cable for the exhaust fan (forgot about that ). One should be plenty, with such an open case as I cut out the bottom and top partitions.

Looks great man. Really like the light box's
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Looks spectacular!! Seanimus, did you use RGB LEDs in the reservoirs too? I noticed the color difference between the 2 reservoirs and was wondering why that was.
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Looking terrific, I'll message you about the slight box once I get my case.
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Seanimus, WOW is all i CAN SAY. LOOKS really good.... thumb.gif
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Looks great man. Really like the light box's
Thanks.
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Looking terrific, I'll message you about the slight box once I get my case.
Thanks and look forward to your PM
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Looks spectacular!! Seanimus, did you use RGB LEDs in the reservoirs too? I noticed the color difference between the 2 reservoirs and was wondering why that was.
Thanks and was playing with AQ5 RGB outputs and somehow managed to get it to give different output lights. It will not be that way in final; as it will be based on Water Temperature.

Exhaust and all other fans running:

Exhaust PWM on bottom AQ5 and rest Intake PWM fans on top AQ5:

Close up shot:
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