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Bart EK makes a Rad mount for the floor you might have to drill it out to fit the Aquacomputer reservoir you got. this might be a idea.
like this http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_1165_1162&products_id=27636
or
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_439_770&products_id=37566
I also bought some different ones I will have to look around and see if i can find them and send you pictures of them!!

Use decouplers from AQ...there are no vibrations in my build from pump.
Putting decouplers on a right angled mount is not efficient in terms of vibrations, infact it may amplify.
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Use decouplers from AQ...there are no vibrations in my build from pump.
Putting decouplers on a right angled mount is not efficient in terms of vibrations, infact it may amplify.

I am deaf but in the testing I can not hear any of the pumps that I am using.. If I did not see the water moving or have a flow meter in the loop I would not know they are running but as you have seen from my pictures this is on a test bench might change when I put them in a case.
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I am deaf but in the testing I can not hear any of the pumps that I am using.. If I did not see the water moving or have a flow meter in the loop I would not know they are running but as you have seen from my pictures this is on a test bench might change when I put them in a case.
You need the vertical side to have atleast 7 " of clearance for : AQ D5 Pump Adaptor with its own bracket + the Pump underneath it + atleast 1" to put your fingers through to put in the USB/Aquabus.

[Edit] I looked into this with Jim Keating...the one option you have is Vertical Fan Mount Bracket. Which will go from bottom partition to top partition as nice angled aluminum (less vibration).
Then side ways you have to cut an aluminum piece from the vertical bar to mobo wall and bend it and screw it in.
Only reason I didn't do that, is because there wasn't enough room for two AQ Reservoir assemblies.
Edited by Seanimus - 5/23/13 at 7:57pm
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I still have one more mod left to do...and that is the top cover....thinking of some simple artwork on the transparent acrylic that will get lit up with RGB Strip.

On the RGB Strip have 2 choices....a) connect to NZXT and have it fading (wife says it will look like a pimp car) or 2) make the RGB Strip work with the AQ 5 RGB Amp (last time I blew out the AQ5 LT; so yikes)..

go for a remote option, its more fun.
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go for a remote option, its more fun.
Yes that is a good idea. Get rid of NZXT / not connect to AQ5 RGB Amp and change lights from far.
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I knew the controller was cheap...but this is ridiculous $1.60.
Anything of better quality?
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Just got the 44key one from a US Seller. The really cheap ones I guess ship from China.

Any photoshop experts in design.....Novice when it comes to Photoshop ....Need a design for the top acrylic with lines (curved are fine as well), with logo of "Seanimus 448??
Key thing is the lines need to go across from one edge to the other. Doesn't have to criss-cross
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i got mine from fleabay, i also bought 4 wire male and female connectors and 4 core wire (wire has the right colours) as for photoshop, sorry still a pen and paper guy!! but want to improve my skills. rolleyes.gif
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i got mine from fleabay, i also bought 4 wire male and female connectors and 4 core wire (wire has the right colours) as for photoshop, sorry still a pen and paper guy!! but want to improve my skills. rolleyes.gif
Ok noob way in Paint Brush....



Will try something basic and see how light will refract..

Sides have spacing because the aluminum will cover it.
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Nice idea!!! Where did the name come from or should I know that as I have been following this from the beginning??
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