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I like how you used the MDPC clips there. Very nice
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I think the front looks MUCH better now!

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Nice work! thumb.gif
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The front looks great now, Seanimus thumb.gif
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Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by luciddreamer124 View Post

I like how you used the MDPC clips there. Very nice
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Originally Posted by Jeffinslaw View Post

I think the front looks MUCH better now!
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Originally Posted by XKaan View Post

Nice work! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by maximus56 View Post

The front looks great now, Seanimus thumb.gif

Thanks.

Getting complicated now with the back of the motherboard. Those 100's of wires all coming together ...

First thing attached all the wires for pump and adaptor.
Gave up on white painted 6-32 flange nuts. Got more from CaseLabs along with 24xPEMs for future use.


Those are the wires just from pump and its adaptor...stun.gif..


Had to take everything apart again and replace the 6/32 standoffs on vertical SLightbox with 0.5".
Couldn't find them in the house for the longest time, and finally realized that I used all 8x on the back of the mobo wall - doh.gif
Reason needed shorter standoff instead of 0.625" is needed some room the pump adaptor USB & Aquabus wires.



The back...for the acrylic panel everything has to change now...That web of SATA wires will not give me any room to work with.
So the USB hubs have to move down...


In addition the USB moving down...


...I have to cut this part out on the right, as the power switch is in the way.


These standoffs of 0.625" may not be enough..will know later.


On the top right you can see the wires coming from ONE of the AQ5 ...stun.gif..
post #966 of 1388
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Round 2 with spare Maroon acrylic (just a test sheet...its going to be scrap anyways).


Had to use longer 6-32 screws to start squeezing the wires in.. after assembly.
Then replaced the longer screws with smaller to tighten from all sides

The black screws here are the shortest..


Well the door closes..


Thinking I should have two layers of acrylic ..one with 0.3" standoffs for a 6x6" to hold the usb and jeak amp
And then have a 0.25" white acrylic on top with a cutout for the 6x6 and with 1" standoffs.

Which would mean I would have to dismantle the whole thing put, new PEM's for the new standoffs...lot of work; but that would work the best.
I could wire everything place the wires nicely on the 6x6" acrylic with 0.3" standoff
Then place the 12" x 17" white acrylic (have to get new one) on top with 1" standoff and a cutout in that for the USB wires to have head room.
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The Aquaero wiring starts adding up, doesn't it? I've worked and worked on the wiring in the front of my case where all the wiring goes to the Aquaero's & PA2's and it's still somewhat of a mess.
I've thought about boxing mine in with some acrylic but I don't want to kill the air circulation.
post #968 of 1388
Amazing work and I love the pictures. I think the from looks better all white instead of have the colors around the AQ. You are doing amazing work.. Take a look at my log that i am finally able to start. it is at http://www.overclock.net/t/1374618/excessive-insanity-4-computers-in-a-case-labs-tx10-d-with-dual-pedestals-sponsored-by-ek-water-blocks#post_19589380.

for some reason i do not have the option to put pictures on my log and i dont know why??
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

The Aquaero wiring starts adding up, doesn't it? I've worked and worked on the wiring in the front of my case where all the wiring goes to the Aquaero's & PA2's and it's still somewhat of a mess.
I've thought about boxing mine in with some acrylic but I don't want to kill the air circulation.
I am good on the AQ side, with the P clips. Its the back side that is annoying me.
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

Amazing work and I love the pictures. I think the from looks better all white instead of have the colors around the AQ. You are doing amazing work.. Take a look at my log that i am finally able to start. it is at http://www.overclock.net/t/1374618/excessive-insanity-4-computers-in-a-case-labs-tx10-d-with-dual-pedestals-sponsored-by-ek-water-blocks#post_19589380.
for some reason i do not have the option to put pictures on my log and i dont know why??
Thanks.

Used 0.375" Standoff for this white acrylic (scrap material). final will be different.
Have to pickup 6-32 Set screws instead of the Black screws I used there, as I need to put 0.5" standoff on top.
Ordered 1" Standoff for the rest to place the bigger acrylic sheet on top.



Now to make the USBx2 hubs and Jeak to fit in this small area.
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I really like the idea of using the standoffs and the acrylic to create a sort of hidden space.
I have a piece of acrylic on the side of my SM8 which I use to mount a mini tamiya wiring harness and a SSD. Not sure if I have enough space to create a void behind the acrylic but I like the thought.
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