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Nice idea with the acrylic, i am actually thinking about buying channel Aluminum from home depot or lowes and makeing cable ways with a acrylic top.. hope that i can send it to Jim at case labs and get it powder coated white just like my case if i do this..
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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.
Thanks. .
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Nice idea with the acrylic, i am actually thinking about buying channel Aluminum from home depot or lowes and makeing cable ways with a acrylic top.. hope that i can send it to Jim at case labs and get it powder coated white just like my case if i do this..
Thanks. Thought of channels first, but then just decided it do it this way. With layered acrylic -- easier to move cables around and to dismantle.

Got this 22AWG Shielded wire from Home Depot.


Put two of these 4 wire in a SATA sleeve. I really like this wire...compared to working with NZXT by redoing existing wires. Much nicer to deal with; crimps were nice.
You can see them top right near the USB Hub.
It is 26" long.


Got the 1" Standoff (shiny one on left). And now it levels off with right side - (0.375" Standoff + 0.122"Acrylic + 0.5" Standoff)


While doing all this I realized the hub takes 5V..and Jeak amp 12V. The D5 Pump 12 V.
So I have to run 4 wire power up here.


From front the bottom most device is SATA connector for NZXT RGB Hue. So I might as well run SATA wires from PSU and tap into 12V and 5V along the way while the wire is running at the bottom.
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Amazing
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Seanimus,

So you are going to use that wire you got from home depot to make your own SATA data Cables or Power??
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wowowow wheee.gif
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Have I waited long enough from my last FG picture request.......to avoid appearing overly stalker'ish? wink.gif
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Have I waited long enough from my last FG picture request.......to avoid appearing overly stalker'ish? wink.gif

I think you shouldn't get a picture until you update your build log! Seems fair wink.gif

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I think you shouldn't get a picture until you update your build log! Seems fair wink.gif

Jeffinslaw

LMAO cold blooded. But Jeffinslaw does have a good point.
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I think you shouldn't get a picture until you update your build log! Seems fair wink.gif

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I agree they do have a point!!!
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Will still appear stalkerish, but update your log tongue.gif

Crap, I still haven't updated mine frown.gif
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