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Fair enough. Update.

Now I'm requesting some pretty spring pictures that update us all on latest FG adventures. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

Fair enough. Update.

Now I'm requesting some pretty spring pictures that update us all on latest FG adventures. smile.gif

Hm... I vote some updated pictures to your log lol! sorry Seanimus to snipe your thread just wondering what happened to Chris's updates.


Anyways nice stuff. I've been watching since the beg. great job.
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Very nice build.... Reading all the information on this post has been very helpful in planning my own STH10 case.
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Anyways nice stuff. I've been watching since the beg. great job.
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Originally Posted by ChromePixels View Post

Amazing
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Originally Posted by Dangur View Post

wowowow wheee.gif
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Originally Posted by freitz View Post

Anyways nice stuff. I've been watching since the beg. great job.
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Originally Posted by bmacks1 View Post

Very nice build.... Reading all the information on this post has been very helpful in planning my own STH10 case.
Thanks.
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

Seanimus,
So you are going to use that wire you got from home depot to make your own SATA data Cables or Power??
Using it for USB Cable. Need 4 wire shielded.
26" USB Cable - 10 pin using Homedepot shielded 4x22AWG wire:


The mini-acrylic board at back"


Took bottom RGB hue out from bottom:


Made a custom power cable for this into 4pin molex.




Mini-acrylic board with USB 10 pin input:

Edited by Seanimus - 3/30/13 at 8:03pm
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Doing the SATA cables behind vertical SLightBox. Looks better-- and was only trying to optimize the room at the back to make more room there.


Front View:


Top view:
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Nice Cable management...
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Nice Cable management...
Thanks.

Those cables at the back all coming together is really daunting. Had to find the light at the end of tunnel; which I did 2 days back; and now ready for some pictures ..
Tried one day to solder all Aquabus cables. Was pretty much the most difficult task I had to do while everything was attached on computer.
Gave up on that; and decided to hook the Aquabus with 4 pin male fan connectors.
So needed the female version daisy chaining 4 devices on each loop. AQ5, Pump, Adaptor, Flow meter.


Cut the AQ Pump and Adaptor Aquabus cables and redid the shortened sleeves outside the computer.
Some I had to do while attached to the computer which was a painful.


All connections done in next 2 shots including RGB.
For the Jeak RGB amp , had to use the 3 and 4 pin connectors that had the longer guide on the side.




That leaves now only the power connections remaining
2 cables on ground for the pump, 1 SLightbox cable with mini Tamiya (other one is done) and power to 4 Pin Molex in first picture, and SATA like connection to NZXT RGB Hue.


Still a lot of work left for the back.
Edited by Seanimus - 4/4/13 at 9:52pm
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Seanimus,

Where did you find the white SATA connectors??
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Looking gooood.
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