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best ITX build ever!
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Just awesome work. drool.gif
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Dat ITX build is drool.gif i have no words
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WONDERFUL! Great job E. biggrin.gif It looks absolutely amazing!
Looks like a pretty darn nice crib you got there as well thumb.gif
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Case is gorgeous. Can't wait to see the project finished.

Haha thanks y'all! biggrin.gif I reeeeeeeally want to power up tonight. Got some solder so just a few more wires to sleeve & its gonna happen. I already leak tested for 24h, so as long as none of the wiring interferes its looking really promising.

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Oh god, that's hot. Gotta give props to Dwood for pulling that design off so well.
How're your fans set up? All intake?
I think I'll be having a wet dream about that case as matx with support for 180-200mm front and 140mm top biggrin.gif

Yeah to be honest, since this case is 100% custom and a huge experiment for me (I've never done any industrial design or computer cases before) i was expecting something good but flawed. But the reality is 99% plug & play - and of higher quality than most cases out there - which is so freakin cool. I'll show detailed shots of where it came up short... as I mentioned before its literally been things that I "fixed" with electrical tape & washers. Once I confirm everything else works I'm going to make a list of all the adjustments that need to be made... they're all small dimensional tweaks to brackets, not the case itself which means I should be able to have Dwood knock out a few more small brackets for minimal $ to have a truly plug & play, scratch-built case.

Gonna try all intake first & see how it performs. cool.gif

Not gonna comment on your wet dreams. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif unless you're F, 5'10", blonde, 36 24 36, in which case pics pls. thumb.gif
 
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It looks good. But. that just like...my opinion. man.
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Oh god, that's hot. Gotta give props to Dwood for pulling that design off so well.
How're your fans set up? All intake?
I think I'll be having a wet dream about that case as matx with support for 180-200mm front and 140mm top biggrin.gif
Yeah to be honest, since this case is 100% custom and a huge experiment for me (I've never done any industrial design or computer cases before) i was expecting something good but flawed. But the reality is 99% plug & play - and of higher quality than most cases out there - which is so freakin cool. I'll show detailed shots of where it came up short... as I mentioned before its literally been things that I "fixed" with electrical tape & washers. Once I confirm everything else works I'm going to make a list of all the adjustments that need to be made... they're all small dimensional tweaks to brackets, not the case itself which means I should be able to have Dwood knock out a few more small brackets for minimal $ to have a truly plug & play, scratch-built case.
Gonna try all intake first & see how it performs. cool.gif
Not gonna comment on your wet dreams. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif unless you're F, 5'10", blonde, 36 24 36, in which case pics pls. thumb.gif
Ain't it nice to have something work out the first time around? Looking forward to another update biggrin.gif

But oh damn, I'm 5'9" frown.gif
or M, 6'1", blonde(ish) and only thing 36 24 36 in me is... well.. nothing. Or maybe the first 36.
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It looks good. But. that just like...my opinion. man.

far out.

the 24-pin is trying to kill me. gotta get some stranded 16ga to extend a couple more wires and i'll be able to fire it up.
 
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far out.
the 24-pin is trying to kill me. gotta get some stranded 16ga to extend a couple more wires and i'll be able to fire it up.

Nooooooo! This is killin me! It was bad enough to wait overnight from seeing the case to seeing it stuffed now this. Man if it's killin me it must really be killin you.
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far out.
the 24-pin is trying to kill me. gotta get some stranded 16ga to extend a couple more wires and i'll be able to fire it up.

18 AWG is surely easier to sleeve and there's nothing in a PC which needs 16AWG. In Europe we always use 0.75mm2 which is even smaller, closer to 19 AWG.
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16AWG is nice to sleeve. Being a little thicker makes it more ridged and it holds it's shape better. But it is definately bigger than anything the avarage PC will actually need.

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16AWG is nice to sleeve. Being a little thicker makes it more ridged and it holds it's shape better. But it is definately bigger than anything the avarage PC will actually need.

I think you are confusing AWG which is the diameter of the inner wire, with the thickness of the outer insulation. You can get AWG 18 which has outer diameter 2.4mm and you can get AWG 16 which has outer diameter 1.8mm.

If you can't get AWG 18 to hold its shape, then you aren't stretching the sleeving enough. Unless you were talking about paracord, properly stretched sleeving stays in shape due to the friction of the nylon fibers against each other, and doesn't need to rely on the underlying wire being inflexible.
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18 AWG is surely easier to sleeve and there's nothing in a PC which needs 16AWG. In Europe we always use 0.75mm2 which is even smaller, closer to 19 AWG.

Good call. Luckily I took a sample with me and found out 18 was a match. thumb.gif

So last night I ran into yet another issue. Apparently electronics + me don't get along. I probably shouldn't be adding water to the fire. devil.gif

Here's my cry for help: Need help w/Vandal switch not working properly.... Any ideas?
 
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