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Just found this though, they also make a copper one biggrin.gif
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It just isn't what I'm looking for biggrin.gif. They do make beautiful stuff though that is for sure thumb.gif

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Wow! so much awesome.

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Definitely keep custom biggrin.gif

You're making me miss my SR-2 ninja.gif

Never to late to pick another one up biggrin.giftongue.gif

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Yup really wish i did some cool stuff with my sr2 other than fold and use it

At least you actually used it rather than just build a behemoth rig just to sit "pretty" lol


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The custom work in here is awesome.

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Really great work going on in here thumb.gif

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So clean... AMAZING WORK!
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I vote for your original design as well. thumb.gif Absolutely stunning work here, can't wait to see the finished product!

Thanks you guys! I really do appreciate it biggrin.gif. More motivation for me to spend time in my dungeon working on it even when its beautiful outside lol thumb.gif

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I rather like the look of your own design. It has that in your face, custom clean industrial feel to it. It's much better than the I have way too much money slickness of the other options.

I just wanted something different.... and it has definitely turned out "different" lol As for the $ per card for my cooling? Well, lets just say I've surpassed pretty much any other block in that department lol. I was hoping not to but hey, at least I made it "mine" right haha
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So another OCN member and I had been throwing around the idea of changing the color of the GTX logo on the Titans... I kind of hit a road block there. I half way took the logo apart to see what made it tick. From the outside it looks like they use EL paper (similar to EL wire) because of how the logo illuminates. Further inspection revealed that it did seem to have a strip of small surface mount LEDs housed in a very small mirrored rectangular box... with the GTX logo glued to it. The catch is that the GTX logo has UV reactive pigment in the green. That's why it's so captivating and I think they may actually have UV leds behind it.

To change the color would require shaping a custom logo that fits into the cut out on the metal shroud... and that would require a ridiculous amount of hours on my part so it's a no go for me. White and green themed lighting will suffice just fine in my case lol thumb.gif

I am getting ready to paint the second Titan as I've fitted the MCW82 block and made the custom acrylic window. Might I ad that doing so by hand (particularly the recessed routing around the edges so the window sits like the factory one) is very painful lol... steady Dremel, STEEEEAAAADY lol.... I'm also planning on painting the copper pipe I've gotten fitted tomorrow.

Oh, I also mounted my Watercool MO-RA3 420 Core rad up in the wall, ran the tubing, and used one of those bristled outlet covers for running home theater wires through for the hose entry/exit into the wall biggrin.gif. Looks good. I had to explain to my girlfriend what the two hoses were running out of the wall were though lol

Till next time kids biggrin.gifcheers.gif

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Actually, the more I think about it, the easier I think it will be.

A little background: I haven't built my own computers since NT 3.51 and I put together a PPC machine for it. Since I've been a Mac guy since windows ME (And can you really blame me after that fiasco?) I've decided to get my feet wet again. My current crack habit... err, hobby, is model railroading, and I do a lot of scratch work with tiny (as in .5mm) LED's and casting my own stuff.

So, KP and I have been chatting it up, and I agreed, it wasn't gonna work without going crazy. But I thought it over some more, and I think its not as bad as it can be. There is a lot of vendors out there that sell crystal clear casting resin and the dyes to go with it, and RTV moulds is child's play compared to some of the stuff we do for our computers.

So, check me on this:

Take the existing GTX logo, and separate it from the unit. Mix up a batch of RTV and do a negative casting. Takes about half an hour to build the mould, and an hour or so for it to cure. Mix up the casting resin after it is, add the dye, pour, and and wait it out. RTV is flexible, so peal the mould away, and bob's your uncle. Should last at least a dozen pours to boot. Replace (If needed) the existing LED's with white ones, and reassemble.

I think, and this is all it is, thinking, that this should be all it takes.

As soon as I get my own, I think I will go ahead and do this. Worse case? I glue the busted logo together, and paint it red. Either way, I have a red GTX logo.
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That is some amazing craftsmanship with the copper pipe work. Just to get the bends correct I'm sure takes a good amount of time. I don't know what I am more excited for: to see your finished product or two finally build my own computer. Great work man.
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Actually, the more I think about it, the easier I think it will be.

A little background: I haven't built my own computers since NT 3.51 and I put together a PPC machine for it. Since I've been a Mac guy since windows ME (And can you really blame me after that fiasco?) I've decided to get my feet wet again. My current crack habit... err, hobby, is model railroading, and I do a lot of scratch work with tiny (as in .5mm) LED's and casting my own stuff.

So, KP and I have been chatting it up, and I agreed, it wasn't gonna work without going crazy. But I thought it over some more, and I think its not as bad as it can be. There is a lot of vendors out there that sell crystal clear casting resin and the dyes to go with it, and RTV moulds is child's play compared to some of the stuff we do for our computers.

So, check me on this:

Take the existing GTX logo, and separate it from the unit. Mix up a batch of RTV and do a negative casting. Takes about half an hour to build the mould, and an hour or so for it to cure. Mix up the casting resin after it is, add the dye, pour, and and wait it out. RTV is flexible, so peal the mould away, and bob's your uncle. Should last at least a dozen pours to boot. Replace (If needed) the existing LED's with white ones, and reassemble.

I think, and this is all it is, thinking, that this should be all it takes.

As soon as I get my own, I think I will go ahead and do this. Worse case? I glue the busted logo together, and paint it red. Either way, I have a red GTX logo.

Mac guy since ME? Sheeeeeat, I can't blame you there lol.... I went back to 98 after 1 hour on Me haha. Model RRing is fantastic! I was into it hard core... until cars and women distracted me lol.

Props for coming up with the RTV molding idea because I never even thought of that thumb.gif. I think it would work beautifully. May have to get some pointers from you via PM.

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That is some amazing craftsmanship with the copper pipe work. Just to get the bends correct I'm sure takes a good amount of time. I don't know what I am more excited for: to see your finished product or two finally build my own computer. Great work man.

I don't know about amazing lol there are some true works of art on here that use copper/acrylic... I appreciate it though thumb.gif Once you get the bending radius figured out (i used B-Negs guide for a tutorial/guide) it isn't to bad. Building your own computer is very satisfying....

---- Disclaimer ---- once you build your own you will never buy another prebuilt one again lol tongue.gif Not to mention the addiction to "Going FAST!!"
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Well I pulled my Vertex 4 SSD apart last night to mod it.... and of course being a 64GB drive it didn't have mem chips on the plastic cover side of the drive. Grrrr... I had to cut and mod the steel side. Looks pretty sweet. I got all the copper tubing painted also.

I went ahead and ordered the third Titan and an 840 Pro SSD to finish it off. I still have a PCs.com order for some fittings and an order from frozencpu for my add2psu unit and bgears 140 mm fans biggrin.gif. I'll get some pics tonight after work.
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Ohhh god, I love those titan mods.

Currently doing about 70k ppd on each of my titans @1230mhz/3300mhz, 1.2mV so not the best but ok at folding.

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Can't wait to see the new stuff :D

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Well I pulled my Vertex 4 SSD apart last night to mod it.... and of course being a 64GB drive it didn't have mem chips on the plastic cover side of the drive. Grrrr... I had to cut and mod the steel side. Looks pretty sweet. I got all the copper tubing painted also.

I went ahead and ordered the third Titan and an 840 Pro SSD to finish it off. I still have a PCs.com order for some fittings and an order from frozencpu for my add2psu unit and bgears 140 mm fans biggrin.gif. I'll get some pics tonight after work.


What are you doing to the SSD, I have to ask... Can't think of anything to mod for except perhaps to show of the insides...
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Ohhh god, I love those titan mods.

Currently doing about 70k ppd on each of my titans @1230mhz/3300mhz, 1.2mV so not the best but ok at folding.

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Thanks cheers.gif and I think your TItan overclocks are great! One of mine does 1230/3300 on the stock BIOS the other does 1160/3300 stock BIOS and I hope the third will clock liket he 1st one does when I get it tomorrow biggrin.gifthumb.gif

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Originally Posted by derickwm View Post

Can't wait to see the new stuff biggrin.gif

Well, thankfully I didn't place my order with ppcs just yet as I found some stuff I was missing lol... I'm finalizing that order right now and I should have it in two days time. So I "should" have everything this week that I "need" to get the loop finished and leak tested. biggrin.gif With the number of fittings and potential leak spots everyone keep your fingers crossed lol

---- EDIT ---- PPC's order placed biggrin.gifcheers.gif

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Originally Posted by Panther Al View Post

What are you doing to the SSD, I have to ask... Can't think of anything to mod for except perhaps to show of the insides...

Yup, removed about 40% of the metal to show the inside and I'm adding an internal LED for HDD activity. I'm pretty sure it was L3p's L4n build that I got that idea from (have to give props to the man as he is a master fo sho because he is definitely a pro). I think I'm going to make an acrylic window to place in the open area that I modded as well. biggrin.gif
Edited by kpforce1 - 5/7/13 at 1:42pm
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