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Where did you get them from? Wouldn't be a bad idea to look into buying some.
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You can do them on your home printer as well with a transparent sheet and some patience.


I would definitely encourage anyone interested to try making their own. I found it much easier than I anticipated. Link to my post describing how here.
post #232 of 782
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Where did you get them from? Wouldn't be a bad idea to look into buying some.
Oh and are you going with UV lighting? or just some blue lights?

I got mine at www.etsy.com I got 25 black circles for $3.00 and $2.00 shipping. Super cheap.

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Sweet, Going to have to get some of those for my next build which hopefully I can get started soon thinking about the Switch 810.

Anyway cant wait to see how the case looks with all the glowing fans and stuff, Should be epic.
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Didn't get very much done today (work got in the way).

Started on the wiring for the front panel and found one of the front fans died frown.gif. (was tested before I put it was put in ...)

So spent a few hours replacing the fan, these panels are really hard to work with due to the 2 rads and 12 fans in such a small area.

I'm up to the part where I solder the wires, all fans confirmed working.

The cable ties you see haven't been cleaned up yet, they are more just holding it in place, so its not the final product.



More tomorrow smile.gif
post #235 of 782
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Well we finally have some case shots,

Apologies for the light and the quality, there's not a great deal I can do about it, this room has no windows, so its all artificial lights.

I don't have a table large enough or strong enough to hold this anymore, so on the carpet it is.

Wiring is pretty much done for the front panel just have to run a few cables for the fans, lighting and finish heating the heatshrink (pictured)

I'm going to be measuring and drilling M4 holes for the pump's as soon as I can some free time from work (pictured approximately where the pump will be, the second will mirror the location)












post #236 of 782
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Well we finally have some case shots,
Apologies for the light and the quality, there's not a great deal I can do about it, this room has no windows, so its all artificial lights.
I don't have a table large enough or strong enough to hold this anymore, so on the carpet it is.
Picz! (Click to show)











WOO! Case shots biggrin.gif
Looks awesome!
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post #237 of 782
Man this PSU is going to get a working
post #238 of 782
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Trying to figure out how I'm going to plumb this loop is making my head hurt.

Keep in mind we're working with duralene here which doesn't bend like tygon.

The only way it seems to work is with a snake adapter (I only have a black one, will need to order a silver one)



All the room I thought I had for the flow meter just is not there, this case got really small... really fast...

This is the only place I can see the flow meter working



This is how little room I have, Keep in mind I have to fit another gpu with its tubing returning to the other pump. not to mention the GPU cabling, sata and so on.




So this is the way I see it working currently.

Pump out > filter > bottom rad in > rad bottom out > CPU in > CPU out >Flow Meter > top rad in > top rad out > mosfet right in > mosfet left out > southbridge left in > southbridge right out > pump in.

I think I'm going to have to use some other tubing to do a setup to make sure all this plumbing is going to work.
post #239 of 782
Yeah, I bet alot of saw this loop going to be an interesting challenge and Looks like your working it out

Those 680s look sweet together.
post #240 of 782
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Hrmm I have an opportunity to buy some primochill advanced LRT clear for $5 a meter with my silver triple rotary adapter.

Could do some testing with it,

Buy or not to buy?
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