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post #291 of 782
So much sleeving...soo much work. lol. Great work though, keep it up thumb.gif
 
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post #292 of 782
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Thanks man, happy to help,
Here's an image of the clip,

Hmm, looks easy enough thumb.gif

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This will be a job for the weekend I think or I'll never get the cabling done for the front panel, usb, pumps etc.

Looks interesting! Looking forward to updates biggrin.gif
post #293 of 782
wow what a crazy build by a fellow Aussie!

Amazing hardware you have there. I have a 1500w Enermax PSU that I am sleeving with paracord and am finding it pretty difficult with split cables...

Subbed!
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wow what a crazy build by a fellow Aussie!
Amazing hardware you have there. I have a 1500w Enermax PSU that I am sleeving with paracord and am finding it pretty difficult with split cables...
Subbed!

I know what you mean man, I hated the splits so much.

In the end I left the splits in for the GPU cables and used heat shrink to cover them up (not ideal but at least the joins are far enough back to hide somewhat).

But for the 24pin that had 4 x dual cables on one pin (16awg / 20 awg coming from the 18 / 20 pin, combined to a single pin on the 24 pin cable), I replaced with a 14awg cable that's fed by a 20awg cable with a join closer to the PSU end.

It was the only way I could crimp the cable and achieve the sleeveless look for the 24pin.

I figure its easier to hide the join further up the line than to have twin cables heat shrunk at the motherboard end.

I tested the change extensively using a power supply testing tool and all voltages are fine. I also put it under a bit of load using my current pc, but the real test won't be until its under load with all the components of this one.

On to other stuff, cabling is still slowly getting done..

This is the longest cable in the case, its nearly 2 meter's long and is the alarm cable that runs from the Flow meter on the front radiator, all the way down, then underneath all the drive bays, then back around under the PSU, up the rear of motherboard tray and finally plugs into the CPU fan 2 pins on the motherboard



These cables are for power sw / power led. All thats left is termination and attachment to the switches.



This is the usb cable that travels from the Aquaero to the motherboard, Still needs to be terminated at one end which will be done when i do the switch cabling termination.

post #295 of 782
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Finally up to pump sleeving....

Only have 4 LED's to sleeve after this (pump lighting) and then it will be time to start on the top panel.

post #296 of 782
I'm really liking those pump stands thumb.gif
post #297 of 782
Is that fan shroud 120mm or 140mm? I was looking at buying one for my case, I have a similar issue with my Xigmatek, motherboard clearance with my fans on the rad. An easier solution would be to get a thinner radiator. Only have the standard XSPC RX Rad, so no doubt there is better performance that is thinner, but the fan shroud looked like a cheaper/cooler option. Might be a good chance to upgrade to a 140mm rad too.

Keen to see pics of how the shroud works, let me know your opinions of it too.
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Is that fan shroud 120mm or 140mm? I was looking at buying one for my case, I have a similar issue with my Xigmatek, motherboard clearance with my fans on the rad. An easier solution would be to get a thinner radiator. Only have the standard XSPC RX Rad, so no doubt there is better performance that is thinner, but the fan shroud looked like a cheaper/cooler option. Might be a good chance to upgrade to a 140mm rad too.
Keen to see pics of how the shroud works, let me know your opinions of it too.

Yes its 120mm , I got it for $40 here

I'm just positioning all the sleeved cables for the front bays at the moment, once its done later today I'll start on the shroud/top panel and take lots of pics.

This is where I'm up to:



The black cable ties in the picture will be replaced as soon as I find some larger UV blue ones. (searching around at the moment).

Even though it looks like a huge amount of cables, once its all bunched up and compressed it wont be anywhere near its current size.
post #299 of 782
Looking good,def will sub this build.
post #300 of 782
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Finally up to pump sleeving....
Only have 4 LED's to sleeve after this (pump lighting) and then it will be time to start on the top panel.

Is that reservoir and fitting suppose to be on the same side? I use to have one of those BP tops and I recall the pump pushes the water to the other pump then outlet from there..
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