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This is absolutely insane. I've made a stern promises to myself that if I ever have enough money, I will emulate this with whatever tech is available at the time
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drool.gif Looking great. I really want to see how those ssds perform.
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Sleeving looks nice! Make sure to train the cables before positioning them in the case. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by shish0000 View Post

This is absolutely insane. I've made a stern promises to myself that if I ever have enough money, I will emulate this with whatever tech is available at the time

Thanks smile.gif, Can't wait to read that build log when you do smile.gif
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Sleeving looks nice! Make sure to train the cables before positioning them in the case. smile.gif

Thanks mate, will do smile.gif
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All I know is my wife would have shot me if she'd seen that tiny piece of PCB with a $160 price tag on it lol. My jaw hasn't come up off the floor since I first read this thread.

Haha, I got around this with my gf by promising to give her my old computer which is still reasonable high spec (3930k, 32gb ram, 4 x 580gtx's, RIVE motherboard)
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drool.gif Looking great. I really want to see how those ssds perform.

Thanks mate, you and me both smile.gif

So most of the acrylic and mounting stuff has arrived, I'm waiting for a company in the US called FTM to send me some acrylic drill bits, but they should come soon as they are coming via fedex.

They were very hard to track down but are going to be worth it in the end (clean screw holes without melting and cracking the acrylic)

Acrylic / Glue / Glue Dispenser




M2.5, 3 and 4 standoff's, I have some plastic screws and washers to go with them.




I'm toying with an idea of making an acrylic box with a 80cm fan (i found some gelid uv's in 80cm) to hold the raid card,

And then having it as part of the top panel's window, as a display of sorts,

Not saying that will definitely happen, but I'm looking into it smile.gif

I'll update you guys once I start cutting up the acrylic and Fedex delivers the screw bits.
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I have never used a special drill bit for acrylic and have not had any problems with it cracking or melting. It has such a high melting temp that you would have to have a seriously dull drill bit to get it hot enough. I used a standard drill bit(sharp of course) & even tapped some holes for mounting pumps on them without any problems. DO NOT take my word for it though, just sharing.
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I have never used a special drill bit for acrylic and have not had any problems with it cracking or melting. It has such a high melting temp that you would have to have a seriously dull drill bit to get it hot enough. I used a standard drill bit(sharp of course) & even tapped some holes for mounting pumps on them without any problems. DO NOT take my word for it though, just sharing.

You make an interesting point, I have lots of acrylic, I'll give it a shot later today with some metal drill bits and see what the result is like.

The reason I ordered the bits is every major guide I've read mentions cracking and melting of acrylic when drilled with normal glass/metal drill bits smile.gif

Edit, this is the link to the plexi ones http://www.thefabricatorssource.com/products/06drills.htm

They have a different tip at a 60 degree angle instead of a 120 degree angle, the twist is also larger.



Edit two, Not sure if i showed these yet, but they are going on today after work smile.gif


Edited by soth - 1/23/13 at 4:28pm
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Ahh yes..... Fancy drill bits. and soon to be Fancy fans.
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I have a question for everyone,

I have the opportunity to add a 3rd mini loop using tiny tubing (3/8 or something) for the ram,

I have a ddc pump, top and a micro res from a previous build.

I have the ram tops shown earlier in the thread.

Here is the picture again :



So the question is,

Buy a 120mm rad and attach it to the back of the case on the extraction fan near the PSU's

Or, leave the ram as it is?
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awesome build man
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I say if you can make it clean, do it. If it's just going to add more clutter in the box... probably not. Water cooling the ram isnt really on my set of priorities.
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