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So now since the power supply is out of the way I can start fitting the h100i into the top of the case. biggrin.gif


Fitted the motherboard, drives, and rear exhaust to check for clearances when mounting the h100i:



As you can see from the picture I used more of the anodized paint system to color the rings on the corsair fans. (a theme I continued throughout).




I wanted push/pull on the h100i and it looks like i have more than enough room vertically but guess what, length wise it was a no go. Not enough space in the case. Now mounting outside the case is not an option since it would defeat the sleeper status. More "tweaks" had to be made. biggrin.gif


I would up simply shifting the rad towards the back of the case and modifying the rear of the case some. Here are the results:










The third fan here is the top exhaust for the drives section.





Had to make a little cover to try and seal the case but all in all I'm satisfied with the result. Now for the next problem. The built in fan controller and options bult into the h100i are good and is why I purchased it in the first replace but the results are lots and lots of wires coming off the pump. mad.gif





Well we cant have that can we.biggrin.gif So with a little bit ofcarresing of the wires I managed to hide them fairly well I think.thumb.gif


First I decided to form the wires into an angle to help with the routing:



I routed the nicely tucked away cables next to the motherboard heatsinks and they are fairly stealthy minus the usb cable:









I'm almost done with this the second time around and will be finishing it up this coming week! biggrin.gif
Edited by sinnedone - 2/11/13 at 7:01am
   
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Some more updates. biggrin.gif

I decided to dable in the cable sleeving and while its not the best and the power supply isnt sleeved completely it serves my needs appearance wise. This is the outcome as of now (still not done though)





When I fitted the power supply in the front of the case I made it so it was offset leaving a littl ebit of space. The reason for this was to try and fit a 140mm fan behind the power supply and fashion up an enclosure that would still allow fresh air to be drawn into the case.

I started with the highest cfm, quietest, with most static pressure 140mm fan I could find. Wound up going with the Akasa viper 140mm fan:




Needless to say the bright yellow color was not matching very well with the rest of the build, so after a littl epaint this was the outcome:





Now thats a whole lot better. thumb.gif


Time to make the enclosure mount for this fan:
















Then all of a sudden it broke in half!




lol not really. I nneded to cut it to ease install. The following pictures should explain. Sorry about the bad quality but it was night time.








   
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So now its time to install this thing, first piece goes in:








Slightly held in place here:




Its a very tight fit when theres graphics cards behind it.



Success, I now still have a front intake fan even though the power supply takes up most of the space.smile.gif Only problem now is that it looks sorta cluttered. rolleyes.gif The next step was to build a nice cover for the drive/power supply area. Started off with a template trying to figure things out.








After a little cutting and epoxying the result was this:







Theres a reason why I went with clear and that was to be able to mount a led strip in it. I didnt want it perfectly clear so on went the spray tint (VHT nite shades)






I wanted to play around with some 3m carbon fiber dinoc vynil so in it went biggrin.gif The slit in the vynil is where the led strip will be mounted.








I wanted to share in the dinoc love so the rad and ram got a touch as well.









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I found out that too much dust was entering the case before and wanted to try out some fan filters to keep everything nice and clean inside so all the intake fans were treated to some decent filters. The front intake fans were a bit of a problem but I found a workaround.


I started with this:



Then wound up with this:





When the front panel is on it holds the filter in place correctly. The side panel was a little easier being it was just a single 120mm fan openeing:











After that was taken care of it was time to figure out what I was going to do about the pedastel area being it was rather naked. The solution to that was simply to use the old case (again) for parts. biggrin.gif I usd parts off the old case to make lower panels to cover the pedastal and the old front fascia to add alittle trim to the front of the pedastel.

Here are the two pieces made to cover the sides of the pedastel:





Here is what I did with the front:











Not the best looking front end, but it does the job. This was the simplest way to make it look sort of "stock" that I could think of. All in all its not to bad.biggrin.gif
   
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Amazing Progress! That's magic you're doing with that case! Now time for a custom loop tongue.gif
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Lol

Not in this case. I'd like to do a custom loop but would need to do it justice. Next time around I'm goingto be all about the water cooling though.

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So the next step is figuring out some sort of trim for the top exhausts, being theres a giant gaping hole there with fans.biggrin.gif

I started with this




Now the original case came with a sort of strange plastic trim on the top front of the case in gray seen here:





I then modified it by stretching it with some other plastics I had laying around and some epoxy. Here are the results of that:









After that a little bit of walmart mesh trash can was brought in along with some paint and this is the final result:











Thats it for now, but I think it came out fairly well. biggrin.gif I just need to do a couple more things and then i'll be done....well maybe. wink.gif
   
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Been working on the lighting. I already had a led strip I was going to work with from the original setup but wanted to change it up a bit and make the leds a little more stealthy and towned down. I used some spray tint to make them less noticeable (since theyre white)

Here you can kind of see the led strip in the drive cover through the tinted plastic part:




Then I ran the lightin on the other 3 sides of the inside of the case:








Heres the difference between the way the led strips come and after the spray tint:




I have to get better pictures but here is the basic idea of how it sits. the first picture is of the led strip in the drive cover:












I think it might need something else since the motherboard area is pretty dark. im going to have to figure somethiing out. One good thing though is that with the spray tint it softens the light so its not so harsh.biggrin.gif Sorry about the bad pics they were just quick shots.redface.gif



Couple of more things and ill be done with version 2 of this perticular build. Not a perticularly good looking case but the inside shots are worth it. thumb.gif
Edited by sinnedone - 2/14/13 at 4:35pm
   
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MOTM. Amazing creativity man, love it.
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MOTM. Amazing creativity man, love it.


lol I wouldnt say MOTM material, but Thank you for the compliment. biggrin.gif


Stick around its almost done. Just a couple more final touches and I can hopefully get some decent interior shots. Well hopefully some properly exposed night shots as well.smile.gif

In the meantime here are my budget MDPC sleeving endevours.


















The power supply isnt totally sleeved only the visible bits as not to void warranty. If I ever decide to post pictures of the back its amazing to look at. lol With only about 1/4" or 5mm of space for wires it gets a little tight back there. I wont lie though there is slight "bowage" on the outer panel behind the motherboard tray. lol tongue.gif
   
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