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Originally Posted by kpoeticg View Post

I made my inside layer about 1/4" shorter and the outside wires on each layer about 1/4" shorter. 
It's great for taking pictures of the cable with that "U-Shape". But for actual use in your rig, it really depends on cable routing. That U-Shape is permanent when you make the inside shorter

Well it dont move it stays this way. Ha ha i wish you gave me the tip before i started with making the cables. Mayby i redo them later.
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cpachris somewhere in his build log (can't find it at the moment) talks about making the inside wires shorter. I seem to remember 1/4" for a 90 degree bend, 1/2" for a 180 bend, not sure about the numbers though. I know you have printed out his build log at one time.

You can see your 24 pin harness the wires on the inside want to pooch out slightly, but still looks fine. I was just curious because I did not see you mention the wire lengths anywhere.
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cpachris somewhere in his build log (can't find it at the moment) talks about making the inside wires shorter. I seem to remember 1/4" for a 90 degree bend, 1/2" for a 180 bend, not sure about the numbers though.

^^ this is correct. 1/4 inch for every 90 degrees of bend you want in the cable. My 24-pin extension turns 270 degrees, so my inner row of cables was 3/4 inch shorter than the outside cables. This will help make your curve perfect and permanent.
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cpachris somewhere in his build log (can't find it at the moment) talks about making the inside wires shorter. I seem to remember 1/4" for a 90 degree bend, 1/2" for a 180 bend, not sure about the numbers though. I know you have printed out his build log at one time.

You can see your 24 pin harness the wires on the inside want to pooch out slightly, but still looks fine. I was just curious because I did not see you mention the wire lengths anywhere.

90 cm
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Kickass build then the tiny monitor frown.gif
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Kickass build then the tiny monitor frown.gif

Ha ha Com back when the project is finished.

Athe time i had the 20" that is i think 10 years ago that screen was the screen "not for gaming off course" but at that time i gamed a little and did mostly drawing work on my quadcore machine. For the Eizo S2000 i payed about 1200 euro's.

For that money you now get probably a 4K screen.

After my first build "kopie of Singularity Beast II" i had 3 GTX 580 in there" played good on that screen about 120 frames.

It is a quality screen and it is staying downstairs.

Just wait for a screen to com out at the end of this month.

I wood say " Com back later" and enjoy my buildlog. biggrin.gif:thumb:
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I CHANGED MY MIND rolleyes.gif

Yes that is right. Some times you have to stand still and think "do i do the right think \ or does it has to be this way" .
After having som answers from Darlene "thanks for that" and other comments "building up comments "also thank you".
My common sence took over. The power surply have to move up to a original postition. What that means for the build:
- modification of my power cables 24 + 6 and 8 pin;
- hole in the big cover behind the motherboard that is already made;
- 140 mm fan in the hole in the pedestel "believe it or not holes are in the right position".

So some times i need to stop to let common sence take over and then whe are off again.

Ye i am happy with it.

What are these!. I orderd a few acrylic plates "a few extra for practice" and one with a hole in it that fits around the
cover in the pedestel. Where original the PSU had been pland. Now that the PSU is going up i need something in place of the psu. Lucky the 140 fans match the hole and also the screws. "LUCKY ME".




Ye there must go in a few leds. And also in a nother acrylic plate who i have pland in the front bay drive of the pedestel. I told my college today that i want to do this and that i want to put a logo in it "like the sample i showed you before" he want to try if he can ingrave the logo for me. "Whe will see".



I orderd this plate. Normaly i do it myself but my jigsaw is still at my daughters place so "lazy me" orderd a piece.
I just had to send the drawing file and the convert it to machine language.





So i am going back to the build.

O yes forgot to tell. Working on a guide for the psu connectors "be patient".

I want to put a window iside of the 5,25" bay. It is a clear panel and wil be mounted withe the tread behind the cover. I use 6 mm acylix. Waiting for the logo and name from the unit i served.



In the bottom there is also going to be a window "this one with no leds" . So you can look inside.



This was a try out hand carved with a knife.



Lights out.



Have to work on that one. The fan and acrylic ring fits. Just need to scrape the acrylic till it is matt. And a few holes in for the leds.



Yes i promise this is the last one from today.
I put the psu in the top but then the bend of the cable is going to be to big. So i put the psu lower this way i have make the power cables at least 40 cm shorter. It is also better "i can always work in the pedestel by opening the panel and without having the psu out. I think i turn around the fan so it is blowing cold air on to the Aquero;s. I think i can do a test by letting the fans run for a while measure the temp in the case and then one with the 140mm fan on.

So a little progress made. smile.gif


Edited by TATH - 3/5/14 at 3:23am
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What do you mean about pci express cables? I'm not clear what you are making cables for.....or is it for the gpu cables?
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What do you mean about pci express cables? I'm not clear what you are making cables for.....or is it for the gpu cables?

Good morning Gerald.
Yes the are GPU cables. On the side is saying PCI Express. Have to make them shorter "little practice good for my skills".
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Good morning Henry smile.gif
Greet jobs ! You are very interest enthusiast smile.gif
I have one question, pedestal assembling condition transported ???
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