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post #41 of 862
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Update

Good morning guys!

I have a small update for your viewing pleasure. I installed the Corsair fans to see what it would look like before I tore down the build to work on the cabling. Here is what it looked like.


Here are a couple of WIP pictures of my sleeving. The last picture is what the cable looked like before!






This does take time, so expect for the updates to be a little slow wink.gif
Edited by MetallicAcid - 3/19/13 at 4:52am
post #42 of 862
subbed! always enjoy a TJ08 build!
post #43 of 862
Awesome little build man! thumb.gif
     
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Intel Xeon W3565 (i7 960) Dell Precision T3500 Gigabyte R9 290X Windforce 10GB DDR3 PC3-10600 (5x2GB)  
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
160GB+1TB 3.5"  Corsair H80 w/ clear tubing and 110mm tube rese... Windows 7 Ultimate Samsung 245BW 24" 1920x1200 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Not sure yet...looking at cheap mech boards at ... Corsair CX600 Corsair Carbide Spec 01 Cooler Master CM Storm Spawn 
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Steel Series QCK Kinter MA-160 MSI TV Anywhere Plus 
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Intel Xeon X5450 Intel Xeon X5450 Proliant DL360 G5 EVGA Geforce GTX 780 Superclocked ACX 2.0 3GB 
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post #44 of 862
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Update

Hey guys and gals! Small update coming your way!

Progress was slow as I had run out of butane for my soldering iron.. When I was on my way to the super geek electronic store here in Sweden, I decided that I would replace front panel diodes which were blue, with red. The diode mod was pain free, and looks good smile.gif

Now your probably thinking "Shut it and get on with the pictures!". So here they come!

Diode Mod:








Last cable splice and finished product






That is it for now, thanks for looking!! smile.gif
Edited by MetallicAcid - 3/19/13 at 4:52am
post #45 of 862
Very nice so far...Subbed!
I am sucker for all things SFF, though my mid tower is relatively big :/
Keep up the good workd biggrin.gif
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Very nice so far...Subbed!
I am sucker for all things SFF, though my mid tower is relatively big :/
Keep up the good workd biggrin.gif

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Awesome little build man! thumb.gif

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subbed! always enjoy a TJ08 build!
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Thanks for the comments and subs people!

BTW Fakeblood, it was your water cooled build that inspired me to get this case and do this build. thumb.gif
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Thanks for the comments and subs people!

BTW Fakeblood, it was your water cooled build that inspired me to get this case and do this build. thumb.gif

Im glad to hear that my work has inspired others. Loving the sleeving work as well. I find heatshrinkless way easier to do. Keep up the good work
post #48 of 862
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I have a question for you all. I am wanting to do a window mod, and want to light up the inside of the case with something. Should I go with LED's or cold cathodes?

I am even thinking about creating a "light panel" on the floor, kind of like what you can buy from the TJ07 as a partition between where one would install the rads and PSU, and the mobo and GPU's.

Opinions?
post #49 of 862
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I have a question for you all. I am wanting to do a window mod, and want to light up the inside of the case with something. Should I go with LED's or cold cathodes?

I am even thinking about creating a "light panel" on the floor, kind of like what you can buy from the TJ07 as a partition between where one would install the rads and PSU, and the mobo and GPU's.

Opinions?

I favor the cold cathodes, but leds are easier to deal with. I like the idea of having the strips be invisible (the individual bulbs don't look good)
post #50 of 862
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Hmm, maybe some opaque plexiglass over the led strip to diffuse the light?
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