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Thanks for the tips guys, I am still inspired to fix this smile.gif

Oh, BTW, I have a small update in the form of an aluminum plate which will divide the 5.25 and PSU area with the main chamber. Looks something like this.


Thanks for looking!

Needs polishing thumb.gif Hint/idea biggrin.gif

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I'm late to the party, but subbed. Keep up the good work! thumb.gif

welcome to the party thumb.gif
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post #92 of 862
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I was thinking of painting it black dad. I am trying to think of a way to mount it too, and was thinking pop-rivits.

I might have a look at it tonight if I get some time.
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awesome work so far! thumb.gif
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awesome work so far! thumb.gif

Thanks mate biggrin.gif
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Update

Hey everyone.

Small updates on my build. I have modded the AP181 fan cables. They are now shorter and more uniform, and look much better then before. I also cut out some metal from the motherboard tray, to make just one large gap for all cables to come out of. Here's a couple of pictures of the mods.








I need some opinions, as I do not know what would be best. I need to route the front IO cables somehow. There is a photo of a mockup route.

Do you all think that this is good? I cannot shorted the cables as I do not have the pins. I can drill holes into the dividing plate and route the cabls in the 5.25 section, and have it come back out again just over the motherboard connections. Opinions?


And some other photography on parts.





2nd GPU is here, and MDPC sleeving is on the way.

Thanks for looking!
Edited by MetallicAcid - 3/19/13 at 4:55am
post #96 of 862
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I can drill holes into the dividing plate and route the cabls in the 5.25 section, and have it come back out again just over the motherboard connections.

I vote for this option. Hide them if you can.

Alternatively, cut out a section in the middle of all the wires and solder the remaining ends back together, preferably at a location where the wires can run in a straight line, such as along the back of the front panel.
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post #97 of 862
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I vote for this option. Hide them if you can.

Alternatively, cut out a section in the middle of all the wires and solder the remaining ends back together, preferably at a location where the wires can run in a straight line, such as along the back of the front panel.
Yup what he said, I like the idea of the aluminum plate btw, it'll make it look a lot cleaner
post #98 of 862
looking really good! looking forward to more pics
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I vote for this option. Hide them if you can.

Alternatively, cut out a section in the middle of all the wires and solder the remaining ends back together, preferably at a location where the wires can run in a straight line, such as along the back of the front panel.
Cutting the cables and soldering doh.gif Why didn't I think of that!
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Yup what he said, I like the idea of the aluminum plate btw, it'll make it look a lot cleaner
Thanks mate! I think it will turn up good smile.gif

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looking really good! looking forward to more pics
Thanks Fakeblood!
post #100 of 862
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Well, since I can cut down the cables and resolver them, this is the cable routing that I had in mind. Does anyone have any suggestions which are not pictured here?





Please do not be offended by the pile of crap on the floor in the background. I am rebuilding our storage space and renovating in the soon to be baby's room.
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