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Hmm, nice work and finds there. One problem for me, the Aqualis branding on the base - bit showy, to my eyes. WoW ! I guess I haven't done much pricing .... Aqualis is good looking stuff tho !

here's something I hadn't done before - I measured the space from top of case, not its top panel - to the XL window pane - 135mm ..... I'm telling you, I've never thought like this before. I guess its like the hot rod car shows, pop the hood to see the engine. 135mm means you won't see the rad/fans/shrouds at all ! or much at all. With 152mm of space in the ST10, that's 17mm showing - half an inch ! Need bigger window !

Wow ! until you measure, or put stuff in with the panel on, you just don't know the whole story. I measured 140mm from bottom to window, and 150mm from front to window tongue.gif

MOAR WINDOW PANE !!


Yah, I'm thinking more openly now ... have you seen the Aquatube ? BP has a similar model - Water Tank Ultra

The white Aquatube apparently has LED fittings, that would be kewL. I have seen some builds using one or the other, and didn't much care for the black wall - I like the clear res. Sorta defeats the purpose, imo. But that white Aquatube - I'm gonna have to disabuse myself of that notion wink.gif



Edited by socketus - 2/11/13 at 5:36pm
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That would give it almost a HAL 9000 look....
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Just to throw a further spanner in the works Socketus, my case is on the floor so with the angle downwards, you won't be looking directly into the window so need to take that into account as well. Haha.

I have seen those Aquatubes but talked myself into just using a standard cylinder res and trying to keep it as simple as possible.

Been doing some fun stuff today, updates to come.
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Sleeving Fun

So I got bored today and decided to try my hand at heatshrinkless sleeving. I followed this awesome guide by Lutro0.



I had these colours left over from a build I was going to do for my fiancé. Ended up just leaving the standard cables in and have had these sitting around for a year, gathering dust.

Let me start by just apologising for the terrible quality of the photos in this post. Got very frustrated and even took some outdoor pictures, but I am now accepting the fact that I need a macro lens, and I need to build a light-box.



I had a spare cable or two lying around and picked the 8-pin CPU cable as a decent starting point. Will save any crazy notions of 24-pin sleeving for later.

I tried and tried to pop the pins out using some standard tool I had, before remembering I did indeed have a MDPC one. I tell you what, it was like chalk and cheese. The pins just popped with no effort, whereas I hadn't been able to pull them out with pliers and a good deal of force whilst using the other tool.



Following Lutro0's guide, you carefully measure the sleeve to the right length and then hold it in the exact place on the cable, which is just above where the crimp attaches to the cable. Then place a small piece of heatshrink over it, apply a lighter, then cut the heatshrink off and you are set.

The guide goes into much more detail than I will. Definitely worth a watch.



Then you simply slide the pins back into the connector, and if you have done the burny bit right, it should go in fairly easily. I note that my last 4 went in considerably easier than my first 4, just took some practice to get the melting right.





All done. Now I need to learn to stitch cables so they hold together in a nice bundle. As you can see, mine doesn't.

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MDPC Arrives

So just after my heatshrinkless sleeving lesson was complete I got a knock at the door and my package from MDPC was here. What a glorious day. What a glorious 40 degree Australian summer day. (note: there is nothing glorious about 40 degree days)



I've mentioned before that I was basically set on my colour scheme of Shade 19, Grand Blue, White and then one of Yellow or Vanilla Sands.

I took some pictures of the 2 combos and would appreciate any input.











I am very unhappy with those pictures to be honest, firstly the reflections and inability to get good focus. Although it has definitely re-affirmed that I need a lightbox and macro lens.

Furthermore, I feel that the yellow in person was basically perfect, but that the vanilla sands looked bland (as part of my combination). The pictures really make the vanilla sands look much better than it does.

I guess that I have kind of made my decision to go with yellow, just wondering how it will look with my planned gold Monsoon fittings.
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Just a quick update.

Ordered some nylon string to do the cable sewing with. Following Frank N Stein's Youtube guide, as well as this guide here by Pongo.

Frank uses size 6 and I could only order size 4 at a reasonable price, so I'm hoping it will be strong enough.



I wouldn't have been bothered with this, but starting to sleeve my cables I notice that some of them twist from one side to the other. Meaning the connectors on the PSU side go to the other side of the connector on the MB/device side. Hoping to sew the first 3 inches or so on each side, so I get that lovely flat look, and the twist will be hidden on the cable side of the case.

Has anyone got any other ideas for hiding the twist? Making some custom extensions maybe, but I think the above option will be fine. Just hoping that the mobo power and PCI power cables don't have the same twist.

Also, sourced myself a light tent and macro lens for the Nikon, should be here sometime next week. Hopefully some decent quality pictures will follow.
post #27 of 116
Ahh.. the dreaded double wires on the Corsair, eh ? Well, you'll see soon enough wink.gif

You know what ? I THINK, so consider that source, that you could get by without the yellow or vanilla. Tho I am partial to the yellow.
I know, your fav football team's colors. I just realized that that team's jersey, and logo, are actually using orange ! Or is that in the pic only ?

With the gold Monsoon fittings, that may be all the gold-orange you need. Well, maybe 2 stripes of gold-orange in the big 24 pin.
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Some beautiful sleeving you have there mate. thumb.gif This is going to look great with the stitching and all. smile.gif
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So I'm kind of at a crossroads with which direction to go with this build.

Firstly, Titan's imminent release is making me pause and see if it lives up to the hype.

Secondly, The WC parts I have planned for this build total about $1500 plus shipping (to Aus) which I'm not ready for yet to be honest. Got a wedding to pay for this year.

I have done a slightly revised option, eliminating the mobo cooling and Aquaero and basically just using 2 Monstas and all EK block/res, with the Bitfenix Recon I have currently. This totals about $1,100 delivered, a saving of about $600 or so.

This Recon is only rated at 10W per channel, but if I'm right, the Cougar fans I'm using only have a draw of 2.4W (12V x 0.2A) so I should be able to put 3 per channel, for a total of 15 off this fan controller.

The build has 17 fans total, so if I run 2 of the motherboard this will work fine.

It's been so damn hot here the last week that I really want to get this thing under water. Well, the heat and the fact that I just discovered folding.

If I do it this way, the components won't be as impressive but it will allow me to get it fully water cooled immediately, and then work on beautifying it.

So yeah, kinda having a hard time making a decision at the moment, but fairly sure I will wait until next week to see the initial Titan release and see what happens there.
Edited by Scarecrow23 - 2/14/13 at 3:30pm
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I just realized that that team's jersey, and logo, are actually using orange ! Or is that in the pic only ?

My team has always been blue and yellow. The orange has only come into things as part of the new logo (new meaning last 10 years or so), which is nowhere near as cool as the old one imo.

Here is the old logo and jersey from our first Premiership (Superbowl) winning year, 1992. The Eagles only entered the competition in 1987. (Ignore the wording under the word Eagles, that is just the names of the players from that 1992 team, as this image is actually of a replica/anniversary jersey)



And this is our current new jersey.



A matter of taste I guess but I far prefer the old ones. But I digress. The orange is a sore spot for alot of Eagles fans, earlier in the 2000s they introduced a jersey with quite a bit of orange. This was done to represent the north of WA where pretty much all of the dirt is the red/orange Ochre colour. This region is where all the iron ore comes from.

In any case, it was one of the ugliest jerseys in sport and was quickly changed.



So there's a little bit of a West Coast Eagles history lesson, for all those of you still reading, thanks for making it through my drivel and I'm sorry that you are now almost certainly bored/asleep.

TLDR: NO ORANGE!!!
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