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Took some better pics of the stuff I got at the Electronics market in Seoul!
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Forgot to mention that I got two Crossfire cables today curtisy of OCN User: REPUBLICOFGAMER http://www.overclock.net/u/261013/republicofgamer

HE SENT THEM TO ME FOR FREE!!!! GOOD GUY!!! thumb.gif

I know the picture doesent do them any justice but my wife took it and Im not home so I post better ones later......


thumb.gif It was no problem at all! if need anything else are have something you need help with don't hesitate to ask you know where to find me biggrin.gif
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thumb.gif It was no problem at all! if need anything else are have something you need help with don't hesitate to ask you know where to find me biggrin.gif

FOR SURE cheers.gif THANKS AGAIN!! wheee.gif
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Some pics of the sketch im working on, Im thinking im gonna have the two rads at the top at an angle with either the fans on the inside of mounted on the outside of the rads........ I guess it depends on how it looks when I go to do it, gonna make side pieces cut to meet the edges of the case and RADs for extra support and a nice glow fromva UV Cathode to lite the tubes up! thumb.gifbiggrin.gif









PLEASE TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK, I AM OPEN FOR IDEAS AND SUGGESTIONS......
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The rads on top seem a little.. awkward, Maybe some kind of bracket to tie it all in a little more fluidly would help. possibly something like this:


Of course with fan holes and such.
    
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The rads on top seem a little.. awkward, Maybe some kind of bracket to tie it all in a little more fluidly would help. possibly something like this:


Of course with fan holes and such.

Yea they are lol, its because its hard to get the angles just right on the 3d program im using, and im on a laptop lol. But I had planed to use metal to make a mount but I was not able to find metal sheets anywhere and I dont feel like waiting for some to be shipped to me lol, so I guess I will just have to work with what I have lol. Thanks for the Idea though...... smile.gif I was thinking of attaching them to each other by using screws to go from fans on one to fans on another and mounting the RADs at the bottom of the case with an L bracket, but im also storming the Idea of cutting the top of the case out to allow it to set more deep and have better lines, but Idk yet..... thinking.gif
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i got a question , isnt it easier to just , make a box at the top ? and have the rads enclosure ? , if you need any help , just PM me smile.gif

i can make the dimensions in Solidworks , you just need something to do the bends and the holes smile.gif
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i got a question , isnt it easier to just , make a box at the top ? and have the rads enclosure ? , if you need any help , just PM me smile.gif

i can make the dimensions in Solidworks , you just need something to do the bends and the holes smile.gif

I though about that and I could but I dont have all the materials needed, but also its kink of redone and im trying to be orginal, but I will see once i get my hands on my stuff. Im still a few hours from home...........
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original is one thing , but being impractical for the sake of originality . its a thin line that only some cross smile.gif
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original is one thing , but being impractical for the sake of originality . its a thin line that only some cross smile.gif

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