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So, it have been a while since I updated you last.
not becourse I didn't want to, there just haven't been anything to update you about.
But that have changed, and I got more time in these days, so the speed of this build will increase :-)

Today, the last layer of paint got on the case and once Again in one piece; Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






I really love how this case looks in White, and can't wait to get this build finished smile.gif

In the two holes in the top, two temp sensor/displays will get installed. Sadly, it will be the only thing not White or green, since they have a blue screen :-/

I also got to be creative with the backplates for the GPU: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


The top rings, didn't turn out that great since I used a small brush, but once I changed to a pencil it got a lot better (the ugly once will not be visible once installed in the case). Both are done, you will see the result on the GPU's tomorrow ;-)

What I hope to get done tomorrow is;
1) Buy Platisk 70 and get the motherboard painted

2) Installed all the hardware in the case to measure where to fit rads and reservoir + pump and drill the holes for those.

3) Measure cable lenght and begin sleeving smile.gif

I will hopefully get time to update you tomorrow aswell (Also got a nice big package from Aquatuning.de, containing the last Things, which I will show tomorrow aswell).

Until then, I'm still missing a cool name for this project, any ideas?

http://shop.xs-pc.com/d/LCD-Displays_680.html What about those? Green and white LED backlit.
As for the name...
What about Acidic?
Or... Hold on I'll try to think of something else...
Vitalize?
Edited by Sethris225 - 5/21/13 at 3:49pm
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that looks really good. how did you paint the fan filters?

I haven't painted that yet. There is only the one for the PSU.
The left side is now a window, and the top a radiator will get installed with maybe a fanfilter on top of that.
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http://shop.xs-pc.com/d/LCD-Displays_680.html What about those? Green and white LED backlit.
As for the name...
What about Acidic?
Or... Hold on I'll try to think of something else...
Vitalize?

Why haven't I seen those -_-
Well thanks, now to see if I should get the White or Green version.

They are a Little bit bigger that those I got now, but it should't be a problem to make those holes a few mm bigger biggrin.gif
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Why haven't I seen those -_-
Well thanks, now to see if I should get the White or Green version.

They are a Little bit bigger that those I got now, but it should't be a problem to make those holes a few mm bigger biggrin.gif

No prob thumb.gif
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Wow, the case looks gorgeous in white, now i'm reconsidering the SG09 over the SG10 seeing Silverstone did not stick to their promise of the release on May 15. ;A;

Regarding the window, do you know of a way to make a one piece side panel with one big piece of acrylic on it? I can't think of any way other than using hinges for a big "wrap around" panel and magnets to close it off.
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Wow, the case looks gorgeous in white, now i'm reconsidering the SG09 over the SG10 seeing Silverstone did not stick to their promise of the release on May 15. ;A;

Regarding the window, do you know of a way to make a one piece side panel with one big piece of acrylic on it? I can't think of any way other than using hinges for a big "wrap around" panel and magnets to close it off.

It really does look great in White.

About the window, I do think it's possible.

If you cut where the red lines is and screw the two pieces together as one, I do believe it's possible thumb.gif


New update tonight (and it's BIG).
It have been raining here in DK, so painting haven't been a option until yesterday (sorry for the delay)..
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So, I have actually been rather busy these days.
First of a lot more painting. Got the rads finished uo quite nicely:




But also some smaller stuff in the build.
And also a more challanging one; the motherboard.
First taping all the useable parts in (socket, RAM, PCI and so on).
Then getting the worst dust away with some compressed air.
Bought some Platisk 70 and got going with it (insulation) and after that the non conductive paint.
Here is the first look:


Then off with the tape and on with a Little CPU cooler, and only one RAM stick.
AND WE HAVE BOOT biggrin.gif
Then one with a GPU to test aswell (didn't want to kill that if the board went on fire. I had some Water ready to kill out any flames eek.gif)
BUT BOOT aswell:


The with all the RAM and two GPU, and still with at BOOT.
I haven't went into Windows just yet. Only to the UEFI on the board, but everything seemed fine, SSDs detected smile.gif
Hopefully it will stay that way.

But still having some red spots on the motherboard, I began the many hour long proces for painting green.

I have also manage to get some sleeving done (CPU and ATX). And I have got a lot of it installed in the case.
BUT enough talk, hope you enjoy: (Click to show)




















And YES, that is two beautiful monsoon fittings you are spotting.
Many more are right beside me, just waiting to get installed :-)
I just had to take some shots of them:






Back to the build, I went away with my first idea of the D5 pumps, and over to the Swiftech PWM controlled DDC and the EKWB res. First I would lay it Down horisontal, but a test showed that the Water wasn't flowing that great in that position (which EKWB also tells to leave it vertikal). So up it goes.

The change from D5 pumps and res on the PSU is due to room. With two reservoirs on the PSU, I would have had to use some low profile RAM with no Watercooling. But this changed that so now the RAM get's watercooled aswell. Also thinks the EKWB res looks awesome in White (still need the paint the rings green) smile.gif

To the right of the pump (in the open Space up front), three Intel X25-M 160gb will get installed. Filling up the Space and looking good (will also get some paint) smile.gif
Also getting great cooling from that 80mm fan that will get installed behind them.

Next up is to paint the snowflake on the PSU green, install a White filter in the front and install radiators. Then to figure out how the loop should run.

My time the next three and a half weeks is limited due to exams, so only small Things will get done on this project.
BUT im stilling looking for a great name.
Best right now is "Green Ice Cube" smile.gif
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Wow, never seen anything like this done to a motherboard before! Very unique and clean looking, love it! thumb.gif
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Wow, never seen anything like this done to a motherboard before! Very unique and clean looking, love it! thumb.gif
really? search painted hardware club.
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Thanks Guys thumb.gif
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Wow, never seen anything like this done to a motherboard before! Very unique and clean looking, love it! thumb.gif

Im also looking forward to see more of your project biggrin.gif
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yeap, me when I put the thing together,and I keep drool.gif each time I look at it.

Dont know what to do when I complete it.
Can't look directly at it to long wink.gif
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