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It's funny seeing your pressure switches and toggles etc. I work as a maintenance technician in a distribution center. I mainly work on conveyors and automated sortation systems and various fork lift vehicles. I brought home a couple of things to incorporate into an upcoming/existing build in a few ways. I am planning to install a NO/NC(normally opennormally closed) micro switch behind one of the case doors and when the door is opened this will cut off the normal, red and UV lighting and series of white LEDs will come on to illuminate the interior. I also have a small PIR motion detector that I am thinking of installing to either turn the power on with a wave of your hand ala xbox 360 style, or coupling it with a small linear actuator and modding the case door to open to swing up to a 90 degree angle. Not sure about the associated costs of the linear actuator though, initial research shows it to be very cost prohibitive for the average man, which I am lol

Looking good so far MCC always nice following one of your build logs
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FX-8350 Black Edition ASUS 990FX MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III Boost Corsiar XMS 3 
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Corsiar XMS 3 corsair xms3 corsair xms3 crucial m4 ssd 
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cooler master 200mm windows 8 pro HP 2011x CM storm quick fire 
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thermaltake m smart series 850 watt cooler master HAF-X logitech m705 logitech G930 
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New HAF-X Build
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
FX-8350 Black Edition ASUS 990FX MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III Boost Corsiar XMS 3 
RAMRAMRAMHard Drive
Corsiar XMS 3 corsair xms3 corsair xms3 crucial m4 ssd 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
LiteOn DVD Burner antec kuhler 920 yate loon 120mm HS x4 yate loon 120mm MS x3 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
cooler master 200mm windows 8 pro HP 2011x CM storm quick fire 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
thermaltake m smart series 850 watt cooler master HAF-X logitech m705 logitech G930 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
Intel I7 3970X MSI Big Bang-XPower II LGA 2011 Intel X79  MSI R7970 TF 3GD5/OC BE Radeon HD 7970  MSI R7970 TF 3GD5/OC BE Radeon HD 7970  
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custom water cooling from various manufacturers HP 2011x HP 2011x HP 2011x 
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PC Power & Cooling MK III 750 BitFenix Colossus Venom 
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post #112 of 390
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It's funny seeing your pressure switches and toggles etc. I work as a maintenance technician in a distribution center. I mainly work on conveyors and automated sortation systems and various fork lift vehicles. I brought home a couple of things to incorporate into an upcoming/existing build in a few ways. I am planning to install a NO/NC(normally opennormally closed) micro switch behind one of the case doors and when the door is opened this will cut off the normal, red and UV lighting and series of white LEDs will come on to illuminate the interior. I also have a small PIR motion detector that I am thinking of installing to either turn the power on with a wave of your hand ala xbox 360 style, or coupling it with a small linear actuator and modding the case door to open to swing up to a 90 degree angle. Not sure about the associated costs of the linear actuator though, initial research shows it to be very cost prohibitive for the average man, which I am lol

Looking good so far MCC always nice following one of your build logs

Thanks! Sounds good. I actually used a pressure dead switch on the panel door of my Corsair 800D to control the lighting so they come on when the door is opened. It can be seen on my Fatal Build.
post #113 of 390
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Got a new cordless drill today to replace my worn out 9v lol. It has served me well for over 3 years and I use it alot! It was a Black & Decker that I only only paid $10!!! I hope this one will live up to the reputation of the old one, judging by the reviews it will, It is small but mitey!!!! This one is a 20v Lithium Cordless Drill! Costed me like $60 though! Model is LDX120c






Received my Koolance Chrome Ram water blocks, and the Sony wireless Headset not sure if im using them on this build yet though...... thinking.gif








Got my Bad ass IC Diamond 24 Carrot Thermal paste as well, it doesn't get better than this!!!!

post #114 of 390
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Forgot to mention I got a Koolance QDC as well this one is threaded, not sure where im using it but I know I need many for this build! rolleyes.gif

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IC Diamond is my favorite regular TIM for IHS applications. For exposed dies, Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra is best, and by a long shot. rolleyes.gif (just avoid applying it over aluminum)
post #116 of 390
Dude you still alive? hopeing things not gone to bad for u this last week cause havent seen any updates for awhile now.
post #117 of 390
Yeah...same here :/
I trust in Mike's skills though, hopefully God favors him too and he's doing alright.
post #118 of 390
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Dude you still alive? hopeing things not gone to bad for u this last week cause havent seen any updates for awhile now.

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Yeah...same here :/
I trust in Mike's skills though, hopefully God favors him too and he's doing alright.

Im fine guys, thanks for your concern. I have just been real busy. Lots of ups and downs but im gonna try to get back to it this weekend if I can! thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
post #119 of 390
Great!!! tongue.gif
Hopefully you can have more modding time soon biggrin.gif
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I liked my new drill I got so much that I got another one and two extra batteries(even though I have yet to drain one lol) biggrin.gif

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