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Wow, you don't have enough room for something? Imagine that! lol.
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Wow, you don't have enough room for something? Imagine that! lol.

yead did not have room for a 6 stage chiller so I am going to do it differant and have a 4 stage now need to buy some more angle and do it again and actually I think it will end up looking better.

but yes actually not enough room with the other toys!!!
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leaving my build to have some RL time for holidays this weekend again. made good progress to find out it is too big and will not work the way I had measured and planed so changed of planes and I think it will look better and be easier... just need to go Home deport and get 2 more pieces of angle rolleyes.gif
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Made some changes to make it look better!!




I think this is a improvement??

I hate to be brutally honest but this looks like poop, it just doesn't live up to the quality of work you have been showing with everything else. The way I would do it is put the TEC's side by side and just use the screws to tighten them up and remove those ugly angle pieces, put an L bracket on the bottom and use 90 degree fittings from one side to the other. Keep up the great work and don't mind my awesome paint skills.

Edit: if you want you could put a bracket across the top to give it some rigidity other than that bracket and the bottom L brackets it should be clean looking.

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Edited by The_chemist21 - 4/19/14 at 7:27am
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Agreed
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I hate to be brutally honest but this looks like poop, it just doesn't live up to the quality of work you have been showing with everything else. The way I would do it is put the TEC's side by side and just use the screws to tighten them up and remove those ugly angle pieces, put an L bracket on the bottom and use 90 degree fittings from one side to the other. Keep up the great work and don't mind my awesome paint skills.

Edit: if you want you could put a bracket across the top to give it some rigidity other than that bracket and the bottom L brackets it should be clean looking.
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I like your honesty. I dont speak about the technical part because i dont now shi..... about TEC;s , But the estetical part "Su...... ".
Shout listen to what i was telling "trying to tell you" befor. Make a paper drilling mall and use two 5mm acrylic plates "Yes like a sandwich" .
It is like my acrylic caps i made on top of my pomps at the back.

Think your wanted to have progress so badly that your got of track a little. Nothing lost whoot i say "only time". biggrin.gif

Back to the drawingboard then.

Shi.. wife already having dinner ready "no time for a beer" mad.gif
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I like your honesty. I dont speak about the technical part because i dont now shi..... about TEC;s , But the estetical part "Su...... ".
Shout listen to what i was telling "trying to tell you" befor. Make a paper drilling mall and use two 5mm s "Yes like a sandwich" .
It is like my acrylic caps i made on top of my pomps at the back.

Think your wanted to have progress so badly that your got of track a little. Nothing lost whoot i say "only time". biggrin.gif

Back to the drawingboard then.

Shi.. wife already having dinner ready "no time for a beer" mad.gif

imo dont use acrylic plates use aluminum 2 or 3 mm will do and make it white also for the block interlinks use Rigid tube with some Monsoon Hardline Fitting it will look nicer. now to mount it i was thinking if you put 90 degree bends at the ends of the plate you could mount all 6 in one of the peds going across the ped fixed to the mounts on each side if you have the room. btw the angle was not doing anything for the strength cos of the way you were useing it flat strips would of done the same thing and not look as bad any how a plate will also cover that bad looking xspc logo smile.gif

P.S Btw i love the build i am wanting a TX10 - D now
Edited by Sykrui - 4/19/14 at 10:13am
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imo dont use acrylic plates use aluminum 2 or 3 mm will do and make it white also for the block interlinks use Rigid tube with some Monsoon Hardline Fitting it will look nicer. now to mount it i was thinking if you put 90 degree bends at the ends of the plate you could mount all 6 in one of the peds going across the ped fixed to the mounts on each side if you have the room. btw the angle was not doing anything for the strength cos of the way you were useing it flat strips would of done the same thing and not look as bad any how a plate will also cover that bad looking xspc logo smile.gif

P.S Btw i love the build i am wanting a TX10 - D now

Yes aluminum plating wil also do verry good. I used it also for my build and paint it matt black. smile.gif
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