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I see, nevermind then.. can't wait for more updates. biggrin.gif

btw, how did you order stuff directly from bitspower? do they have an online shop?


yeah, it's kinda getting annoying waiting for all the stuff >.>

They don't actually have an online shop and I still can't get it why. You have to write an E-Mail to shopservice@bitspower.com.tw with all the links to the parts or with all article numbers. and you have to write the quantity of each fitting.
But if you have a local shop which sells them too, I'd order them there. I had to pay way much on shipping fees and duty redface.gif
But other than that I'm fairly happy with the fittings, even thought I hate myself because I'm going acrylic. It get's way more expensive than normal tubing
    
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yeah, it's kinda getting annoying waiting for all the stuff >.>

They don't actually have an online shop and I still can't get it why. You have to write an E-Mail to shopservice@bitspower.com.tw with all the links to the parts or with all article numbers. and you have to write the quantity of each fitting.
But if you have a local shop which sells them too, I'd order them there. I had to pay way much on shipping fees and duty redface.gif
But other than that I'm fairly happy with the fittings, even thought I hate myself because I'm going acrylic. It get's way more expensive than normal tubing

haha I see... I don't think any local shop carries bitspower stuffs here in Singapore.

is it that expensive compared to normal tubing? the fittings (C47) are around 12 bucks a pair, normal compression fittings come at around 9 bucks a piece, so I expected that they'd end up around the same considering you need more angle/rotary adapters for acrylic tubes since they can't bend (unless you decide to go for bent acrylic tubing theme).
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haha I see... I don't think any local shop carries bitspower stuffs here in Singapore.

is it that expensive compared to normal tubing? the fittings (C47) are around 12 bucks a pair, normal compression fittings come at around 9 bucks a piece, so I expected that they'd end up around the same considering you need more angle/rotary adapters for acrylic tubes since they can't bend (unless you decide to go for bent acrylic tubing theme).

the cost of each fitting is here the same. But for acrylic you need more adapters, as you said. with normal tubing I would have get away with 20 fittings. and with acrylic I bought around 70-80 fittings. I'll update the parts list soon.
    
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haha I see... I don't think any local shop carries bitspower stuffs here in Singapore.

is it that expensive compared to normal tubing? the fittings (C47) are around 12 bucks a pair, normal compression fittings come at around 9 bucks a piece, so I expected that they'd end up around the same considering you need more angle/rotary adapters for acrylic tubes since they can't bend (unless you decide to go for bent acrylic tubing theme).
Hey fellow sing, you can try xtreme systems. They did a mass order a few weeks back. Might have what you're looking for.
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Hey guys, had some busy weeks, but today I got time and finished the Mid-Plate. Hope you like it thumb.gif


mirror acrylic


frosted acrlylic


blue acrlylic


mirror acrylic (light's on)


frosted acrlylic (light's on)


blue acrlylic (light's on)


door closed (light's on)
    
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Frosted acrylic w/ light looks awesome biggrin.gif
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Hey fellow sing, you can try xtreme systems. They did a mass order a few weeks back. Might have what you're looking for.

thanks for the info... thumb.gif

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Hey guys, had some busy weeks, but today I got time and finished the Mid-Plate. Hope you like it thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

mirror acrylic


frosted acrlylic


blue acrlylic


mirror acrylic (light's on)


frosted acrlylic (light's on)


blue acrlylic (light's on)


door closed (light's on)

that looks great... biggrin.gif
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Nice floor, what kind of material is it made from? Noticed you have a strange red LED somewhere disrupting the blue. My mobo has a red LED like that but I put a little bit of black electrical tape over it to block it out without looking terrible.

Regarding under lighting with a floor in a 900D there is a very cool one that has a white plexi that glows and the wires and watercooling look like it's flowing from it. I'll see if I can find the pic somewhere.
I know it's probably late, but I solved the problem thumb.gif





These LED's were the problem, I just put some black tape over it smile.gif


As you can see (or not) the LED's aren't shining anymore. Another thing I thought about would be replace them with blue ones smile.gif

Next thing I'm gonna do, is this:



Thanks guys. I'm glad you all like it thumb.gif
    
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Subbed for sure I love these SFF builds!! biggrin.gif
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I never thought about doing that... maybe I'll do the same for my mb leds. thumb.gif
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Subbed for sure I love these SFF builds!! biggrin.gif

you got me there, lol... biggrin.gif

but yeah, considering your build, this is SFF. whistle.gif
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