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First Case Mod, Terrible Picture Quality

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This is what I started out with:







Lets fast forward a bit:




So a few things need to be done. I'll be making some brackets for my hard drives. They will be mounted behind the internal rad in a sideways orientation. I will be making a bracket that mounts to the rad for the pump. It's not ideal but its the best place for the pump. Due to size constraints and for the sake of having a clean loop. Reservoir will be mounted beside the rear 80mm fan. I'll be buying the L brackets to mount the internal rad nice and snug. I will have to drill for the fill port and cut an opening for the slim optical drive in the front panel. I am going to hold off on this for now. Still debating if that the best route to go. It would be nice having everything internal. Other than that rivet back together, order some thin tubing and cable management. Hope you guys like my turd tongue.gif
Edited by pcnoob1 - 7/6/13 at 9:38pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i-7 5820k Msi x99m g1 matx Asus 6950 crossfire 8g's of Muskin DDR3 1866 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
2 x 1tb WD Blacks.One for backup 2 xspc 360 rads Windows 7 Corsair 1200w 
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Lian li 
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The Kool Aid
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i-7 5820k Msi x99m g1 matx Asus 6950 crossfire 8g's of Muskin DDR3 1866 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
2 x 1tb WD Blacks.One for backup 2 xspc 360 rads Windows 7 Corsair 1200w 
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Lian li 
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Well, I'm interested. But the pictures are pretty small.

Take some larger "After" shots if you can, Please please smile.gif
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