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im liking that front. Will you be putting some mesh on the sides of the stick out?
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When will you actually start building instead of just making renders? wink.gif

Looking great though!

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When will you actually start building instead of just making renders? wink.gif

Looking great though!

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Its all just a tease haha.

No doubt he just wants the plans perfect before starting work
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Its all just a tease haha.

No doubt he just wants the plans perfect before starting work

I see 25 pages of perfect here ;-)

That is almost more than my entire build log and he hasnt lifted a tool haha.

Im not having a dig, I think the designs are amazing and wish I had those skills myself! We all just want to see something materialize!
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Consider the update enjoyed thumb.gif
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im liking that front. Will you be putting some mesh on the sides of the stick out?
Yes, this is the plan smile.gif
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When will you actually start building instead of just making renders? wink.gif

Looking great though!

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Well, I can't start modding until after new years, so this is the reason why I can invest my time into the 3D model and rendering. I have to save my money for now for when I travel with the family back to Australia, and I need to make sure that my family is happy while I continue my study which is 20hours a week. I have too much on my plate at the moment to put saw to metal just now, but 30mins here and there working in Sketchup I do have time for. wink.gif
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Its all just a tease haha.

No doubt he just wants the plans perfect before starting work
Hehe. It is a tease for myself as well Fake biggrin.gif
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I see 25 pages of perfect here ;-)

That is almost more than my entire build log and he hasnt lifted a tool haha.

Im not having a dig, I think the designs are amazing and wish I had those skills myself! We all just want to see something materialize!
Sketchup is a tool tongue.gif Once I have the major design elements down, I can maybe get some work on the smaller panels/bits and pieces while I am working the late shift at work. But as Fake said, I wait it to be perfect in the design. Everything will be precise to the millimeter, so I have minimal guess work when it is time to cut.


I hope my thread isn't making you guys uncomfortable or annoyed. If it is, I am sorry. It is not my intention to lead you guys on. This design is fairly community driven, and I just wanted to share with you my design process, and have fun while doing it.
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I am really enjoying seeing all these designs (and thought processes) developing, if I could use that software, that is exactly what I would be doing too thumb.gif

Your last build was a masterpiece and it was really interesting to see you putting it together and going through all the stages but just because you have a really cool award winning PC now does not mean you should stop dreaming. The more designs the better IMO, if some people don't like them it does not mean they are bad designs, it just shows that you can't please everyone. This is the main problem when trying to design by consensus, you will always find someone who is very forthcoming with their ideas and think there is only one way to do it.
In a sense, they are right, there is only one right way, that is the way you want to build it thumb.gif

Anyone who strongly disagrees with your designs should come up with their own designs and build a PC their own way wink.gif
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Update

Continued work on refining the tube routing. I have moved the 2 tubes from the SLI GPUs to the front side of the angled wall. I wanted to clean up where the 240 radiator is located, and also free up the top of the reservoirs to be able to fill the system with coolant. I also removed a panel which was located above the GPUs to simplify the engineering, and have now created the join and fitting of the motherboard panel. Exploded views can be arranged if you guys are interested. smile.gif





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Well that's pretty awesome looking all round MA !

I have a question for you, do you have something in mind for keeping the cables straight like in the pic ? Are you thinking of an acrylic piece behind them to make sure they are all in line like that or do you have some other plan ? I thought about using some armature wire inside the sleeving to help them keep their shape when I was putting mine together but I was too impatient.

Armature wire is used in modelling and is available from craft shops, they use it for making puppets or small dummies that can be manipulated to stand and pose amongst many other things.
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I don't know how the yellow strips in the front will work but i wanna see it happen.
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