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post #21 of 38
KITTIES!!! biggrin.gif

That is a really tight fight, but looks like it should come together nicely biggrin.gif

Also, what power supply is that?
post #22 of 38
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KITTIES!!! biggrin.gif

That is a really tight fight, but looks like it should come together nicely biggrin.gif

Also, what power supply is that?

Indeed, space is greatly reduced. biggrin.gif

My cats always amuse me after hours of casemod... tongue.gif

This power supply is this: http://br.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001830
post #23 of 38
Oh, forgot you modded the powersupply, that's why it's so small doh.gif
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Oh, forgot you modded the powersupply, that's why it's so small doh.gif

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No problem man thumb.gif
post #25 of 38
So is the power supply running fanless?
post #26 of 38
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So is the power supply running fanless?

She has a fan, but I have not installed it yet because I will sleevar cables from the source, then it will be installed towards the end of the project thumb.gif

And to celebrate Christmas Eve, I made a "goodies for myself"...







Merry christmas to all!

post #27 of 38
What sleeving are you using for the PSU?

My first build was a military build and I found MDPC commando green to work exceptionally well.
post #28 of 38
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What sleeving are you using for the PSU?

My first build was a military build and I found MDPC commando green to work exceptionally well.

I'll use paracord with desert style, but the sleeves have not arrived yet, so I guess I'll have to try another alternative... mad.gif

Thanks for the tips thumb.gif

Sorry for the delay, but with the holidays of Christmas and New Year, I ended up leaving to post the news that there are:

I cut the acrylic for the installation of the GTX 780:

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And my cat Willie supervising the work:

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And to start the job... engraving all the cuts made for the installation of the GTX 780:

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I hope you enjoyed, I count on everyone's opinions!
post #29 of 38
Looks great!
post #30 of 38
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Looks great!

Thanks man thumb.gifbiggrin.gif

And more news ... now will be much more frequent.

The case with Dogtags:







Making a preliminary assembly of the psu to test (is not the end, I'm just waiting for the sleeves reach so do not crucify me... these wires will be sleeved... can rest easy):







With a slim fan provisional:



And on the front panel, to help the flow to the radiator fan, I installed a sheet of 5mm acrylic and also some parts carbon steel 6mm thick:









But this does not help much "higher" on the front panel to assist in ventilation, so I will make a further amendment which will be the next update!

I count on everyone's opinion!

Thanks to all who follow!
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