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That last photo looks wicked mate, great work so far man thumb.gif
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Lookin' good! Thanks for the photo; that was fast! If I get the case (I kinda sorta hate to since my current—also my first—is only 14 months old), I'm torn between putting a pair of 120mm fans up front like you did or a 200mm x 25mm BitFenix fan that has been lowered since I plan on putting a third HDD cage in and lowering the front cages so the drives in the third cage and the front two cages are at the same level. That way, some air should make it all the way back to the back cage (the bottom HDD in the third cage wouldn't get any air but that would be a good place to park the SSD).

Are those rubber feet I see on your workbench and, if so, do you plan on putting them on the case instead of the stock plastic feet? I had though of doing the same thing but moving them toward the center a bit so the case would be able to fit on the nightstand where my present computer is.

My personal advice would be to forgo getting the 650D and go with either the 750D or the 800D depending on how much you want to spend and how big of a case you're looking for. Don't get me wrong, the 650D is nice, but there are a lot of things that they added in the 750D that I wish I had. The 750D is slightly taller and would accommodate the P67 chipset in P/P without any problems so the mod wouldn't have been necessary.

IMO it seemed like the giant 200mm fan didn't do anything other than make noise. It didn't seem like it pulled too much air in at all, so I would certainly go for the 2 x 120mm.

They are feet, but they're aluminum feet with rubber pads to stop vibration. I will be using these to replace the stock feet. I got them off of eBay for like $10 shipped. If you search amplifier/receiver feet you will get a bunch of stuff that pops up. Here's a picture of those:



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She is looking good!

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Green awesomeness,man,kudos!!

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That last photo looks wicked mate, great work so far man thumb.gif

Thank you very much! I appreciate the compliments!!

I'll post the update here in a little bit, need to try and actually get some work done! Damn you OCN, hahaha!

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The 650D is almost too big for the space I have now; there is absolutely no way I could fit a 750D or 800D in and it will take a bit of creativity to make room for the 650D. At my age (I'm pushing 65), not to mention that I'm handicapped, weight is a huge issue. I can handle the weight of my present rig but not a whole heck of a lot more. I also need the built-in hotswap bay at the top of the 650D; it would be perfect for 2.5" drives. Ever since Antec discontinued the EASYSATA swap bay, I haven't seen a decent swap bay anywhere for 3.5" or 2.5". Fortunately, I managed to snag a spare EASYSATA while I could. My present case, an Antec Two Hundred v2 has an excellent 2.5" swap bay built into the case. I use the 3.5" EASYSATA I put in my present case daily for backups; the 2.5" gets used far less frequently but having it beats the holy snot out of digging out and setting up an external dock when I do use it.

The reason I like the EASYSATA so much is it has few moving parts. It basically is a simple bay that guides the HDD to a little circuit board that has a connector on one side that plugs into the HDD when the HDD is pushed into bay. The other side has a connector that takes the SATA power data cables from the computer. I managed to snag several spare connector boards but, in the past 14 months I've been using the bay, I've seen no evidence of wear on the connector and so little on the HDD connector, they both will probably last for at least as long as the HDD does. The only moving parts are the swinging door on the bay and the latch that holds the HDD in the bay. There is enough friction on the connectors, the latch is really unnecessary so, if it ever fails, all I would need to do is file down the little nub that holds the drive in and just let gravity and the connector keep the HDD in place. As long as I push in the release button when I insert the HDD instead of forcing the HDD against the locking nub (it's tapered to allow that), it should last forever anyway. The door is pure simplicity so it should also last forever as long as I don't abuse it.

The built in 2.5" swap bay just has the door to wear out or break. If it ever does break, I managed to snag a spare front cover for the case.

All the hot swap bays I've seen use a door that doubles as an ejection lever and I see plenty of complaints about those. The EASYSATA doesn't have that problem. Neither does the built-in swap bay at the top of the 650D, which would be perfect for 2.5" drives.

The only reason I'm tempted by the 650D is I do need more room inside and would like to have more HDD room although with the bigger HDDs that are coming out (6TB is out already although not quite ready for prime time yet) and Seagate is bragging about being able to have 60TB by 2016; we will see about that!), the HDD room is probably a moot issue. I'm using an extended ATX board inside my present case and it is seriously crowded inside. Cooling is adequate but just barely due to the crowding. If I ever need to change out the TIM, I would have to pull everything out. And I mean everything: the rear fan, PSU (actually easier than pulling the top fan), the optical drive, then the MOBO. I can get at only half of my RAM sticks (just barely). The 650D would allow me to rotate my CPU cooler so I can get at the screws that hold down the cooler without yanking the MOBO (the 2011 coolers mount from the top of the MOBO instead of the back). It would also allow me to get at my RAM modules should, God forbid, I ever need to. Even though people complain about the lack of wire management space behind the MOBO on the 650D, it's better than what I have with my present case (custom made PSU cables were essential in my present case).

These are the feet I have on my present case:



They aren't as fancy as yours but I can't see them anyway and they get the job done. I used a different means of mounting them, though. I wanted permanently mounted studs available so I wouldn't have to tear the rig down if I ever wanted to bolt my rig down (I might move into a travel trailer someday and do the snowbird thing). I used some 1/4"-20 black anodized button head bolts that I attached with speednuts to the case then used a nylock nut to secure the feet to the bolts now turned studs. That way, I can remove the feet without tearing down the machine just by removing the nuts and have studs I can use to bolt down the machine already in place.
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Looking great! Good job on the front end with the detailed painting!
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The design you came up with for mounting your SSDs is very nice and has given me some ideas of my own. Great work on the build so far. I'll be going to Lowe's this weekend to get the materials needed for a custom GPU back plate, plexi-glass case window, and a drive mounting solution that is very similar to yours.
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The 650D is almost too big for the space I have now; there is absolutely no way I could fit a 750D or 800D in and it will take a bit of creativity to make room for the 650D. At my age (I'm pushing 65), not to mention that I'm handicapped, weight is a huge issue. I can handle the weight of my present rig but not a whole heck of a lot more. I also need the built-in hotswap bay at the top of the 650D; it would be perfect for 2.5" drives. Ever since Antec discontinued the EASYSATA swap bay, I haven't seen a decent swap bay anywhere for 3.5" or 2.5". Fortunately, I managed to snag a spare EASYSATA while I could. My present case, an Antec Two Hundred v2 has an excellent 2.5" swap bay built into the case. I use the 3.5" EASYSATA I put in my present case daily for backups; the 2.5" gets used far less frequently but having it beats the holy snot out of digging out and setting up an external dock when I do use it.

The reason I like the EASYSATA so much is it has few moving parts. It basically is a simple bay that guides the HDD to a little circuit board that has a connector on one side that plugs into the HDD when the HDD is pushed into bay. The other side has a connector that takes the SATA power data cables from the computer. I managed to snag several spare connector boards but, in the past 14 months I've been using the bay, I've seen no evidence of wear on the connector and so little on the HDD connector, they both will probably last for at least as long as the HDD does. The only moving parts are the swinging door on the bay and the latch that holds the HDD in the bay. There is enough friction on the connectors, the latch is really unnecessary so, if it ever fails, all I would need to do is file down the little nub that holds the drive in and just let gravity and the connector keep the HDD in place. As long as I push in the release button when I insert the HDD instead of forcing the HDD against the locking nub (it's tapered to allow that), it should last forever anyway. The door is pure simplicity so it should also last forever as long as I don't abuse it.

The built in 2.5" swap bay just has the door to wear out or break. If it ever does break, I managed to snag a spare front cover for the case.

All the hot swap bays I've seen use a door that doubles as an ejection lever and I see plenty of complaints about those. The EASYSATA doesn't have that problem. Neither does the built-in swap bay at the top of the 650D, which would be perfect for 2.5" drives.

The only reason I'm tempted by the 650D is I do need more room inside and would like to have more HDD room although with the bigger HDDs that are coming out (6TB is out already although not quite ready for prime time yet) and Seagate is bragging about being able to have 60TB by 2016; we will see about that!), the HDD room is probably a moot issue. I'm using an extended ATX board inside my present case and it is seriously crowded inside. Cooling is adequate but just barely due to the crowding. If I ever need to change out the TIM, I would have to pull everything out. And I mean everything: the rear fan, PSU (actually easier than pulling the top fan), the optical drive, then the MOBO. I can get at only half of my RAM sticks (just barely). The 650D would allow me to rotate my CPU cooler so I can get at the screws that hold down the cooler without yanking the MOBO (the 2011 coolers mount from the top of the MOBO instead of the back). It would also allow me to get at my RAM modules should, God forbid, I ever need to. Even though people complain about the lack of wire management space behind the MOBO on the 650D, it's better than what I have with my present case (custom made PSU cables were essential in my present case).

These are the feet I have on my present case:



They aren't as fancy as yours but I can't see them anyway and they get the job done. I used a different means of mounting them, though. I wanted permanently mounted studs available so I wouldn't have to tear the rig down if I ever wanted to bolt my rig down (I might move into a travel trailer someday and do the snowbird thing). I used some 1/4"-20 black anodized button head bolts that I attached with speednuts to the case then used a nylock nut to secure the feet to the bolts now turned studs. That way, I can remove the feet without tearing down the machine just by removing the nuts and have studs I can use to bolt down the machine already in place.

Oh, okay. Yeah, in that case a 650D might be a good option for you. I was originally thinking of removing the hotswap bay and doing something different there, but I love having that. I do some work on other peoples computers or am building enough computers that it is really convenient to stick a drive in there update firmware or wipe a drive. It sounds like you have tons of parts for your current case, so you might just stick with that since you're good for quite some time if something were to break! But it does sound like things are super tightly fit in there! Are you running a fully modular PSU?

Yeah, I am in need of some hard drive space in my server and really need to set up a couple drives on RAID so everyone can back up to the server nightly and have some redundancy just in case. However, I am trying to hold off on getting a couple drives since the prices of SSD's are tanking I am hoping the 1TB drives will become reasonable in the very near future.

There aren't any holes in the case where I want to place the feet, and I didn't think about it when I had everything stripped out of there to drill the holes, so I am actually thinking about using double sided tape and taping them on, or using some gorilla glue or something like that. I was also thinking about painting the recessed stripe around the feet green to match the rest of the case, haven't decided if I want to do that yet though.
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Looking great! Good job on the front end with the detailed painting!

Thank you! I appreciate the compliment!

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The design you came up with for mounting your SSDs is very nice and has given me some ideas of my own. Great work on the build so far. I'll be going to Lowe's this weekend to get the materials needed for a custom GPU back plate, plexi-glass case window, and a drive mounting solution that is very similar to yours.

Thanks man! I really like the way the SSD mount came out! I still need to do my window and I think I have decided that I need to make a back plate for the second GTX 460. I hate the look of the back of those boards. I'm glad my project provided some inspiration!
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UPDATE:

Sorry got busy yesterday and forgot to update!

Here we go-



I tried putting the hot swap bay back in and it hits the top of the cake pan, so I had to do some quick trimming off the back to make it fit. Doesn't affect the way it works though, so it's all good!



Installed!







I just really liked these pictures!



The next victim! I won't ever use any of these other than the Power, Reset, and the HDD LED cables. Also, I don't want to add cables to manage if they won't ever be used. These all go behind a flip down door so they wont ever be seen either.





So it was time for them to go!



Back together



I put some vinyl over the SATA ports, they were all different colors and had an ugly yellow sticker on them. It really bothered me, this looks much cleaner!



Old picture for reference ^





Front panel back on!





And we are back at the teaser I posted!



Wiring mess needing to be dealt with







And with the SSD's in there and wired up!

I am going to be painting the RAM cooler, mounting the LEDs, and doing some cable management tonight, so I will have an update tomorrow as well!

Let me know what you all think!

Thanks for checking it out!

Matt
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I have kind of a love/hate thing going on with the SSD mount. It looks nice but it's kinda big and righ there in your face at the same time. But otherwise loving the rest!
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Oh, okay. Yeah, in that case a 650D might be a good option for you. I was originally thinking of removing the hotswap bay and doing something different there, but I love having that. I do some work on other peoples computers or am building enough computers that it is really convenient to stick a drive in there update firmware or wipe a drive. It sounds like you have tons of parts for your current case, so you might just stick with that since you're good for quite some time if something were to break! But it does sound like things are super tightly fit in there! Are you running a fully modular PSU?...

Yeah, it's just a wee bit tight in my present case:



This was before I put in my Xonar Essence STX sound card in the slot just above the HBA card in the bottom slot; it's as big as the HBA card. That mess hanging off to the left is the fan hub; I had to remove it to install the HBA card and hadn't put it back yet pending a test run of the HBA card (yeah, I'm lazy). The PSU is semi modular (only the 24 and 8 pin ATX cables are attached).

Here is a shot of the hot swap bays I rattled on about:



And the "messy side":



The big sleeve running vertically is to corral all the front panel cables. The extra lengths are stuffed on top of the ODD where it can't be seen.
     
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Once again,very nice job,it;s coming along beautifully!! thumb.gif I really love the front panel with the painted green mesh,and the top!!Cake pan FTW!!It has to be included in all the major modding sites!! tongue.gif
   
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intel i7-4790K Delid Asus Z97 Gryphon Sapphire Vapor-X OC R9 290 4GB  
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB 1600MHz @ 1866MHz Western Digital 2TB Red  Samsung 840 PRO SSD 256GB Samsung 840 PRO SSD 128GB 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Corsair H75 Hydro series Push/Pull Corsair Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition High Sta... Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition High Air... Windows 10 Pro 64bit 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Samsung Syncmaster P2470HD TV monitor Dell U2713HM Magicforce 68 Gateron Reds Coolermaster V850 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Obsidian 350D window Logitech G502 Proteus Core Corsair Vengeance MM200 Extended Edition Gaming... Creative Gigaworks T40 SeriesII 
AudioAudioOtherOther
FiiO Olympus 2 E10K Beyerdynamic DT 990 NZXT Sentry Mix 2 Fan Controller BitFenix Alchemy extension cables blue 
OtherOther
TP-LINK TL-WDN3800 Sharkoon 5.25" Bay Extension 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
Intel Atom Quad Core Z3740 (1.33-1.86GHz) Intel HD Graphics(Ivy Bridge) 2 GB DDR3  32 GB eMMC  
Hard DriveHard DriveOSMonitor
OCZ Vertex 4 128gb Kingston 16Gb Micro SD Windows 10 Home 32-bit 10.1" IPS (1368 x 768) 
CaseMouse
iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case - Blue Logitech M560 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-4670 ASRock z97m Pro4 msi Gaming 280X  Kingston HyperX Savage 2x4gb @1600 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Kingston ValueRam 2x4gb @1600 Mushkin Triactor 120gb SSD HGST Travelstar 7k1000 1Tb Cryorig C7 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Corsair SP120 Purple LED X4 Windows 10 Pro  Samsung UE46D6500 46" 3D LED smart TV Anne Pro-Gateron Blues 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Corsair HX620W Corsair Carbide Air 240 White edition Connect IT Ci-156 Sony DAV-DZ860W Home Theater 
Other
BitFenix Alchemy 2.0 60cm RGB Magnetic LEDs 
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