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I can't wait to see that UV wire in action!

I will post some good UV Pics as soon as I get all the wires ran! biggrin.gif

More Progress, I have the MOBO, CPU, and GPU power wires made and ran. Now I have to do the Sata power connectors the Wire blocks and mount and wire the secondary PSU! biggrin.gif





post #132 of 318
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haha i love how this start off with the name simple desk build. do you even know what that word means? frikken loving this build.

Yea lol. After this ended up being a bigger build I decided not to change the name lol. It seems ironic and funny lol. Figured the sarcastic name fits the builds oddness lol
post #133 of 318
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The main PSU came today and I finished the wiring on the secondary PSU last night....




post #134 of 318
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Still no CPU, I hope it comes tomorrow! rolleyes.gif
post #135 of 318
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In light of the CPU not being here yet I decided to go ahead and install the AC wire distribution for the two PSUs and start the wiring of the main PSU. I was careful to include two Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitors and a RMI Filter on the ground and the main PSU lines.

One high gauge plug will power both PSUs and it will plug in underneath the desk, not in the best spot but it was the easier to install there instead of drilling more holes threw the wood frame braces to run the wire.










post #136 of 318
are those coverings good for heat?
post #137 of 318
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are those coverings good for heat?

What covers? Are you talking about the Heatshrink? Because the items I put heatshrink over do not produce heat......
post #138 of 318
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What covers? Are you talking about the Heatshrink? Because the items I put heatshrink over do not produce heat......

I am not super familiar with the internals of PSU's. I was just curious. Looking great. Have you got your CPU yet?
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I am not super familiar with the internals of PSU's. I was just curious. Looking great. Have you got your CPU yet?

It's all good. Yea those are the metal capacitors and filters. The capacitor can get hot but only if somthing is seriously wrong. The main thing to keep flammable items away from on a PSU is the VRMs "Voltage regulation modules" and the Iron transformers but everything else is ok to block or cover.
post #140 of 318
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No CPU today frown.gif I guess I will get it next week. I'm going to finish everything else this weekend...
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