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OK, got some work done this weekend. A few things I'm less than enthused with, but nothing I can't do/redo/double-redo.

To the good stuff!

First, my mediocre painting yielded a couple of supports that now blend into rather than stand out from the case they're installed in.

Shown to compare to the color of the case


Shown installed



The brackets sat a little cockeyed when reinstalled, so I'm going to need to take some time to figure out if I want to redo them or be happy with it since they're invisible when the shroud is installed.

Speaking of which, I really need to break down and just buy a bending brake. I'm about 50/50 on getting that bulge in the middle when using a heatgun, and I think a bending brake would keep pressure on where needed to avoid that. If I hate it I suppose I could always reheat the middle and compress it a touch, but for now I'm contented.

Loading...


Ready...


Run!


Damn, yeah, you can kind of see through it in both pics. May need to remake this with a thicker piece of acrylic or just paint a masking layer on the back to disguise it. Maybe a vinyl sticker or something... I dunno, I'll burn that bridge when the rest of the build is plugged in. If I do go back and redo it, I am definitely going to make it from a taller piece of acrylic this next time.


Speaking of plugging the rest in, I got asked a couple times by a friend over on Facebook how I was going to mount the reservoir. Let's walk through that one now...

A piece of acrylic with some holes in it...


Yup, those are definitely holes.


One ghetto template later...


Well look at that, my insane idea works so far. How well it holds up in practice, well... that remains to be seen.


A closer shot at a crappier angle


Taken from afar; starting to look like that 3D mockup, now.


From the front of the panel. I used XSPC G 1/4 fitting extenders which were 0.7mm longer than the acrylic material I'm using. I need to be careful drilling out the LED hole a bit, but on the final build I'm going to brace the anchor pieces with rubber washers to level the reservoir as well as spread the load over a little more of the material.


Ack! Looks like I'll need to remove that little lip on this hole to make the reservoir sit tight. Oh well, next time, now to go make dinner and prepare for Easter Sunday.


No updates for a couple weeks probably, unless some time strikes during the week. I might get a little cleanup work done next weekend, but there's a lot of beer and board games waiting for me an hour away that Saturday, so I'll go do that instead.

Until next time!
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This is looking great
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post #13 of 53
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Micro update!

I might end up doing some work tomorrow morning after all. Was mulling over how to mount the pump top and I think I found a way to "win it all" as it were - we shall see.

But for now, with the combined forces of Amazon, PPC, FedEx and UPS my porch turned into a little cardboard cabaret. When I checked on all the ruckus, I found these buggers!




Holy mother of fans, Batman! 16 Corsair SP120 PWM High Performance fans. Couldn't beat the twin packs, they're situated here two deep and four abreast. Hanging out to their right are a quartet of rattle cans with a heck of a mission ahead of them. Even further right, that's a panel of 1/4" acrylic - I am not happy with my current shroud and I'm going to try a round two, this time with a clamped bracket across the whole length of the bend to hopefully keep it from arching.



A couple of Bitspower Bulkhead/Passthrough fittings, a handful of XSPC Chrome plugs and a couple of 5mm male/male extenders/couplers. I already had the EK 90 degree fittings from a previous build that I didn't end up using, but they've got a good home waiting in this one. Love how low profile they are.



I've got this guy's identical twin brother hanging out in my current build. But I intend to be a cruel man and chain them together in series...



... with this! I'm on a little bit of an EK kick lately, but I'm loving their designs. Hopefully I can share with you how I intend to mount this badboy tomorrow, but time will tell.

I'll be around. Same Bat Time, same Bat Station.
post #14 of 53
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So, it wasn't Saturday, but I got home early Sunday and decided to give a go at mounting the pump top.

I was excited to try it out and didn't really get a ton of pictures during the process, so I'll use EK's own images and describe my "solution"

EK has a love of M4 thread, up to and including how they have the anti-vibration "feet" mounted on their Dual Top v2 Pump Top.

Except, these M4 screw holes aren't used to secure the pumps to the top...



They're used to secure the assembly to the 5 1/4" bay mount, which I've no intention of using.



I think you can already see where this is going.



Yup, it works. Thank heavens.















I put the reservoir back on after drilling out the LED hole a little more. I need to swap in a different LED (possibly one I can swap colors on, just on principle), but that's for a later date.

You might also see that I, err, messed up one of the holes because I thought "Oh that looks fine!" and measured once when I should have measured twice. No big deal, it's still secured by way more than enough support to hold it, all the liquid in it and frankly a lot more to that acrylic panel. Plus nobody can see it!

The bummer though is that, as close as I was in calculation, the space left behind the PSU brackets is too small to put the pump top in. Looks like I'm going to take a hacksaw to the "pokey leaning crappy" part of the mounts later when I redo the PSU shroud. Probably next weekend.

Ooh, but another update.

I bought all those fans, but I picked up a twin pack earlier in the week to test out how they sound, how easy they are to dismantle, how easy they are to paint, etc.




Not bad, need a better covering rattle can (the stuff I bought second time around should do the trick) before I do this... you know, sixteen or seventeen more times.

I'm debating coloring the rings, but I can't decide between black or my themed color for a ring... I'll probably do both and try them out, to see how it goes and compare two completed fans side by side.

For now though, there's a week ahead with mystery, mayhem and marketing web meetings.

Ugh. Hopefully next weekend sees the redesigned PSU shroud - until then, take 'er easy and make 'er modded.
post #15 of 53
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So, a small mid-week update as 3/4 of a dozen fan frames dangle wafting paint fumes in my garage.

I'm making a few revisions to how I want to have my setup arranged, I may have to have the pump top "out" be above the in, but I'm counting on the miracle of gravity to fill enough of the top that I can keep it from running bone dry.

However, I did take a fun little pic (if you're a member of MA on Facebook you might have seen this already) along with a couple of others during the teardown of half my current fan stock.



First up we've got the fans unboxed with their rings not attached hanging out behind them; still just this many hanging out in boxes.



And this was just a fun shot I took after spending what felt like a minor eternity prepping and sealing up my fan frames to paint.

This weekend my fiance is out of town, so time is something I've got on my side to get a lot done. Updates will be a little hit or miss in the coming weeks between business trips and helping out a friend with his equally, perhaps even more ambitious mod project.

Stay tuned!
post #16 of 53
That painted fan you did looks amazing, the white, grey and red is incredible
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post #17 of 53
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Originally Posted by Jameswalt1 View Post

That painted fan you did looks amazing, the white, grey and red is incredible

Thanks smile.gif I'm actually leaning a little towards an Orange accent color (mayhem pastel orange) for the build rather than red (one wire in each sleeved cable, fan rings, liquid, etc) but having seen your Titanfall build I feel like I've got to strike out in a different direction. We're already seen it can be done and look awesome, so now I've got try my own thing.

Current thoughts are on a deep yellow (mayhem sunset yellow), dark red (mayhem blood red) or a deep green (mayhem green, possibly with a slight dye change) color - I'll see if I veer from the orange or go another way.
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OK, another of those "mini updates".

I'm ordering my parts in two phases. The first is to use my existing build and move it over to the new chassis, prove the function of the case and check for any issues prior to migrating in new hardware.

The last order of fittings should be in, tubing has arrived, a replacement EK Link is in, half my fans are painted, I'm bending a PSU shroud replacement this weekend and revising my brackets - progress is coming along nicely on the frame.

But! I've got a boatload of new hardware to shove in this year. Given the release schedules, I am probably going to opt for another pair of reference R9 290X (likely Powercolor PCS) and just doubling my setup. This will probably be done on an X99 chipset because I'd like to make the bump up in benching power. That means new board, RAM, CPU a new power supply - exciting!

To theme it and make it happen, I'm still picking my colors. I put together a crappy little render to compare colors that was a little telling:



I'm leaning a little towards red or yellow now as my accent color having seen this, but nothing is set in stone yet. The fittings are white, but the fan rings remain unpainted and the tubing is clear so the fluid and the rings will still dictate my accent color when I order my wires. Yeah, I'm probably not doing my own sleeving, just buying up some extensions because lazy. I might still end up doing my own, but time will tell if my ambition overcomes my apathy.

Back to the exciting stuff!

I got a replacement EK link to run parallel when I move my current build over. All of the EK plexi is gonna get polished, so I started on the link that showed up last night.

Busted out the 1500 and 2000 sandpaper and a little turtle wax polishing compound.

We begin with the block; clearly this is too translucent!


First hit with 1500. I forgot to take a shot after smacking it with the 2000 grit, but it looked pretty much the same.


Aaaand we're done. It wasn't really showing through as finely as I'd like, so I took another shot with the flash to show how transparent it really is.


Hard to tell even in this shot, but I've got a few swirls too. I'm gonna smack it again with polishing compound and a finer fiber polishing pad to try and avoid the light swirling I got with too thick a polishing fiber.


More to come this weekend and beyond!
post #19 of 53
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Whew! Big update, though visually it might not look like a ton.

First off, all the fans are painted, clearcoat lightly sanded and everythings put back together. I had a few little nicks and bumps in the paint during reassembly since I can't bake these really, but I may just do a light touch up by hand before I put them in. You really can't see it easily, though. Here they are in various stages of undress.

Fresh from drying and a light sanding


Uncorked and wires back in.


Small change; the little rubber bits are in here. Getting those things back in is a nightmarishly annoying process and caused no shortage of little chips in my paint and clearcoat.


There we go, that looks better. Added a single drop of sewing machine oil to the assembly since they had sat open for a week.


Stacked and awaiting me to put them through their paces in testing. I wanna stress test them for a good half hour or more at full speed to be sure I don't have any seized bearings, but the other one I put back together passed that test with flying colors so we should be in good shape.


Ah, but onto the rest of it.

So, my 1/4" acrylic would not fit between the pump top and the brackets I made for the PSU. But since the legs on the brackets were kind of... well, floating anyway, I grabbed a hacksaw and lopped them off. After that I tossed in a little power supply spacer I roughly (ashamed to show it) made to keep the mount level.

Next stop, new shroud!

I absolutely hate bending 1/4" acrylic with a heatgun, it takes an eternity and my arm is still mad at me for how long I had to wave that stupid heatgun back and forth.

Yay, no bowing this time!


Yup, pretty clean. The ends are a liiiitle funky with how thick the material was versus the extremely tight radius of the bend, but it's a small imperfection I am comfortable leaving intact.


Now, how does she look installed... not half bad!


No longer a see-through nightmare.

Next order of business was getting liquid into the pump top. I coupled up some bits and pieces, marked off for a Bitspower bulkhead/fillport fitting and got out the trusty stepped hole bit. A little grunting later and she fits!

Also pictured, my righteous hitchhiker's thumb.


Then a little more creative swearing and some very annoying drilling into steel later...



Wow, not a lot left to go. My package with my rigid acrylic fittings from Monsoon is on the way (Free Center 5/8" in White - love the look), along with the adhesive and some extra lock collars. I'm gonna get the next eight or nine fans done up this week, then it's off to the races in the next couple of weeks to do my last fit of pieces, dismantle the old build and move the new one into place.

Once that's all done there will be a hiatus in the build log until new parts come in, but for the time being... progress and a well earned glass of scotch.
post #20 of 53
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Mini midweek update.

Fittings arrived late Monday, put them up for a quick snapshot sequence on my bannister.

ZOMG! BOXES!


Uncomfortably close, but gorgeous finish work on these Monsoons.


Flanked by 90 degree fittings, including a couple T-types.



I'm itching to get more done, but having a tough time kicking my butt into gear on these next 8 fans - work has been a nightmare this week and I'm out of town on business all next week. Gonna come down to it to get this done in the next couple weeks, hoping to be able to but this might run a little long.
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