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I can't get that picture out of my head: A man in a suit going to a lan party with that rig inside that case! Subbed wink.gif
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Stunning plan, hope it goes well, subbed!

Cheers! Here's to hoping that the final result actually comes out like the concept images.
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I can't get that picture out of my head: A man in a suit going to a lan party with that rig inside that case! Subbed wink.gif

See now this simply has to be done, this will indeed become a thing.

So I figured I'd let you guys in for an update. I sent off a number of parts to be gold plated the other day, I had word last night that they're finished and on their way back to me now. Really quite looking forward to seeing how they've turned out. Until then though, here are some more progress pics.













Decided to slot in the reservoir and pump to show how things fit. The card is just an old 590 I had lying around, it's a fair bit bigger than the card that will actually go there, plus the ports are in different locations.



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Cheers! Here's to hoping that the final result actually comes out like the concept images.
See now this simply has to be done, this will indeed become a thing.

So I figured I'd let you guys in for an update. I sent off a number of parts to be gold plated the other day, I had word last night that they're finished and on their way back to me now. Really quite looking forward to seeing how they've turned out. Until then though, here are some more progress pics.













Decided to slot in the reservoir and pump to show how things fit. The card is just an old 590 I had lying around, it's a fair bit bigger than the card that will actually go there, plus the ports are in different locations.




Hey,

I saw your image on http://blenderartists.org/. I was wondering wich rubber ring you did use to seal the plexi and how you implemented it?
I really love your concept

Ps I'd really appreciate if you could send me the design (in Inventor or blender) smile.gif

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Corsair RM series? frown.gif

Otherwise, looks awesome! smile.gif
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The Corsair RM is still a fine PSU, and if bought at the right price absolutely justifiable, it is the general concensus that other brands offer better value for money.
    
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Hey,

I saw your image on http://blenderartists.org/. I was wondering wich rubber ring you did use to seal the plexi and how you implemented it?
I really love your concept

Ps I'd really appreciate if you could send me the design (in Inventor or blender) smile.gif

Bart

Hi there, the o-rings I've made from scratch out from o-ring cord. It's actually surprisingly simple stuff to work with, basically just cut to the right length and carefully glue together. It's imperative that you get a smooth join though, which took some practice, a fresh xacto blade should do most of the work here. As for the model, yeah sure I can send you a copy, assuming you mean the frame itself? (The rest is very heavily instanced and didn't like it when I packed it up last time.)

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Corsair RM series? frown.gif

Otherwise, looks awesome! smile.gif

Got a great price on the unit actually, given it's a fully modular, gold rated and quiet optimised PSU, I'm quite happy. I've read about the issues some units seem to have (and they're pretty bad) but this one was fine, ran through a number of tests to see if all was good, no hiccups. Another thing that's really good is that it has a very direct pin layout, which should help keep things neat on the cable front, personally I think it's also a great looking power supply. I could potentially have gone with another one by Seasonic, XFX etc. but I then would have had to mod it a fair bit to get the right look. Normally I wouldn't have an issue doing that, but this rig is destined for a friend, so preserving a few warranties would help a little.
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Hi there, the o-rings I've made from scratch out from o-ring cord. It's actually surprisingly simple stuff to work with, basically just cut to the right length and carefully glue together. It's imperative that you get a smooth join though, which took some practice, a fresh xacto blade should do most of the work here. As for the model, yeah sure I can send you a copy, assuming you mean the frame itself? (The rest is very heavily instanced and didn't like it when I packed it up last time.)

Ok thnx, yeah I mean the frame.

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So here are the pictures of the care package from EK! biggrin.gif

Inside are almost all the bits I'll be needing to get the watercooling up and running:

A supremacy gold CPU block
An FC R9-290X Nickel/Acetal full cover block
Loadsa fittings!
A few meters of their acrylic tube


























I'll be applying some special treatment to the 290X block to make more inline with the colour scheme of the build. Again a big shout out to EK for providing all this gear, I really appreciate it!
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Cor it's a fair bit quieter over in this section than the other one eh? Regardless, here's another update on things:



Quite a beefy tapping wrench for quite a beefy tap, good to finally have one of these, should really really useful.


Look ma! No hands! Confirmation that I did indeed get the right things, this means I can progress with the main construction pretty smoothly.



O-ring cord, very useful for custom sized gaskets.


16 AWG Black wire, have white as well but didn't bother photoing it. Should make cable management a blissful experience.


100m of MDPC-X sleeving, won't need anything like that, but 100m was pretty reasonably priced and black is a useful colour to have in the cupboard.


30m of Vanilla Sands MDPC-X, should suit the theme nicely. I like also how it's not a lurid colour, the black should help it to stand out well.




Always nice to receive the little samples with the packages from Nils


Ooh what's this then?


Very solid feeling crimping tool, like the black look too.




Again I won't really need this many, but it doesn't hurt to have spares for the future.


Bitspower D-Plug fitting, this will allow me to add the GPU to the loop nice and easily.


Spacers and stop plugs
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Those renders eek.gifeek.gifeek.gif
May I ask what did you use to create them? Subbed for sure, thanks for the great share!
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