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+ Rep on the Effort for Cables. Thats Good stuff man!!

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post #32 of 39
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

Superb work on the cables, and you did them yourself, not paying someone else to do them for you.wink.gif
It looks great with the pastel white coolant, makes the "fish" stand out well on the gpu block.tongue.gif
The barb fittings are a nice change from the compression fittings so commonly used with soft tubing these days.
Great job on the build log, and all the photography, keeping us up to date.
Rep+thumb.gif

Would never pay someone else to do that wink.gif
Each and every wire has to be measured correctly, if not, it will not fit tongue.gif

I agree it looks very nice with the pastel white.
fish? biggrin.gif

I was what i had left from my other build smile.gif
Contemplating switching to hard tubing and compression fittings some time this fall tho ^^
Thank you biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by TheCautiousOne View Post

+ Rep on the Effort for Cables. Thats Good stuff man!!

The Cautious ONe
Thank you, it really means a lot biggrin.gif



Finishing Sleeving

Yesterday i worked long and hard to be finshed with the build, but ran into some unexpected problems at the end, so i will try to finsh it today :nod:

I am sleeving heatshrinkless, on one of the sides.
Inside the psu i am heatshrinking both to shield the solderin points and to fasten the sleeving.

I followed the planned layout for the sleeving on all the cables except some small changes on the EPS.

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I didnt take too many photos of the process as it is pretty much the same thing over and over again wink.gif

-Measure up some sleeving, accounting for the stretch.
-Getting a small piece of heatshrink to shield the plastic so it doesent tear when it melts.
-Melting the tip of the sleeving so it fastens to the crimp
-remove the heatshrink and cuting a longer piece for the PSU end.
-Stretch the sleeve as much as i can, then fastening it inside the PSU with heatshrink.

Since i already had measured up the lenghts, (did not account well enough for the extra thickness of the sleeving tho, more on that later)
it didnt take more than ~3-4 hours to sleeve the entire PSU.

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Finished sleeving the EPS. I put a cable comb on it once i was finished with it so it could train even while i was working on the other cables.

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The second cable i finished was the 24 pin.
When i made the cables i used a mixture of MDPCX crimps, and some other i bought.
The MDPC crimping tool is adjusted to match the mdpc crimps, so most of the other crimps broke one of the wings when i crimped them...
I changed these, and replaced them wih mdpcx ones as i was going.
A weird thing that happened with the bleedig of the black cables through the red sleeving is that it became ALOT more like the ROG red.
A nice coincidence ^^

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Here are both of the cables inside the system.
Its an extremely tight fit. Contemplating changing the tube that goes from the drain valve to the CPU out with a longer one.

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Other than that i was thrilled with the results at this point biggrin.gif

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This problem was one that i expected.
I will be making the cutout bigger today to accomodate for the extra width.

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I heatshrinked the cables well inside the PSU so the heatshrink cant be seen from the outside.

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At this point all of the cables are completely sleeved.
The stretch was good on all of them but three.
I will be stretching these better when i expand the hole in the PSU.

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A little bit messy.

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There are about as many cables outside the PSU as there are on the inside thinking.gif

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Computer up and running!
I didnt take any pictures of this, but before this i checked if all the cables where in the correct spot, with the correct volatges etc.
On the GPU cables i just used a multimeter, but on the EPS and 24 pin i have a PSU tester that i used.
The 12V and the sense cable on the 8 pin GPU cable were switched around, so fixed that, then powered it up!

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Here you can see one of the problems i will see if i can fix later today.
The GPU cables are a little too short/messy.
By cleaning up the mess and sorting them i hope to gain a little more lenght so they dont go at an angle over the block smile.gif

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You cant see it very well in this picture, but over 50% of the cables are sticking out of the power supply XD

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Will take better pictures once the build is complete of course wink.gif

The problem i was talking about earlier is that i cant find the dremel...
A hacksaw isnt the apropriate tool to expand the power supply cutout.
Therefore i had to wait until today and go get my own dremel tongue.gif

Crossing my fingers to get done with all the finishing touches of the build today! biggrin.gif

Then comes the final pictures wink.gif
Edited by Sindre2104 - 3/24/15 at 2:38am
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"Last" Update

It is finished!
The computer is now safe and sound at home, waiting to be used biggrin.gif

The only thing remaining now is to find a proper camera and get some nice final pictures smile.gif

Here are the last small touches i did before i declared it finished:


Made the cutout in the PSU alot bigger.
Its like 2x the original size now, and still barely fits the cables XD


The finished PSU



Some pictures before cleaning smile.gif




Had to do some pictures in the dark, even tho i knew they werent going to be good with the phone camera wink.gif


Bringing it, and all of my equipement home blushsmiley.gif


Setting up the new Spot for it biggrin.gif





Some more pictures of my new setup biggrin.gif
Btw, got a healthy overclock of 4.5 Ghz with 50C load temps, as a nice start. Will see if i can push it further soon wink.gif


Last picture before the final pictures ^^

Its been a fun trip, thank you for joining me on it! biggrin.gif
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You did a great job!
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You did a great job!

Thank you biggrin.gif

Final Pictures (found the charger)

I switched between macro and a normal lense, and just snapped pictures of whatever caught my eye smile.gif
Enjoy!



















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The contrasting black and white case parts work well together.
It really pops with the lighting and the white coolant inside.
Beautiful job.thumb.gif
    
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Amazing. I wished I'd caught this build log sooner but I'm glad I check this out. This is some nice work. I am normally not a fan of flex tubing but I'm a fan of this! I love the color selection and application. The tubing looks very nice for flex tubing and not like many builds where it's all over the place. I really think you did an excellent job of making this stand out and look very legit! Congratulation on a job well done and +1 Rep for the outstanding cable work with the PSU!

-Joe
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post #38 of 39
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

The contrasting black and white case parts work well together.
It really pops with the lighting and the white coolant inside.
Beautiful job.thumb.gif

Thank you! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by AngryMarine View Post

Amazing. I wished I'd caught this build log sooner but I'm glad I check this out. This is some nice work. I am normally not a fan of flex tubing but I'm a fan of this! I love the color selection and application. The tubing looks very nice for flex tubing and not like many builds where it's all over the place. I really think you did an excellent job of making this stand out and look very legit! Congratulation on a job well done and +1 Rep for the outstanding cable work with the PSU!

-Joe

Yeah, this flex tubing is something different smile.gif
I used some cheapo stuff in my other build that kinked and got discolored very fast.
This is a bit harder to work with, but doesent kink at all and looks almost like glass biggrin.gif

Thank you, i must say that the PSU was probably the hardest part of the build biggrin.gif


I have caught the builders sickness tho tongue.gif
Already i want to tear it apart and change some stuff to make it even better! biggrin.gif
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Wow, that looks amazing! I like the psu wires, very neat!
And cramming that D5 in there..and that really short bend..(shivers)

Next to do: acrylic tubing? wink.gif
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