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I wasnt trying to put you off doing it, only help you consider points that my not have popped up until it was too late or more difficult to change the design. The main point of doing a build is enjoying the process anyway, so im sure you will go through many iterations and changes even after you have started building it. Those are the fun and challenging parts (even though they dont seem it at the time)
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I wasnt trying to put you off doing it, only help you consider points that my not have popped up until it was too late or more difficult to change the design. The main point of doing a build is enjoying the process anyway, so im sure you will go through many iterations and changes even after you have started building it. Those are the fun and challenging parts (even though they dont seem it at the time)
No it wasn't what you said, in fact all of the suggestions really showed me that for my first mod, my first water cooling loop, and only my second build, maybe I should keep it a bit more simple.
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I might revive this thread with different idea's and ask questions about stuff as they come to me.

If I wanted to do something similar to the parvum cases with their cube looking things, how could I do that?

For reference, this is a video of the assembly.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSRFLw2nCW0
post #34 of 38
how? , u need those little aluminium cube fasteners , that holds everything together
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how? , u need those little aluminium cube fasteners , that holds everything together
parvum actually sells those, so I found a US retailer (performance pcs) so I'll buy those for like 12 bucks.
post #36 of 38
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I modeled the motherboard cutout for the back in sketchup, I'll upload that tonight and work on the front panel to decide what design I'll be doing
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6month Bump rolling through..Any updates?biggrin.gif
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Has it been that long? Wow.

Well I started another project, you can check out the current status of it right here:


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