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It's plexi.

Are there any pictures from Someone that have etched/engraved in their p5 window? I havent found any.
post #1092 of 3192
I've been spending some time today putting in the panel mounts, and putting the fittings in the back ready for pipe, ordered my other fittings today also, the panel mounts where a hard thing to do especially the rad ones as there's no room for drill slide and bad measurements. They had to be smack on the mark. I used 16mm to 22mm extendable to connect to the panel mounts, Also with the cooling pipes in the back u can still use one HD mount back there. Any way here's some pics.













Edited by MuddyPaws - 6/18/16 at 4:16pm
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post #1093 of 3192
https://www.trentplastics.co.uk/mirrored-sheeting/acrylic-mirror-coloured

coloured acrylic mirrors nice touch for pc modding
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custom loop windows 10 pro x64 AOC 29" ultra wide Razer black widow tourniment 
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Waiting on XSPC 1080 waterblock to finish.
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Little mid weekend update . . . .

Managed to make it to the welding shop this week and had the aluminum perimeter frame and inner LED strip carrier tigged up.

Also got the modded, 8 slot to 6 slot, card rack welded up . . . . just fits nicely with the outer plexi installed.

Got the 1/2" thick plexi panel drilled and tapped so all the components mount on it . . . moved the PSU back about 3/4" which gave the cabling more room.

Got the support bracket for the dual 35X pumps installed.

Painting the rad mounting brackets red to pick up on the red accent of the mobo turned out nice, carries a little accent to the 1st and 2nd quadrant, so I think I'll do the PSU mounting bracket red also, so that Q3 isn't conspicuously absent any red accenting.

Tomorrow I'll work on the res brackets and make some cable access holes in the main acrylic panel.

It's finally starting to look like something recognizable . . . biggrin.gif


Darlene











Took me longer than expected to redo the res assembly and add a bracket so that it can fasten directly to the main acrylic front panel, but I trimmed down the brackets a tad to be more minimal and put a piece of acrylic to carry them, with the weight being carried by the big aluminum pump mount bracket.

The screws just hold it back flush against the front panel and lock it in position.

The pumps and res assembly can be removed or serviced as a removable module.

An extra long GPU fits sort of between the res's and below the upper bracket if I need a full 12".




Edited by IT Diva - 6/19/16 at 2:45pm
post #1096 of 3192
Any other ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA Motherboard users? I keep locking up on about every 3rd boot attempt, showing error code 62 or 96. I am thinking it might have to do with the PCIe Riser Cable, as the problem goes away if I run my monitor off of the integrated graphics. Anyone know of any quick fixes? Thanks.
    
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post #1097 of 3192
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Any other ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA Motherboard users? I keep locking up on about every 3rd boot attempt, showing error code 62 or 96. I am thinking it might have to do with the PCIe Riser Cable, as the problem goes away if I run my monitor off of the integrated graphics. Anyone know of any quick fixes? Thanks.

I have the same mobo but no issues like that. Try wrapping your PCI-E riser cable in aluminum tape or tin foil and see if it will shield it them boot correctly.
    
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post #1098 of 3192
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I have the same mobo but no issues like that. Try wrapping your PCI-E riser cable in aluminum tape or tin foil and see if it will shield it them boot correctly.

I will give that a shot. Just got done installing that motherboard and a new EVGA GTX 1080 SuperClocked, and am having a heck of a time booting when the card it plugged in. Hopefully some extra shielding will do the trick. Thanks.
    
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CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Liquid Hardline Loop w/ 480 Radiator Windows 10 x64 Pro Dell 3011U (Mid) Dell 2007FP (Right) 
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I will give that a shot. Just got done installing that motherboard and a new EVGA GTX 1080 SuperClocked, and am having a heck of a time booting when the card it plugged in. Hopefully some extra shielding will do the trick. Thanks.

Let me know how it goes. My ASUS Strix 1080 should be here this week, pretty excited. Unfortunately, the EK block is not available yet for it though.

What's everyone's thoughts on testing the card on air in my other computer before installing the block, just to make sure everything is normal. Is this normal practice for everyone?
    
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CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
EK-FC1080 GTX Strix - Nickel Windows 10 64-Bit LG 34UM68-P 34" 21:9 UltraWide Full HD IPS LED WASD Custom Mechanical w/ Cherry MX Blues 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
CoolerMaster V1200 Platinum Thermaltake View 27 Logitech G602 Logitech G440 
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Samsung 850 Evo SSD 250GB (OS) WD Cavier Black 1TB (Data) WD Velociraptor 150GB (Flight Sim) EK-Supremacy EVO CPU Water Block - Nickel 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
EK-FC1080 GTX Strix - Nickel Windows 10 64-Bit LG 34UM68-P 34" 21:9 UltraWide Full HD IPS LED WASD Custom Mechanical w/ Cherry MX Blues 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
CoolerMaster V1200 Platinum Thermaltake View 27 Logitech G602 Logitech G440 
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post #1100 of 3192
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Let me know how it goes. My ASUS Strix 1080 should be here this week, pretty excited. Unfortunately, the EK block is not available yet for it though.

What's everyone's thoughts on testing the card on air in my other computer before installing the block, just to make sure everything is normal. Is this normal practice for everyone?

It's one of those things you always should do, but many of us don't have the patience to do! If I get the GPU and block at the same time, it is so tempting to just throw the block on there. Really good idea to test it first though.
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