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Looks stunning, and it's so small for what it fits!
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looks great thumb.gif

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Awesome work, man!

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Wow, beautifull thumb.gif

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Looks stunning, and it's so small for what it fits!

Thanks guys thumb.gif She may be small but she's heavy she weighs ~30 lbs or 13.6kg

I have been playing around with the overclocks on the 5930k, looking like an average chip 4.5 on 1.3v maybe I will fiddle with it a bit more.
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Here's a quick video I made a while back of when I first started the build. Showing me inverting the motherboard tray.
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post #64 of 82
That's quite ingenious, but why would you ever want to do that? It seems to me that the configuration you're currently using is objectively better in terms of component compatibility. If the tray way flipped like it is in the beginning of the video, you can't mount a top radiator at all and angled SATA sockets on the board would interfere with the front radiator.
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awesome, nice!
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That's quite ingenious, but why would you ever want to do that? It seems to me that the configuration you're currently using is objectively better in terms of component compatibility. If the tray way flipped like it is in the beginning of the video, you can't mount a top radiator at all and angled SATA sockets on the board would interfere with the front radiator.

Yeah the original design had the front intake so that you could move the radiators from one side to the other. I left it in the design because I am planning another build with the other case that I have for a atx motherboard. If I leave it in the inverted position the slots would be blocked if I tried to put any fans up top.

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awesome, nice!

Thanks man thumb.gif
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post #67 of 82
Well, if you can't flip the motherboard around, the name "Project Flip" would be pointless biggrin.gif In the video I also got a better look at how the motherboard mount was held together in the case, which is nice to see. When making case designs in Sketchup, figuring out how to integrate the motherboard mount inside the case gives me the most problems.
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Well, if you can't flip the motherboard around, the name "Project Flip" would be pointless biggrin.gif In the video I also got a better look at how the motherboard mount was held together in the case, which is nice to see. When making case designs in Sketchup, figuring out how to integrate the motherboard mount inside the case gives me the most problems.

Yeah that would be pretty funny, but I guess mobo is inverted so either way it kind of would make sense?

I first started using sketchup but to me its too hard to get things the way I wanted. Solidworks makes your life so much easier with the sheet metal function.
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Yeah that would be pretty funny, but I guess mobo is inverted so either way it kind of would make sense?

I first started using sketchup but to me its too hard to get things the way I wanted. Solidworks makes your life so much easier with the sheet metal function.


Autodesk Inventor has also sheet metal function. Unlike Solidworks it is free to "academic staff" so for fully legal student version you would need to just get a email address from a university. If it makes sense or not ... it really depends on past track record, for example, coming from standard autocad I found the user interface logic to be quite unintuitive. On the other hand probably when starting to learn from scratch it is more intuitive than getting into a true autocad environment. After few weeks at poking at it I already managed to get stuff done pretty reasonably. For example something like this:
Created with GIMP

Although it's not as common as solidworks (which is basically industry standard for 3D stuff like autocad is so for 2D stuff) so I had to export in another format for getting a metal shop to give me a price quote for that thing on the image.
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Autodesk Inventor has also sheet metal function. Unlike Solidworks it is free to "academic staff" so for fully legal student version you would need to just get a email address from a university. If it makes sense or not ... it really depends on past track record, for example, coming from standard autocad I found the user interface logic to be quite unintuitive. On the other hand probably when starting to learn from scratch it is more intuitive than getting into a true autocad environment. After few weeks at poking at it I already managed to get stuff done pretty reasonably. For example something like this:
Created with GIMP

Although it's not as common as solidworks (which is basically industry standard for 3D stuff like autocad is so for 2D stuff) so I had to export in another format for getting a metal shop to give me a price quote for that thing on the image.

Wow that looks great! Didn't know about autodesk inventor I totally would use that since I am in uni. Learning these 3d modeling programs is a total pain!mad.gif took me a while to get the hang of it (lots and lots of youtube videos learning functions and things and I still have a lot to learn).
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