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post #11 of 22
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So, to please some anxious ones, here is some pictures. I may or may not be further than these pictures already wink.gif

The Gammaxx 400 is temporary smile.gif

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post #12 of 22
wow nice!
post #13 of 22
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wow nice!

Thanks! Here's the rest!

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post #14 of 22
It looks very nice! biggrin.gif
post #15 of 22
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It looks very nice! biggrin.gif

Thanks!

I will be replacing the CCFL with @CableMod Widebeam LED that they've chosen me for.

I can't wait to be able to compare the UV strips and have red integrated smile.gif
post #16 of 22
Looks nice. Why did you go with the inverted mobo mounting rather than right-side up? Personal preference or technical reasons?
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post #17 of 22
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Looks nice. Why did you go with the inverted mobo mounting rather than right-side up? Personal preference or technical reasons?

A few reasons. I wanted fans blowing on my GPU for one. With regular ATX, you're blocking half with the PSU. I can have all my watercooling (or at least the good majority) below all components so that if a leak happens, it'll just leak on the floor, except the CPU that can leak on the PSU.

With Spotswood cases, I could as easily just swap the whole thing around and still be in business. I even put feet on the backside of the case so that I can lay it sideways to work on it.
post #18 of 22
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A few reasons. I wanted fans blowing on my GPU for one. With regular ATX, you're blocking half with the PSU. I can have all my watercooling (or at least the good majority) below all components so that if a leak happens, it'll just leak on the floor, except the CPU that can leak on the PSU.

With Spotswood cases, I could as easily just swap the whole thing around and still be in business. I even put feet on the backside of the case so that I can lay it sideways to work on it.

Handy and smart design thumb.gif Thanks for answering.
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post #19 of 22
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Handy and smart design thumb.gif Thanks for answering.

No problem ^^

I'll be making a second case with Spotswood eventually, keep an eye out for it ^^
post #20 of 22
Its too bad that you opted not to get the milled-out areas which would have allowed you to insert nuts into the extrusion slots post-assembly. Then, these handy-dandy ziptie mounts could have been fastened to help tidy things up a bit. thumb.gif

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