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Subbed, no doubt. Can't wait to see more.

Thanks a lot mate biggrin.gif
post #12 of 22
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Okay, here we go, pass-through fittings are mounted and the front acrylic cover panel is complete.













You can also see the motherboard skirt panel is ready as well, with reservoir mounts on.







Fans are going underneath the case and a 60mm thick radiator on top of them in the bottom of the case. I just wanted more room and the fans fit nicely underneath. Plus, they will give a nice glow underneath the case.







Thanks for checking it out and stay tuned for more!

Cheers,

Alex
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Oh dis gonna be good.

Thanks guys biggrin.gif
post #16 of 22
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Hi guys,

Here's most of the piping done!

One issue I had with this is that two of the pass through fittings were way too close to each other and I only had Bitspower C47 style fittings that were a bit too large. So I ended up hand filing them down.

This was the result:





Just shaved off a few mm and they fit perfectly with a bit of tubing between them.

They're the ones at the very bottom.







Mounted the RGB LED controller for the Corsair fans in the front as well. This will be accessible from the side even with the front panel on.



And here's a look at the cable management.



And now the inside.



The red chrome tubes, with the fittings in the middle is a reference to the dual lightsaber.















Thanks for checking it out and stay tuned for more!

Cheers,

Alex
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At first I didn't understand why there were fittings in the middle of this run. Then I realized there was red tubing on either side and it all became clear. Well played! thumb.gif

Edit: Just noticed you said why earlier in the post *facepalm*
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At first I didn't understand why there were fittings in the middle of this run. Then I realized there was red tubing on either side and it all became clear. Well played! thumb.gif

Edit: Just noticed you said why earlier in the post *facepalm*

Hahaha now worries biggrin.gif Glad you liked it in the end tongue.gif
post #19 of 22
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Hey guys,

These were the final photos I took before getting all the panels on and finishing the build smile.gif





















As you can see, I went with black coolant and I also have a few red cold cathodes in there just for some more lightsaber references smile.gif

Stay tuned for final pics!

Cheers,

Alex
post #20 of 22
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Hi guys,

Here are the final photos! I hope you like it, I'm really happy with this one!

The only thing that might need to be changed or improved is the light behind the Darth Maul face on the front panel. The white acrylic would need to be changed to opal and get some better lighting in there so that the front panel pops nicely in the dark.

I'd like to say a huge thanks to the companies that helped me bring this project to life!













Here we go! I'll start with the outside first!























And here's the inside!







































Thanks for checking it out and stay tuned for a video once I get back from COMPUTEX!

Cheers,

Alex
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