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post #231 of 1083
Amazing. Especially the pics with the lights ...
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post #232 of 1083
Woah dude Nice! Thanks for all the pics to!
post #233 of 1083
man this log just keeps getting better w000t i soo want some of those shrouds/air ducts can you make them in green and blue led? if so how much lol great work!!
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Wow, lots of good feedback.

THANK YOU ALL!

Manyak: Thanks for rep

UkGouki: Green and blue would look pretty sick! Like some sort of slimy or radioactive goo if done well.

I dont intend to setup production line of these any time soon but thank you for your offer of purchase nevertheless
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Wow, lots of good feedback.

THANK YOU ALL!

Manyak: Thanks for rep

UkGouki: Green and blue would look pretty sick! Like some sort of slimy or radioactive goo if done well.

I dont intend to setup production line of these any time soon but thank you for your offer of purchase nevertheless
hell yes was thinking green acrylic with blue led's would look ace in my rig lol
post #236 of 1083
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*** OK the following images are in 1024 x 768 ***
Do u ppl think that I should go back to 800x600 or is the larger size OK?

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Keep them big. If anyone has trouble viewing something greater than 800x600....they need to upgrade monitors.
    
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Keep them big. If anyone has trouble viewing something greater than 800x600....they need to upgrade monitors.
Man, way to leave everyone in the dust!

They're a good size, Euro. I'm really anxious to see all that stuff installed. Those ducts seemed to be a big job, now lets see them in action with the rest of the build!!
post #238 of 1083
I'm good with the pic sizes as well.. Why do people continue to ***** about stupid stuff like picture sizes?

Keep up the great work!!!
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AWESOME work EuroFix
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OK I've gone back to 800x600 for pic size 'cause while thats pretty small for my 24" Dell () its too big for my laptop - need to scroll sideways - and thats what I use for posting updates.

Anyway, I had a good time doing.... first time fitting of finished air ducts into the case.
Yep there is an actual case somewhere in this project lol.

Check these out!

Fully assembled


wires sleeved


Just to show the difference between 'lights off' and 'lights on"


purdy


The whole assembly fitted PERFECTLY - I couldn't believe it!
The front mesh in the photos is temporary. Its the piece I used as a guide while making the acrylic fan guard and has some of the paint scratched off by the drill bit.


Oh, I was waiting for this moment looong time...












This is a huge milestone for me in this project. I hope I can progress much quicker now that I finished what turned out to be a major test of my imagination, patience and manual skills.
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