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sub'd! this is looking pretty damn good!
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Wow, so nice!
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Those LED's look REALLY good. I also like the Raptor display in the front you rarely see those.
    
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Do those A.C. Ryan fans have UV or regular LEDs?
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have you ever heard of pulse VU mod. its alot simila to what you have done. the next best thing that you could do know is get them lights to dance to the music. look it up. they did it to a psp so im sure that doing it to the PC wouuld be alot easier.
    
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Amazing, inspires me to upgrade my loop.
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eh, I'll give you an A for effort, but an A++++Rep+ for HELL YEAH. And on a side note: I hate you!

Love the project.
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post #49 of 63
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hey guys, long time no update so heres a big one for yea

got a new camera btw :up: D60 yay anyways here we go

small update guys, did some modding on the power switch panel
i attached the original power switch button to a small momentary
switch for the stealthed drive, and its obviously painted black




UPDATE!!

ek top is on and ready! wish i had tube to spare i need to
flush the system, but i have any to spare anyways just some
progress, im impressed with eddy, he fix the SB right up! :up:














update!

alot of work needs to be done. the radgrill was horrible.. hole
placement was pretty bad, never though this would be an issue
but it turns out it was made more problems then solved. i think
the best thing to do is to commission a machinist to make me
one because i am not happy with the ACRYAN radgrill.. i still
to do some more cutting to the case to fully fit the rad with out
the fans touching the mobo/etc. cutting the case was not much
fun either, alot of hard manual labor, but it did get enough of it
cut where i could atleast install the rad for inspection.

started tubing the mobo, to find the new SB giving me issues
again, with 3/4" OD tubing there is NO, i repeat NO room to install
the second tube, i switched fittings in the end so the SB now uses
a slightly smaller barb so i could at least tiptie it down. its ok now
but i was surprised.

so loop orders go like this:

loop1: 24v D5 - 360GTX - EK Supreme - SB - NB - 150RES Rev1
loop2: DDC 3.2 w/ XSPC top - mosfet - mosfet - DD Ione - DD Ione - 150RES Rev2














Cheers :toast:

small update:

got most of the basic design of my rad grill done, turns
out swiftech's dimensions are really wrong, one thing
i did forget to measure is the length and width of the rad
so if thats wrong too, then its back to the drawing board.
literally.. well needed to test the meanwell, so i decided
to do some modding to that as well. simple, effective. now
all that is left is a power switch and a relay. then it should
be ready to go. right now, whats really holding me back is
the top mounted rad. so the sooner i can get this radgrill
made, the better.

radgrill pics in a few



heres a version of my grill with inspiration from charles_h and his murderbox
big +ups to charles :clap: now my version is obviously a bit fatter for air flow
which makes it loose its elegance.. :shakes: this is one of the many different
designs ive done, just havent posted. this one i just rendered really quickly
just to show you guys. dont worry about the front, its just a mock up, just
wanted to see how it would look.

still need to check the dimensions of the rad grill again, to makes sure that
it fits, as of now everything fits perfectly, with my rad grill it lifts the rad
5mm giving me enough space to clear the mobo and etc. still need to cut
the mobo tray, and might need to change a few things but would make
things much more enjoyable.

cheers



edit

heres another version, i let it render longer so its cleaner



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post #50 of 63
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heres a few pics i took, dont be too hard on me! but my first
impression of the camera was that i was very small and light
compared to the d80 which i have used, ive also used a d70s
which was similar. what i do like the most is the little noise in
night shoots. i take all my shots in raw, given i have a 16gb
SD and pics came out on the warm side so i do use some post
work to cool it down. so far i like it alot :up: the i havent had
much time to play with it yesterday and probably wont have
alot of time to play with it untill sunday, but so far its 2 :up::up:











cheers

ok small update, the DDC is just there its not going to be
part of that loop though it is right below the res. i mounted
the first res for the CPU loop, looks like a good place for it,
the second loop is going to be filled from the back though the
"T" on the bottom GPU, like charles_h's murderbox. i
need to move the fillport around as you can see its not aligned
very well. the MCR is mounted up too but no fans yet, still
need to finalize the rad grill design. debating weather or not to
get things powdercoated is hard, theres not alot of places that
will do such a small job locally, i may end up taking it to the
shop and spraying it myself. i am very low on funds (D60.. lol)
right now, and i really want to have a nice finish on the inside.

things that still need to be done

1. finalize radgrill design
2. finalize front panel design
3. install and test D5-V @24v
4. refabricate inside panels covers (floor, 5.25 bay, mobo tray)
5. wire up LED light controler to accept 12v
6. lighting effects (blue led, uv cathos)
7. paint/powerdercoat interior

and a whole bunch more

enjoy
















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