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this is what your worklog made me do
Edited by omaryunus - 4/15/09 at 1:46am
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Awsome res..........wow
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I'm still waiting to get a look in on this amazing lighting system...my thing is lights you guys should see my room at night
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Thanks a lot guys.

Lighting control comes last. =)


This is far from the prettiest thing I ever put together - but it gets the point across and I did it very quickly.
I crudely added in some of the parts. Including a very rough idea of the final reservoir locations:


Here are the latest iteration of the reservoir mounts - it took about 5hours of measuring and remeasuring to be certain that they are level with one another. I don't want 2kilos of copper throwing off the visual balance.


The "right" res will hang from the PSU area in the front and the back will mount to the fan - it's mounted so that it flows straight into the mosfet block. I'll need 4 spacers at the back to keep the reservoir fronts flush with one another.

The "left res fits into the slots on the hdd bay cover plate.

More soon.
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Originally Posted by Langer View Post
Thanks a lot guys.

Lighting control comes last. =)


This is far from the prettiest thing I ever put together - but it gets the point across and I did it very quickly.
I crudely added in some of the parts. Including a very rough idea of the final reservoir locations:


Here are the latest iteration of the reservoir mounts - it took about 5hours of measuring and remeasuring to be certain that they are level with one another. I don't want 2kilos of copper throwing off the visual balance.


The "right" res will hang from the PSU area in the front and the back will mount to the fan - it's mounted so that it flows straight into the mosfet block. I'll need 4 spacers at the back to keep the reservoir fronts flush with one another.

The "left res fits into the slots on the hdd bay cover plate.

More soon.
I take it that you "Photoshopped" those pieces in? Because it looks amazing and I still can't wait to see it done.
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Wow. Those are by far the best reservoirs I have ever seen. This build never ceases to amaze me.
    
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Thanks guys.

So; I made a 'little' spreadsheet this evening.
It's a complete itemized list of every part and component in Prometheus - it's price, retailer, SKU, etc.

It turns out that Prometheus consists of 227 different parts (meaning duplicate parts are not counted).

This composes a total of 1209 individual pieces (not including the molex pins 1642 pieces if you count the pins.)

The total MSRP value of this project is a fair bit higher than I had expected actually... My heart jumped a couple beats when I totaled the bottom line.

Turns out I'm bat ***** crazy afterall.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Langer View Post
Thanks guys.

So; I made a 'little' spreadsheet this evening.
It's a complete itemized list of every part and component in Prometheus - it's price, retailer, SKU, etc.

It turns out that Prometheus consists of 227 different parts (meaning duplicate parts are not counted).

This composes a total of 1209 individual pieces (not including the molex pins 1642 pieces if you count the pins.)

The total MSRP value of this project is a fair bit higher than I had expected actually... My heart jumped a couple beats when I totaled the bottom line.

Turns out I'm bat ***** crazy afterall.
So what is this total?
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as i said before...freaking scary...
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So what is this total?
its over 9000?

>_>
<_<

*runs*
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