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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Hey guys, I want to make a PSU cover for my 800D and want to know if any of you have one? I need some advices because I'm not sure if my Window panel will be able to close properly with the PSU cover.
Thank you
When I bought my 700D it came with a free 800D side panel so I chopped up the solid 700D panel and made a PSU cover like you are talking about. It fits perfectly and doesn't cause any interference with the window.
post #4863 of 8668
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Hey guys, I want to make a PSU cover for my 800D and want to know if any of you have one? I need some advices because I'm not sure if my Window panel will be able to close properly with the PSU cover.
Thank you

I have the short version from Coldzero.com

The window will close just fine but it does make slight contact so it pushes the psu cover in a little bit but its unnoticeable when the side is on.
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So here are some pictures

This is how the PSU plate is without any screws at all



Notice the screw holes? I have no idea what they connect with.



These is a separate bracket that sits behind the plate and those screws pull the plate tight up against the bracket.
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So here are some pictures

This is how the PSU plate is without any screws at all


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Notice the screw holes? I have no idea what they connect with.



The side of the PSU plate and the interior side of the case itself are holding each other as seen here.




Also the PSU plate is 3mm thick. Which I believe makes 0,118 inches


Thank you for all the pictures, it look awsome. I like how you placed your Hulk figurine and how he's holding the cables !!
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Originally Posted by morencyam View Post

When I bought my 700D it came with a free 800D side panel so I chopped up the solid 700D panel and made a PSU cover like you are talking about. It fits perfectly and doesn't cause any interference with the window.

That's a great IDEA specool.gif

I have a spair 700D panel. I might do it because the thickness of the panel is much thinner.
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Originally Posted by nyk20z3 View Post

I have the short version from Coldzero.com
The window will close just fine but it does make slight contact so it pushes the psu cover in a little bit but its unnoticeable when the side is on.

Thanks for your input.
Edited by KaRLiToS - 10/30/12 at 6:41pm
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post #4866 of 8668

Just got my 800D. biggrin.gif
Only issue is the lowermost Hot Swap bay doesn't work. frown.gif I guess I have to swap out the PCB.
Replacing the cables with the ones that came with my motherboard solved it.
Edited by Rakin - 11/3/12 at 7:42pm
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Just finished my first water project since 2003! quite happy with the results. Aquacomputer Airplex revolution in the top and old BlackIce Pro in the bottom, utilized my old aluminium reservoir in the back,

Pump is a Swiftech Mp350 with XSPC pump top and the block is a Raystorm.

Useing indigo extreme thermal pad, results are awsome!!

next project will be to add the gpu into the loop.

Build log to follow later



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post #4868 of 8668
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Originally Posted by Ginola View Post

Just finished my first water project since 2003! quite happy with the results. Aquacomputer Airplex revolution in the top and old BlackIce Pro in the bottom, utilized my old aluminium reservoir in the back,
Pump is a Swiftech Mp350 with XSPC pump top and the block is a Raystorm.
Useing indigo extreme thermal pad, results are awsome!!
next project will be to add the gpu into the loop.
Build log to follow later Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I would take that aluminum res out of the loop. You are mixing metals which will cause galvanic corrosion and could ruin your waterblock and radiators
http://www.overclock.net/t/141512/mixing-aluminum-and-copper-in-a-waterloop/0_50
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I would take that aluminum res out of the loop. You are mixing metals which will cause galvanic corrosion and could ruin your waterblock and radiators
http://www.overclock.net/t/141512/mixing-aluminium-and-copper-in-a-waterloop/0_50

It is anodized on the inside (black), there where a couple of tiny corrosion marks in one corner, running distilled water, I ran this in my previous loop for about 3 years, didnt notice much ill effect however the old pipes did go copper/rust colour after 2 years, (used distilled water and a wetting/antifreeze agent)
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Does anybody know how to take the plastic clips on the drive bay off? My Reservoir/Pump is a bit loose with those so I'd rather fit in screws.
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