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Be wary not to confuse the issue . . . .

There is no 4 pin, PWM device in use here. . . . It is Not a 35X, it's just a vanilla 18W DDC.
This is good info, but could be confusing to the case at hand.


The DDC pump should ideally be on a fan controller channel with a 30W or greater rating to be sure it operates conservatively and has headroom for startup loading.


Darlene
Very good point Darlene. Thank you for including that because I obviously forgot to mention it in my post. Being that this isn't a PWM pump the information that I gave really doesn't apply. For those that have a PWM controllable pump though, you might want to consider how you're going to power it.


Funny you should mention that, . . . .

I recently upgraded the 3 channel PWM controller I made for the 3 pairs of D5's in my stretch build; it has up/down speed control buttons for each channel, remote control that can change speed on all chans together, as well as remote control for the gull wing side window up and down, and turn the system on and off.


Darlene


Edited by IT Diva - 10/30/13 at 5:16pm
post #51832 of 106104
OK, So I finally got some vacation time and the insufferable heat of the summer has mostly passed, so it's back to work on the Stretched Limo phantom 820 build.

Thought you guys may like to see some progress . . . .

Darlene



Added some reinforcement to the back panels since they seemed a bit flimsy:




Here's the mirrored acrylic back panel installed:






Here's the pump/res setup fitted in place:









Once everything is fitted and the cable cutouts are done, I can pull it all apart again to dress the welds that aren't done yet and do the paint work.
Edited by IT Diva - 10/30/13 at 5:27pm
post #51833 of 106104
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

OK, So I finally got some vacation time and the insufferable heat of the summer has mostly passed, so it's back to work on the Stretched Limo phantom 820 build.

Thought you guys may like to see some progress . . . .

Darlene



Added some reinforcement to the back panels since they seemed a bit flimsy:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Here's the mirrored acrylic back panel installed:






Here's the pump/res setup installed:







Once everything is fitted and the cable cutouts are done, I can pull it all apart again to dress the welds that aren't done yet and do the paint work.

What exactly is the point of that v-neck in the middle?
post #51834 of 106104
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What exactly is the point of that v-neck in the middle?

I haven't really been following her build.. but I'd take a guess that it's for this. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Funny you should mention that, . . . .

I recently upgraded the 3 channel PWM controller I made for the 3 pairs of D5's in my stretch build; it has up/down speed control buttons for each channel, remote control that can change speed on all chans together, as well as remote control for the gull wing side window up and down, and turn the system on and off.


Darlene


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post #51835 of 106104
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

OK, So I finally got some vacation time and the insufferable heat of the summer has mostly passed, so it's back to work on the Stretched Limo phantom 820 build.

Thought you guys may like to see some progress . . . .

Darlene



Added some reinforcement to the back panels since they seemed a bit flimsy:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Here's the mirrored acrylic back panel installed:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Here's the pump/res setup fitted in place:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Once everything is fitted and the cable cutouts are done, I can pull it all apart again to dress the welds that aren't done yet and do the paint work.

And I thought I was cool for having a Case Labs case, this things awersome biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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OK, So I finally got some vacation time and the insufferable heat of the summer has mostly passed, so it's back to work on the Stretched Limo phantom 820 build.

Thought you guys may like to see some progress . . . .

Darlene



Added some reinforcement to the back panels since they seemed a bit flimsy:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Here's the mirrored acrylic back panel installed:






Here's the pump/res setup installed:







Once everything is fitted and the cable cutouts are done, I can pull it all apart again to dress the welds that aren't done yet and do the paint work.


What exactly is the point of that v-neck in the middle?

It's not a V, just the reflection makes it look that way,

It's the linear actuators for the gull wing side window:


Darlene

It's in HD, so the detail is pretty good in full screen mode.


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DOH!

It looked like a V-shape cause of the reflection.. definitely wasn't paying too much attention there.

Completely over-the-top awesome!
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That is just too cool! Awesome work.thumb.gif
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Darlene, if i may call you that, I've said it before and i'll say it again
You are a GODDESS amongst us lowly watercoolers and modders.Truly Epic work. I've heard people ask about retractable window mods, but i've never seen one pulled off. Also that mirrored acrylic looks amazing.

Now i gotta read your build log to see how you did it biggrin.gif
    
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OK, So I finally got some vacation time and the insufferable heat of the summer has mostly passed, so it's back to work on the Stretched Limo phantom 820 build.

Thought you guys may like to see some progress . . . .

Darlene



Added some reinforcement to the back panels since they seemed a bit flimsy:
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Here's the mirrored acrylic back panel installed:






Here's the pump/res setup fitted in place:




  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Once everything is fitted and the cable cutouts are done, I can pull it all apart again to dress the welds that aren't done yet and do the paint work.

 

Are you trying to build a Central Watercool System? Like the house Central AC?

 
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