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but it already IS sick.


love the controller and the HDD solution. i wouldn't mind something like that for one of my next builds
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SirLagALot. I've used that picture with him before.

And that field outside your house looks beautiful, but as I sit here with allergies, I know I would never want to live near it.

But every time I look at your work, I just want to go water so badly. Always some of the best work on all OCN.
Thanks man, thats really encouraging! When you finally give into the WC temtress, be sure to link me to some pics!

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Nice job fob. I go away for a few days and i am rewarded with two great updates.
Now i just need to get back into my mod.
There was supposed to be another 2 today but I almost completely forgot I have a LAN on! I hope to have some more for you tomorrow.

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W00T! epic mods there fob.
Thanks mate!

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the HD and fan controller on the same piece of acrylic is nice!
I think it may be my favourite mod so far. Probably cause it was so simple and easy.

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wow just spent like 30 minutes on this thread lol, looks like its goina be sick. subbed
Good to have you onboard.

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but it already IS sick.


love the controller and the HDD solution. i wouldn't mind something like that for one of my next builds
I forgot to mention that theres enough room in the middle to fit another HDD if I ever felt compelled to do so.

Heres another look at it with the acrylic now sanded.



And lastly for those of you enjoying my feild of yellow, here it is finally out in full bloom.





I climbed a tree to get some better angles but that didn't really work so well.

So I climbed the tennis court fence aswell!













Its kinda hard to show how high it is but its up to my armpits and some of its over my head. Oh and it smells awesome!!
post #213 of 760
looking great FOB,like the Fan controller / HDD Mount.

Also is that Field of Yellow Canola
    
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Ok, that looks like the mustard fields when I was in Germany. What is it? Driving me nuts dude! '
Oh, been watching the build as I move, fantastic!

Edit: I mean, I know you said Canola but I'm a backyard farmer, is it even related to Mustard?
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Really nice looking work FoB and excellent solution for the fan controller and HDD. Will you be painting the acrylic or leaving it frosted to get some glow?

BriSleep, Canola is in the Mustard family, scientific name for the family is Brassicaceae. This family has a natural global distribution and is one of the earliest plants you'll see in the spring with tiny little yellow or white flowers. Broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, money plant, etc, etc all are in the same family and are actually all very closely related. I'm not sure about canola but all the other normal vegetable plants are actually hybrids of the same plant, long, long ago.
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looking great FOB,like the Fan controller / HDD Mount.

Also is that Field of Yellow Canola
Yep its canola.

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Ok, that looks like the mustard fields when I was in Germany. What is it? Driving me nuts dude! '
Oh, been watching the build as I move, fantastic!

Edit: I mean, I know you said Canola but I'm a backyard farmer, is it even related to Mustard?
Umm...

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Really nice looking work FoB and excellent solution for the fan controller and HDD. Will you be painting the acrylic or leaving it frosted to get some glow?

BriSleep, Canola is in the Mustard family, scientific name for the family is Brassicaceae. This family has a natural global distribution and is one of the earliest plants you'll see in the spring with tiny little yellow or white flowers. Broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, money plant, etc, etc all are in the same family and are actually all very closely related. I'm not sure about canola but all the other normal vegetable plants are actually hybrids of the same plant, long, long ago.
Thankyou ddietz for your answer!

And yes the acrylic will be painted black.
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The floor -

This update is a day late but oh well. I blame time itself!





I'm pretty sure the name of the update says it all hey. This is the cover for the floor. The only thing I've done to it so far is cut a little out of one corner as needed.









Its a very nice fit indeed!









Sadly thats as far as I can go until more of my fittings show up. Should be any day now.
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nice floor ... the sanded acrylic looks sweet too!
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post #219 of 760
I usually end up catching up to your build log in bursts. So far, it's awesome, and I love the canola fields. LOVE the outdoors.

Something you said a couple pages ago bares replying to.

Loop 2 - Res, Pump, 240 Rad, 240 Rad, GPU, Mobo, Res.

Be sure to tell me what do you think about that but don't tell me I'm overkill!

You know me, I would NEVER say ANYTHING is overkill. But I will tell you this is not arranged optimally. You have some pretty hefty 240 rads, a good rad with adequate airflow will bring temps down to within a few degrees C of ambient air temp, and never below that. After either GPU or Chipset, one rad will be plenty to bring down the temps. But remember this is all linear so the second device will always be warmer than the first, due to increased coolant temps. You would want to actually arrange the loop to go:
Loop 2 - Res, Pump, 240 Rad, GPU, 240 Rad, Mobo, Res. Of course, GPU and Chipset are reversible depending on tubing needs. I think the end result, cooling wise will turn out better with this configuration.
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it should be about the same either way. plus, mobo temps don't really matter as long as they are not through the roof. and x58 will never get too hot under any water at all.
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