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post #1 of 7
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hey all u guys who have the aspire x qpack post some pics of your rig, i'm lookin into getting one but i realy want to see wat your guy's qpacks look like, thnx lots
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post #2 of 7
I'll get some up later tonight for you.
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post #3 of 7
Okay here are a couple of pics from a week or two ago. the case has changed a little since then.

My major modifications for this are mainly for airflow as the case has poor ventilation.

I have cut the base at the front and installed 2 x 60mm directing air inwards.
The two 60mm holes with the mesh are under the CPU socket and just act as a breather.

As you can also see I have raised the case up off the floor by means of some stainless steel drawer handles.

I had to modify the main strengthning bracket down the centre so as to able to install the THERMALRIGHT XP90-C with a 92mm fan drawing up through the heatsink.

The main reason I chose this method was to enable the airflow paths to be free flowing with no cavitations on the fans and turbulance.

The rear 120mm fan is located quite close to the CPU fan and as it is drawing air out I used this to help take the exhausted air off the CPU heatsink straight out.
Also the air from the 2 60mm fans at the front force the air towards the base of the heatsink.

The only real trade off is the airflow across the Northbridge heatsink. I am in the process of installing a slim 60mm fan for this purpose.

Where the HDD will reside I have a HDD heatsink and fan assy (titan brand) which will also be fitted and have had it mocked up with an old PATA HDD to check airflow.

From the front on shot I have installed a SUNBEAM RHEOBUS which controls the 2x60mm fans the HDD fan and the soon to be added Northbridge fan also I have added a UV light tube which is connected to one channel on the controller so as to be able to turn it on and off easily and control the light intensity.
I really am not one for great amounts of BLING ! but as it's intended purpose is a LAN rig some BLING was required and along with the LED's of the controller and an EL wire installed behind the front panel to illuminate through the vents under the front case handle.

All in all the case will be quite loaded with a CPU 144 Opteron or 3500+Venice, a Seagate SATA 200Gb and a Sapphire X800GTO2 still to come. Add to this the XP90-C and 92mm Vantec stealth fan, PIONEER DVD 110R, fan controller, Floppy drive, 2x60mm Vantec stealths, 1x60mm slimeline fan from AMD XP heatsink, the HDD heatsink and fan assy, 1x120mm Vantec Spectrum fan for rear exhaust,Enermax Noisetaker 485W PSU and a Audigy 2 ZS soundcard. To get this all in is one mean feat in such a small case.

I have tested the airflow through the case minus the Graphics/video card and all seems well.

edit: Soz for the pic quality I will post some others up for you with the illumination going later but at least you get the idea of it being function before form and flash.
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post #4 of 7
Very nice rig coming along there mate, makes me want to get a tiny little case now and get rid of this big pile of junk on my desk!!! LOL
good work
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post #5 of 7
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nice case
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Not to great with case modding but i tried.
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Originally Posted by teh_kurby
Not to great with case modding but i tried.

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