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Got bored today...had some spare plexiglass laying around so I figured why not.

Traced the door, cut it out, and bam... all of 20 minutes maybe. Was actually surpised at how easy it was. Hardest part of the whole thing was getting the paper backing off. I knew it was going to be a pain getting the paper off though since it was a pretty old spare piece so I soaked it in warm water for a while. Was thinking of adding the latches, but I quite like it without.

Waiting on some things to arrive this week, so it's current state wont last very long...

Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics, doesn't help it's in a dark space. Better pics once it's finished.

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post #5262 of 18217
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I was thinking of a touch screen one.. Which 200mm's are the best recommended?
I've read some don't mount right with the OEM mounting holes and whatnot.. I hope that's not entirely true. I'm no good at making things especially when it's something like this. thumb.gif

The touch screen controllers will work, but they are not the best controllers. They do the job OK though. I'm using a touch screen controller that takes up two bays. It's the Aerocool Strike X. It works perfectly for me. If I was going to purchase a replacement controller right now, I would go for a 1 bay controller. with LCD screen, with control knobs (not touch screen), with RPM displays, and preferable with temperature probes.

Something like this: http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX24362

Or this: http://lamptron.com/products/view/Fan_Controller_FC5 (if you choose Lamptron, who make excellent products, make sure you specify Lamptron. Some companies have been selling knockoffs).

If you have your heart set on a touch screen controller (I can't blame you, I like them too) just remember they are usually more delicate than the controllers with control knobs.

Here is the one I have: http://www.aerocool.com.tw/index.php/products/strike-x/40-strikexcase/105-strikexpanel.html

A friend of mine has this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811992004 (some people have complained about the clock on this unit, his is still working fine).

Go to Newegg and Tigerdirect and look through their controllers. There's tons to chose from.

As for 200mm fans. Go back a page or two, people have been talking about 200mm fans. You're right, some of them don't line up with the mounting holes. There is no standard in place because these companies can't talk to each other long enough to even agree on a standard for fan mounting and size. Xigmatek makes the stock 600T fan I think, so they should fit without modification. However, I don't think they're any better than the stock fans are. There are coolermaster fans and NZXT fans that perform better, but they may need you to do little mods to mount them. If you're not using 6 hard drives, you can remove the upper rack and move the lower one back toward the PSU, this will allow you to mount a 30mm thick fan in the front with very little modding. You could use double sided Velcro tape which really doesn't qualify as a mod, or you could use the mesh holes for the screws but not all the holes will line up. You could drill new holes for those that don't line up, and this is almost not a mod either since anyone should be able to drill a couple of holes.
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Originally Posted by Evocarlos View Post

hey guys been doing a bit of upgrading
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it'll soon be ready smile.gif

That's pretty amazing, can't wait to see the finished product. I heard that nVidia cards don't scale all that well. Any reason you went with 4 cards?

@deafboy

That's pretty sweet. What's holding it on?
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@Evocarlos... LOVE IT!!! Might be copying you this summer, lol. Do something like that on my Ivy Bridge/Kepler Build. VERY nice thumb.gif

@Mergatroid... the side itself, lol. It has a nice snug fit so the actual corners on the case are holding it in. Then it has a VERY small notch on one of the corners to pop it out with a paperclip, lol.
 
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@ Evocarlos u got all of us drooling here.. biggrin.gif
may i ask the copper pipe size and what compression fitting u've use?
Edited by juneau78 - 2/27/12 at 12:13am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

That's pretty amazing, can't wait to see the finished product. I heard that nVidia cards don't scale all that well. Any reason you went with 4 cards?
thanks smile.gif
well i went with 4 cards as errr there cheap £160 each and i had one free from MOA 2010
then bought the 2nd one from the guy who went with me to moa
not to sure on the scalling but ive seen the fps jump considerbly in bf3 1 2 and 3 cards
its manlly a more of a cause i can sort of thing as i run a 3d kit and it caps the fps to 120 for the 3d (time for multy screen smile.gif)
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Originally Posted by deafboy View Post

@Evocarlos... LOVE IT!!! Might be copying you this summer, lol. Do something like that on my Ivy Bridge/Kepler Build. VERY nice thumb.gif
thanks deafboy
ivy would be alot easyer to do smile.gif only memory on one side lol
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@ Evocarlos u got all of us drooling here.. biggrin.gif
may i ask the copper pipe size and what compression fitting u've use?
hey juneau78
thanks smile.gif all i can say about the drooling is wipe your chin haha smile.gif
the pipe is 12mm OD soft copper with the ends sanded and then polished for the shiny look
and the fittings are push in there bitspower sli fittings the ones for the crystal link tubes
as in this image (partnumber BP-WTP-C47)
http://www.lynx-india.com/published/publicdata/KEHSYUHTWEBASYST/attachments/SC/products_pictures/Bitspower%20G14in.%20Silver%20Shining%20Multi-Link%20Adapter%20-%20%20BP-WTP-C47.jpeg
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EvoCarlos, simply badass build man!
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Again you amaze me EvoCarlos. Can you give us a list of the parts?? I never seen a 200x400 radiator before. I think thats what it is anyway.

And you dont need scaling when you can run some BOINC!. That rig would rack up some massive points. And put that watercooling to the test. Only then would it be an Official Epic rig. But for now, its just Bad Ass Good job!

OT: Soon, we are having another BGB in the BOINC subforum. Would really like to see some come on over and signup and join us in our cause!
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Again you amaze me EvoCarlos. Can you give us a list of the parts?? I never seen a 200x400 radiator before. I think thats what it is anyway.
And you dont need scaling when you can run some BOINC!. That rig would rack up some massive points. And put that watercooling to the test. Only then would it be an Official Epic rig. But for now, its just Bad Ass Good job!
OT: Soon, we are having another BGB in the BOINC subforum. Would really like to see some come on over and signup and join us in our cause!

I would've guessed it was the dual 180mm radiator kuz the dual 200mm was too fat for my nzxt phantom case (expected tho kuz it's stupidly sized). You can get dual 200 and 180's at fronzencpu that other performance-pc or where-ever has them too I think.

This is my guess though tongue.gif

*side rant* frozencpu totally lost my order =_=, I am never going those parts am I...

btw the dual 180 cools well even tho there isn't enough airflow.

EDIT 2: @evo is there enough space for a dvd/w.e drive?
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EvoCarlos, simply badass build man!
thanks man
glad you like it smile.gif
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Again you amaze me EvoCarlos. Can you give us a list of the parts?? I never seen a 200x400 radiator before. I think thats what it is anyway.
And you dont need scaling when you can run some BOINC!. That rig would rack up some massive points. And put that watercooling to the test. Only then would it be an Official Epic rig. But for now, its just Bad Ass Good job!
OT: Soon, we are having another BGB in the BOINC subforum. Would really like to see some come on over and signup and join us in our cause!
hey
the water cooling is
  • Alphacool D5 single edition
  • EK-D5 X-RES TOP 140 - Black Acetal
  • EK-Multioption RES X2 - 250 Advanced (the tube from this is fitted to the pump top)
  • Magicool Dual 180 radiator
  • EK-FC Bridge QUAD Parallel
  • 4x EK-FC Link GeForce
  • 4x EK-FC480 GTX - Acetal+EN (Nickel)
  • 4x EK-FC480 GTX Backplate - Black
  • 2x EK-RAM Dominator X4 - Acetal+EN (Nickel)
  • Hardware Labs Black Ice® GT Stealth 240mm Dual Radiator
  • EK-Supreme HF - Full Copper
fittings are Bitspower
the hw is
  • asus REX 4
  • core i7 3960x
  • 4x 480gtx's
  • mushkin copperhead memory (just the heatsinks the ram is some cherry stuff mushkin sent me smile.gif)
  • 2x corsair 120gb force3 ssd's in raid 0 1000MB/s each way smile.gifLINK
  • samsung blue ray player
  • silverstone SST 1500w
i think thats it may be more but cant rember off the top of my head

oh and the rad is a majicool dual 180mm smile.gif ive got 2 x 180mm silverstone air penitrators coming for it tomorow fingers crossed
and folding is not my think sorry will be hard at BF3 smile.gif

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I would've guessed it was the dual 180mm radiator kuz the dual 200mm was too fat for my nzxt phantom case (expected tho kuz it's stupidly sized). You can get dual 200 and 180's at fronzencpu that other performance-pc or where-ever has them too I think.
This is my guess though tongue.gif
*side rant* frozencpu totally lost my order =_=, I am never going those parts am I...
btw the dual 180 cools well even tho there isn't enough airflow.
EDIT 2: @evo is there enough space for a dvd/w.e drive?
hey jquantum
i got the majicool dual 180 from aquatuning cause it was not in stock in the uk then i found it in the uk yesterday oh well its here and in lol
the dvd took some perswading but it went in fine
btw the these pics are crap
th_240220121201.jpg
th_240220121202.jpg
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Originally Posted by Evocarlos View Post

thanks man
glad you like it smile.gif
hey
the water cooling is
  • Alphacool D5 single edition
  • EK-D5 X-RES TOP 140 - Black Acetal
  • EK-Multioption RES X2 - 250 Advanced (the tube from this is fitted to the pump top)
  • Magicool Dual 180 radiator
  • EK-FC Bridge QUAD Parallel
  • 4x EK-FC Link GeForce
  • 4x EK-FC480 GTX - Acetal+EN (Nickel)
  • 4x EK-FC480 GTX Backplate - Black
  • 2x EK-RAM Dominator X4 - Acetal+EN (Nickel)
  • Hardware Labs Black Ice® GT Stealth 240mm Dual Radiator
  • EK-Supreme HF - Full Copper
fittings are Bitspower
the hw is
  • asus REX 4
  • core i7 3960x
  • 4x 480gtx's
  • mushkin copperhead memory (just the heatsinks the ram is some cherry stuff mushkin sent me smile.gif)
  • 2x corsair 120gb force3 ssd's in raid 0 1000MB/s each way smile.gifLINK
  • samsung blue ray player
  • silverstone SST 1500w
i think thats it may be more but cant rember off the top of my head
oh and the rad is a majicool dual 180mm smile.gif ive got 2 x 180mm silverstone air penitrators coming for it tomorow fingers crossed
and folding is not my think sorry will be hard at BF3 smile.gif
hey jquantum
i got the majicool dual 180 from aquatuning cause it was not in stock in the uk then i found it in the uk yesterday oh well its here and in lol
the dvd took some perswading but it went in fine
btw the these pics are crap Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
th_240220121201.jpg
th_240220121202.jpg

I guess you are better at persuading than I ever will be lol. Looks good and clean from here. BTW did you know if there exists thin fans preferably <= 20mm thick for this radiator? I couldn't really find anything.
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