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I really want to do that front panel removal. It looks soo good.

And that paint job looks excellent!
(shame you didnt dremel the fan grills flat)

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How would you have mounted if it was yours?
The way I did.. I have it on brackets on the inside.


Edited by andrewmchugh - 9/20/11 at 9:38am
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post #82 of 150
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
I really want to do that front panel removal. It looks soo good.

And that paint job looks excellent!
(shame you didnt dremel the fan grills flat)



The way I did.. I have it on brackets on the inside.

First of all, Thanks for you comment .
And for rad mounting, yes it look very nice without all grills. I'm not so good with metal but I'll try something. Thanks for idea.


Update : Since I painted my four tricool, she don't works anymore. I received new fans today, so I will paint it tonight.
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Sorry for picture's quality, my camera was preset for a shooting so I take the picture with my iPhone.

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I see an imminent closure of the project Nice that you kept up with it!
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Those fan controllers while cheap and simple will add heat to the inside of the case and will have a limited lifespan.It is not the proper(or current) way to drop voltages. Definativly not a product you could mass marker.I would keep an eye on them for quite a while (to see how hot they get) dropping voltage with either a potentiometer or a rheostat is fine,as long as you use the proper size components,with plenty of ventilation and don't mind the heat they add.

EDIT. The proper way is to use a pot to control an IC that is mounted on a heatsink but this is OCN not Popular Electronics.
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Looks very good Il be watching for sure!

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I see an imminent closure of the project Nice that you kept up with it!
Oh yeah I think will be close next week

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Those fan controllers while cheap and simple will add heat to the inside of the case and will have a limited lifespan.It is not the proper(or current) way to drop voltages. Definativly not a product you could mass marker.I would keep an eye on them for quite a while (to see how hot they get) dropping voltage with either a potentiometer or a rheostat is fine,as long as you use the proper size components,with plenty of ventilation and don't mind the heat they add.

EDIT. The proper way is to use a pot to control an IC that is mounted on a heatsink but this is OCN not Popular Electronics.
I use it about a month ago and no overheat. Why you said it's not the good way to drop voltage? I'm studying in mathematic but in my physic's class I learned to drop voltage but resistor. Volt = Ohm * Ampere. So if I wan't to drop voltage I increase resistivity, it's an inverse relationship. If you think it have a better way to do it, give me you idea.

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Looks very good Il be watching for sure!

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I did give you an idea,sometimes we don't read so good.Use a potentimeter to control an IC (that is intergrated circuit) that is mounted to a heat sink and control voltage like this.When you use the IC you place the main part of the load on the IC and can use a real lightweight potentiometer.
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I did give you an idea,sometimes we don't read so good.Use a potentimeter to control an IC (that is intergrated circuit) that is mounted to a heat sink and control voltage like this.When you use the IC you place the main part of the load on the IC and can use a real lightweight potentiometer.
ok, sorry I misread last post.
I'll check if an overheat came out of my controller and if it's to hot, I'm gonna try your way to do it. Thanks for your contribution.


UPDATE : Compression Fitting on the way .
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Rad painted .
I'm very proud of my paint except the cooling part, I won't reduce the flow will paint so I gave only some overspray.









Board installed, psu installed and start cable management.



Receive my second video card today, I'm waiting my water block and compression fittings. Once I receive it, project will be close of the end .
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