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Many thanks to both NuclearCrap & Chunky_Chimp for getting this thread over here! Now show us what you guys can do with the M-series & T-series cases!
 
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post #42 of 22039
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Originally Posted by iamwardicus;12871191 
Many thanks to both NuclearCrap & Chunky_Chimp for getting this thread over here! Now show us what you guys can do with the M-series & T-series cases!

Time for you to add the official signature information to the first post tongue.gif
I am waiting on my M8 now and just finished ordering the bulk of my watercooling gear...

Anyone know of any easy way for me to find information on sleeving and purchasing sleeving? I don'tplan on doing it right now... my pocketbook needs to recover some still- but with the amount of money going into this rig I may as well learn how to sleeve stuff properly so I can get'er done sooner or later drum.gif

Looking at something like this atm http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p7263_mod-smart-Flexsleeve-Basic-System-Sleeving-Kit-white.html

But still dunno what is good/bad and where to look or what to look for - also how is everyone shrinking the heatwrap - I think my house is devoid of hairdryers as I have never seen or heard my wife use one and I shave my head tongue.gif
Edited by werds - 3/25/11 at 6:36pm
    
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Originally Posted by werds;12871779 
Time for you to add the official signature information to the first post tongue.gif
I am waiting on my M8 now and just finished ordering the bulk of my watercooling gear...

Anyone know of any easy way for me to find information on sleeving and purchasing sleeving? I don'tplan on doing it right now... my pocketbook needs to recover some still- but with the amount of money going into this rig I may as well learn how to sleeve stuff properly so I can get'er done sooner or later drum.gif

Looking at something like this atm http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p7263_mod-smart-Flexsleeve-Basic-System-Sleeving-Kit-white.html

But still dunno what is good/bad and where to look or what to look for - also how is everyone shrinking the heatwrap - I think my house is devoid of hairdryers as I have never seen or heard my wife use one and I shave my head tongue.gif

There is a great thread here on sleeving.
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Originally Posted by werds;12871779 
Time for you to add the official signature information to the first post tongue.gif
I am waiting on my M8 now and just finished ordering the bulk of my watercooling gear...

Anyone know of any easy way for me to find information on sleeving and purchasing sleeving? I don'tplan on doing it right now... my pocketbook needs to recover some still- but with the amount of money going into this rig I may as well learn how to sleeve stuff properly so I can get'er done sooner or later drum.gif

Looking at something like this atm http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p7263_mod-smart-Flexsleeve-Basic-System-Sleeving-Kit-white.html

But still dunno what is good/bad and where to look or what to look for - also how is everyone shrinking the heatwrap - I think my house is devoid of hairdryers as I have never seen or heard my wife use one and I shave my head tongue.gif


MDPC-X is probably the best you can get, little pricey after shipping though.

I've seen some high density sleeving on eBay but only in black.

If you don't have a hair blow dryer it might be best to get a dedicated heat gun if you are going to sleeve a lot of wires. They get hotter and most of them allow you to adjust the temperature. I have [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Grizzly-H0800-Heat-Gun-1200/dp/B0000DD1KP/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=industrial&qid=1301106809&sr=8-2"]this one[/ame] and it works pretty good. There also plenty of other options.
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Please add me. I got my M8 a couple days ago. I'll post a build/setup details probably the beginning of this coming week.
Pardon the messy man-cave in the background (it's my paintball/project/PC room of happiness). tongue.gif
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Also, how's this for customer service: The day before it was scheduled to arrive, Jim thought they may have shipped it with M3 screws for my HDs (He was right) and overnighted 6-32s so they would arrive when the case did. thumbsupsmiley.pngsmile.gif
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post #46 of 22039
Yay, it's official now.

Snuddi - Ouch on the taxes, but it is definately worth the cost. Case is well made, and there are multiple options to set things up.

Werd - Mdpc-x is the best high density sleeving you can get. Take a look at Nordar's Lian Li build in the watercooling section, he gives some very good pics on how to sleeve. I think Xtremesystems forum has a really good tutorial on how to do it.
Edited by VSpecII - 3/26/11 at 6:41am
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post #47 of 22039
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Originally Posted by Extreme Newbie;12872548 
There is a great thread here on sleeving.

Awesome! Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Seeing Red;12872709 
MDPC-X is probably the best you can get, little pricey after shipping though.

I've seen some high density sleeving on eBay but only in black.

If you don't have a hair blow dryer it might be best to get a dedicated heat gun if you are going to sleeve a lot of wires. They get hotter and most of them allow you to adjust the temperature. I have this one and it works pretty good. There also plenty of other options.

Perfect - just the information I needed- can start saving up for that over the summer now smile.gif
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Werd - Mdpc-x is the best high density sleeving you can get. Take a look at Nordar's Lian Li build in the watercooling section, he gives some very good pics on how to sleeve. I think Xtremesystems forum has a really good tutorial on how to do it.

Yea, I see alot of stuff come up in Google from that forum about this stuff - will take a look at the stuff you mentioned thanks!
    
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post #48 of 22039
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Since this is moved into the section it's in now, I'll go ahead and approve the official status already denoted in the title. smile.gif

Very cool! Thank you (and NuclearCrap)!! biggrin.gif
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Ok so while planning out my build I did a little MS Paint. Figured I would ask you guys here if there are any flaws that I cannot see since I still do not have the case in my possession atm. Note this will be sitting on the floor underneath my desk in a carpeted room. House has a dog that sheds like crazy and gets pretty dusty fast in here!

I plan on leaving the cover plates on the holes at the bottom of the case to reduce intake of fur and dust if possible.

The shoggy sammich will actually be a home made version using an old mouse pad and some kitchen sponges from the dollar store. The MCP350 pumps will be mounted on UN designs pump mounts in order to provide some airflow between them and the sammich.

The following drawing is not to scale! position of items drawn are generalized since I didn't have the patience to go detailed. The case I purchased is an inverted ATX - when I was laying out the drawing I forgot all about it until I started drawing the CPU block - either way layout would be similar just on a mirrored side biggrin.gif

Comments and thoughts welcome!

*Edit* 27Mar2010 - I just now posted a new layout for a possible different build... MH10!
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Doesn't look too bad. Be aware with the fan controller that you may not have room for the hookups (depending on the controller). You will have to shorten the brackets, as the top rad won't fit inbetween them due to spacing of the holes, and the brackets stick out anyways.

On a question of my own, what is the best way to shorten the drive brackets without messing up the paint?
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