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post #21 of 74 (permalink) Old 08-07-2014, 03:53 AM - Thread Starter
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This took a while but here it is now.

I made a sign with my project name on it. Idea was to glue characters on plexi and then lit it up with LEDs, but it was too hard to read it. So I glue them on a carbon sticker, it si close enough i guess.

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ZZZA7432

ZZZA7435

ZZZA7440

ZZZA7444

14-1-14

Paste a transparent foil to prevent charcters falling down...Finished:

14-2-7

Yes, it could and should be better.



Painted top panel to black texture finish.

ZZZA7453

Received gift from CoolerMaster...many thanks!

14-1-13


Alphacool NexXxos 7950/7970 serie v2 VS EK -FC7970
CranBerry CM 690 II

RIGHT now I'm working on my GPU. Inform u immediately.

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post #22 of 74 (permalink) Old 08-07-2014, 06:51 AM
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How do you do the stickerbombing?

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post #24 of 74 (permalink) Old 08-19-2014, 06:14 AM - Thread Starter
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Here are some final touches of my CranBerry, it's coming very well together and stronger than ever.

As far as big changes go, I am proud to say that they are done.

Let's move to these final touches then!

CranBerry-2

CranBerry-6

CranBerry-7

If anyone was wondering, why these contacts around the mounting hole are for, well they are there to make your motherboard grounded. It is very recommended that u use washer like in the picture. If computer isn't well grounded there is risk of 75Volts on your case.

CranBerry-4

Shroud mounting.

CranBerry-16

A little too long screw, but that's okay...

CranBerry-17

Holes for pump tubing and GPU power cables.

CranBerry-19

Easy accessable pump rpm controller.

CranBerry-22

As soon as i attempted to mount a fan on the radiator I realised a problem...

CranBerry-8

So I did something about it...

CranBerry-10

Perfect! Now, let's bomb it!

CranBerry-11

CranBerry-12

CranBerry-13

And it fits.

CranBerry-14

Package containing 360mm rad + fans.

CranBerry-15

Final touches to fans on 360mm rad.

CranBerry-20

Beacuse I frequently use my SD card reader and stock mask was ugly I modded it as well.

CranBerry-23

CranBerry-24

CranBerry-25

CranBerry CM 690 II

Very nice.


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Beautiful work! Please upload some pictures of the entire final product!

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I am sure you will, but just remember to turn all the print on the tubing away from the camera on your final build.

It just helps to make a nicer picture.

But keep up the great work thumb.gif
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END.

CranBerry was my first 'big' project. Although it was my first time at almost everything it turned out pretty decent. Let the pictures say the rest...

CranBerry CM 690 II

CranBerry CM 690 II

CranBerry CM 690 II
Had a little of fun with steel wool.

CranBerry CM 690 II

CranBerry CM 690 II

They say, u capture man's soul when shooting in B&W. CranBerry in his birthplace smile.gif
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Many thanks, but I would expect a bit more of a reply's at the end smile.gif

And as always, don't be afraid to RATE/COMMENT or let me know how do u think it looks.
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