Thank you for following this project
I already got the question a few times "Already have an update?" and "When will it be finished?"
No idea, I'm not competing in casemod competitions. (Wouldn't be fair with all the sponsoring imo) and
I do this as a hobby next to 2 jobs and a family.
So I'll be looking for a spot to do something constantly as the other 3 'things' are more important.
And also the question "Why so many sponsors?"
No idea, they just want to help on this project. Would you say no?
It's certainly no full sponsored build by the way, had to save up for it bigtime.
Anyway .. I'm happy, they're happy .. hopefully you too
Preparing this build started very slowly even before the Parvum build
So testing and choosing certain products.
Different kinds of UV green acrylic.
And off course some tests with Mayhems coolant/dyes.
The fans, Gelid Wing 12 UV Green
and some UV lights added.
One of the best packages I ever got.
But more about that an other time
It's about the different Radguards I'm going to use now.
Will be using the acrylic version behind the aluminum to create an illuminated edge.
Works great with the UV leds on it
Meanwhile playing around with a DSLR from a colleague.
Finally after 3 years got myself a Canon 600D!
Best looking radiators I had in my hands till now.
The Cooler Master V1000's, Lamptron CW611's and the ssd's from previous projects.
Got one of these in my own pc now too. JonnyGuru approved
2 controllers for 2 separate pc's.
So .. lets play with the rads, fans and UV leds.
The effect I want to have. Still need to get a lot more UV/blue ledstrips.
24 x M4 hex bolts later. (For just one rad)
I have hidden one small UV ledstrip inside the Radiator.
Still in doubt if I'm also going to use a ledstrip all around the desk aiming downwards.
Will do good to the rest of the UV active material.
The 'double' Radguards.
The ones in the back will need to be modified because there are no 480 acrylic radguards.
Lovely to work like this
Till the next update!