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post #2231 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-30-2015, 11:07 PM
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Gigabyte Brix with custom case and watercooling, roughly 2 litres in volume. Everything metal is hand made, watercooling customized from various bits I've collected over the years.














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LC Worklog: Laine's Purple Haze - AC Worklog: Laine's Malay
LC Worklog: Laine's Red Wine - LC Worklog: Laine's Simplicity
AC Worklog: Laine's Curreal - AC Worklog: Laine's Malay
AC Worklog: Laine's Nano - LC Worklog: Laine's Mono
LC Worklog: Laine's Clarity - XB Worklog: Laine's Aestrial
LC Worklog: Laine's Luna - KB Worklog: Laine's Aeronaut
XB Worklog: Laine's Zephyr - AMP Worklog: Laine's Phantom
PI Worklog: Laine's Aerial - LC Worklog: Laine's Noir

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I am drooling. That is some fine craftsmanship.

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post #2233 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-31-2015, 04:56 AM
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I see some of these creations and it makes me wish I had the half that money and/or talent!

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Seen it already at Sweclockers but that still looks amazing. Looks very sci-fi!
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That Brix is beautiful!


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post #2237 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-31-2015, 03:15 PM
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I am drooling. That is some fine craftsmanship.
Happy you like it, got quite a few projects like it going on right now, so there will be more later on.

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Seen it already at Sweclockers but that still looks amazing. Looks very sci-fi!
Really? That's awesome!

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That Brix is beautiful!
Thank you very much!

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Wow that Brix looks amazing, is there a build log to it?
Thank you!

Not in English, but it's mainly just pictures in this overview anyway: http://www.sweclockers.com/galleri/13511-laines-luna

Full log with details: http://www.sweclockers.com/forum/trad/1356554-laines-luna

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LC Worklog: Laine's Purple Haze - AC Worklog: Laine's Malay
LC Worklog: Laine's Red Wine - LC Worklog: Laine's Simplicity
AC Worklog: Laine's Curreal - AC Worklog: Laine's Malay
AC Worklog: Laine's Nano - LC Worklog: Laine's Mono
LC Worklog: Laine's Clarity - XB Worklog: Laine's Aestrial
LC Worklog: Laine's Luna - KB Worklog: Laine's Aeronaut
XB Worklog: Laine's Zephyr - AMP Worklog: Laine's Phantom
PI Worklog: Laine's Aerial - LC Worklog: Laine's Noir

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post #2238 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-31-2015, 08:53 PM - Thread Starter
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Gigabyte Brix with custom case and watercooling, roughly 2 litres in volume. Everything metal is hand made, watercooling customized from various bits I've collected over the years.



Wow, this is amazing. Very good craftmanship. Do you have the lengths of the red lines so I can calculate the area? also the depth as well

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Wow, this is amazing. Very good craftmanship. Do you have the lengths of the red lines so I can calculate the area? also the depth as well
Thank you very much! I really appreciate the kind response I get here!

Both the measurements and the area are (somewhat) present on the picture you show. The surface area is 1,6 dm2, and it's 15cm deep. It's 2.4 litres in volume.

However both the back and front pieces feature a slightly angled lower part and I've not taken this into account yet, it's somewhere inbetween 2 and 2.4 litres.

Edit: It's 2.345 litres with the tapered front and back.

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LC Worklog: Laine's Purple Haze - AC Worklog: Laine's Malay
LC Worklog: Laine's Red Wine - LC Worklog: Laine's Simplicity
AC Worklog: Laine's Curreal - AC Worklog: Laine's Malay
AC Worklog: Laine's Nano - LC Worklog: Laine's Mono
LC Worklog: Laine's Clarity - XB Worklog: Laine's Aestrial
LC Worklog: Laine's Luna - KB Worklog: Laine's Aeronaut
XB Worklog: Laine's Zephyr - AMP Worklog: Laine's Phantom
PI Worklog: Laine's Aerial - LC Worklog: Laine's Noir

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I finally started trying to get my geeekmax case build put together but for some reason the motherboard won't line up with the motherboard standoff when I have the I/O shield on. It lines up perfectly fine without it and as soon as I place the I/O shield in, Only one bottom and one top screw will line up. I may have to rethink this build with a new motherboard and waterblock. The acrylic has some small stress fracture where the standoffs are from the weight of the waterblock I wanted to use for this build lol

EDIT: Tried a second motherboard and it doesn't line up when an I/O panel is attached either. No clue I guess my back panel is defective or something. I guess I'll just use this case for plex. Glad I didn't break the bank on this case

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