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04-07-2020 03:15 PM
NewUser16 Nice
04-07-2020 06:54 AM
Aspelta
Quote: Originally Posted by NewUser16 View Post
Wow! you guys doing great job. I have several Caselabs cases ( 6 to be precise) and all big boys that would need spare parts and I'm sure there is a big # of caselabs owner that would dish out good $ to get what they need I know I would as I'm keeping my cases ........

Btw, you've mentioned that once is all ready, the distribution would come from Poland, what parts of Poland if you don't mind me asking, but also feel free to ignore, no offence taking

Long time...... :-)
Most likely majority of you thought we gave up.
Here we are back, I guess with some good news.
It's thrue, this corona global panic slowed down a bit our activity, but we are progressin, and I think we are (technically) close to finalise first part of our project.
That means to overcome most critical production "issues".
We have changed cutting technology and also the paint.


Few pictures here (CL parts mixed with ours)
Side mount on the last picture is ours ;-) just to give you a hint, if you cannot distinguish which one is original....

Regards
Aspelta
04-06-2020 09:12 AM
chibi
Quote: Originally Posted by trainplane3 View Post
I have a noise question. Does anyone have any tips to dampen vibration of a pump/res combo? I have my reservoirs mounted to the reservoir plate that is then attached to the case itself. Are there any rubber rings I can put on the screws or something like that? I'm going to be draining the loop and general cleanup soon-ish so I'll do it then.
I use these Acousti anti-vibration pads between my fans, res, pump feet etc.

https://www.quietpcusa.com/Acousti-A...lack-P822.aspx
04-05-2020 09:31 AM
Ovrclck Does anyone have a spare cover for the 140mm fan by any chance for an s5?

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04-04-2020 05:31 PM
Ovrclck Started to get settled into the new place. Figured I'd start work on the new build.

Ordered the following today:

1. xt45 360
2. xt45 240
3. 3/8 5/8 Tygon
4. Hand full of Barrow fittings



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04-01-2020 10:40 AM
trainplane3
Quote: Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post
I used this Vibration Damping Sheet material under my pump mounting brackets and it works well. You can cut it to whatever size you need
Ok, that's an idea! I did put some sound deadening material behind the plate and along the edges but I still get vibrations/very audible humming occurring when I try to turn the pumps up at all. They're running ever so slightly above the lowest speed. I could get what you've used and run the screws through it and see if that helps then.

Here's what I used (it's also all around my case in various areas too):
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Any word on if the Aqua Computer D5 NEXT pumps are any good?
04-01-2020 07:57 AM
Barefooter
Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
was it any different than a 5mm rubber pad?
I would say it is softer than a normal rubber pad.
04-01-2020 07:15 AM
skupples was it any different than a 5mm rubber pad?
04-01-2020 06:46 AM
Barefooter
Quote: Originally Posted by trainplane3 View Post
I have a noise question. Does anyone have any tips to dampen vibration of a pump/res combo? I have my reservoirs mounted to the reservoir plate that is then attached to the case itself. Are there any rubber rings I can put on the screws or something like that? I'm going to be draining the loop and general cleanup soon-ish so I'll do it then.
I used this Vibration Damping Sheet material under my pump mounting brackets and it works well. You can cut it to whatever size you need
04-01-2020 06:32 AM
skupples you're on the right track, though you'd probably have to go down to the local hardware store to find appropriate rubber solutions.
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