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04-20-2010 05:46 AM
Jolly-Swagman wc block and rad looking awesome , like how this all turned out, well done !
04-19-2010 08:51 PM
nafljhy hey, thanks for the compliment.

the rad was around $150? the pump and pump top was around another $90. and the stinger block is atleast $100. you could definitely do much cheaper though.

if you want, i can pm you with a big list as to what your options are. the list is a bit outdated BUT it'll give you a general idea of what the minimum might cost you.
04-19-2010 08:27 PM
TheLaw Wow really nice. The GPU block looks quite impressive, pump looks nice.

How much the loop run for? Might be considering a tech station soon.
09-01-2009 08:39 PM
nafljhy it might come up again after i've moved back home. but while i'm still here at school.. i don't think it'll happen.
09-01-2009 08:37 PM
jpz

Another incomplete work log for the project graveyard.
09-01-2009 06:53 PM
nafljhy kind of a sad update... i will not be doing a new techstation anymore and this techstation will be taken apart later this year. i'll be moving all it's parts into serenity. as i hope to finish that by next year.
07-27-2009 07:39 PM
nafljhy oh then 1/4" it is! it'll save me substantial amount of money! thanks again jpz!
07-27-2009 07:24 PM
jpz Yeah, you definitely don't need 1/2" acrylic. The reason I added all that support was because I thought you were dead-set on using 1/4" acrylic. 1/2" would only be necessary if you wanted the entire mobo tray to be unsupported except at the long ends like your original design.
07-27-2009 07:17 PM
Syrillian 1/2" may be overkill, and will only be necessary when the case design requires it for structural stability (Halcyon)... it also costs an "arm and a leg".

For standard "box"-shaped designs, 1/4" ought to be sufficient.

07-27-2009 07:14 PM
nafljhy alrighty. made necessary changes to my illustrator files.. next is to find nicely priced 1/2" black acrylic or i'll be using 1/4".
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