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<b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Current Photos</span></b><br><br>
Top cover is now done. Almost back to looking like another boring old Corsair 600.. <img alt="biggrin.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/biggrin.gif"><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1571995/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1571995" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1571995/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1572000/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1572000" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1572000/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1572003/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1572003" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1572003/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><span style="font-size:10px;">Will be used for final pictures once build is finalized</span>
 
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<b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Index</span></b><br><br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439941">Current Photos</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439946">What I started with</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439947">Initial Design</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439948">Parts</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439953">Prototyping</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439954">Water Loop</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439956">Front Radiator</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439957">Top Radiator</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440175">Dust Filters</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440180">Lights</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440227">Fan Power / Control</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440234">Coolant & Tubing</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440228">Sleeveing</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440231">GPU Water Block</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus/10#post_19440236">Temperatures</a></li>
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Why call it Morpheus? I did not take the name from the Matrix movies, but instead from <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morpheus_(mythology)" target="_blank">Greek mythology</a> which is the god of dreams.<br><br><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Helpful Hint</span>: Wan't to come straight back to the Index, then simply click on the <b><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></b> next to the post heading and you will return to this section.
 

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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944">⌂</a> <b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">What I started with</span></b><br><br>
What I started with was a Corsair 600T Mesh, and here are a couple stock photos of what it looks like out of the box<br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Stock photos of a Corsair 600T</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1329673/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1329673" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1329673/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 440px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1329674/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1329674" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1329674/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 298px"></a></div>
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What I really liked about this case was it's size, not too big and not too small. I then rushed straight in and put all my parts in and quickly removed the drive bay and cleaned the look.<br><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Why no drive bay?</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">The drive bay was removed because I believe there is no longer a need for optical drives in a computer, yes I do have an external one which I never use (just in case, but then I also have a USB floppy drive). Everything I play is installed by digital sources. Additionally I do not expect to have anything more than two SSD as I have an 8 Bay NAS for all my storage, 16TB of goodness.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351959/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351959" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351959/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a></div>
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I was rather happy with this <img alt="biggrin.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/biggrin.gif"><br><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Parts List of the above layout if you are interested.</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">Intel Core i7 3930K<br>
Corsair Dominator GT CMT16GX3M4X2133C9 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3<br>
Corsair Air Series AF120 Quiet Edition Case Fan<br>
Corsair Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition Case Fan Twin Pack<br>
Corsair Graphite 600TM Mesh Window Case<br>
ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Motherboard<br>
Corsair Force Series GT 240GB SSD<br>
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690<br>
Corsair Hydro Series H100 CPU Cooler<br>
Corsair AX1200 Gold Power Supply</div>
<br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>What happened to the RIVE?</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">Well, I will cut a very long story short. When I got the original parts from <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.pccasegear.com" target="_blank">pccasegear.com</a> the CPU was dead in 4 hours whilst doing a burn in, however when it went there was a very strong smell of burnt PCB in the room, I returned the CPU and the mobo but they returned the mobo with 'no fault found'... however I complained about BSOD all the time and just weird behaviour. In the end, after 4 months I could prove that the board was having issues with memory addressing. In the end when throwing Australian Consumer Law at them I got my money back, but the trust in the board was gone.</div>
 

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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944">⌂</a> <b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Initial Design</span></b><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1329733/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1329733" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1329733/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 369px"></a><br><br>
Radiator Fan and Mount Tray<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1334154/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1334154" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1334154/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 353px"></a><br><br>
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Dust Filter Tray which insert's into the Dust Filter Mount<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366625/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366625" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366625/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 352px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1357391/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1357391" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1357391/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 350px"></a><br><br>
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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944">⌂</a> <b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Parts</span></b><br><br>
Whats in the box
<ul class="bbcode_list"><li>Intel Core i7 3930K</li>
<li>Corsair Dominator GT CMT16GX3M4X2133C9 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3</li>
<li>ASUS Rampage IV Gene Motherboard</li>
<li>Corsair Graphite 600TM Mesh Window Case</li>
<li>Corsair Force Series GT 240GB SSD</li>
<li>NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690</li>
<li>Corsair AX1200 Gold Power Supply</li>
<li>Koolance Fluorescent Clear Liquid Coolant 700mL (x2)</li>
<li>Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator (x2)</li>
<li>Bitspower Deep Bold Red O-Ring - (10 Pack) (BP-WTP-010-DRD) (x3)</li>
<li>Swiftech MCP655-PWM 12v Water Pump Module - PWM Enabled (Single Version) (x2)</li>
<li>Swiftech PWM Splitter Cable - (PWM-SC1)</li>
<li>Bitspower D5 / MCP655 Pump Mod Kit - Matte Black (BP-D5MA-MBK)</li>
<li>Bitspower Dual D5 Mod Top Extreme - POM Version (BP-2D5TOPP-BK)</li>
<li>Bitspower Dual / Single D5 Top Upgrade Kit 150 - Black (BP-D5TOPUK150P-BKBKCL)</li>
<li>Bitspower G 1/4" Temperature Sensor Stop Fitting - Matte Black (BP-MBWP-CT)</li>
<li>EK 4-Pin PWM 4-Way Splitter Cable - Sleeved Black / Black (x2)</li>
<li>BitFenix Spectre Pro 120mm Black Tinted White LED Fan (x1)</li>
<li>BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Black Tinted White LED Fan (x8)</li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092571&kind2=100" target="_blank">Bitspower CPU Block Summit EF Intel Acrylic Clear</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092771&kind2=15" target="_blank">Bitspower GPU Block VG-NGTX690 Acrylic Top</a></li>
<li>Bitspower Flow Sensor Matte Black</li>
<li>PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID 3/4OD 10ft</li>
</ul><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Whats outside the box</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">
<ul class="bbcode_list"><li>BenQ XL2420T 24in LED Widescreen Gaming Monitor</li>
<li>Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam</li>
<li>Qpad MK-85 Mechanical Keyboard</li>
<li>Saitek Cyborg R.A.T. 9 Gaming Mouse</li>
<li>Razer Manticor Elite Aluminum Gaming Mouse Mat</li>
<li>Nvidia 3D Vision 2 GeForce Glasses Kit</li>
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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944"><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></a> <b>Prototyping</b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Marking up on galvanized sheet metal</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">As you can see galvanized sheet metal is very shinny and you are not able to scribe on it with a metal scribe and when you use a marker pen I have found that it is not as clear as a finished result using a metal scribe. Also the marker pen bleeds a bit on the bare galvanized sheet metal.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1420737/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1420737" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1420737/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
So the best solution to this is give the galvanized sheet metal a quick/light spray with some under coat. The more paint you apply the harder it is to mark.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1420827/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1420827" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1420827/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
And as you can see, you are able to scribe on the sheet of metal with the greatest of easy.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1420829/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1420829" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1420829/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Not sure why I never thought of this before.</div>
<br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Indented top and front and mobo tray cut to mATX</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333550/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1333550" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333550/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br>
Chop, Chop, Chop.. Cut, Cut, Cut.. Where has my case gone <img alt="biggrin.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/biggrin.gif"><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>What cutting disks I used</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">All I can say is WOW!!! These <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&linkCode=ur2&camp=1789&creative=9325&tag=overclockdotnet-20&location=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FDremel-EZ406-Cut-Off-Mandrel-Cutting%2Fdp%2FB000FBLRVA%2Fref%3Dpd_bxgy_hi_img_y" target="_blank">Dremel 1 1/2" Metal EZ Locking disks</a> are just superb. I cut out the front and top of the case with only 1 and a half of these disks. I strongly recommend these disks.. also don't forget to wear a face mask/filter and safety glasses.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333581/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1333581" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333581/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 350px"></a></div>
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Time to insert my test radiator fan mount which I made out of aluminium. However I got distracted when making the top one and cut it short.. Dough.. no matter, these are just concept anyway, I will be making from steel latter on. One thing I did change with my design at the last minute was the air flow.. I was going to have intake from the front and exhaust from the top, I then came to my seances and changed both front and top as exhaust. This means a change to my dust filter idea for my radiators and also the front tray mount is now incorrect as I will need to push the radiator forward flush with the front <img alt="rolleyes.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif"> Wait one sec, do I have a front any more.. NOPE!!, I will just keep on going and come back to this problem.<br><br>
Quick spray job to hide the aluminium.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333552/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1333552" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333552/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
It's Christmas time, lets get those bad boy radiators in there so I can see what its going to look like.<br>
OH YEAH (in a deep base voice), SEXY!!<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333765/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1333765" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333765/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Quick modification of the mobo tray so it fits in past the top radiator, will need to make a bracket that goes around the radiator so the top section of the mobo tray has some support. This was the original cut, but when I put it in my case with the mainboard I decided to cut the far right hand side some more so my pump and res would not be obstructed and a cleaner look.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333553/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1333553" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333553/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Installed the modified mobo tray.<br>
Wet rub in the bath tub, quick dry with the hair dryer.. bish bosh bash an under coat spray job at 3am<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333554/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1333554" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1333554/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Matt Black spray job in the moring at 6am (as my Son woke me up at Sparrow Fart time), Now ready to shove all that stuff into it</div>
<br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>760mm (30'') Bending Brake / Sheet Metal Folder</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">This is going to make my life so much simpler, and got it for a steal at AU$76.00<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474304/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1474304" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474304/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 331px"></a></div>
<br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>2.5'' HDD Mounts</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">Trying to make some HDD mounts for my 2.5" SSD to mount cleanly on the back of my motherboard tray.<br>
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Made two of these in a bit of a rush, and sprayed with undercoat and then matt black as I was going away for 4 days but wanted these done. Only took 2 hours to scribe on the metal, cut, bend, spray, forced dry with heat gun and then spray again.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1518015/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1518015" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1518015/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Mounting behind the tray of the 600T was not as good as I would have liked, but then I have chopped the mainboard tray up a bit for my project so far. Any how they do look okay on the back, I mounted both trays as I wanted to do a proper size up and I want to get another SSD very soon.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1519315/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1519315" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1519315/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
Of course, matt black is never a good color for taking photos as they all blend in and its very hard to see. I must a mitt they open up exactly as expected and every easy to screw the HDDs into these mounts. The SATA power and data cables pass nicely underneith.. however when the tray is closed flush with the mainboard tray the sata cable has a very tight bend radius. Will look and see if any improvements could be made here or not.<br><br></div>
 

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The pump consists of the following parts:<br><br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li>Bitspower Dual D5 Mod Top Extreme - POM Version (BP-2D5TOPP-BK)</li>
<li>Bitspower Dual / Single D5 Top Upgrade Kit 150 - Black (BP-D5TOPUK150P-BKBKCL)</li>
<li>Bitspower D5/MCP655 Pump Mod Kit Matte Black (x2)</li>
<li>Swiftech MCP655-PWM 12v Water Pump Module - PWM Enabled (Single Version) (x2)</li>
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And looks totally awesome when put together.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1437048/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1437048" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1437048/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
One problem that I had with my Bitspower Dual D5 Mod Top Extreme pump top was that I received it from FrozenCPU with two crossed threaded threads on the inside of the Input side, which prevented me from being able to put my D5 Top Upgrade Kit 150 one with the supplied screws and it would not seal correctly. After 5 months of battle neither FrozenCPU or Bitspower are willing to replace this faulty item, and before you say I did it.. I was already on 100% on alert as you are inserting a metal screw into soft POM plastic.. <img alt="mad.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/mad.gif"> FrozenCPU sent me faulty goods.. poor form guys.<br><br>
In the end I have resulted in using M3x12mm Socket Cap screws, which should have been supplied with the 150 Mod top.<br><br>
Swiftech MCP655-PWM 12v Water Pump Module - PWM Enabled (Single Version) (x2)<br>
Buy using PWM pumps I planned that the system would regulate the flow rate as required by plugging the PWM cable into the CPU fan header on the main-board. My thinking is this, if the CPU gets hot then the pumps will drive harder causing more flow and the increase in flow rate would cool the system, well.. as long as the radiators can disperse the heat and cool the water passing through them.<br><br>
Both Swiftech MCP655-PWM 12v Water Pump Module are connected to a Swiftech PWM Splitter Cable and this is plugged into the main CPU fan header on the main-board.<br><br>
One thing I must state about these Swiftech MCP655-PWM pumps is that they are totally silent when running at 100% and you have no bubbles in your loop. I was expecting a hum or a droning noise, but was totally shocked to hear nothing at all. You have to open the side case and put your ear directly on the pump casings to hear the pumps.<br><br>
Swiftech PWM Splitter Cable - (PWM-SC1) cable wiring diagram<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1437046/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1437046" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1437046/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 472px; height: 247px"></a><br><br>
Some of the Army of Bitspower Mat Black connectors, I have since changed all the green o-rings over too red.. I know you can't see them but I know that they are there.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1437093/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1437093" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1437093/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 187px"></a><br><br>
Thoughts about the Bitspower Matt Black brass fittings, as they say "A picture is worth a thousand words".<br><br>
This is what I found, not exactly what I would have expected to find.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1440096/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1440096" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1440096/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 332px"></a><br><br>
I also have a couple Bitspower Chrome fittings and the finish on these are great, even when using tools on them they dont loose there paint.. not like the Matt Black, as an example I have tightened some of the 15mm extension fittings with my fingers and when you take a close look you can see some of the Matt Black paint has come off or is worn down <img alt="mad.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/mad.gif"> good thing I keep my trusty black marker next to me.<br><br>
Final plumbing of the front, this is my 4th and final change and I am happy with it now. This allowed me to move the water pump and reservoir forward 1 inch. As you can also notice I have changed my reservoir tube from clear to iced black. This looks much better and also hides the pink tinge that keeps on coming back in the radiator coolant from first putting red coolant through my system.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1529942/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1529942" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1529942/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a>
 

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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944"><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></a> <b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Front Radiator</span></b><br><br>
The Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator just naturally fits into the front of this case once you have removed the 5.25" & 3.5" drive bays. There is approximately 2mm on the top and 3mm on the bottom and 12mm on each side.<br><br>
This is by far one of my most favorite mods to this case as I was the first to do it, and since then I have given directions on how simple this is. All you need do is de-pot rivet the 5.25" drive bay out and then stick in the radiator, it is that simple. You will need to make some mounts to hold the radiator of course.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1372233/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1372233" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1372233/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
Made a new front out of some 0.6mm galvanized sheet metal.<br>
Quick spray with some under coat to make it easy to scribe up and then cutting out. Now ready to be bent.<br><br>
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Bent, sprayed Matt Black and pot riveted into the case.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1436952/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1436952" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1436952/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
Fans mounted. Of course I have threaded the sheet metal with a M3 tap.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1529935/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1529935" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1529935/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 410px"></a>
 

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This was the most challenging and thought provoking mini project I wanted to do to this case, after falling in love with the Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator in the front of my computer I wanted a second one up top, I know I could have just put a 360 up there... But where is the challenge in that. <img alt="thumb.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/thumb.gif"><br><br>
After putting the radiator in, and a sigh of a relief.. oops, the doors would not close as the door handles where hitting the sides of my radiator. Simple enough to fix, I just picked up my handy little cutting blade and took off a good section leaving enough for the door handles to still work as they where intended.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351961/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351961" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351961/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
So now I have removed the top prototype tray with the final version.<br><br>
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This tray has been extended by 35mm and the depth changed to 15mm from the original prototype, this should allow me to put the top cover on and by extending the tray means I can insert this one unit (holding my all the fans and radiator) from the top of the case. So working on my case just means the removal / insert of this tray and will mean less work in pulling everything apart. Additionally it is much easier to work on.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563113/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563113" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563113/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563114/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563114" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563114/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
As you can see, by having all this in one unit is much cleaner and easier to work with.<br><br>
Also, all the wiring from both side of the fans go into a custom circuit board I made meaning that I no longer have cables going directly to the the main board and a huge clutter of cables have been removed. And also will assist in the control of the LEDs on this radiator. Inside and outside LEDs with have independent control.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563132/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563132" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563132/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a>.<br><br><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>The installation of the tray.</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563126/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563126" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563126/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563128/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563128" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563128/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563129/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563129" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563129/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a></div>
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This is what the tray looks like installed.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563130/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1563130" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1563130/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a>
 

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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944"><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></a> <b>Mainboard Tray and Back Case</b>
 

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Honeycomb. (79% airflow)<br>
22 gauge perforated plain steel. 0.6mm<br>
1/4" hexagon holes with 9/32" staggered centers.<br>
24" x 12" = 60cm x 30cm<br><br>
Looks like I have finally found my mesh, lets hope postage is not a killler<br><br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://arrowmetal.com.au/products/perforated-metal/" target="_blank">ArrowMetal.com.au - Perforated Metal</a><br><br>
Perforated Metal PATTERN 223 – 62% OPEN AREA<br>
4mm Diameter Holes x 4.8mm Staggered Pitch<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1616463/"><img alt="CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 100" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1616463" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1616463/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 214px; height: 155px"></a><br><br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.metalmesh.com.au/" target="_blank">http://www.metalmesh.com.au/</a><br><br>
Perforated Patterns - H 6 64%<br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://australia.rs-online.com/web/c/abrasives-engineering-materials/mild-steel-tube-sheets-angles/perforated-steel-sheets/?sort-by=default&sort-order=default&view-type=List" target="_blank">australia.rs-online.com - Perforated Steel Sheets</a><br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://australia.rs-online.com/web/p/perforated-steel-sheets/4475256/" target="_blank">Perforated steel sheet,6mm hex hole</a><br><br>
Hole Layout 60°<br>
Hole Size 6 mm, 6 (Across Flat) mm<br>
Length 1000mm<br>
Magnetic Yes<br>
Material Galvanised Steel<br>
Open Area Percentage 79%<br>
Pattern Number 13<br>
Thickness 0.7mm<br>
Width 500mm<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1616687/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1616687" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1616687/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 223px; height: 193px"></a><br><br>
Cost $27.02 which includes two sheets and free postage.<br>
So its a no brainer, I purchased a quantity of 2. Same product as mnpctech but will now save myself over $100 and have a larger size and more material to work with.
 

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One problem that I faced with my old build was dust, even though I cleaned my case and the case dust filters once every week my top radiator (exhaust) on my Corsair H100 collected loads of dust within only four months.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351953/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351953" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351953/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
So what I want to do with this build is to incorporate some dust filters between the inside fans and radiator as a secondary line of deference against dust, the first line being the intake filter.<br><br>
One thing I have noticed with every build out there, is that they have no filters on there exhaust radiators and normally these radiator are squeezed in and you have no chance for maintenance... if you have ever cleaned a radiator covered in dust it is not fun, you can not use a can of high pressure air as it just sits there and you have to clean manually.. and the risk of bending all those fins is increase. So all these builds look great now, BUT what about in 6mths time.. if you don't keep your radiators clean from dust your temps will rise, if you don't make it easy to clean you will never clean it.<br><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>The tools I used for this project</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370371/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1370371" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370371/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Tools for cutting and scoring.<br>
G Clamps<br>
Guide Rail<br>
Cutting Disc's<br>
Rotary Tool<br>
Safety Glasses<br>
Face Mask - Ensure is adequate for metal cutting</div>
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As you can see there are four 6mm holes on the out side so you can insert your counter sunk 3mm screws through these holes and then use the inside mount to attach to the radiator, these large outside holes will be covered over by the dust filter tray once inserted.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366428/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366428" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366428/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366429/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366429" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366429/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366594/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366594" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366594/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Dust filter tray, just needs to be sprayed and dust filter material glued on.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366595/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366595" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366595/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
As you can see, once the dust filter tray is inserted the 4 outside holes are covered over by the internal tray.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366597/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366597" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366597/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366598/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366598" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366598/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Can support up to 5mm dust filter material if needed.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366600/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366600" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366600/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366604/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366604" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366604/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
Dust filter tray closed, nice and flush with the mount.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366606/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1366606" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1366606/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
What the tray and mount looks like in the system before I spray them both matt black and add some dust filter material.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370281/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1370281" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370281/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
What the two top trays look like attached to the top radiator.<br><br>
NEXT SECTION IS NOT YET FINISHED<br><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>How I made the Dust filter mounts and trays</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370286/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1370286" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370286/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Cutting the metal in a straight line. Sounds simple right!! well I tried 2 times doing this by hand and it just does not work and its even worse when you try and fold on the metal scoring you do.<br><br>
So all you need is two G clamps, some wood as the working base (so you don't damage your cutting disc's) and a guide rail of some sort, hard steel would be better so it last longer.<br><br>
Position the section you want cut or scored just over the edge of the working base so its easier to cut, then line up the guide rail with the outside marks of what you want to cut. For other words the edge you want to keep and want straight should be underneath the guide rail so you don't over cut.<br><br>
Now run the blade backwards and forwards along side the guide rail, first off you will be doing scoring. Which is taking off a couple 100th of a mm or inch. This scoring is what you will do when you want to fold the metal, when you do this scoring you are making it easier to bend and keep a straight fold. The trick is to find the right amount of scoring without going to deep.. if you don't do it enough you wont get a clean fold.<br><br>
Unless you have a sheet metal bender, I found this to be the only solution to do what I needed to do.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370290/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1370290" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370290/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
As you can see, a near perfect straight line cut when using a guide rail.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370293/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1370293" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1370293/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
As you can see, I have scored on the fold lines which you might want to practice before doing on your final piece. This scoring will make it easier to fold the metal, but also at the same time make it weaker.. but then the fold will add extra support and strength.. so win, loose, win, win.<br></div>
<br><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Initial Testing</span></b><br>
So i have been running the custom dust trays for a couple of weeks now, and all has been very good. I did start to get some slight rattling noise from the front trays, but after a couple of Martini's it came to me.. I have added some magnetic tape on the inside of tray latch which touches the radiator frame.. this has now removed all traces of rattles and the resistance of the magnetic tape is so slight it is still super easy to open. <img alt="thumb.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/thumb.gif">
 

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Well, everyone has there own feeling about this and I really wanted to accomplish the best of both worlds. Maximum lights for showing off, minimal lights for normal use and then stealth.. no lights so my Son leaves my computer alone <img alt="wink.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/wink.gif"><br><br>
This is one of the reason why I chose the BitFenix Spectre Pro series, as they break out an extra two wires which act as On/Off, I then want to connect to some switches so I can choose the lighting affect I want.<br><br>
I wanted to go for Red lights mainly because the only time I get for myself if late at night, so all my gaming is really done at night time and Red helps with your night vision as I normally have no other lights on.<br><br>
I really liked the look of the BitFenix Spectre Pro 200 fans with the clear plastic center, White LED version. But when I looked at the Red LED version they came with red clear plastic, which I thought that this would be too much red in my system... especially when want to turn some of these LEDs off... So I went through the expense and time of changing all my BitFenix White LEDs to LED 5mm Red Waterclear 12000mcd one, which almost cost the same amount as the fan was worth to start off with..<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351911/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351911" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351911/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
White versus Red LEDs, was toying with the idea of having White LEDs on the outside and Red LEDs on the inside or vice versa.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351915/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351915" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351915/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Changed all the LEDs to Red and the Jerry rigged the PSU so I could see all the pretty lights.<br><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351900/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351900" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351900/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Fan Lights Off<br><br>
This is how it looks normally <img alt="biggrin.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/biggrin.gif"><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351903/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351903" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351903/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Fan Lights On<br><br>
Crazy!!! I know, but some people like this... its good to have the option to have either on or off.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1373375/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1373375" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1373375/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 331px"></a><br><br><br><b><span style="font-size:16px;">Fan and LED circuit board</span></b><br><br>
This circuit board was made so I could remove a large section of wires coming from my fans, each board powers 4 fans and can return the speed of one fan back to the main board. I also wired up two points for the fan LEDs, this way I can control inside lights and outside lights.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1519323/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1519323" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1519323/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 172px"></a><br><br>
As you can see from the following photo the board fits in between the two inside fan on the back side so they are not right in your face when you take the main side cover off.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1519336/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1519336" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1519336/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 490px"></a>
 

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I only want my fans to be using either Low or High voltage, this being +7v on low and +12v on high.. as I see no point in any voltage in between. This should work out to be either quite and loud or slow and fast operation on my Fans. Additionally I would like to control all of this from just one switch, and I have no space for a normal Fan controller. So my investigation begins in how I can accomplish this.<br><br><b>7 Volt Push Back Method</b><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1459552/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1459552" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1459552/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 253px; height: 321px"></a><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Further Information:</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">The popular '7 volt fan mod' is produced by replacing the ground wire with the 5V rail like so:<br><br>
7V = 12V + 5V<br><br>
The 5V 'pushes back' at the 12V, giving an effective voltage of 7V (12-5).<br><div class="quote-container"><span>Quote:</span>
<div class="quote-block">Mini Article - The 7-Volt Mod<br>
only use this mod with a decent quality PSU as it may damage cheaper, lower quality PSUs. Also, if starting your PSU with the wire trick, do not use this fan mod, as there will be no additional load on the PSU (this could result in physical damage to your PSU). <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.ithinkibrokeit.co.uk/articles/7vmod/page1.php" target="_blank">ithinkibrokeit</a></div>
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<br><b>Fan Controller - High / Low Voltage</b><br><br>
What I experienced with the 7V push back method. As I wanted to be able to control my fans with either 12V or 7V and I really did not want a huge fan controller taking up needed space I thought this method of getting 7V and 12V would be good, as the supplier of the fans give a connector doing the exact same mod. What I noticed was that when switching from 12V to 7V the Sense speed reported to the mainboard stopped working, this raised a concern with me as I suspect the way I am getting 7V is not liked by the fan sense. So I have now opted for Low Voltage Adaptor Kit to regulate a correct 7V and then bypass for the 12V depending if I want to run my fans on low or high voltage.<br><br>
Low Voltage Adaptor Kit / Versatile Regulated Voltage Adaptor Kit <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=KA1797" target="_blank">CAT. NO. KA1797</a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1494445/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1494445" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1494445/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 350px"></a><br><br>
Wiring Diagram<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1614822/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1614822" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1614822/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 329px; height: 367px"></a><br><br>
Of course I am running one bank of fans from one Low Voltage Adapter Kit (4x Fans) and then the other bank of fans from another Low Voltage Adapter Kit (4x Fans). With the above wiring diagram this is using one Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) Switch, but if you wanted to control two setups off one switch all you need to use is a Double Pole Double Throw (DPDT) switch instead of the SPDT. With the SPDT switch you will have three prongs on the bottom of the switch as I have shown, the DPDT switches have six prongs so if you looked at the above wiring diagram and then mirrored it, one side would be for one adapter kit and the other three prongs would be for the other adapter kit.. this will mean I can control all my fans with a single switch for low or high voltage which works out to be either low or high speed or quite and loud.<br><br><b>Switches</b><br>
Fan Lighting<br>
DPDT Sub-Miniature Toggle Switch - Solder Tag <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=ST0310" target="_blank">CAT. NO. ST0310</a><br>
SPDT Sub-Miniature Toggle Switch - Solder Tag <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=ST0300" target="_blank">CAT. NO. ST0300</a><br><br>
Fan 12v to 7v Switch<br>
Sub-miniature DPDT Panel Mount Switch- Slide style <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=SS0852" target="_blank">CAT. NO. SS0852</a><br>
This is my favourite, and will use this type.
 

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Sleeving I purchased from <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.mdpc-x.com/" target="_blank">http://www.mdpc-x.com/</a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351962/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351962" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351962/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li>Sleeve Kit - <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://de.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-sleeve/sleeve-kits-werkzeuge/sleeve-kits/mdpc-konjunkturpaket.htm" target="_blank">MDPC STIMULUS PACKAGE</a></li>
<li>Sleeve Small - <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://de.mdpc-x.com/mdpc-sleeve/sleeve/sleeve-small-color-x.htm" target="_blank">Color-X</a> Cinnabar-red, known for centuries as the "dragon's blood"</li>
<li>MDPC Crimping Tool + 160 Crimps</li>
<li>4-PIN MOLEX BLACK - JACK</li>
<li>Cable Clips</li>
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As a comparison I am also using some Bitspower Delux Sleeve. Bitspower 1/4" sleeve on the left and MDPC small sleeve on the right.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351964/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351964" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351964/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 667px"></a><br><br>
Size Comparison<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1438467/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1438467" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1438467/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 470px"></a><br><br><br>
Bitspower Delux Sleeve 1/4" = 6.35mm<br>
MDPC-X Sleeve Small = 4.4mm<br>
Bitspower Delux Sleeve 1/8" = 3.175mm<br>
Bitspower Delux Sleeve 1/16" = 1.5875mm - Way too small for 18AWG wire<br><br>
Note: 18 AWG wire is from my Corsair AX1200<br><br>
As you can see they are very close, I would say the Bitspower sleeve is much tighter than the MDPC and you can get the sleeve in a better size range and the black color is exactly the same, however the color is currently very limiting.<br><br>
I will still be proceeding with the sleeving when I get a chance.<br><br><b>Sleeving Scheme</b><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1450056/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1450056" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1450056/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 400px; height: 201px"></a><br><br>
Corsair PSU AX1200 Modular Connector (Full Set 16pcs) from <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.moddiy.com/products/Corsair-PSU-Professional-AX1200-Modular-Connector-(Full-Set-16pcs).html" target="_blank">modDIY.com</a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1440272/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1440272" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1440272/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 467px"></a><br><br>
Don't make the same mistake that I did, a Modular Connector set means the Power Supply Unit side only, not a full set from the PSU to the Main board. So I really don't see a purpose in this set as you will need to use the connectors from the original cables any how, or purchase all the other connectors..<br><br><b>Wiring Diagrams</b><br><br>
Took my cables apart for my Corsair AX1200 PSU and did the following wiring diagram, also checked with a couple other sources.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1457176/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1457176" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1457176/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 354px"></a><br><br>
And here is a good printable PDF
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</a></span><br><br><b>Let the Sleeving Commence</b><br><br>
So now I have watched all the videos that LutroO has so kindly created, <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1262904/video-sleeving-guide-series">Video Sleeving Guide Series</a>, and many thanks <img alt="thumb.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/thumb.gif"><br><br>
I did not have one of the correct Molex pin remover tools, which I have since ordered. I did make up a temp pin remover from a small paper clip, I used a thin small one and then flattened the metal down with a pair of pliers.. it work rather well.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1472478/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1472478" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1472478/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 467px"></a><br><br>
After doing my PCI-E cables with heat shrink, I decided to try doing it the Heatshrinkless Method. As you can see from the photo below the heatshrinkless method looks much better and is much faster to do.. well I found it much faster and the results speak for themselves.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1451807/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1451807" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1451807/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
ATX 24 cable done, and as you can see it matches in with the color scheme spot on. Almost the same red that Corsair use on the Memory and what ASUS use on the ROG boards.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1457182/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1457182" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1457182/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
How I am keeping all my sleeving together, I have not seen anyone else do this so it might be wrong to do but I like things hidden.<br><br>
I have done some light stitching on the inside of the sleeve trying to keep all off one row in alignment, the other row is then also done but lined up and stitched as close as possible. Then once I have done all the stitching on the inside I then put the two rows of sleeving together as they should be and then did some very light stitching in between the sleeve holding the two inner stitching in place.. just really looping around the two inner stitches.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1460633/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1460633" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1460633/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
I know the following picture is really bad, I will take another one when I get a chance.<br><br>
This is my Y split on one of my ATX cables. I put all the ends of the sleeve together and then used some heat shrink that did not close fully so I could melt all the ends toghether, once cooled I could then pull the sleeving and do the heat shrinkless method on the connector ends.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1460644/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1460644" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1460644/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 263px"></a><br><br>
Got my second lot of MDPC-X sleeving<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474281/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1474281" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474281/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
And even forked out for the Molex tools<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474284/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1474284" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474284/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Nils was even nice enough to draw a custom dog for me... how special do I feel now <img alt="thumb.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/thumb.gif"><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474450/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1474450" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1474450/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 352px"></a>
 

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Bench marking with <b>Valley Benchmark 1.0</b><br>
With out water block FPS 79.1 and GPU 89'C<br>
With water block FPS 77.4 and GPU 47'C<br><br>
This is my shinny new water block for my ASUS Nvidia GTX 690 from <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.bitspower.com.tw" target="_blank">http://www.bitspower.com.tw</a> which I have to thank Lily and Vincent for selling me one as they are yet to arrive in Australia and stock is very limited.<br><br>
Been holding off for sometime getting a water block as I wanted a nice looking acrylic top so I can see the radiator fluid. I did look at the EK ones, but really!! Frosted and crop circles.. no thanks.. and then I found this.<br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.bitspower.com.tw/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=6_20&products_id=3078" target="_blank">VG-NGTX690 Acrylic Top<br></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351978/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351978" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351978/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br>
Front<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351979/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351979" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351979/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
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Other goodies<br>
Also comes with a Crystal Link kit (19/39/60/80mm)<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351985/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351985" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351985/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br>
Water block now fitted to my ASUS GTX690<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351983/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351983" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351983/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1372237/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1372237" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1372237/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1353145/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1353145" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1353145/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a>
 

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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944"><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></a> <b>Coolant & Tubing</b><br><br>
System with Red Coolant<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351922/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351922" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351922/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li>Koolance Fluorescent Red Liquid Coolant 700mL (x2) LIQ-702RD-B</li>
<li>PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID 3/4OD</li>
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48 hours latter and almost 40 liters used and all (well almost) the red coolant is gone<br>
I am thinking of doing the system now with clear cooland, black piping and colored LEDs on the important stuff, CPU, GPU and RES/Pumps and having my Fan LEDs off.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351924/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351924" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351924/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li>Distilled Water</li>
<li>PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Clear 1/2ID 3/4OD</li>
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System after flushing of the Red Coolant<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351900/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1351900" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1351900/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a><br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li>Koolance Fluorescent Clear Liquid Coolant 700mL (x2) LIQ-702CL-B</li>
<li>PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing Black 1/2ID 3/4OD</li>
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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944"><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></a> <b>Temperatures</b><br><br>
10/03/[email protected]:30<br>
GPU Bench Marking - Valley Benchmark 1.0<br>
Overclock: CPU 4.7 / DRAMM 1333MHz<br>
Ambient 24.0°c<br>
CPU 41.0°c<br>
GPU 47.0°c<br>
FPS 77.4<br>
Fans 7v<br><br>
10/03/[email protected]:00<br>
Normal Load<br>
Overclock: CPU 4.7 / DRAMM 1333MHz<br>
Ambient 24.0°c<br>
CPU 37.0°c<br>
GPU 28.0°c<br>
Fans 7v<br><br>
10/03/[email protected]:45<br>
CPU Intel Burn Test v.2.54<br>
Standard<br>
Overclock: CPU 4.7 / DRAMM 1333MHz<br>
Ambient 24.0°c<br>
CPU 61.0°c<br>
D5 Pumps 4800rpm<br>
Fans 7v
 

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<a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1367658/case-mod-corsair-600t-morpheus#post_19439944"><span style="font-size:16px;">⌂</span></a> Reserved<br><br>
Spray Paint Used
<ul class="bbcode_list"><li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/online-store/products/PK0060-Power-Plus-Etch-Primer-350g.aspx?pid=0006#Cross" target="_blank">Power Plus Etch Primer, 350g, PK0060</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/online-store/products/Power-Plus-Touch-Up-Paint-Matt-Black-350g-PK0090.aspx?pid=4968#Cross" target="_blank">Power Plus Touch Up Paint - Matt Black, 350g, PK0090</a></li>
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Dust Filter Material
<ul class="bbcode_list"><li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.moddiy.com/products/Premium-High-Quality-Ultra-Thin-0.17mm-PVC-Case%7B47%7DFan-Dust-Filter-Material.html" target="_blank">Premium High Quality Ultra Thin 0.17mm PVC Case/Fan Dust Filter Material</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.moddiy.com/products/Premium-Dust-Filter-Material-%2850cm-x-40cm-x-3mm%29-.html" target="_blank">Premium Dust Filter Material (50cm x 40cm x 3mm)</a></li>
</ul><br><br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__11852__Turnigy_Pure_Silicone_Wire_18AWG_1mtr_Black.html" target="_blank">Turnigy Pure-Silicone Wire 18AWG (1mtr) Black</a><br>
PRODUCT ID: B18A150-08<br>
$0.51 / 1 METER<br>
Weight: 31g<br><br><br>
High quality TURNIGY Soft Silicone wire.<br>
High strand count.<br>
Pure copper & pure silicone.<br>
Temp rating: 200Deg C<br>
Guage: AWG 18#<br><br><br><br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9680__Turnigy_Pure_Silicone_Wire_16AWG_1mtr_BLACK.html" target="_blank">Turnigy Pure-Silicone Wire 16AWG (1mtr) BLACK</a><br>
PRODUCT ID: B16A483-06<br>
$0.99 / 1 METER<br>
Weight: 29g<br><br><br>
High quality TURNIGY Silicone wire.<br>
High strand count.<br>
Pure copper & pure silicone.<br>
Temp rating: 200Deg C<br>
Guage: AWG 16#<br><ul class="bbcode_list"><li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1262904/video-sleeving-guide-series">Video Sleeving Guide Series</a></li>
<li><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/633059/how-to-12v-to-7v-using-a-single-3-way-switch">12v to 7v using a single 3 way switch</a></li>
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