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[Scratch Build] Arya

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Pranja    0

PSU cables are shortened and sleeved. New fan got resistor soldered to run quiet and it also has cable in paracord.

Now everything looks good without cable mess.

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ggsonic    0

Neat! Loving the simple build. The finished (?) product is much better than I imagined. :D

Why don't you use an acrylic on the sides instead of the mesh? IMO it will look better with acrylic because of the LED's.

Another question what does "Arya" mean?

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Pranja    0
Neat! Loving the simple build. The finished (?) product is much better than I imagined. :D

Why don't you use an acrylic on the sides instead of the mesh? IMO it will look better with acrylic because of the LED's.

Another question what does "Arya" mean?

Thanks!

I am waiting for lasercut plexi window for left side panel. Mesh is pleced on righ side panel for PSU cooling.

Arya doesn't mean anything, it's just a name that me and my friend came up with.

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Pranja    0
Due to some water spill, I have lost Arya and some peripherals. That took some time to sort out,so here are my last updates.

 

Plexi window is installed in side panel. I menaged to install it without any glue since it is 0,2 mm wider than hole.

 


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New RAM, wifi stick and MBO arrived. This time I won't use SFX PSU since I don't have enough time to modify it like last so Pico PSU will be used instead. I am still waiting for 12V adapter to arrrive.

 


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HW installed to see how it looks inside case.


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I still need to cover MBO with carbon foil like last one, resolder and sleeve Pico PSU cables, make custom cables for adapter when it arrives and cover MBO plate with leather if I menage to find it.

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Pranja    0
The work continues.

 

I couldn't find leather for MBO backplate, so I covered it with carbon foil, like I did with MBO. 

I made custom cables for Pico PSU.

 


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Adapter arrived.

 


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Pranja    0
Arya is completed.

 

Since my last update, I did the following: removed adapter from it's housing, covered it with carbon foil and made custom cables, shortened main cable on Pico PSU, mount side panels adn remove protection foil from plexi.

 


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Pranja    0
Night pics.

 


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Arya and her brothers-Scorpio prototype(left) and Scorpio Mk4 (right).

 

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