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kier

Project: CM-HAF-XL

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kier    1

Hi mate,

Have asked my friend where he bought the pads. and he bought them from a Dutch kind off e-bay site

but i coudlnt find them anymore. So i have send Recom a mail, if they know some sellingpoints of the pads

Waiting for there reply

edit:

just received a mail from Recom: just send recom.nl a mail, they can deliver the pads ;)

Hi kier,

I'll send the email to them right now and see how to buy some pads for my future projects.

Thank you very much for your help !!!!!! :cheers::cheers::cheers::cheers::cheers::cheers:

I keep an eye on your project waiting by news. :shock:

No problem, glad to help

Updates coming up

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kier    1

Small sticker update

Cut out and placed all the stickers

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Some places have bubbles, so need to rub them out

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And the I/O blocks (or how do you call them?) also black

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Smd strips where ordered today, and iam very curious how this looks

Ordered green smd strips, smd Uv strips and some other led strips to test

The whole thing...

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By the way, there's gonna be an airflow behind the acryl and the motherboard, so dont wurry ;)

grtzzz.

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kier    1

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Update: Midplate & Noise reduction

Last days did some thinking about the hdd/ssd bays. used for this the original Haf bay, cut it in 2 pieces

One for the ssd's and one for the hdd's

Bay 1 for the ssd

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Bay 2 for the hdd

Hmmm my new friend, Mr. Gorillatorch, helped me a lot lately with my build

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Again bay 2

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Gonna place them like this

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Bay 2 installed

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And bay 1 beneed the slimeline dvd drive.

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Have made a bay for the slimline dvd-rw

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fits perfectly

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just about this, need to do some little things to it, to make it look better, but for now.....

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Cut out a piece for the dvd

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Fits also

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The opening for the power cable to my gpu's

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For the noise reduction i used some isolation tape

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And grind a piece of my ceiling plate

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Vry nice piece i think

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This is all beeing covered with a midplate 5mm black acryl

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like this

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Replaced the original rivets for countersunk rivets.

The original rivet

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countersunk rivets with tape for protection

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Whole back is finished for another idea

For this update i wanna thank Mr. Sammie

He has given my some very nice led strips

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Green silicone strips

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Green Smd strips

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Uv purple Smd strips

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And he's given my a nice suprice..... a nice RGB strip

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Not gonna use them in this mod, but maybe the next one to come

also did some nice things with my pumps. Sawn 4 pieces of acryl.

2 x uv green acryl 5mm

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And 2 x Black acryl 5mm

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Need to polish them

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Sawn the green acryl one more time with 4 feet instead of 2

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black acryl under the pump

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my 2 pumps ready to go

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Looks nice i think on my black midplate. and placed a single led in it

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Placed in the Haf with the led

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And some pics in the dark

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Thats it for today ;)

Grtzzz.

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footman    0

Impressive mod. I wish I had the time, money and skillz.....

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asgneto    0

Your project is looking great ... the finish is first class modding.

Keep moving.

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kier    1

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My reset button is now the eject button for the slotloader on the aquaero

Mr. wwwicked thanks a lot, i owe you one

Some stuff from my favorite shop

I,ve seen this fluid by the L3p desk, what looks really good ;)

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Black extenders, have bought a lot of these

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A really nice rotery

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And more rotery's

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And some shiny silverware

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I had to extend my Aquaero from the dispaly.

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Power on, and works fine

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And placed all the new fittings

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straight behind the powercables

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New black rotery's on the EK bridge

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And the pumps connected

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1 tube underneed the radiator bay

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The only thing now is to connect everything togheter and do some more wiring

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But have space enough for this.

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I hope to put the acid green fluid this weekend in, and show you some pics of this

Grtzzz.

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kier    1

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Update: filled it up and cables

Did al the wirring voor the aquaero

And some updates for the firmware and software for the aquaero

The 140mm fan works fine.

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The other fans also

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filling loop 1. No problems

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Tubes on top

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straight to the pump

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The fan is really coming out nice with the uv light

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Because there is a solid tube inside the Tygon tube, there's a lot of air inside

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Uv strips are really nice , and a good effect

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Uv acryl is very nice also

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and filled loop 2

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Beautiful pomps i think

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Looks good with the green acryl under need the ppumps

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And a total shot

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Grtzzz.

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