Guest awadon, March 9, 2011 in 2011 Case Mod Competition
I've started assembly.
First I wanted to exchange the cooler with the block.
Due to the very unusual mounting holes in the motherboard I had to adjust block. A little welding and we have such a thing:)
Then I unfolded and mounted power supply.
Then I've started pump assembly. I decided convert it a bit and attach a steel extension arm to minimize vibration.
As you can see there isn't so much space in the middle. And that's not all I have to fit in that chamber:)
Do not ask me too, who made a block and a pump. I just had them in my garbage.
Some other changes
I've got the liquid.
I'm mounting bistable switch to be able to turn on and off the plasma balls.
Here is the motherboard, and you can see CD basket.
I've made a cover of the next chamber.
I 'm liking your build so far but for me giving the inside some colour would make it that much more professional.
Keep up the good work
Mounting the connectors.
And I'm slowly doing the final assembly.
Close to the end.
Next stages of installation.
Motherboard along with drives enclosure.
Radiator without the fan.
Practically all 220v electrics madeâ€‹â€‹. All relays plugged. Only fan is missing here.
And this is printed circuit board after painting. In the next design going I'm to perform in this way a large number of elements.
Today one more small update - fans installed.
According to the rules I've choose to use Cooler Master fans
120 fans to both chambers.
And in the arm I've installed 80 fan. It needed just a little edit:) It will also cool the monitor.
Project completed. Pictures are big. And in some cases may look like a half of a picture. Sorry, but you must click "show this picture".
More photos in the gallery:
Positronic Brain Gallery
This build is fantastic, one of the best steampunk I've seen.
I'm really surprised that it has only 2 votes so far:( Maybe because for some reason non of the polish email domains work in voting system
WP, onet, o2 - non of them work when someone votes. I hope you'll get more votes in next 2 weeks, cause its a great project!
great job on this build I am amazed at the finished product. Lovin the brass inlayes
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