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[India] Rakesh Sharma

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UPDATE : 03-Dec-2016

 

Build progress on full speed. Working on finishing the top air flaps. 

LDC controller and micro-controller boards installed working on wiring and connection layout. Hope to finish top panel wiring soon.

 

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UPDATE : 07-Dec-2016

Front analog control panel part done. Everything working fine. RPM meter is displaying fan RPM. Under 5000 RPM meter displays accurate fan RPM, but above that it starts showing higher values of RPM.. some fine tuning in Arduino code will solve the issue.

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UPDATE : 12-Dec-2016

 

Slowly pushing the build towards its completion.  Installing VGA water block on both graphic cards. 

 

Test fitting, everything looks nice so fare.

 

 

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UPDATE : 17-Dec-2016

 

Making of liquid channel plate from sheets of acrylic.  Cutting, drilling and then threading holes for compression fitting installation.

 

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Now water channel is cut out from a 12mm thick acrylic sheet and everything is fused together with acrylic cement and installed inside the case.

 

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UPDATE : 20-Dec-2016

 

At last PETG tubes installation done. It was easy and perfect. 

 

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Yellow transparent side panels cut down to proper dimensions, look great. 

 

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Still cutting marks are visible on side and edges, will be polishing for proper finish.

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UPDATE : 26-Dec-2016

 

Now started adding details to the build. Hand cutting the printouts and applying paint, trying to give some rough look.

 

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UPDATE : 02-Jan-2017

 

Now build is about to finish. Little video of filling the loop with coolant.

 


 

Testing system with Operating System and driver packages installation. Some more final tweaks and system will be ready for gaming action.

 

 

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FINAL UPDATE : 16-JAN-2017

 

After about three months of planning and building, finally my “Huffer†build completed. 

 

For me participating in 2016 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 2 is great honor and making this build was real fun.

 

Like to thanks Thermaltake team, forum members and all of you how showed your interest and appreciation for my build.

 

 


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THANK YOU

 

Regards,

Rakesh Sharma

INDIA 

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