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Tt Andy, November 9, 2017 in MFC Season 2
And here we go!! Good luck mate!
So here we go on another one
I have to admit it took me a while to come up with some ideas but I'll give it a try
Lets first unpack some awesomeness!
And here we go again.
More parts arrived.
After a lot of brainstorming my whole idea changed for this case.
Going for something more compact then the original with just parts from the original.
A lot of measuring.
And some changes needed
First drilling and sawing can start
Behold ... 13 million splinters
The awesomeness of the splinter post is the best one!
Peter Brands for the win!
Come on...!! You can do it...!!!
From one Peter to another, go for it
cant wait to see overall build
Thanks all! Here we go again
filing and sanding all sharp cuts
And painting them again in same color
Time to figure out the rest
And figuring out the loop
Mounting the GPU to the case
hmmm the loop will go around the GPU
the loop that can loop the loop, so much tubing in there
Mmmmm so much tasty hardware And so many fittings! Can't wait to see what you've come up with Peter !
Also the pumps arrived!
So much measuring, improvising and measuring again.
And back to piping.
What liquid should I use? Clear? White?
Looking good Peter. I'm rather enjoying your build over the others and here is why. You are actually modifying the stock case into a different configuration instead of creating some weird awful monster case that in no way resembles the original P90. Looking forward to seeing the end result. (btw white liquid imo)
Thanks, really appreciated
I have to say, with contests my goal never is to win anything but just create something I would want on (or as) a desk.
I'm actually quite a slow modder because of family and work go first and that I always need things in my hands before I can do anything,
Also because of the contest rules like updating every week AND have it finished by the 22nd of February (incl final photoshoot)
I completely changed my original idea. First idea was to make a benchtable.
So with the limited time for the build and buildlog I went for something any one could actually make without adding extra weird / custom fabricated parts.
Just a drill, grinder and jigsaw. And fun thing is .. even I don't know what the result will be in 9 days. Just go with the flow!
So .. still figuring out how to hide all the cables with this open design
Also decided to re-use the original glas panels, however I will shorten the steel poles from 190mm to 95mm so the glas panels will have a 2mm spacing.
As time is limited and I didn't want to do it by handsaw used the grinder at work.
Best of luck
Good luck Bro may the Force Be With You
Some extra protection for the glass panels.
Like a charm
Still had the panel scews from a previous project and wanted the same look on the top as the front.
Had to re-drill and tap the mounts to M5
At first I had the idea to mount all cables and controllers on the back outside.
Even though we're at a deadline I decided to change it completely and hide all cables inside too.
And while I'm at it .. sleeve the pump cables too.
So had to dismount everything to be able to change the fans and their wiring.
And it's back inside. Now to hide all this.
All fans and RGB connectors hidden, Now just the power cables.
Decided to create some more construction/stability on the bottom of the case in case it ever needs to be shipped. And more cable-hiding possibilities.
Seriously hate these splinters
And there we go, exactly as I wanted it.
Time to fill it up!
Good luck my friend.
Thanks, I will need it haha!
Three days to go, such a tight schedule, always exciting to see if the hardware survived through the 'process'
So happy to see the bios at first boot
Now to install OS and turn off rainbow effects. And then ... hopefully final pics!
Just filling this post to go to next page to save some people from loading times
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