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  1. Hello I think Alain-S from Belgium, Snef from Canada and Elladan from France will be a good choice
  2. Merci beaucoup lamageek c'est avec plaisir que j'ai réalisé ce mod, et je suis tres content que ça plaise tout autant hello bundymania thanks a lot that's a particular approach on using the watercooling
  3. hello to close the Xray's adventures, here you've a little video >>> Video <<<
  4. this is the last series of photos lights on here also I left the retro-lighting RGB in two parts with a low part and a fairly discreet green lighting enough to give a little dynamics to the background with a white strip leds and the wine cooling ??? we have connected the specific pump to a switch we can modulate the lighting to our liking with the RF control Thanks a lot to Thermaltake and all sponsors for organizing this contest Thank you very much seeing my workblog I hope you like it
  5. okay! that was the main compartment nothing to say on the front side so we are going on the backstage... Wine Cooling !!! here we have several buttons to control one part of lightning these are not real grapes but it is a real vine of vines we can see the cable management on the background the curve takes the path of the wine pouring into the glass
  6. more details on the main compartment with or without lights
  7. lights on RGB or .... white Leds more soft lights on barrels location there are the candle lights we take the shape candles the vinification can be done in all quietude.... I have separated the illumination rgb between the upper part and the lower part of the main compartment overview small wink red light on the radiator frame to bring out the cut the fins of the radiator seem to bathe in the red wine name of the mod with .... the sign of Xray!!!
  8. rear side.... minimalist....
  9. Hardware side without lights I chose to put brushed aluminum panel to look like a modern style wine cellar like this >>> photo <<< Combined with the tempered glass of the side door cooling liquid Thermaltake red color at the origin I added purple dye to darken red This allows to fit to the color of the ATX cable
  10. Hello - "hello! last straight line...." yes! the dead line is coming - "then, I present you our mod! Wine Cooling " based on red wine!!! - "well! not really wine but not so far " good!!! - "I'm starting to stress....." really??? - "yes! serve me a small glass of red wine, please....." - "a little remounting and I attack the presentation....." - "so! I present you our new mod" you already said.... - "ok.... the theme is based about red wine" already said too..... - "ok.... the french touch mod "
  11. hello this morning no photos.... but only this video https://youtu.be/PkbleS3pcEM It is the filling of the "Wine Cooling" and how it works well You can see Xray tasting the wine But is it true wine...... Then I'm finishing the connexion with the Led strips... so! see you soon
  12. hello lamageek merci !!! pour le tubing tu as toujours... enfin pour ma part.... des "essais" pour tomber pile poil au niveau des embouts
  13. hello - "hello! " what are you doing with this tool? - "it is a special glass drill" but I don't understand! we have already cut our bottle - "one of the bottles " one of??? - "yes! we have two bottles on this mod" two!!! - "on this second, we have to drill a hole" - "first, we will stall the bottle so that it does not vibrate" - "then we place the chatterton on the piercing point" necessary? - "well.... not really...." and this modeling clay??? - "it is our little volcano " what??? - "no! in fact it is to contain terebhentine essence" ah.... - "yes, this prevents the glass from heating during drilling" - "we go there quietly and we reach our goal" - "we have our bottle with his little hole " - "here we ripped a little...." we have to admit that it would be better with a drill press - "but we have not this tool ...." - "then, to minimize the risk" we manufacture a plexi guide - "and voilà ! wWe can set up the watercooling fitting" after the bottle we have a glass too!!! - "indeed" - "but not a real glass....." ouch! you risk breaking it by dropping it! - "not really because it is made of PET" - "we take a piece of POM" for? - "to install the glass" - "to ensure the holding of the glass, we fix two screws" more easy drilling the PET - "yes! as much for larger holes" - "the advantage is that we can screw the fitting" - "after reflection we position the fitting lower" luckily we took several of these glasses as regards the sealing??? - "we test it with success!" good - "but for the bottle, we need mastic adhesive" - "and we let dry...." - "we have another surprise!" really? - "yes! the grape comes from the vines" yes.... - "we will take this vine for the mod " - "a small fastener to ensure the top of the vine" - "and we place it on the backstage" I understand why you said that cable management would go to the background - "we worked on the vine to be able to house the bottle" like this - "the glass takes place just below the bottleneck" I move back to get an overview - "while Cuc 'takes care of the tubing, I finish the bridge SLI" - "hard tubing : OK" don't worry, the circuit is independent of the main circuit - "yes! we have a second loop for the hardware watercooling" and we work on the different parts of the tubing.... some cuttings .... - "and some tests ..." before filling and leak test - "see you"
  14. il a fallu que j'aide Xray.... bonjour karusko non pas de compte instagram toutes les photos sont postées ici et dans divers forum
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