Dun Dunna DUH!!!
Here is what the project should look like when finished!
Cutting starts again inernest...
I havn't been on here for a good while... This is what I'm now running...:
The G1/4" thread is the most common thread type. 90% of all water cooling componets use the G1/4" threads, apart from Thermochill and some EK...
For my next project, yes.
Nothing really done today, bar a little problem.
I first fitted the Coolermaster 700W PSU (with love from Specialtech. Its about 10mm shorter...
I could, but I don't want to :rolleyes:
I spent so damn long working out all of the dimensions using a mATX board, I don't want to have to...
Just about anywhere.
In the US, P-Pc's, Petra's, Jab-Tech etc.
In the UK, Coolercases, Aqua-Pc's, Chilled-PC
Just about any watercooling shop.
Some progess and some issues today:
Firstly, the Feser Fittings, allthough pretty, are HUGE. So big that they mean I've got to re-design the...
Corsair are dead silent.
My boxes arrived, and the DDC fits fine, but I need to give it a little diet to save some space.
And my own personal criptonite.
The date of mantufacture is just after the stepping.
The first chip is 0748 Which is 2007, 48th wee
2nd is 0810 so 10th week of '08.
I'm still waiting for my 'little' bits to arrive, so this is a slight progress report.
Here is what the case 'sort' of looks like at the...
Not much to report bar COD:4 multiplayer.
I've ordered two of these ABS General puropse boxes measureing 85x56x21 and 150x80x46.
The OCZ cooler will work fine with those modules, they work with all RAM as they fit to the end slot where the RAM clipps in. The only RAM they...
Thats what I'm running.
Havn't done much today, I'm still trying to decide on a motherboard but I'll be using my exsisting Leadtek 8800 GT 512Mb graphics card, unless...
It could be ATX, but then it would no longer be a cube.
It would be oblong, but doable.
I think the main issue Is the powersupply and the cabling with cases like these. Most of my time has been spent working out where I can put...
Its AC Ryan sleeving from Special tech, it comes as a PSU sleeving kit.
Nope. I ground myself on a radiator and then work on a wooden table.
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